Sleep, are you getting enough? Part 1

Sleep, are you getting enough? Part 1

Written by Allie Might, FMC, INHC, ATT The subject of sleep always seems to be on everyone’s minds, and with our busy day-to-day lives, it’s no wonder this is such a hot topic. We all know that we need sleep and that it’s important, but 

Joint Anatomy: Intro to Joint Health

Joint Anatomy: Intro to Joint Health

Written by: Claire Arcidiacono, ND For further questions or concerns email me at carcidiacono@invitehealth.com† Understanding the anatomy of joints is the key to understanding joint health. To start with joints can be described as movable or fixed. Fixed joints are those that don’t move. These include 

Summary on Blood Sugar

Summary on Blood Sugar

  Written by: Dr. Claire Arcidiacono, ND For further questions or concerns email me at carcidiacono@invitehealth.com Blood sugar concerns can range from pre-diabetes to full blown diabetes. Even those with healthy blood sugar may want to monitor their blood sugar if they have a family history 

Sweet but not Sugar?

Sweet but not Sugar?

Written by: Claire Arcidiacono, ND For further questions or concerns email me at carcidiacono@invitehealth.com† In our modern world we have many alternatives to sugar. These alternatives include artificial sweeteners and those that are considered natural sweeteners. In this blog I will be going over sugar substitute’s 

ALL ABOUT SUGAR

ALL ABOUT SUGAR

Written by: Dr.Claire Arcidiacono, ND What exactly is sugar? Sugar is what we call sweet- tasting water soluble carbohydrates. Sugar comes in two forms, monosaccharides or “simple sugars” which include glucose, fructose and galactose. Disaccharides or “compound sugars” are made of 2 bonded monosaccharides. For 

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS~ WHEN CONVENTIONAL AND ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES MEET

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS~ WHEN CONVENTIONAL AND ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES MEET

  Written by: Allie Might, FMC, INHC, ATT When one receives a diagnosis of breast cancer, treatments options are always discussed. An oncologist will go over one or more types of treatment based of one’s test results and diagnosis. Let’s go over some of the