BREAKFREE MEDICINE Highlight: Real & Natural Solutions for Optimizing Health and Weight

By | July 26th, 2013|Naturopathic|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND The Bombardment of Media Health Madness It’s hard to escape the bombardment of messages we receive daily regarding the benefits of movement and exercise. There is good reason why exercise is touted by many. It is one empowering tool that fits within a comprehensive framework to support our bodies and [...]

What Is the Science Behind Energetic and Integrative Medicine

By | July 8th, 2013|Naturopathic|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND Last week, I made reference to the fact that I got side-tracked from my monthly task of “Top Reads”. Now, it’s time to share why! My brain lapse was due to an email containing four videos on the science of BodyTalk received from a fantastic and gifted BodyTalk Practitioner. In [...]

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Holistic Medicine- Is it More Powerful than Placebo?

By | June 20th, 2013|Latest Articles, Naturopathic Medicine, Newsletter Postings|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND The Science of Belief and the Placebo Effect My recent blog on the science of belief  discussed the role of belief and expectations on healing. This means that what we think or expect from a medical intervention will have physiological effects on our body.  The role of thought processes in [...]

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The Science of Belief and Connection in Healing

By | June 11th, 2013|Latest Articles, Newsletter Postings, Saratoga Blog at Living Well|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND I’ve had the pleasure of tuning into The HayHouse World Summit, an online event that featured 110 inspirational authors within a 10 day span. The speakers included Dr. Bruce Lipton, PhD, Marcelle Pick, M.S.N., OB/GYN NP, Mark Hyman, MD, Lissa Rankin, MD, Dr. Northrup, MD, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Joe Dispenza, [...]

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May 2013 Holistic Health Top Reads-Lifestyle, Cancer, and Nutrigenomics

By | June 4th, 2013|Latest Articles, Top Reads of the Month|

Compiled by Sarah A LoBisco, ND I’m back from Texas. What a trip into the energy spectrum I had. Now, after the extraordinary opportunity of spending time with some of the most prestigious and respected integrative doctors in my field, I am filled with even more conviction that our genes are not our destiny. We [...]

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Angelina Jolie’s Decision on Breast Health

By | May 27th, 2013|Integrative Medicine Hints, Naturopathic Medicine, Newsletter Postings, Saratoga Blog at Living Well|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND Before I head off to Dallas for the Institute for Functional Medicine’s 2013 Annual Symposium, Illuminating the Energy Spectrum, I couldn’t help but leave you with the top story headliner for next week’s May 2013 Holistic Health Top Reads! That’s right. Next week, while flying back from my training, I’ll [...]

Evidence of the Power of Diet on Health

By | February 22nd, 2013|Integrative Medicine Hints, Naturopathic Medicine, Newsletter Postings, Saratoga Blog at Living Well|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND I’ve written many blogs on the power of food and its effect on health. This internal drive to work from a wellness perspective and my passion for the power of integrative and nutritional medicine is not just a theory to me. It originates from a direct experience of healing my [...]

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December 2012 Holistic Health Top Reads

By | December 26th, 2012|Top Reads of the Month|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND Can you believe it! The end of 2012 is here! The final Top Reads of 2012 for you to curl up with over organic hot cocoa. As my niece would say....get cozy! Highlights to Ponder As many of my clients know, I believe diet is one of the key foundations [...]

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Considerations in Health Made Simple 2

By | September 19th, 2012|Naturopathic Medicine, Newsletter Postings|

By Sarah A LoBisco, ND In last week’s blog, I discussed some simple lifestyle measures that all health savvy experts agree on as the basis for achieving optimal health. These concepts of proper nutrition, exercising, allowing time for adequate rest, maintaining nurturing relationships, and replacing addictive substances with life-sustaining ones, make for a balanced physical [...]

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