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Fasting: How Consuming Less Can Add More To Your Health Cliff Syner, PA-C

Fasting: How Consuming Less Can Add More To Your Health

Are you interested in fasting but aren’t sure where to start? Fasting can help reduce inflammation levels in your body and lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels. In fact, fasting is an excellent option for helping you reach a new level of health. The problem is there is a lot of misinformation out there, and approaching fasting without a clinician guiding you along the way can be dangerous.
The Brain, the Thyroid, and Fire Alarms: Understanding and Optimizing Metabolism

The Brain, the Thyroid, and Fire Alarms: Understanding and Optimizing Metabolism

With hypothyroidism, you often have to deal with the fatigue that doesn't seem to go away after a good night's sleep. You may also experience hair thinning, daily headaches, or sugar cravings. These are all symptoms of an underactive thyroid, and they can make your life miserable. But did you know you can improve these issues by optimizing your metabolism?

The Art of Creating Health

The job of an MD is to ask (and answer) the questions, "What diagnosis does this person have?" and "What is the appropriate treatment?" These are important questions and have guided medical care for a long time.

Struggling With Chronic Fatigue and Pain Syndrome?

Are You Struggling With Chronic Fatigue and Pain Syndrome? Do you have chronic pain and fatigue? If you do, you are not alone! Chronic pain and fatigue are two common symptoms of many chronic illnesses.

How to Create Health

For over 20 years, from Vanderbilt to Mayo to MaxWell Clinic, Dr. David Haase has been passionately pursuing the question "How Do We Create Health?" When going on a trip you are wise to have an accurate MAP and your health journey is no different! This webinar will help you learn how to discern what is likely to work from what is likely to harm and better self-direct your health.

During Shorter Days, Stock Up on your Vitamin D!

Winter solstice (December 21st) is right around the corner, which means our days are getting shorter and shorter. While winter gives plants a time to conserve their energy for new growth in the spring, the lack of sunlight can affect your body’s health.

5 Recipes for a Healthy Thanksgiving

Two words often come to mind in November: Thankful AND Healthy. And this month’s Feeding MaxWell Challenge will show you how to combine both!

Meals to Improve Mental Health

Most Americans are in the habit of consuming fried food, prepackaged meals, and sugary beverages. Unfortunately, these foods are highly processed, pro-inflammatory, and put you at a higher risk for developing mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Therapeutic Foods to Energize You!

Let your diet fuel you up to stay energized all day long!   Life can be hectic with kids back in school, or at least back to on-line school in 2020. All the activities that come with school or getting…

How to Repay Your Sleep Debt

THE BAD NEWS: “If healthy young men are restricted to 4 hours of sleep for 6 nights instead of their usual 8, they build up 24 hours of ‘Sleep Debt’. With this buildup in ‘Sleep Debt’, their metabolism becomes prematurely…