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Nutrition

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Bells Palsy

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Newbie here! I hope that all of you are having a great start to 2023. I'm writing this post in hopes of finding any info, resources, or tips for aiding bells palsy recovery. I recently got diagnosed with it... (More)

Dr. Gabrielle FrancisExpert
Naturopathic Doctor, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist

NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS Understanding Supplements and How They Support Health Goals

Nutritional Supplements are products that are manufactured from either food or synthetic sources, which are designed to provide the body with nutrients to promote health and well-being. There are an endless array of Supplements and it is a huge market... (More)

Dr. Gabrielle FrancisExpert
Naturopathic Doctor, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist

GREEN FOODS: Boost the Immunity, Detoxify the Body, Restore Energy and Vitality

Greens are some of the healthiest foods we can eat. Green fruits and vegetables are rich in lutein, isothiocyanates, isoflavones, and vitamin K— which is essential for blood and bone health.

Green vegetables are also rich in FOLATE— a nutrient... (More)

Dr. Gabrielle FrancisExpert
Naturopathic Doctor, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist

YELLOW + ORANGE FOODS: Improve Immune Function, Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease, Promote Eye Health, and More

Orange and Yellow fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamin C and carotenoids, including beta-carotene. Some carotenoids, most notably beta-carotene, convert to vitamin A within the body, which helps promote healthy vision and cell growth.

Citrus fruits, like oranges, contain... (More)