UA-43423117-1 2014 June

June 29 2014

Postpartum Depression

Recent studies show that as many as one in five women develop symptoms of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or a combination of these, within one year after giving birth.  Women with postpartum depression experience such intense feelings of sadness, anxiety or fatigue, that they often have trouble functioning and coping with daily tasks. Listen in with hosts Kara Carper and Lea Wetzell to learn how the right nutrition can help moms feel more like themselves again after childbirth, and into the first year of baby’s life.

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June 22 2014

The Cholesterol Myth with special guest Dr. Stephen Sinatra

On this episode we are joined by special guest Dr. Stephen Sinatra. If you have questions about heart health, want to know what your cholesterol numbers mean or what tests you should ask your doctor for, this show is for you. Dr. Sinatra is a board-certified cardiologist and assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He is author of The Great Cholesterol Myth: Reverse Heart Disease Now and his new cookbook, The Great Cholesterol Myth Cookbook. Listen in with hosts Darlene Kvist and Kate Crosby as they talk to Dr. Sinatra and learn more about heart health and cholesterol.

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June 15 2014

Hair Thinning and Loss

Hair is very important to most people and thinning hair can be very stressful. If you are struggling with thinning hair, know that once you get the correct nutrients to support your body chemistry, you will set yourself up for hair growth. We dug into the research and looked at our clinical experience and we have many answers for you if you have thinning hair. Listen in with hosts Darlene Kvist, Katie Vigesaa and JoAnn Ridout.

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June 8 2014

Ask the Nutritionist _ June 7th, 2014

This week Darlene and Brenna answer your nutrition questions. 

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June 1 2014

The Downside of Gluten for the Brain

When you think about a person being gluten sensitive, digestive problems, Crohn’s Disease, GERD, Colitis, or IBS probably come to mind. But did you know that gluten can affect your brain? The good news is that you can reverse many of the symptoms of neurological, psychological and behavioral disorders by just going gluten free. Mood, depression, and focus can change all for the better. Listen in as Darlene Kvist and Cassie Weness teach you how to go gluten free for better brain health.

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