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A Family Healing Center, PC

McMinnville Clinic

330 SE Baker Street
McMinnville, Oregon 97128
PH. 503 883 0333

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High Cholesterol High Pharmaceutical Gain

How to Reduce Cholesterol Levels without a Statin Statin drugs are the number one most highly used drugs in America! Not surprising, doctors and the like have us all running scared from elevated cholesterol levels. Though this isn’t something to laugh about, it is certainly... [read more]

AGEs Accelerate Aging

It is interesting how we all are opposed to aging. In our search for getting rid of fine wrinkle lines, easing our arthritis pains, wanting to feel and look younger, have we thought much about what is making us age instead of thinking about treatments... [read more]

Inflammation Kills

Inflammation is a response from the body (originally meant to protect itself against) that has continued beyond when your body can control it. Inflammation involves an influx of white blood cells and is hallmarked by the symptoms of redness, heat, swelling, pain, and dysfunction of... [read more]

Thyroid Function

The thyroid gland is one of the main regulators in the body. From temperature, and metabolism, to sleep and mood, your thyroid is heavily involved in the intricate ebs and flows of all your hormones. You can think about your thyroid like your battery. When... [read more]

Hot Flashes, Hormones, and Hype

Hot flashes are one of the largest driving factors when women consider the use of hormone replacement. Hormone replacement before 2002 was easy. Just take the drug, Premarin and the hot flashes go away like magic! BUT, the HERS study in 2002 proved that conventional... [read more]

6 Foods to Eliminate to Help you Lose Weight

Everyone over 30 can relate to the fact that it isn’t as easy to maintain that perfect weight we strive for anymore. Keeping and maintaining a healthy weight isn’t about going on diets or counting calories. These types of restrictions are not realistic long term.... [read more]