• Health

    The Real Cause of The Blues Behind ‘Blue Monday’

    Have you heard of Blue Monday? It stems from a calculation used to determine when people are likely to feel their worst. Of course, it lands on a Monday because…who likes Mondays?             Also, it’s far enough past the holiday shopping season that people are starting to receive their bills (and regret their overspending).  Combine these elements with the fact…

  • Health,  Medical,  Nutrition

    What in the glute is gluten?

    Gluten /ˈɡlo͞otn/ : "a substance present in cereal grains, especially wheat, that is responsible for the elastic texture of dough. A mixture of two proteins, it causes illness in people with celiac disease." source: dictionary.com Gluten has been a hot topic in the world of health. With buzz words like "gluten intolerance," "gluten allergy," "celiac disease," and "gluten sensitivity," it…

  • Health,  Medical,  Nutrition

    Immune System Support

    Amid the chaos of the grocery stores, schools being shut down, people being asked to stay home, it leaves people wondering what they can do to give themselves and their families some sort of calm and control in their lives.  We begin analyzing ourselves:  How well am I?  Would I survive if I were to become ill?  What about my…

  • Uncategorized

    Our ProLon Journey

    On Sunday, March 8th, Center For Ideal Health's Dr. Erin Amato and Kaitlin Staebler, PA will start their journey with ProLon- a breakthrough product that can be such a help to those who are looking to try fast mimicking and optimize their efforts. ProLon has been a hot topic thanks to Netflix and The Goop Lab where Gwenneth Paltrow and…

  • Medical

    Redefining Medicine with special guest Dr Erin Amato

    Today’s episode on Redefining Medicine spotlights Erin Amato, MD. Dr Amato attended medical school at the University of Nevada School of Medicine. Upon graduation from medical school, Dr. Amato was awarded the Lillian Orchow Prize for Outstanding Student in Psychiatry and was designated as an AMA Foundation Rock Sleyster Scholar. She completed her internship and residency in General Psychiatry at…

  • Nutrition

    Healthy Swaps.

    The holiday season is filled with yummy temptations that are notorious for knocking us "off the wagon" of our healthy eating plans. Here are some healthy swaps you and your family will love to keep your health on track through the holidays! Dips and Sauces - These seem to show up everywhere during the fall and the holidays! An easy…

  • Exercise,  Health,  Nutrition

    Resolve to Keep Your Resolution

    The New Year traditionally starts with goal setting of how to "change" and "better" the year ahead. There is reflection on 2018 and what could have gone better, what went well, and what wasn't achieved from your 2018 resolution to "fix" 2017's issues. Really, if you analyze your previous resolutions, there is a pattern of setting similar goals each year…

  • Nutrition

    Avoiding that Holiday Unhealthiness

    For most people, the holidays are a time of celebration, happiness, sentiment, and creating memories.  However, they can also be a time of stress, worries, and concerns of "falling off the wagon" with your wellness, only to hope to pick things back up "in the New Year."  With colder weather, shorter days, and the perpetual pile of baked goods and…

  • Exercise

    Fitness When It’s Frigid.

    Everyone knows that exercise is great for increased energy, better sleep, improved mood, and all-around wellness.  However, exercise can be a challenge when the weather starts getting cold and the days are shorter.  It is hard to motivate yourself to move out from underneath that cozy quilt in front of the fire and force yourself to endure the freezing-cold air…