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Dr. Lorinda Sorensen started studying natural medicine because of her strong desire to understand the beauty of nature and plants. She began by studying herbs, eventually going to Bastyr University, where she received both a doctor of Naturopathic medicine (ND), and a Master’s of Science in Acupuncture (MSA). Dr. Sorensen has had a private practice in Omaha, Nebraska, and she regularly voluntee...

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I have Crohns disease but I am actually overweight and want to lose about 30 pounds.
My first thought for you would be to do a food allergy test. It will help you eliminate the foods that irritate you and cause inflammation, and will help you with weight issues as well....

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Category: Weight Loss
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Foods that can help reduce weight after 40
You may want to try consulting with an endocrinologist. This is the type of doctor that would diagnose a problem with your hormonal system. I think it would be worth while to rule out any type of thyroid problem because these are the most reasons why people will experience changes in their metabolism. ...

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Category: Weight Loss
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Good day doc, Thank you for all you do to help the public…. Q: 51 year old healthy male, on Benicar for blood pressure…I feel yuck on this stuff, my MD is aware of my plan…I am going to try Celery Seed…In your opinion, when is the best time to take it, between meals or with meals, how much, 75 or 150 mg, best brand in your opinion,?……thanks so much…

Celery seed has long history of medicinal use for a variety of health complaints including gout, arthritis and high blood pressure.  It contains a multitude of compounds that affect inflammatory processes in the body as well as other regulatory functions.

Apigenin is a compound contained in celery seed that is thought to contribute to its beneficial effects on blood pressure.  It ...


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Category: Heart/Cardio
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