Toxins = Oxidative Stress = Inflammation

Every day toxic stressors bombard your body. These toxic stressors create what is called free radicals. Free radicals attack the cells of your body damaging them, which leads to a chronic inflammatory state. Toxins = oxidative stress = inflammation. Environmental toxins· Pollution, chemicals, radiation, molds The water we drink, the air we breathe Toxins in…

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How Do You Know if Your Multivitamin is Working? Take the Nutritional Lie Detector Test Today…

The American Medical Association recommends that ALL adults take a multivitamin! But, how do you know if you really need to use supplements? Furthermore, how do you know if what you are taking is working? In today’s world with our busy lifestyles supplementation is essential for us to nutritionally fill the gaps in what we…

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How do you figure out the difference between a Dietitian and a Nutritionist…and other facts about AID’s own Allison Tepper, RD

In case you missed it on Facebook live here is the replay of when Allison sat down with me for our always fun and exciting Hot Seat Segment:       What conditions do you work with as a Dietitian?   I have experience working with all types of client needs including weight gain, weight…

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5 Realistic Ways To Stay Active & Healthy, Even When Life Feels ‘Too Busy’

A few weeks back some of our patients were chatting in the waiting room in our clinic while enjoying a cup of coffee, and the conversation was all about wanting to get fitter, but why sometimes it’s so hard to stay in shape. They all agreed that they knew they needed to exercise, sleep more,…

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5 Snacks to Throw in Your Bag When You Are on the Go

Andrew: Hey there, it’s Andrew Dombek from AID Physical Performance Therapy. I’ve got a guest with me today, Angela Mari of GoodLife Nutrition. Angela: Hi, guys. Andrew: And she’s here to help me answer one of the questions that we get from a lot of our patients who happen to be moms. There’s a lot…

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How To Set a PR In The Kitchen

A runner’s or triathlete’s nutrition is often the limiting factor stopping them from shaving 10 to 20 seconds from their minute per mile speed or overcoming a distance plateau. BY IMPROVING your nutrition profile—including proteins, healthy fats, good carbs—you will see noticeable changes in your energy, recovery capacities, general health, and your performance. Focusing on…

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5 Ways To Eat Healthier At Any Restaurant And Stick To Your Healthy Habits

 Christmas and New Year’s Eve now seem far behind us. The Turkey’s been eaten,  the last few Celebrations have been demolished and we’re we well into tackling the next festive ritual – a New Year health kick. And if like many people you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to shift a few pounds, or simply…

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