lifestyle changes, adaptacin, adrenal, stress 

Lifestyle Changes Eased with Adaptacin™ – Insights by Kelly Engelmann, CFNP

Posted Kelly Engelmann, CFNP Blog

During this interview, Kelly Engelmann, CFNP, shares how she uses Adaptacin™ in her practice to buffer stress and improve compliance with lifestyle changes necessary for patient health.* She also discusses the benefits of Adaptacin during perimenopause.* Kelly Engelmann is a Family Nurse Practitioner certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, The Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative […]

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Dr. Norling’s Insight into Procite-D and Low Dopamine

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

During this interview, Dr. Sharon Norling, a well-known and highly-respected functional medicine doctor, shares her experience with Sanseco’s targeted nutritional formula, Procite-D™ and low dopamine. Dr. Norling is board-certified in OB/GYN, and has a deep interest in integrative medicine and medical acupuncture. Throughout her life, she has worn many hats in the medical world. She […]

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Procite-D, dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine 

Procite-D: An Effective Natural Support for Energy and Mood

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

What is Procite-D? Procite-D is one of Sanesco’s Targeted Nutritional Therapy™ (TNT) supplements. A product to support excitatory processes in the nervous system, Procite-D works by helping your body make chemical messengers (also called neurotransmitters) such as dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine by providing the necessary raw materials which are building blocks for these neurochemicals.* Low […]

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Contegra, thyroid, adrenal, dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, Suntheanine, Stress 

Your “Desert Island” Go-To Stress Solution

Posted Connie Shoemaker, ND Blog

Imagine yourself stranded on an island. You are likely experiencing lots of stress, leaving you feeling “wired and tired.” Where are you? How will you find food and water? How will you find shelter? Will you need to build it? “What was that noise in the bushes?” Is a predator lingering around the corner, looking […]

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A Natural Sleep Aid for “Sleep-Life” Balance

Posted Connie Shoemaker, ND Blog

Sleep-life balance is key to work-life balance, and a natural sleep aid may be necessary to get it. What is sleep-life balance? While technically a made-up term, it refers to the importance of a good night’s sleep for all aspects of life.  More than 65% of American adults think sleep plays an important role in […]

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The Top 4 Things to Look for When Buying Nutritional Supplements

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

Americans are becoming aware of deficiencies in their natural systems, whether those deficiencies are low amino acids, vitamins, minerals, or fatty acids. It is very easy to become overwhelmed while trying to keep track of all the nutrients you need. Supplements may be a great way to address this problem. They are simple to take, […]

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ADD/ADHD, ADD, ADHD, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder 

Mucuna Pruriens in ADD/ADHD

Posted Bradley Bongiovanni, ND Blog

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is one of the most common childhood-onset psychiatric disorders. It is distinguished by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADD/ADHD may be accompanied by learning disabilities, depression, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. The disorder itself may have several different causes, including elevated lead levels, abnormal thyroid function, morphologic brain differences and EEG patterns, […]

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adaptacin, sanesco, supplement, adrenal support 

Adaptacin™: Clinical Pearls from Nurse Practitioner, Kelly Engelmann

Posted Kelly Engelmann, CFNP Blog

I love Adaptacin™ and I am excited to share with you how I utilize it in my clinical practice. While there are many products that provide adrenal support available on the market, and I use many of them, I prefer Adaptacin™ because it is so effective.  I have seen superior outcomes with symptom reduction and […]

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Mold Biotoxin’s Effect on Neurotransmitters

Posted Diane Parks, NP Blog

Introduction: Biotoxins Indoor toxic molds are an insidious consequence of any water damage to a building whether past or present and are causing significant health issues regardless of age or geographic location.  The “gases” produced by these molds build up in homes rendered air tight by building practices to reduce heat and air costs as […]

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SAMe supplement 

SAMe: Ingredient Overview & Clinical Value of Supplementation

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe) is a compound found in every cell of the human body.[1] It was discovered in 1952 and has since been researched as a potential supplement for alleviation of depression.[2] Early studies conducted on the efficacy of SAMe may have been limited by the rapid degradation of some SAMe formulations.[3] Newer formulations of […]

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