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Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

Monday, August 13th, 2018

Weight gain

Hair loss, dry skin

Increased fatigue


 Irritability, anxiety, depression


Painful and prolonged menstruation

If you have any of these symptoms call Dr. Jenkins for blood testing and consult today


Fat or Calories: Which is better?

Monday, August 6th, 2018

*Excessive fat carries more calories than sugar

*Excessive fat is more prone to be stored as excess weight

*Excessive fat is proinflammatory which weakens your immune system

Fats to avoid:

*Beef fat


*Chicken fat

*Milk fat

*Partially hydrogenated oil

*Pork fat


*Stick margarine

TIP: What your meat eats, matters

For more information on healthy living contact Dr. Jenkins: 


Nutritional Deficiency and Imbalances Causes Immune Problems

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Poor nutritional intake attacks the immune system.

"How" you ask?

1. Causes infection, which is the ultimate free radical and excitotoxic generator

2. Lack of key nutrients, minerals, and essential fatty acids can lead to inadequate free radical defense

3. Chronic infection is the consequence of poor dietary nutrition

Consume daily to increase your nutritional intake:


1. Vitamin C

2. Vitamin E

3. Turmeric

4. COQ10


1. Whole grains

2. Fish

3. Leafy green vegetables

4. Alfalfa sprouts

5. Green tea

6. Red clover

7. Cod liver oil

For more information on nutritional intake please call Dr. Jenkins:


What Are Toxins?

Monday, July 30, 2018

Any substance that has harmful effects on the body.

When toxin levels are in excess of our body's capacity to remove them, toxins build up and are stored until they can be removed.

Where Do Toxins Come From?

Lifestyle Toxins:




*Recreational drugs

*Prescription drugs

*Over-the-counter drugs

*Artificial food additives, colorings and preservatives

*Meats that contain hormones and antibiotics

*Refined foods and sugars

*Fast foods/fried foods

Tips to Rid Toxins

*Avoid stress as much as possible

*Eliminate plastic as often as possible

*"Eat clean"- eat more vegetables and less meat

*Eliminate gluten from diet as much as possible

*Avoid unhealthy relationships

*Get adequate sleep

For more tips on healthy living,

 contact Dr. Jenkins:


Got Pain?

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

What Does Our Chronic Pain Panel Help With?

  • Arthritis/ Joint pain
  • Headaches/ Migraines
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Feelings of pins & needles
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Back spasms
  • Stomach pain
  • Unexplained pain

What Does This Panel Cover?

  • Inflammation markers
  • Chemical detoxification
  • Glutathione metabolism
  • Neurotransmitters and how they function

Who Needs This Gene Panel?

  • Anyone seeking better health
  • Anyone with dopamine and serotonin deficiency symptoms
  • Mood disorders
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Immune weakness or detox issues

Who Pays For These Tests?

Most insurances

Out of pocket costs only $195

Call today to schedule your Gene Analysis with Dr. Jenkins:


The Benefits of "B" Vitamins

Dr. Jenkins: Posted on Wednesday, May 09, 2018 2:15 PM

B vitamins consist of 8 individual water-soluble vitamins: B1,B2,B3,B5,B6,B12, Folate, Biotin.

There are several important things you need to know before you start taking them.

1. B vitamins are primarily used by our nerve cells, although you can find them everywhere in the body.

2. B vitamins help break down carbohydrates for energy;  break down fat and proteins for our nervous system function, as well as  help provide muscle tone.

3. We do not store B vitamins therefore they are excreted through the urine.

4. Beware of the "inactive " form of B vitamins. Best sources are "methylation" B vitamins.

NOTE: If you are vegan or vegetarian you will lack B vitamins. B vitamins are found only in animal protein.

People who will benefits the most are those who are...


*Drink caffeine

*Take medication

*Consume too much cooked food

*Eat a highly processed diet

*Suffer from fatigue/mood swings

*Experiencing pain

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