A Pathway toward Health without Dead-Ends

If like most people you have made attempts in the past to improve your health only to be let down each time, we want to show you a better way. Whether you struggle from fatigue, weight gain, chronic pain, low sex drive, mood swings, allergies, depression,...
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Don't Hold the (Himalayan) Salt!

Himalayan Rock Salt is highly recommended when you enroll and begin to make changes in the Metabolic Reset Program at Princeton Integrative Health. But what is it and why use it?  Himalayan Rock Salt is said to have been discovered in the 11th century and is...
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10 Ways to Reduce Stress & Balance the Fight or Flight Hormone, Cortisol!

Cortisol controls many functions in our body including blood sugar levels, metabolism, inflammation, immunity, memory, and blood pressure. Many experts refer to it as our internal fight or flight response. When we’re faced with a crisis, cortisol is our first...
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Setting AND Achieving our 2020 Goals – A Simple Guide to Keeping New Years Resolutions

2020 is clearly here and resolutions are rocking or maybe rolling out the door. Likely, your list includes one of the universal resolutions like cleaning up your diet and losing weight, or being kinder and more intentional, or even working out physically....
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The "Stress" of Holiday Food

From guest contributor, Marcia Wolf. I started my week with some solid plans, based on what  I already knew:  I didn’t skip any meals, I ate and drank before I arrived, so I  wasn’t ravenous and eager to aggressively sample everything in sight.  I kept...
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Quiz: How Much Sugar Is Too Much Sugar?

For years, health experts have urged and begged us to consume less sugar. Sadly, their advice is falling on deaf ears. Consider this: In 1700, the average person consumed 1.25 teaspoons of sugar a day. By 1900, that soared to 28 teaspoons daily. And in 2009,...
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Do I Need Functional Medicine Testing?

Both conventional medicine and functional medicine doctors rely on laboratory test results to better understand what is going on inside the body. There are limits, of course, to what these tests reveal. How do you know if you need to take a closer look under...
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What’s Going On in Your Gut. It's Not Always IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is one of those things no one likes to talk about but many seem to experience at some point in their lives. At Princeton Integrative Health, we can’t talk enough about IBS and other gastrointestinal conditions.  We pay very...
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Eat to Nourish Your Body and Your Soul

It's National Nutrition Month, the perfect time to take a look at your relationship with food. Instead of thinking of food choices as what you “should” or “should not” eat, based on the nutrition fad or latest finding of the day, think of food as fuel for...
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Maintain a Healthy Weight for Life

Once again, the $66 billion dollar weight loss industry is ringing in the new year by ringing in the sales made from “resolutioners” looking for the “secret” to weight loss. Yet it’s no secret that fad diets don’t work, and that new year’s resolutions don’t...
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