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Top 5 Tips For 2021 Spring Cleaning & Metabolic Reset

Posted May 1, 2021

Why not spring clean your body right along with spring cleaning your home? It is a required “metabolic wake-up” after transitioning from winter, the season where our metabolism is naturally the slowest. Yes, it’s true, we are physiologically and mentally Read the full article…

Timing Your Walking Workout for Fat Loss

Posted November 19, 2020

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…

The Four Ways Stress Impacts Your Gut Health

Posted April 17, 2018

Our stress response works extremely well when there is an immediate physical stressor, such as a dangerous predator, because we can react and then quickly return to a normal balanced state once we have handled the situation. However, our stress Read the full article…

Heavy toll of stress – from stress to burnout and back again

Posted April 10, 2018

Poor lifestyle choices can contribute to increased cortisol levels, even if you aren’t actively “stressing” about something. Whether the stress is real (like someone stopping suddenly in front of your car) or imagined (such as anxiety for a meeting with Read the full article…

Four Ways To Help Burn More Calories This Spring

Posted March 28, 2018

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…