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We believe education is the best tool for our patients so that they have a thorough understanding of who we are, how we operate, and how we work with you to heal your body through nutrition and supplements. Read about our current health tips in the blog posts below. If you have any questions please feel free to fill out a form on our site or call the front desk at 734-302-7575.

Restore Your Health From Chronic Disease

Restore Your Health From Chronic Disease

I discovered that having excess lactate in the body is called lactic acidosis and is a sign of chronic illness, the overuse of sugar as fuel, the lack of ketosis (fat burning), dirty blood, hypoxia, loss of energy production, mitochondrial dysfunction (the inability to make energy), inability to utilize oxygen, toxic mold in the body, and liver dysfunction.

Ways To Reduce Toxins In Your Body

Ways To Reduce Toxins In Your Body

When it comes to toxins you need to be aware that they are everywhere and in your body. You need to reduce them. Children are born with over 200 chemicals. Our bodies are always fighting them, but our cells can become overwhelmed or dysfunctional.

Migraine Headaches: A Good Place To Start

Migraine Headaches: A Good Place To Start

I started having debilitating migraine headaches when I was 7 years old. They continued to get worse as the years went on. By the time I was 28, I was having daily headaches and AT LEAST 4 severe migraines a week.

Turn Your Health Around

Turn Your Health Around

There is a global epidemic of toxins, pathogens, and bad diet causing chronic diseases such as diabetes (high insulin), chronic pain, heart disease, cancer, etc.

The 4 Steps to Stop Lactic Acidosis

The 4 Steps to Stop Lactic Acidosis

We are born healthy but throughout our life we get exposed to external factors that harm our health such as toxins and pathogens. Another “external factor” is bad food that we unknowingly or unconsciously consume. Today we'll discuss how to stop lactic acidosis and...

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