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    Published November 2014

    The perfect pumpkin soup

    Ingredients: 1 small onion, chopped 1 clove garlic, chopped 2 cups homemade organic chicken broth 15 oz of homemade pumpkin puree 1 can of coconut milk (13.5 oz) 4 tbsp organic butter or coconut oil 1/2 tsp allspice 1/2 tsp nutmeg 1/2 tsp cinnamon Salt and pepper, as desired Directions: Slice pumpkin in half and […]

    Published November 2014

    Common patterns of hypothyroidism

    Common Patterns of Hypothyroidism, Dr. Kristin Schnurr, ND, www.drkristinschnurr.com Thyroid hypofunction is not a diagnosis in itself, it typically falls into one of six patterns.  Determining which pattern is present is dependent on clinical symptoms as well as laboratory results.  And, to further confound things, more than one pattern may exist simultaneously.   As many […]

    Published November 2014

    Sage’s newest addition

    Sage Clinic welcomes baby Oscar Wiley, born 3 months early to Dr. Miranda Wiley by emergency C-section.  He was only 2 lbs at birth but after more than 15 weeks in the NICU he finally arrived at home in November at nearly 7.5 lbs! Dr. Wiley unexpectedly became a strong advocate for premature children and the families they […]

    Published November 2014

    Making sense of thyroid lab results

    Thyroid disorders are prevalent in our culture, and are unfortunately often poorly managed within the conventional system.   I find myself explaining thyroid function and assessment on a daily basis.  It is a complex topic and a lot to cover thoroughly during a consultation. I am hopeful this article will serve as a reference for […]

    Published June 2014

    Nutrition Myths Unravelled

      Juliet M. Ghodsian, ND The most important element creating a healthy, balanced body is the food we use to nourish it.   What living in a modern society has taught us, is that not all food is created equal.  The apples eaten by your great grandmother are NOT the same apples your children eat […]