Month: April 2022

Podcast Episode Thirty-Three: Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

The bowel plays a role in almost all of your body’s processes, so what happens when it becomes inflamed? Inflammatory bowel diseases can be uncomfortable and detrimental to your overall health, but luckily, they don’t have to be forever. Many patients can treat both the symptoms and the causes with a combination of lifestyle changes …

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Perimenopause: Looking Forward to Your Wise Woman Years

Menopause is defined as the complete cessation of menstrual cycles, with the average age of onset in the United States at fifty-one. Perimenopause, on the other hand, usually begins several years before menopause but can vary in length from as little as a few months to ten years. Perimenopause is often a physically and emotionally …

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Podcast Episode Thirty-Two: Keeping Up with the Daily Demands of Life

In our modern world, it often seems as if our world and lives are rushing past us. The demands we’re attempting to keep up with can be overwhelming. So you might be wondering, exactly how can I keep up with the demands of everyday life? In this episode, Dr. Carling breaks down the replenishing process …

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Is Breathing Difficult?

Respiratory diseases can be frightening. The top are asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, lung cancer, pneumonia, pleural effusion, cystic fibrosis, bronchitis, bronchiectasis, pulmonary fibrosis, sarcoidosis, and tuberculosis. Not being able to breathe is probably the scariest condition you can have. There are many other diseases that create fear, such as cancer and heart …

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Podcast Episode Thirty-One: Fat & Its Role as an Endocrine Organ

Fat has long been misunderstood in the healthcare industry. For many years, fat has been disregarded and looked at with a negative connotation. New research has led us to learn that fat actually plays a big role in the endocrine system and in our metabolism. In this episode, we’re discussing the vital role that fat …

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Podcast Episode Thirty: Gut Flora & Your Body’s Microbiome

The human body is host to billions of microorganisms, many of which actually help your body function. The most important of these, your gut flora, are responsible for processes like digestion and your immune response. But when this microbiome becomes imbalanced, it can have a serious impact on your health and comfort. In this episode, …

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IBS: Change Your Gut, Change Your Health!

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects between 12-15% of the world’s population. If affects mostly women, and mostly younger than age 50. It is characterized by stomach pain and cramping, gas/bloating, diarrhea or loose stools and/or constipation. Some people alternate between diarrhea and constipation. Other symptoms that are common with the primary symptoms listed above may …

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