The Radiant Health Blog in Review, 2016

by | Dec 20, 2016 | Integrative Medicine

radiant healthThe weeks leading up to year’s end are a natural time for reflection – for considering the year just passing and looking ahead to the new.

So for our last post of the year, we thought we’d take a quick look back at what folks were looking at most here in 2016.

And looking at the top 10 posts, we see they offer a great encapsulation of what we do here in the office – not only helping people with chronic conditions find healing, but also helping generally healthy individuals on their path to optimal, Radiant Health. For health isn’t some static state of being. It’s a dynamic process. And we’re honored that so many people choose us to be a part of their process.

So without further ado, our top 10 posts through the past year:

  1. Ozone Therapy to Support Radiant Health

  2. Dr. Joe Talks Supplements

  3. Chelation Therapy for Detox & Overall Health & Wellness

  4. Stand Up to “Sitting Disease”: 6 Tips for Getting More Movement into Your Day

  5. Recovering from Chronic Lyme Disease

  6. A New Bacterium & Other News from Lyme-Related Research

  7. Juicing: Over-Hyped? Helpful?

  8. Guest Post: 6 Ways Your Mouth Can Affect Your Overall Health

  9. To Slim Down & Shape Up: A More Personal, Productive Approach to Weight Loss

  10. Guest Post: Just What Is the Paleo Diet Anyway?

All of us here at Dr. Joe’s office hope this holiday season is amazing for you – full of joy, love, and peace – and that your 2017 gets off to a healthy and happy start! We’ll see you back here in January!

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