Chia Pudding

Photo Courtesy of Leaves of Life 1 cup milk (coconut, hemp, almond, etc, or pea protein milk to boost protein content) 1/2 tsp vanilla 1-3 tsp honey, maple or agave syrup 3 tbsp chia seeds Blend first 3 ingredients, then stir in chia seeds and allow to sit overnight. Top with berries and enjoy!  

Thai Massage

What is Thai Massage? Thai Massage is an ancient form of massage that dates back 2,500 years ago by Buddhist Monks in Thailand. Also known as “Thai Yoga Massage”. Passive stretching and gentle pressure is used along the body’s energy lines to increase flexibility, relieve muscle and joint tension, and balance the body’s energy systems. […]

The Amazing Benefits of Abdominal Massage

Abdominal massage can help pain relief, stress relief, and overall improvement of the digestive tract. It promotes metabolic and digestive functions. By increasing stimulation to blood flow to your abdominal region and intestines, you can keep your digestive system efficient. Benefits Include: Constipation Bloating Weight Loss/Toning Menstrual Cramps/Pain Fertility Menopausal Symptoms Aligning the Uterus Improved […]

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is an ancient medical treatment; its Chinese roots date back to 300 or 400 A.D. Egyptian and Middle Eastern cultures also have ancient records of the practice. Cupping is still regularly used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in Chinese hospitals and elsewhere. Suction cups of varying sizes are attached to the body, and the […]

Taking Stock on Bone Broth

Bone broth is a good source of glutamine, the amino acid that is most required in maintaining a healthy GI lining. The gelatin found in bone broth is a hydrophilic colloid that attracts and holds liquids, including digestive juices, which will support proper digestion. This helps heal and seal the gut, promoting a healthier GI […]

The Road to Health is Paved with Good Intestines

We’re all a collection of cells…cells that group together by specialty to form organs and tissues….cells that have the same basic needs for survival and optimal functioning we all have as living beings: constant supply of nutrients, water and oxygen, constant waste removal, and homeostasis…not too hot, not too cold, not too wet, not too […]

Nutty Cacao Bars Recipe

1 cup nut butter (almond, sunflower, cashew, etc) ¼ cup raw honey (or less and add some stevia to taste) 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/8 teaspoon sea salt 1 – 1½ cups puffed brown rice crisps Find this at Whole Foods 4 scoops Bone Broth Protein or Bone Broth Collagen (Pure, chocolate or vanilla flavor) ½ cup […]

Meet Brittany Baumgartner

I was introduced to natural healing in 2002 while acting as a caregiver for my mother during her 11 year battle with cancer.  Alternative medicine helped ease her symptoms, and I personally found it very beneficial for disease prevention and overall wellness. This led to my interest in pursuing a career in the field.  In 2005, I graduated from the […]

Meet Joanne Corroto

Since graduating from Capital University in 1978, I’ve worked in many different settings as a nurse.  As a result of my varied experience, I’ve learned to “think outside the box” and help patients navigate the medical system by being their advocate.  I continue to be amazed at the body’s resilience and ability to heal.  I’ve […]

Meet Bob Wood

  After graduating from the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy in 1967, I entered the specialty of community retail pharmacy. I spent 30 years in that discipline until I noticed a shift in retail pharmacy that resulted in my job becoming very stressful.   I decided to make a change when I discovered compounding pharmacy.  […]