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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.

Junk Food = Chronic Disease

Junk Food = Chronic Disease

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.

Pathogens Can Cause Chronic Disease

Pathogens Can Cause Chronic Disease

This is blog 3 of a series of 13. The second major Cause of chronic disease is pathogens. When it comes to your body there are different levels of pathogens that can produce disease. A pathogen may also be referred to as an infectious agent, a “bug”, or simply a germ....

Three Main Causes Of Chronic Disease

Three Main Causes Of Chronic Disease

When it comes to chronic illness there are 3 main causes you need to understand. The first cause of chronic disease is Toxins. Chemical and heavy metal toxins include substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chlorine, bromine, pesticides, medications, and seed oils (formerly known as vegetable oils).

How To Restore Your Gut Health: Healing The Microbiota

How To Restore Your Gut Health: Healing The Microbiota

Your gut health is intimately connected with the health of your microbiota. Specifically, your gut is the tract that goes all the way from your mouth to your anus. The term “microbiota” refers to all the organisms living in AND on the human body. The microbiota is made up of a large variety of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.

STOP Eating C.R.A.P.

STOP Eating C.R.A.P.

At the Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor, we believe that health starts with food. And since our practice is based on individualized care, your nutritional needs are unique to you.
So, what works for your neighbor, colleague or that health blogger, isn’t necessarily going to work for you. Even what worked for you in the past, might not work for you right now, because your health might have changed since then.

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