Posts Tagged: Dr. Marc Bubbs

Get Fit Summit with Dr. Marc Bubbs

December 20, 2016

Are you ready to achieve your New Year’s resolutions in 2017? Regardless if you’re trying to lose weight or improve your health and fitness, it helps to have tips and secrets from the experts to guide you along the way. Good friend of the IHI clinic Dr. Marc Bubbs ND, CISSN, CSCS is giving away […]

Why YOU Should Drink Green Tea!

May 11, 2015

By Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND, CSCS Green tea has been used for thousands of years throughout India, China, and Japan as a panacea for longevity and health. Green tea is a member the Theaceae family of plants and contains numerous key nutrients that can help sedentary and active people improve overall health, lose weight, and […]

After-Hours Emails Ruining Your Sleep?

September 02, 2014

By  Dr. Marc Bubbs ND, CSCS Almost every person that walks into  our clinic has some sort of sleep  concern; inability to effectively fall asleep, stay asleep, or achieve deep restful sleep. The topic of sleep and recovery is a very rapidly growing area of research at the moment.  A growing epidemic of sleep disorders […]

How Many Days Could YOU Go Without Sugar?

August 05, 2014

By Dr. Marc Bubbs ND, CSCS This article really peaked my interest this morning. It’s about a man named Jason Holborn who realized – after reading an insightful article by Gary Taubes – that he had an addiction to sugar and no matter what he tried to do he just couldn’t give it up. So, […]

Do Blood Pressure Drugs Actually Work?

May 05, 2014

By Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND Did you know that in today’s workplace, one out of 4 people has high blood pressure? That’s right, twenty percent of North Americans are suffering from high blood pressure and its many associated health risks. In clinical practice, I commonly see patients on anti-hypertension or blood pressure lowering medications who […]

Blood Sugars and Brain Power

March 31, 2014

By Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND A few months ago, a ground breaking new study was released in one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world, highlighting a potential cure for one of the most debilitating diseases in the world. Interestingly, although tremendously significant in its scientific findings, it did not make the front […]

Are You Eating Too Many Nuts?

January 27, 2014

By Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND When I see clients in clinical practice, I always ask them to walk me through what they eat in a typical day. Inevitably, they will often tell me they have a healthy snack – a handful of nuts – at some point in the day. There is a wealth of […]

Boost Your Immunity This Winter

November 11, 2013

By Dr. Marc Bubbs ND As the seasons change your immune system starts working overtime to keep you healthy. Whether you are training for a marathon, a 5k run, or simply logging long hours at work your immune system can take a hit.  Be pro-active this fall by measuring your vitamin D levels and using […]

Sleep & Circadian Rhythms

November 04, 2013

By Dr. Marc Bubbs ND In the Paleolithic or ‘hunter-gatherer’ era more than 10,000 years ago, our ancient ancestors woke up with the rising sun in the morning and rested for a good nights sleep not long after sundown.  Scientists believe that our hunter-gatherer ancestors averaged about 10 hours of sleep per night.  Of course […]

Should You Be Taking A Multi-Vitamin?

October 28, 2013

By Dr. Marc Bubbs ND One of the most common questions I am asked in clinical practice is whether or not it’s worthwhile to take a multi-vitamin. Clients have often read conflicting articles about the benefits, or lack thereof, of taking a daily multi-vitamin. So what does the science say? Are you getting health benefits […]