Spicy Chicken with Lime Juice: A Recipe from Dr. Jen

Dr. Jen's Spicy Chicken with lime juiceCooking is still kind of a new adventure for me. And I love recipes like this that are quick, delicious, and provide the nutrients I want for myself and my family.

This recipe is packed with protein, vitamin C and healthy spices. Pair it with a salad or sauteed greens, and you’ve got dinner! (It’s almost too easy…)

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Dr. Jen on Fox News: Increase your Fertility by Reducing Inflammation

pregnancy-heartInflammation contributes to estrogen dominance, a hormonal state that consists of having too little progesterone in your body compared with your estrogen. This can lead to progesterone resistance, which can prevent your progesterone hormone receptors from working properly. When these receptors don’t work correctly, your body can’t utilize progesterone, and that can lead to recurrent miscarriages if the problem isn’t addressed. If you’re having trouble getting pregnant or are experiencing miscarriages, try reducing inflammation to get your hormones back on track.

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Dr. Kim D’Eramo on Listening to Your Body

dr_kim_deramo I continue to be amazed by the incredible powers of the body, and…at the same time, see so many people who are stuck because we’re not taught how to access them. Every day in the ER, there are people who are on medications to fix problems. They’re living in varying states of illness, low energy, depression, anxiety…and doctors are telling them this can’t be fixed. Well, I’m here to tell you that there’s so much more to the picture of how to reverse disease and create well-being!

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Dr. Jen on Fox News: Why Pap Smears are Important

young-womanIn 2012, I was shocked to learn that new guidelines issued by the the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists stated that women should wait three to five years between Pap smears, which are the primary method of screening for cervical cancer. Thanks to that recommendation, which has influenced insurance company policies, annual Pap tests are no longer the standard of care today—and I see that as a huge problem.

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