Time to Cut Out Sugar

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  It’s holiday time, and we all know what that means. Lots of holiday treats and sweets! While it’s fun to bake cookies and sample open-house goodies, we need to be mindful of over-indulging. It is very easy to cultivate a “sweet tooth”—that is, to get into the habit of consuming sweets without thinking too much ...

Now Available: Functional Medicine Extended Visits!

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We are pleased to announce extended office visits for our patients who wish to receive our great functional medicine knowledge. What is functional medicine?  Functional medicine is a patient-oriented approach to medicine with a focus on helping you to feel well and looking for underlying causes to prevent illness—not just treating you when you are sick. Functional ...

Two “Welcomes!” and a “Farewell!”

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Welcome Brandy and Nicci! We are extremely pleased to welcome two Family Nurse Practitioners to our awesome provider team. Brandy Manetta and Nicoletta “Nicci” Wilhoite. Brandy received her family practice training through IUPUI School of Nursing and received her BSN in 2005 and her MSN in 2009 and she joins Excell For Life from IU Hospital ...

Immune System Essentials for Cold and Flu Season 2014

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If you get the Excell for Life newsletter, you have probably seen the feature products we offer to help you build up your immune system: Stock up on these Cold & Flu Season Essentials 1. Vitamin D Vitamin D3 5000IU daily--Vitamin D is an essential vitamin (which is actually a hormone) for your immune system. Nearly every Indiana resident ...

Essential Oils for a Strong Immune System

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As “cold and flu” season approaches we naturally want to do everything we can to protect ourselves and our families from getting sick and although there is no substitute for a healthy lifestyle you may want to consider using essential oils for an extra boost of protection . . . A word of caution though: Not all essential oils are created equal and quality is of utmost importance . . .