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Is Detoxing Really Necessary?

Posted May 29, 2018

By Dr. Natasha Turner ND   Over 80,000 industrial chemicals have been developed in the past 75 years, including heavy metals, solvents, phthalates, polychlorinated bisphenols and organophosphates. I find this number mind- blowing! Surely the knowledge of this statistic makes Read the full article…

Is Inflammation Making and Keeping You Fat?

Posted May 23, 2018

By Dr. Natasha Turner ND Believe it or not inflammation isn’t just linked to swollen joints – it plays a role in everything from digestive disorders and allergies to autoimmune diseases and abdominal fat. Even more so, the very presence Read the full article…

Top 5 Tips For Your 2018 Spring Cleaning & Metabolic Reset

Posted May 1, 2018

  Why spring clean your body right along with spring cleaning your home, decluttering your space and shaping up your finances? Well, it makes good sense and I suggest that you think of it as a required “metabolic wake-up” after Read the full article…

A Simple Guide To Daily Wellness

Posted February 27, 2018

By Natasha Turner, ND With my patients, I always stress it is not knowledge that ensures good health, but action. Think about it—how many diet or self-help books have you read but never applied the principles to your daily life? Read the full article…

Improve Your Liver Health For Better Weight Loss

Posted January 30, 2018

By Dr. Natasha Turner ND Your liver and your bowels are essential to good health. The largest organ in the body, the liver is roughly the size of a football. It is located on the right side of your abdomen, Read the full article…

Key 3: Dr. Turner ND’s Seven Keys To Great Digestive Health 

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READ KEY 2 HERE KEY 3: Re-establish Your Microbiome (Healthy Bacterial Balance) These days we are constantly bombarded by commercial messages urging us to fight germs and rid ourselves of bacteria. But in the right places and amounts, bacteria are Read the full article…

From Blood Pressure to Belly Fat: Six Warning Signs You Should Know

Posted July 28, 2016

Regardless of your age, it is never too soon or too late to start thinking about prevention of diabetes, heart disease, and strokes. Since most medical conditions develop slowly over a number of years, paying close attention to known risk Read the full article…