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August 2015


Dr. Vicki S Blumberg and Steve Arndt

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April 2015


Most people aren’t thinking of ticks and Lyme disease this early in the spring, especially with the snow melting just weeks ago, but because of the life cycle of ticks, transmission of Lyme disease is actually highest in the months of April and October. In April, transmission is possible by the tiny and sometimes translucent nymph form of ticks that are much harder to see and even smaller than the adult deer tick (which is smaller than the period at the end of this sentence). In addition to Lyme disease, there are a myriad of co infections that can be transmitted by ticks including Mycoplasma, Bartonella, Babesia, Ehrlichia, and Anaplasma to name a few.

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March 2015


By: Dr. Myriah Hinchey 

Diets don’t work long term! Most people have gone on a diet and have been successful losing weight but end up putting it back on, while many other people put back on more weight than they originally lost. WHY? The main reason is that diets are meant to be short term and are not sustainable for an entire lifetime. “Dieting” usually means you are restricting something: calories, fat, carbs, nutrients–something. Restriction is not sustainable. When your body and mind feel deprived it is just a matter of time before you fall off the wagon and give in to the insatiable appetite resulting from all the nutrient deprivation; and thus the fat piles back on. Another reason is that your body actually needs specific nutrients to run all of its biochemical reactions including fat burning. When you deprive or restrict your body of certain nutrients these reactions cannot occur and your body thinks you are starving so it holds onto fat. Lastly, dieting often results in a loss of muscle which decreases your metabolism and your body’s ability to effectively burn fat so when the regular diet is resumed the same amount of food previously eaten results in more fat production. The bottom line is that dieting is not part of a healthy lifestyle! However, numerous people live a lifestyle of yo-yo dieting that often leaves them frustrated and feeling like a failure.

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