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Dr. G Testing Metabolic Rate Using The Korr Reevue : Starting the Weight Loss Journey

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Are You Tired? You May Be Low in Iron (and Not Know It)

Not a day or two goes by that I don’t discover iron deficiency in my patients.  In many cases, people are tired, depressed, forgetful, out of breath, and don’t know why.  In many cases, all they need to do is take an Iron supplement or add iron-rich foods to their diet.   About 10% of women of reproductive age and

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Mindful Eating Tips: Enjoy the Holidays Without Regret

Many of you who come to me for help losing weight have developed healthy habits of moderation and use My Fitness Pal to keep from going too far off-track.  Still, most of you are justifiably concerned about how you will get through the “Trifecta” of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s without sabotaging the progress you’ve made and the hard work

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You Can Reverse Diabetes, Supplement Spotlight

You CAN Reverse Diabetes, Avoid Surgery and Get Off Medication   Two leaders in the medical weight loss field, Drs. Sara Hallberg and Osama Hamdy, wrote an Op-Ed in the September 10th New York Times entitled “Before You Spend $26,000 on Weight-Loss Surgery, Do This”.  The article makes a strong case for adopting a low carb diet as a way

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Please Join Me At the Second Annual Healthy West Hartford

We will be raffling off a free Metabolic Test and Nutritional Prescription  

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Stopping Emotional Eating: Some Ideas to Help

We all can and do use food to feel better — sometimes.  Food is  more than nutrition; it’s comfort, love, predictability, control.  When we use food to avoid dealing with our responsibilities, our feelings, our fears, we tend to overeat.  This overeating becomes a habit.  As with all habits, this one can be changed.  If you are a chronic emotional

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Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) Testing for IBS

Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) Testing for IBS What is IBS? Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common condition, affecting between 10 and 15% of Americans.  Symptoms range from abdominal pain to diarrhea, constipation or bloating. It is now fairly well established that IBS symptoms can come about from a condition known as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, or SIBO. What

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I Did the Whole 30 (Or Maybe the Whole 27..): An Assessment

I eat a healthy, whole food diet which consists mostly of nuts, fruits, veggies, cheese, yogurt and meat/chicken/fish. I don’t eat a lot of grains.  So why would I further limit my choices and take on the Whole 30?  Clearly a masochistic streak, a desire to see how much healthier I can be, and a team player attitude in collaborating with

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For Connecticut Residents: Legislative Update on HB 5534 Action Needed Now

For readers of this blog who live or have family in Connecticut, I am appealing to you to take action in support of my profession’s efforts at upgrading our practice law to bring it into the 21st century.  If you would like to take action, please click on the link.    Thank you!   Dr. Goodman

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Supplement Spotlight: Beating Fatigue

Supplement Spotlight:  How to Boost Your Energy Are you feeling run down?  Looking for more energy?  You may have tried the “miracle ” energy supplements that are advertised everywhere.  Maybe you got a boost from one of them.  Chances are, though, that these changes were short-lived.  You need to get to the root of the problem. Thyroid:  Your thyroid may

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