Food and the Immune System – How Nutrition Affects Your Resilience

If you’ve seen some of the previous articles in this nutrition series, you’ve already noticed that there’s an intricate connection between what we eat and our overall health. From a number of different perspectives, food can either strengthen or hamper our immune system. For instance, consistently choosing foods that contribute to chronic inflammation pushes your […]

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Managing High Cholesterol – 4 Major Tips to Change Your Lifestyle

Our bodies are marvelously complex machines, conducting myriads of processes every second of every day to keep us alive. Naturally, we have our built-in detoxing systems and organs that help our bodies flush out any excess elements – but those processes work best when aided by our own healthy choices. When it comes to cholesterol […]

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How Air Pollution Affects Our Health

The perks of civilized life are innumerable – we’re a drive away from emergency medical help, minutes away from a fully-stocked market, and we can even complete most of our chores online. At the same time, this surge of urbanization has pushed us further away from Mother Nature, and consequently, from clean air, water, and […]

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Food and Energy Production – How to Use Nutrition to Nourish Your Mitochondria

Our civilization has come a long way over the centuries, so living in a well-developed society today means perceiving food as a source of pleasure, much more so than pure sustenance. We combine ingredients to satisfy our flavor preferences, forgetting that at the basis of it, food is our fuel – we need it for […]

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Food and Gut Health – How Your Nutrition Affects Your Gut Microbiome

Did you know that you’re sharing your body with many different microorganisms, among which you’ll find bacteria of all sorts? Most of them are located in your digestive tract, they make up your gut microbiome, and their primary roles are to help your body absorb the nutrients from food, prevent diseases and infections, boost your […]

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Food and Hormones – How Poor Nutrition Affects Your Hormonal Balance

Inflammation gets a lot of bad rep, and so many people universally think of it as a harmful process that can be detrimental to our health. The truth is, inflammation is a natural process that is necessary for us to stay alive – it’s our immune response to various pathogens (such as getting a fever […]

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Living a Full Life and Coping with Stress When You Have Cancer

Working with an annoying colleague, trying to please a demanding mother-in-law, or having to wait for an hour at the bank all seems stressful. That is, until you’re faced with a cancer diagnosis, and you suddenly find yourself coping with a whole new idea of anxiety and worry, incomparable with anything else you’ve ever experienced […]

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Adapting Your Diet and Lifestyle to Fight Cancer

Tweaking your diet to stay healthy can be a challenge on its own, especially when you need to lose some of those hard-wired habits to snack on unhealthy treats and consume processed foods. Add cancer into the mix, and the magnitude of the problem reaches a whole new level – your body and your mind […]

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How Seasonal and Local Foods Contribute to Your Health

Living in the modern times means being accustomed to having many choices. Some might even say too many. This kind of convenience and the sheer number of options on the store shelves have pushed many people towards impulse buying. That means reaching for imported goods, all-year-round produce even though it’s not grown in a natural […]

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5 Reasons to Start Your Own Diet Journal

People use all kinds of buzzwords when talking about dieting and food without truly understanding what those terms mean or represent. For example, the term “mindfulness” is thrown around so often, that it has practically lost all meaning for many people. And yet, mindfulness is a crucial concept in leading a healthy life, especially when […]

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Bring out Your Inner Chef – 5 Tips for Food Preparation to Preserve Nutrients

The decision to switch to healthy eating is a challenging one for most people, and it takes plenty of learning to figure out which seasonal foods are best for your particular needs. Once you have it all settled, you might think you’re all done, but the simple truth is, choosing healthy ingredients is half the […]

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Children’s Nutrition Class

Join Chelsea Britton, RDN as she discusses the unique nutritional needs of children. She will discuss infant nutrition, toddler nutrition, pre-adolescent, and teenage nutritional needs. There are many important nutritional concepts throughout life which we will also discuss with a mindfulness to the pediatric population: benefits of phytonutrients, digestive support, whole foods eating, and mineral […]

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I have worked with Dianne Hinton at Calmglow for 4 years. I receive calls from new patients every day. I think the best part of talking with new patients is that I give them the knowledge and hope in knowing that I–like all of Dianne’s staff–was her patient before her employee. I think that says a lot about Dianne as a practitioner. She is very compassionate and caring towards each individual patient.

— Cindy Toste

Diane Hinton saved my life!

After over a year of traditional doctors misdiagnosing and mistreating my illness, Diane immediately got it right. She identified the root cause of my illness, and I went from being chronically ill to healed and healthy in less than a year. Diane listens to and cares for her patients like no one I’ve ever known. I highly recommend her for diagnosing the true health issues, rather than just treating your symptoms.

— Sarah Hayes

My husband and I just love Calmglow …

Just what is Functional Medicine?  Simply put…. I call it getting to the “cause” of a health issue. Rashes, High Pressure, Arthritis, Obesity, Insomnia, and Fatigue are a few of the issues she’s helped us with.  But what I really like best is; she doesn’t say “here, take this pill” and it’ll “treat the symptoms”.  She treats the “cause” of those symptoms so they truly go away without requiring “pills”.  Our bodies are healing, and the we feel we’re the healthiest we’ve been in a long time! What we’ve discovered about the manner in which our bodies “had been” functioning previously, from the in depth tests she recommends, was pretty astounding. We’ve learned so much since starting to see her as our practitioner, I would never choose to go back to an Allopathic doctor!