Dennis Godby, ND

Male Menopause and the Female Hormone Progesterone

Perhaps you are among the tens of millions of men in this country who are on the slippery slope of losing vitality, will admit, at least to yourself, that you are going downhill, and in the process are losing some of your enthusiasm for life as you age.
Dennis Godby, ND

Hormones key to dropping excess weight

To improve body composition and achieve optimal health, balancing your hormones are critical to short- and long-term success.
Dennis Godby, ND

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

It has been said, "Let your food be your medicine and your medicine your food." But what if your food, instead of nourishing you, was making you sick,
Dennis Godby, ND

Insomnia, Sleep On It and Feel Refreshed

A sleep study showed that 47% of adults and 57% of children in the U.S. do not sleep enough. The American daily average is now only 6 hours and 40 minutes, and still declining, far off the adult-recommended 8 hours, and far below the 9 hours that Americans used to sleep
Dennis Godby, ND

Liver Detoxification

Our bodies must be able to detoxify, or neutralize, toxins in the environment (chemicals, plastics, heavy metals, etc.), as well as those produced within our own bodies.
Dennis Godby, ND

Dropping Weight is as American as apple pie

(First of a two-part series on improving body composition and shedding unwanted, hard-to-lose pounds.)
Dennis Godby, ND

Attitude impacts well-being

As we embark upon another holiday season, and difficult economic times, we may want to "go back to the drawing board," and decide what is really important in our lives, relationships and health!
Dennis Godby, ND

Balance in Diet, Temperment Key to Avoiding a Leaky Gut

Is your gut, "leaky?" Last month's article on hidden and delayed food allergies (IgG reactions), concluded that "leaky gut syndrome" (LGS) is suspected if
Dennis Godby, ND

Human Genome Project: Personal Impact

Incredibly, a couple of years ago, the entire Human Genome was mapped! You might be thinking, "What is that and how does it affect me?"
Dennis Godby, ND

Healthy Weight Loss in the New Year

As health care providers, we fully recognize that excess weight leads to higher rates of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and other serious health conditions. But we're equally aware of the tragic consequences of a nation striving to look like supermodels, unable to accept their own unique bodies.
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