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On April 16th, 2014 by Lynn Morales

How are you Aiding Diabetes?

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How are you Aiding Diabetes?

Eating wheat and lack of exercise!

Diabetes is a man-made disease and it can be man-cured.  The cause of the disease is eating processed foods loaded with wheat, sugar and corn syrup and avoiding exercise.

To eliminate blood sugar problems, all you need to do is eat only real foods with lots of protein, avoid wheat and sugar and exercise!  That’s it!

Take this test.  If you are diabetic, you know your average blood sugar fluctuates.  Stop all wheat and any food with wheat in it (read the labels carefully). At the same time start exercising your muscles – hard, with a slow burn which is weight lifting.  After one month, compare your blood sugar readings with previous readings.  If you have not cheated, you will be amazed. Have your blood tested after a month on this regimen.  Now compare your blood glucose readings, your triglycerides and even your HDL/LDL ratio from past months.

Nothing pushes up blood sugar and keeps your blood sugar high longer than wheat.  Need more evidence, watch your sugar drop within hours after a slow burn exercise session.  Muscular exercise is the only time the body takes sugar out of the blood and into the muscles without insulin.  That defines the cure for Type II Diabetes.  The key is exercising muscles very slowly and to complete exhaustion.

A diet of processed-foods with lots of wheat slowly induces insulin resistance (also known as Type II Diabetes).  For three to six month you need to supplement with Vitamin B complex, chromium and other nutrients that make up what is known as glucose tolerance factor to normalize insulin sensitivity. Combine that with better diet and exercise over time and this will produce dramatic results in your blood sugar. The following are recommended products from Standard Process Cataplex GTF (1-2/meal), Diaplex (2-3/meal) and mineral supplement Min-Tran (2-3/meal).  Contact me today for your order.


On July 4th, 2013 by Lynn Morales

Good Digestion isn’t as Easy as it Sounds

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Good Digestion isn’t as Easy as it Sounds 

Healthy Digestion

By: Lynn Morales, ND

I am not going to tell you that having good digestion is easy, because it isn’t.   There are many factors that work against proper digestion and as the days go by I see more and more odds working against the average digestive system.  There is a really good chance that some of the factors I am about to tell you about are secrets hidden in your daily routine.

 If your routine is anything like the average American, you probably are doing good just to get your job done daily and feed yourself and your family before you retire and go to bed.  I often find that by bedtime I am asking, “Where did my day go?”  I often joke with one of my naturopath friends regarding the 96 things we have to do in a day to keep all systems working and stress free.  Let’s not talk about the stress the list of getting the 96 things in is causing.

 Is this your day?

Are you one that is sitting at your desk most of the day or in your vehicle.  You may finally find time to eat, but it often has to be a fast meal often standing and/or eating on the run.  Throughout the day you forget to drink water.  As you start to feel mentally tired, do you reach for a sugar fix of a soda, candy bar or cookie?  The sugar may have lowered your immune system and you eventually get sick and had to take antibiotics.  Or maybe later in the day, the sugar crash hit and your energy dropped and the thought of walking for the evening was overwhelming.

If this is your day, there is a really good chance your digestion is off.  If you are not eliminating multiple times a day or you find burping, belching and passing gas are a regular part of your day, learn from these tips.

 Tips for Improving Digestion

To put it simply, don’t do what I mentioned in the paragraph above.

  1. Stop sitting so much.  Walk to the printer, fax machine or breakroom.  Taking just 1,200 steps a day will move the contents of your intestines in an amazing way.

  2. Drink more water.  I know you are thinking it couldn’t be this simple.  Yes, it is.  How much water do you need?

  3. Eat nuts when you need energy or other sources of protein.  Avoid the urge to have high doses of sugar like candy and soft drinks.

  4. Stop eating processed foods which is basically anything in a package.  Add in more whole foods like vegetables, fruits, eggs and nuts.

  5. Take probiotics  if antibiotics are necessary because your immune system is deficient.

Don’t beat yourself up if this does describe your average day, but know that you can do basic steps to change these and improve your overall health outlook.  It is possible that additional guidance may be needed for your unique digestive issues, but the steps above are a great start.  If you find more assistance is needed, contact me about our new digestive cleanse.  See the difference that just ten days can make in your digestive health.

On June 4th, 2013 by Lynn Morales

To Cleanse or Not to Cleanse? That is the Question.

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Don’t you love how our modern medicine seems to take us full circle with recommendations?  How many of you remember the day they told us not to eat chocolate and now it is wonderful for us?  Or, remember when coffee was horrible and now it is back on the good list?

I know that you have probably read articles that claim that cleansing should be done often and you have probably found research that indicates that all cleanses are bad for you.  I would say that both sides have valid arguments.  The key to this question is what is best for you as an individual?  What is right for your family member or friend may NOT be right for you.

In general, cleansing is a very good idea. In addition, summertime is the absolute best time for trying it. If you can answer yes to any of these questions below, then I would say a cleanse program is something you should consider.

  • Are you exposed to diesel fumes, exhaust fumes, or gasoline?
  • Are you exposed to nail polish, perfume, hairspray, or other cosmetics?
  • Are chemicals used in your home cleaning products:  bleach, furniture polish, floor wax, window cleaners?
  • Do you get your home treated with pesticides?
  • Are you a dentist, painter, farm worker or construction worker?
  • Have you noticed a change in your health since you moved into your new home, apartment, or new office building?
  • Are you exposed to dust, tobacco smoke, varnish, overstuffed furniture, mothballs, and incense in your home or office?
  • Do you eat processed foods: breads, pastas, baked goods, margarine, fried foods, etc.?

While this is just a small list of items, if you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it might be a good idea to consider a cleanse program. Let me caution you.  Do not just go buy any cleanse off the shelf.  It is important that you work with a trained health practitioner that can guide you through a cleanse program and help you avoid problems that a cleanse program may contribute to your overall health.

You got it, a cleanse program may not be right for everyone!  Why is that you might be asking?  The reason is that some people may not have the proper detoxification pathways cleared to allow their body to dump the toxins that a cleanse program may produce.  This might cause someone to feel worse on a cleanse program than they did before they started.

This does not mean a cleanse program is a bad thing, it just means it is well worth it to have a cleanse program unique for your special health needs.  The following cleanses are available to cover the most general issues facing our populations today.

Complete the form at the bottom of the cleanse descriptions to obtain more information on which cleanse may be right for you.  Also, be sure to check out our featured cleanse specials on my Homepage at

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