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What Type of Food Allergy Testing Makes Sense for You?

BY DEEANN SABER From NaturalTucson.Com There are two workable ways to determine food issues: get tested or do the elimination/challenge. The elimination/challenge is free and effective, but it can be very time consuming. One needs to keep track of what they eat, and when, and how much, to accurately determine what is bothering them. Many… Continue Reading

Monthly Notes from the Doc…

Today we are enjoying a beautiful rainy day in Tucson and it is divine! We are sending blessings to all our clients as we all welcome the Fall and move into school activities and folks coming back who’ve flown Arizona’s heat. There seems to be an uptick in Gastro-intestinal problems as well as allergies this… Continue Reading

Celebrate Gluten-Free, September 2016 edition GIG Member, Attached is your September edition of Celebrate Gluten-Free magazine! For many of us, this time of year is a transitional period. Summer vacations are about over and those of you in the workplace are probably buckling down for the four month stretch into the holiday season. Many of you are watching your… Continue Reading

Avoid the Heartbreak of Addiction; Helping Families Heal

The truth is, when young people are disconnected from their families whether through trauma or divorce, the separation of emotions and support lead the young person to experimenting and increase the likelihood of addiction. It’s important they have family they can communicate with, and connect with to provide the stability needed to avoid the addiction… Continue Reading

Foods that Help or Heighten Anxiety

We all know that eating well helps our physical health but our mental health? Yes it’s true! Studies have shown that certain foods can be calming while others are more stimulating. If you think about it certain foods can inflame our guts, then our blood vessels, then our brains. So try adding these 5 foods… Continue Reading

How Gluten Affects Your Thyroid Health

By Dr. DeeAnn Saber An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease. Up to 60 percent of these people are unaware of their condition. One in eight women will develop a thyroid disorder during her lifetime. Levothyroxine, a synthetic form of thyroid hormone, is the 4th highest selling drug in the U.S.… Continue Reading

Food and Inflammation

Even conventionally growing local crops raise inflammatory markers. Feeding animals GMO and conventionally grown grains causes inflammation in our guts and creates other issues in our immune system and organs. To combat inflammation—the proven root of all chronic illnesses, including cancer—it is vital we pay attention to our foods’ origins. The more we learn of… Continue Reading

Reduce Your Foodprint & Save Money

Reduce Your Foodprint & Save Money

Each day, Americans toss out enough food to fill the Rose Bowl stadium! As much as 40% of edible food in the United States goes uneaten. That’s a drain on your wallet of between $28-$43 a month. All that uneaten, but perfectly good food doesn’t just lay waste to your budget, it rots in landfills and pollutes… Continue Reading

Meditate: It Does a Brain Good!

Meditate: It Does a Brain Good!

Amazing changes happen to mind and body when you meditate. During meditation, there is a physiological shift called ‘the relaxation response’ (RR). This response is exactly opposite the stress response that so many of us have a hard time avoiding in our daily lives. You may think you have lots of ways to relax-sleeping, watching… Continue Reading

Earth-friendly 2016 Diet Resolutions

Earth-friendly 2016 Diet Resolutions

Too many of us have become Eco-Zombies… careless about the relationship between the health of the planet and the health of our own bodies and minds. From farm to fork, the way food is grown, processed, and distributed affects not only its quality and variety, but also impacts our health and the sustainability of Mother… Continue Reading

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Zach Saber Phone: 520-232-4585
DeeAnn Saber Phone: 520-668-0039
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