Thermographic Imaging

Thermographic imaging by TDI. Superior quality infrared imaging of the breast, neuromuscular system, thyroid, dental, TMJ and sinuses to assist in the early assessment of problems associated with these areas.
May 27: Women’s Hormones and the Environment. Ann McCloud Sneath specializes in holistic health. This is a Free event, please join us and particpate.
“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
– Thomas Edison
Health Practices for Longevity

Health Practices for Longevity

For all of history human beings have been searching for the secret of a long and healthy life – a fountain of youth, if you will. While nobody has stumbled upon the actual fountain of youth, over time certain health practices have been shown to improve overall quality of life as well as improve longevity. At the end of the day the name of the game for a long and healthy life is Prevention. Continue reading

Health Benefits of Strong Relationships

Health Benefits of Strong Relationships

There’s no question that a combination of a healthy diet and physical activity is the foundation for a long and healthy life. However, there are often many factors of our daily lives that have a huge impact on our physical and mental health that are neglected. One of the most overlooked facets of our lives is our personal and professional relationships. Continue reading

Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

While processed forms of sweets, cookies, cake, pies etc. may not be good for you, organic dark chocolate has many health benefits! This is great news for me as I am a dark chocolate lover. Imagine how happy I am to be able to share these health benefits of dark chocolate. Continue reading

Turmeric and Breast Health

Turmeric and Breast Health

By working turmeric into the diet individuals can benefit from an array of benefits. In addition to its potential anti-cancer properties, it reduces inflammation caused by injury and arthritis. Its other uses in treating bladder and kidney inflammation have been utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine for hundreds of years. Continue reading

Thyroid Disease Prevention

Thyroid Disease Prevention

Thyroid disease prevention – many thyroid issues are highly preventable with the right balance of physical activity and a healthy diet. Thermography uses infrared imaging to look at signature patterns under the skin. The thermographic scans are then studied for any significant temperature variations between the thyroid gland and its surrounding structures. Continue reading

Replacements for Bread

Replacements for Bread

Replacements for bread: whether you’re cutting carbs or going gluten free there’s no reason you should have to give up on your favorite meals. Sandwiches, pizza, cookies, brownies, and muffins can all be made with alternatives to bread and flour without giving up on taste or texture. Continue reading

Health Benefits of Donating Blood

Health Benefits of Donating Blood

According to the American Red Cross, “Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood,” The health benefits of donating blood include: heart disease reduction, red cell production increase, an abbreviated physical exam to ensure you’re healthy enough to give blood. Of course good karma is always a good reason to do anything! Continue reading

20 Reasons Why Sugar Ruins Your Health

20 Reasons Why Sugar Ruins Your Health

There are many books written on the the subject. It is a broad topic with many insidious health implications. I am going to be doing this as a two part series. February’s newsletter, Part One, will concentrate on the dangers of sugar consumption. Continue reading

Estrogen Dominance

Estrogen Dominance

Estrogen dominance is a little known syndrome with the potential for big health risks. These risks include, but are not limited to, weigh gain, depression, migraines, ovarian cysts, fibrocystic breast disease, and breast cancer. Since estrogen dominance is most common in menopausal and pre menopausal women, these health problems are often brushed off as natural symptoms of getting older and going through menopause. Continue reading

Fighting Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD

Fighting Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD

Fighting Seasonal Affective Disorder: SAD. The days are getting shorter and colder and unfortunately this means that many of us will begin to experience the winter blues. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, can affect anyone during any season but seems to be most common during the winter months. Luckily by understanding what causes SAD, we can begin to find natural ways to combat it without having to resort to drugs. Continue reading