All posts by: Dr. Nicole Sundene

Tell Me What is in your Shopping Cart and I will Tell You What is Wrong with You…

by in American Sickcare System, Discipline, Fruits and Veggies, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink April 16, 2008

My favorite thing to do at the grocery store is people watch. Oftentimes my blatant stares are grossly mis-interpreted when in fact I am simply mesmerized by someone’s cart full of only bacon, yellow cheese, mayo, beer and white bread. “Wow that looks like an eczema fest followed by a heart attack on a plate”, […]

Fish Oil vs Flax Oil? The Great Debate

by in Arthritis, Attention Deficit Disorder, Autoimmune Diseases, Cholesterol, Depression, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Immune Support, Inflammation, Kitchen Sink, Memory, Mercury, Multiple Sclerosis, Omega-3 Oils, Pain Management, Rheumatoid Arthritis April 14, 2008

One of the greatest flaws in the Standard American Diet (SAD) is a lack of omega-3 fatty acids. Repleting this deficiency typically improves memory and mental functioning as well as corrects a gamut of other annoying health problems. The reason for this is that these essential oils are necessary for proper brain functioning, immune function, […]

Whole Foods Diet Resources

by in Recipes March 28, 2008

The key to adopting a Whole Foods Diet is to find one new whole foods recipe to try each week. Over time, and after enough trial and error you should easily have a bunch of healthy recipe ideas in your arsenal. The weekend is a great time to practice a new recipe with your friends […]

How to Detox

by in Allergies, Detox March 26, 2008

Do you need a spring cleaning? Spring is the best time to do a detox. We not only need to clean out the cupboards and the cobwebs in our homes, but our bodies and minds could use a similar sprucing up as well. Think of a detox as the “Spring Break” your body needs to […]