Dr. Gorman was trying out some FLT friendly recipes and came across this tasty and easy to make recipe flourless pumpkin brownies.
It is always best to follow a recipe pretty precisely the first time you make it to see how you like it. After that, make adjustments that are more suited to your tastes.
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Beginning June 17th, Revolution Health Medical Center will be closed on Mondays for the summer. We will re-open on Mondays beginning September 11th.
We will be open Tuesday thru Saturday. Patients can schedule with our doctors and licensed massage therapists thru the patient portal or by calling (602)265-1774 during business hours.
Our office will also be closed on the following days:
Tuesday: July 4th
Tuesday: September 5th
WASHINGTON — Around the world people are celebrating June as Men’s Health Month. Monday, June 13 is also the start of Men’s Health Week, a special awareness period recognized by Congress, which ends on Father’s Day, June 19. Men’s Health Month is built on the pillars of Awareness–Prevention–Education–Family.
Men’s Health Month is credited with the increase in wellness activities for boys and men in all areas of the public and private sectors, resulting in better health outcomes and longer life expectancy. During this time, health care professionals, private corporations, faith-based organizations, government agencies, and other interested groups plan activities that focus on the health and well-being of boys, men, and their families. Read More
Almost everyone who knows Margie, knows that when she is not working with her massage patients, that she is probably playing tennis! She and her tennis team have been sharing recipes.
Here is Margie’s pick for a tasty, healthy recipe that fuels her and her teammates for their tennis matches. It is being shared from tennis.com.
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~~Recipe for Ginger Honey Allergy Relief Bites~~
Suffering from allergies? May is allergy awareness month. Dr. Gorman recommends these Ginger Honey Bites. Please read the notes below the recipe to learn more about introducing bee pollen into your eating plan.
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~By Dr. MaryK Geyer NMD~
First, let me state that I am not a dermatologist. I am a primary care doctor (PCP) with a specific interest in dermatology. Through this passion, and learning from a few wonderful dermatologists and dermatology-focused doctors, I’ve become a Naturopathic Primary Care doctor with a focus in dermatology. The reality is, in primary care, we cannot escape dermatology; 25% of our appointments involve skin concerns. The skin is our largest organ, and our internal health or disease easily manifests on this gateway between our internal and external environment.
Now, because of this, I know many pediatricians and general medicine doctors that cringe when they see “rash” on their schedule. To our defense, rashes look very similar, and require very systematic investigation if the diagnosis is not readily apparent in office. With that said, I admittedly cringe a little each time a patient shares with me in office, “I was diagnosed with a rash by my doctor”, often followed by “x cream was prescribed” and they don’t know why. Now, they wouldn’t be sitting in my office for a second opinion if x or y therapy had worked, or more specifically, they had cured the “rash”. Read More
~~Knowing what you are eating is of the utmost importance these days. The use of pesticides and other chemicals on crops is very common, and in some cases, very harmful to those who ingest the chemicals. The Dirty Dozen list will help you identify the most harmful choices when selecting produce, so you know when to select only organic.
Each year the Environmental Working Group puts out a list of foods that you should choose from the organic section whenever possible, called the Dirty Dozen. The information they have provided in their article below will make you understand the importance of this and the impact on your health.
You will also learn about the Clean Fifteen, which are items you do not need to be as cautious about when selecting them at the grocery store. Read More
~~By Joshua Erickson LMT, Revolution Health Medical Center~~
Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is stiffness, severe pain, and limited range of movement in your shoulder. It may happen after an injury, overuse or from health issues such as diabetes or a stroke. The tissues around the joint stiffen, scar tissue forms, and shoulder movements become difficult and extremely painful. The condition usually comes on slowly, and then goes away even more slowly taking a year or more for recovery.
Many people can’t get through their daily activities such as dressing, driving, typing at a computer and simple lifting due to the severe pain and restricted motion. Sleep is generally interrupted as well. However, before assuming what you have is frozen shoulder, see our doctors to rule out other conditions or injuries through physical testing and imaging.