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  • Posted By:

    Sheila Beades

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    Integrative Cancer Support

Capturing the attention of scientists and traditional healers alike, the unassuming coriolus mushroom has a distinctive fan-shaped cap with vibrant rings reminiscent of a turkey’s tail feathers. In fact, it is often called the turkey tail mushroom. Nestled within the heart of forests around the world, several cultures have harnessed the therapeutic potential of these mushrooms and modern science has shed light on their remarkable properties. Em...
NatureMed Clinic and Dr. Kelly Parcell are excited to announce a specialized upcoming program. The Vital Female virtual sessions will focus on women's health topics such as nutrition, sleep, bone and heart health, hormones, and more. Program: Vital Female Duration: 8-week intensive program. 90 minute weekly sessions. Sessions are recorded for participants. Platform: Virtual, Zoom Dates: August 22 to October 10 Days: Tuesdays, 5:30p...
There is burgeoning evidence that gut health and the microbiome have direct links to artery disease. Arterial disease is the main way we develop cardiovascular problems. When arterial plaque develops it can cause either a stroke or heart attack when it ruptures. The plaque may also become so extensive that it completely blocks the artery over time. Additionally, arterial disease in the brain is a common cause of dementia. SIBO and Its Associatio...
  • Posted By:

    Steve Parcell

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    Detoxification

Recently, I have been fielding a lot of questions about heavy metals in chocolate (often referred to as heavy toxins). Food safety can be a depressing topic. Rice has arsenic, most fish contain mercury (some more than others), shrimp have arsenic, leafy greens take up cadmium from the soil, about 30% of the tap water in the US contains lead, and many foods are contaminated with pesticides, molds, and other heavy metals. As many of you have heard,...
  • Posted By:

    Kelly Parcell

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    Intravenous Therapy

Intravenous (IV) therapy is when a substance or drug is administered to a patient directly into the vein. Over the last 15 years, it has become very clear that IV treatments can help improve cold/flu symptoms, recovery, hangovers, and fatigue. Some intravenous treatments are approved by the FDA for the treatment of conditions such as heavy metal poisoning, dehydration, and nutritional deficiency. The benefits of IV therapy include: Nutrie...