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Boost Your Walking Session Intensity for Fat-burning

Posted November 19, 2020

If you can’t walk 60 min like described in the previous post use these tips to up the intensity Add hills (steps if no hills nearby) or intervals to your walks to increase the intensity and calorie burn. After a Read the full article…

Timing Your Walking Workout for Fat Loss

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Walking versus running helps to burn fat, does not cause stress on the thyroid and does not spike cortisol like routinely completing a 30 to 45 minute run/jog would. Think of this –  it’s best to stick to long, low Read the full article…

Dr. Turner ND’s Seven Step Action Plan To Prevent Weight Gain & Thrive Over The Holidays

Posted November 28, 2018

Weight gain numbers show that an average of only one to two pounds is accumulated each year during the holidays. While this does not sound like much, most will not lose these few pounds, and the reality is that it’s Read the full article…

To fast or not to fast? That is the question.

Posted August 5, 2018

By. Dr. Natasha Turner ND How ever you feel about the “hanger” or potential stress of fasting, it’s hard to ignore the documented benefits of this recent and latest dietary rage. There is a lot of discussion about the benefits Read the full article…

Eat Less and Exercise more for Weight Loss? Never Again!

Posted June 13, 2018

By: Dr. Natasha Turner ND According to the latest research, about 96 percent of people tend to gain weight back—plus more— with the typical approach of cutting calories/exercising more. Clearly, this does not work and only leads to future weight gain, Read the full article…

Four Ways To Help Burn More Calories This Spring

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With Spring officially here (at least according to the calendar if not yet the weather), there’s a certain level of excitement to ditch the Winter clothing and get your mojo going for the season. Here are four sure-fire ways to Read the full article…

Craving Carbs, Feeling Tired, Having Anxiety or Feeling Depressed? Dr. Turner ND has some solutions for teens, young adults and adults.

Posted March 12, 2018

By Dr. Natasha Turner ND Recognizing depression is the first necessary step to recovery. The symptoms, however, may vary and be experienced repeatedly over a few days, weeks, or months at a time, including: changing sleep patterns–oversleeping or insomnia early Read the full article…