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Author: Dr. Millie Lytle

What does a Cortisol Level Test Show?

What does a Cortisol Level Test Show?

Photo by Nik Shuliahin on Unsplash Whether your doctor feels its best, or you feel your body is out-of-whack, speaking with your doctor about a cortisol level test is never a bad request. It can tell you a lot about what’s going on in your […]

Nutrigenomics for Prostate Health by Dr. Mille Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

Nutrigenomics for Prostate Health by Dr. Mille Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

The field of nutrigenomics is a subfield of epigenetics. These are big words but their concepts are relatively simple. Epigenetics is the study of the behavior of genetic material (RNA and DNA) through variations in the cellular environment. Epigenetics’ fundamental principle states that the cellular […]

How Antioxidants, Superfoods and their Nutrients Heal Us By Dr. Millie Lytle ND, MPH, CNS

How Antioxidants, Superfoods and their Nutrients Heal Us By Dr. Millie Lytle ND, MPH, CNS

Antioxidants are natural or synthetic substances that may delay, prevent or heal cellular damage by reducing agents that harm cells (called free radicals or reactive oxygen species (ROS)). Antioxidants are naturally found in many plant foods and are also available as complexes or individual nutrients […]

Chocolate Orange Beauty Shake Recipe

Chocolate Orange Beauty Shake Recipe

Try out this great recipe for healthy, youthful skin. Our Chocolate Orange Beauty Smoothie is great for tightening, brightening, and detoxifying your skin, leaving you with a beautiful healthy glow. Use the following products to make a delicious shake that’s great for your skin! CHOCOLATE […]

Low Vision Awareness Month: Protect your Eyes

Low Vision Awareness Month: Protect your Eyes

By Kristen M. Leccese and Dr. Millie Lytle, ND. Good eyesight is one aspect of our health that’s pushed to the side far too often. The ability to see our friends’ faces, breathtaking landscapes, movies, works of art, colors, expressions, and everything else is a […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Fighting Winter Depression

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Fighting Winter Depression

Photo by Jason Blackeye on Unsplash By Kristen M. Leccese and Dr. Millie Lytle, ND Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a specific form of depression that typically begins in the fall and continues throughout the winter months, causing moodiness, appetite changes, decreased energy levels and […]