Looking for a quick relatively low maintenance dinner that does not require cooking meat? Sometimes you just want something light and easy, this is going to be one you want in your dinner rotation! This is one of Dr. Burkman’s family favorites!
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s a quick look at some newer research on the benefits of chocolate, as well as a delicious vegan fudge recipe to share with those you love!
Many people struggle with digestive issues. Some of the most common symptoms include nausea, upset stomach, bloating, constipation, and reflux. The cause of these symptoms can be hard to pinpoint due to the complexity of the digestive track. Influences include stress levels, eating habits, and the natural processes that happen in the intestines. It is […]
Did you get an Instant Pot for the holidays? Did you already have one sitting on a shelf, but it’s too intimidating? Ours is being used daily and I wanted to share with you some of our favorite recipes! For those who know us, we are gluten free, dairy free and pretty low carb…except when […]
One of the more common complaints in my office is that of women suffering hair loss, also called alopecia. Women often report they notice more hair in the drain after showering or in the hair brush and while there is a normal amount of hair that can be expected to be lost in a day, […]
The holidays are here! Time to enjoy them in a healthy fashion. I hope you made it through the candy-saturated Halloween celebration. Even if you do not celebrate this holiday, you were subjected to the marketing of sweet treats comprised mostly of milk and sugar, with (maybe) a little caramel coloring to call it chocolate. […]
We all know that feeling of becoming rundown, overly tired and just pushing it a little too hard. This feeling is when our bodies stress hormone, cortisol, starts to become overly worked. Cortisol gets a bad reputation, we think high cortisol equaling stress which in theory yes, the more stressed we are the more cortisol […]
Iron is an important mineral for brain development in babies and children. It is necessary for the production of neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin, which are essential for regulating mood. Additionally it is needed to help produce myelin in the brain, which acts as a conduction system for nerve firing. When iron stores are […]
Liver disease can be from many causes, but when there is no cause for liver disease it is called NASH, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. The liver is a major source of detoxification in the body and when burdened will start to develop fatty deposits, a sign that it is stressed. When alcohol […]