Too Much Exposure: Everyday Chemicals that Can Harm Kids

September 18, 2019

Here is a great article from Harvard Medical School’s health blog that clearly lists some of the main chemicals that we want our kids to steer clear of, and why. At our office we test children for imbalances that are sometimes caused by too much exposure to these chemicals, that can lead to avoidable health problems. They are often referred to as “endocrine disrupters” because they cause hormonal imbalances in the body.

It is a quick read and worth a look!

In health,

Dr. Gina


Personalized Nutrients Two Month Medical Program

March 13, 2019

RunningNatureEvery body is unique. We all have individual nutrient needs that cannot be met by simply taking a multivitamin along with the latest highly marketed nutritional supplement that we see on social media or on TV.  That is why I am so pleased to share our new program with you.

The “Personalized Nutrient Two Month Medical Program” includes:

1) An initial medical nutrient intake by phone that is specific to searching for nutrient imbalances that are a cause for your symptoms. Together we will discuss your unique goals and the health challenges you may face.

2) Comprehensive blood and urine lab testing and medical interpretation of the lab results.

3) Follow up medical visit by phone to go over all test results.

4) Customized two month supply of your personalized powdered nutrient formulation based on your symptoms assessment and your urine and blood test results.

You will love the results and can finally feel confident knowing you are taking the nutrient supplements that you need and nothing more, and nothing less. This is a balanced approach to treating the underlying nutrient imbalances that can cause so many of our symptoms today.

-Dr. Gina


Glutathione, Detoxification and Neuroinflammation at ICNM 2018 in London

July 12, 2018

It was an honor to speak in London on July 6th E12872F4-E268-44C2-9449-74624369DDCB.jpegat the 2018 International Congress on Naturopathic Medicine on Glutathione, Detoxification and Neuroinflammation. There were 55 countries represented by nearly 600 physician attendees. Great audience, excellent venue. #icnm2018

In health,

Dr. Gina Nick


It is World Thyroid Day

May 25, 2018

Woman thyroid gland controlMay 25th is World Thyroid Day. Thyroid function is central to so many different systems and functions in the body from metabolism, to mood, to inflammation and hormone balance, to immune system function.

Here are some interesting facts that you may not know about thyroid function:

  • Some of the physical signs of low thyroid function (hypothyroidism) are: Puffy physical appearance with swollen face and bags under the eyes, overweight, dry, rough, brittle hair and nails, thinning of the outside third of the eyebrows, and diffuse hair loss.
  • Proper thyroid hormone replacement therapy can be one of the best antidepressants available, bringing energy and an improved mood.
  • Thyroid hormones support detoxification within and in between the over 30 trillion cells in your body.
  • Avoid high protein meals at night if you have low thyroid function as it slows down the conversion of T4 to the active T3 hormone.

When properly balanced and supported, your thyroid gland can help you live a healthier and happier life.  I recommend getting properly tested and treated by a doctor who is skilled in looking beyond the standard blood tests and prescription of T4 and can offer you a broader look at what is happening and how to best treat it.

In health,

Dr. Gina

 


Advanced Approaches in Integrative Neurology

April 19, 2018

AAMP-Scottsdale-header-2Dr. Gina Nick, NMD will be speaking at the upcoming Advanced Applications in Medical Practice conference in Scottsdale, AZ  June 1-3, 2018. She will be speaking on “Glutathione, Detoxification and Neuroinflammation” and “Brain Nutrients and New Medical Technologies for Optimizing Brain Function.” The topic of the conference is Advanced Approaches in Integrative Neurology. Hope to see you there!


Join us Tonight for a Live Continuing Medical Education Webinar with Dr. Gina Nick

March 13, 2018

The effect of nutrition and lifestyle on cognitive processes has long been studied. Dr. Gina will be covering newly described influences of key brain nutrients and lifestyle factors on cognitive function that provide neuronal protection and improve brain metabolism.

The presentation will be delivered live from 6:30 to 8:30 PM Pacific time tonight.

Click below for more information.

http://www.calnd.org/nw19

Hope to “see” you there!


We just had to share!

February 25, 2018

New York City. Manhattan downtown skyline.Dr. Gina just spoke at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium in New York, NY on one of her favorite treatments, the therapeutic use of glutathione for detoxification, immune system support and inflammation. Here’s a quick hello from the show!


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