Sports Nutrition Supplements

Jessica LeeSep 7 2017

Sports Nutrition Supplements These are a few of my favorite things for any athlete! Electrolyte/Energy formula This is an excellent electrolyte formula. Use one scoop in water before, during and after a hot day of working out or playing your favorite sport. Ubiquinol or CoQ10 CoQ10 is known for its amazing health benefits for the heart. I love this product for sports because it can increase energy in all muscles (not just the heart!). Chew one before a tennis match or that half marathon. Ribo-CarniClear This amazing formula provides both energy and calm. I love it before and during a tennis match to help increase focus and energy, while balancing that with calming the nerves. Mix one teaspoon in water. Helping to maintain calm and focus can help nearly every sport. Homeopathic Arnica Montana 200C I have this in my tennis bag, bike pack and in the house – it is amazing for acute injury or trauma. The key is to take it as soon after an injury as possible. You can just dissolve a few pellets under your tongue, every hour or two, after an ankle sprain or any other injury. CurcuPlex-95 You have probably heard about Turmeric and its amazing anti-inflammatory properties. This is a very readily absorbed form that I used often for heart health, as well as pain and inflammation of any type. (It is also amazing at preventing hangovers. Take two before the consumption of alcohol begins.) For regular use, take one capsule twice/day.

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Fun Fall Cleanse

Sara ThyrSep 16 2016

Come join us for our Fall Cleanse! RSVP soon, as space is limited!!

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Mandatory Vaccinations and the Personal Belief Exemption

Sara ThyrNov 18 2015

What parents need to know about the new rules for vaccinating children in California.

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The Bleach Paradox

Sara ThyrJul 1 2015

Study links domestic use of bleach with infections in children

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Heart-health Benefits of Peanuts

Sara ThyrMay 1 2015

Study finds that peanuts offer the same heart-healthy benefit as tree nuts

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Plant a Tree, Ditch the Antidepressants?

Sara ThyrApr 1 2015

Study shows inverse association between density of London street trees and rates of antidepressant prescription

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Lavender Oil for Anxiety and Depression

Sara ThyrFeb 1 2013

Review of the literature on the safety and efficacy of lavender

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Fall Liver Cleanse

Sara ThyrSep 27 2012

Join Dr. Thyr for a fun, informative liver cleanse.

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Top 10 Tips to Stay Well this Winter

Sara ThyrDec 6 2011

With the barrage of stress and everyone around us sick - we need to do everything possible to stay well. Here are my favorite tips.

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Hibiscus, Hawthorn, and the Heart

Sara ThyrJul 1 2011

Hawthorn and Hibiscus have a long history of use in traditional botanical medicine in many parts of the world for their multiple health effects, but especially in relation to cardiovascular disorders.

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Pesticides linked to ADD/ADHD

Sara ThyrJun 18 2010

Millions of children are diagnosed each year with ADD and ADHD. A recent report shows a link between pesticides and kids with ADD/ADHD.

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Is a Health Savings Account (HSA) right for you?

Sara ThyrDec 18 2008

Are you tired of high health insurance premiums for plans that then don't cover the health care you want? Consider an health savings acocunt.

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Herb of the Month: Fennel

Sara ThyrOct 1 2008

This common herb safely (and tastily) treats gas and diarrhea.

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Alternative Action for Cold and Flu Season

Sara ThyrAug 27 2008

Stay healthy this fall and winter by bolstering your immune system and having natural therapies in your medicine cabinet.

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Detox Time!

Sara ThyrJan 14 2008

The holidays and all of their gatherings, calories and less-than-optimal choices are behind us. Are you ready for a fresh start? This is a terrific time to start a detox.

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Example Detox Food & Supplement Schedule

Sara ThyrJan 14 2008

This gives you an idea of what a day-in-the-life might be like on the detox. Exact times do not have to be followed.

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Herb of the Month: Comfrey

Sara ThyrJan 14 2008

Comfrey is everything I aspire to be – gentle, soothing, steadfast, hearty, beautiful and amazingly strong and effective. I have been growing comfrey in my garden for many years now. My first plant came from a local midwife after we’d discussed using it on a boil that my husband had. That first plant has been moved, split, shared, harvested and now dons several areas in my garden. Not to mention the gardens of many of my friends and patients. It’s the first to pop up in the spring and the last to look lovely in the fall.

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Healthy Travels Make Happy Travels

Sara ThyrDec 18 2007

Regardless of where your travels take you, preparing well and staying healthy make any trip more fun.

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Five Nutrients All Athletes Should Be Taking

Sara ThyrNov 6 2007

No matter your sport, you will be most successful if your body has all it needs.

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Are You on the Restless Leg Rollercoaster?

Sara ThyrOct 29 2007

Millions of people are affected by RLS. Learn what you can do naturally to alleviate suffering.

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In the News: Zelnorm Recalled

Sara ThyrApr 25 2007

Conventional medicine used this medication frequently for IBS. Naturopathic medicine may help you find and treat the cause of digestive disorders.

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Let your food be your medicine

Sara ThyrApr 25 2007

Honey has a long history in healing. Read about how it can help with spring allergies and other ailments.

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Beat Sinus Congestion

Sara ThyrMar 17 2007

Use these simple tools to help rid yourself of the winter sinus congestion that hangs on after that bad cold. See your healthcare provider if these simple tools are not enough.

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Immune System Boosts for Children

Sara ThyrOct 23 2006

Back to school time generally means that the kids will be bringing home the latest cold germs along with their latest homework assignment. Fall is a busy time for everyone, and getting back into the rhythm of school and finding balance in life is important for the whole family.

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Genetically Modified Foods: A food supply disaster

Sara ThyrSep 11 2006

Genetically modified (GM) foods are not legal in the UK. Seed companies in the US have lobbied and pushed hard to sell farmers the seeds that they have developed, presumably to make crops easier to care for – such as “Round-Up Ready Soy Beans” - the whole field can be sprayed with Round-Up and the soybeans will live while all of the weeds will die off. The problem is that our bodies are not built to handle these genetically modified foods.

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