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Everything You Need To Know About SIBO

An abnormal increase in the bacteria found in the small intestines or growth of a particular bacterium that is not normally present in the small intestine. SIBO is also sometimes called blind loop syndrome. SIBO can be the result of other diseases that slow the passage of food and waste products through the digestive tract, creating a breeding ground for bacterial growth. Read More

Arthritis Be Gone!

What if I told you, that your pain doesn’t have to be genetic?Arthritis is defined as painful, inflammation and/or stiffness in joints. The most common type of Arthritis identified is called Osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is most frequency associated with wear and tear of cartilage over time. Read More

The Truth About Leaky Gut

“All disease begins in the gut” said Hippocrates, Father of Modern Medicine. This quote is 2,500 years old! Have we been missing something? Leaky Gut Syndrome: many of us have heard of it. But how many of us really know what it means? Do you? Do you know how it may be affecting you? Do you even know how to identify it? Ok, enough of the interrogation Dr. Cooper The more scholastic name for Leaky Gut Syndrome is Increased Intestinal Permeability. Read More

The Power Of Mushrooms

Growing up as a kid I loved pizza. But, I thought supreme pizzas with all of those gross peppers was utter nonsense To top it off, “they had the nerve to plop a few of those moist-moldy-mushrooms in the mix?” Well, here we are decades late, and Mushrooms have become a must in my household. Mushrooms have been used for their medicinal properties for thousands of years. Mushrooms have been used in Roman, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek and Mexican Cultures. Read More

The Gluten Story

What the heck is gluten? Why is it such a big deal? Is it the cause of my sickness? If you have questions like this, don’t worry you are not alone. Many of us have family members that may be diagnosed with Gluten Sensitivity or Celiac Disease. Well, if you have never heard of it. Gluten is a protein that is naturally found in wheat, barley and rye it’s a compound that actually helps that bread hold together well. Read More

What Foods Fight Fatigue?

Fight Fatigue With These Natural Foods. Is it typical of you to wake up feeling sluggish? Do you find yourself feeling knackered throughout the day? Have you ever considered that your body might be signaling for you to make some dietary changes? Read More

What foods help decrease inflammation, swelling and pain?

Ginger A staple of traditional medicine, this pungent root is probably best known for its anti-nausea, stomach-soothing properties. But ginger can also fight pain, including aching joints from arthritis as well as menstrual cramps. One study found ginger capsules worked as well as over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen at relieving period pain. Read More

The truth about Telehealth and E-visits?

Telehealth and Telemedicine is changing the way we receive, seek out and deliver health care. For many years we have been limited by transportation, time and 4 walls. Telehealth and Telemedicine has given US the ability to seek out great care with more access and convenience. Read More

Guide To True Weight and Fat Loss

We have developed a high in protocol to for your success with Nutrition, Functional Medicine, Telehealth and Holistic Wellness. Weight management is one the most often requested wellness goals, but its also the most often miss understood. Weight management can be affected by my conditions in our bodies and many habits in our lifestyle. Read More

4 Foods To Avoid With Anxiety

Holistic Care and Wellness care are an integral part of Mental Health. Dr. Cooper works with you on an individual basis to improve your functional health without medicine to decrease your Anxiety and Depression. Below are some items that may be making your symptoms worse. Read More

De-Throne Dementia And Alzheimer's

Dethrone Dementia and Alzheimers with Holistic Remedies Read More

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