DIM is a compound commonly found in cruciferous vegetables– think broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, and more. DIM is a powerhouse anti-inflammatory and has cancer-fighting properties, too. This is all thanks to its ability to support a healthy estrogen balance in the body. Let’s take a look at some of the top health benefits […]
The 24-hour urinalysis interpretation we use at Insight was developed by Dr. Howard F. Loomis, Jr. Typically, urine samples are taken at random times and give your practitioner a very limited view of your life. Dr. Loomis’ urinalysis allows us to look at a 24-hour sample, yielding a significantly more accurate picture of the foods
Thermography is a non-invasive clinical imaging option. Thermographymonitors and gives insight to the overall health of your body. For example, this includes diseases and physical injuries. Using a digital infrared camera, thermography creates a digital “map” of your body’s temperature pattern. This “blueprint” can show abnormalities that may indicate inflammation. Inflammation always precedes disease processes. So can
Why do I hear Young MC when I say “boost mood?” Sing with me now- you want it, you got it, you want it, baby you got it, just boost a mood! Dumb. Is that song in your head now? Ok great. Let’s go: Shifts in mood can be normal. This post takes a look
Today we are going to look at an exciting little supplement called DIM. We are also going to talk about why DIM may be right for you. But first, do you suffer from any of the following?Bloating. Moodiness. Headaches. Abnormal periods. Tender breasts. Weight gain. Endometriosis. PCOS. Fibrocystic breasts. Infertility. Autoimmune issues. Estrogen dominant tumors.