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Below Are Past Events We’ve Held at Carlyle Wellness

Myths and Benefits of Probiotics and Their Effect On the Microbiome

The delicate balance of bacterium lining the gut is essential to overall brain and body function! Probiotics aid in maintaining this balance, but with so many different kinds out there how are you to know which one to purchase? Kevin Seepersad is a representative of Microbiome Labs, the leader in gut-health research and care, and will be leading the discussion on all things microbiome.

Pathway to Health

Join us, Tuesday October 16th, 2018 at 6:00PM
Carlyle Wellness Center; 50 Aviator Plaza Ste 102 (across from the Home 2 Suites!)
NO (Nitric Oxide) has been dubbed “the miracle molecule” due to its ubiquitous and far reaching effects. It is even being called the “Cardiovascular Cure”. Unfortunately, as we age, our nitric oxide levels tend to wane. As our NO wanes we see an increase in many health conditions; most notably high blood pressure and various forms of heart disease including heart attacks. Come listen as Jay Wilkins, ND, of BIONOX NUTRIENTS discusses what nitric oxide is, why it is so important, and how we can harness this medicine within.

Dr. Jay Wilkins, ND, BIO

Pathway to Health

Join us, Tuesday July 24th, 2018 at 6:00PM
Carlyle Wellness Center; 50 Aviator Plaza Ste 102 (across from the Home 2 Suites!)

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Our most important, powerful muscle is the brain!
Dr. Holland will be discussing how the brain can be optimized through utilizing specific fuel sources, where we can find that fuel, and how using that fuel can positively effect traumatic brain injuries, or even help those suffering with PTSD.

Pathway to Health

People are returning to homeopathy because they understand that in order to achieve health, one must discover the root cause of disease and not just treat the symptoms. Many Americans now understand that pharmaceutical drugs often interfere with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Suppressing, or merely removing symptoms, is a temporary solution at best. Addressing the “whole” person naturally is the long-term solution to modern states of disease.