Advice from Dr. Klearman

  • The Latest and Greatest Anti-Aging Supplement
    by Eliza Klearman on September 19, 2018 at 1:20 am

    Anti-Aging Like many of you, I am always on the lookout for the latest thing that prevents aging. I attempt to live life to the fullest, be present, spread love and kindness, eat a whole foods diet and exercise daily. I also take a big old handful of supplements every day. Some of them are to heal my gut and treat the occasional inflammation I have, and some are to prevent aging and all the problems that go along with it. Continue reading The Latest and Greatest Anti-Aging Supplement at Dr. Klearman : A Center for Natural Health. […]

  • Loaded Chicken Noodle Soup
    by Eliza Klearman on September 14, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    As the weather gets cooler I start to crave a yummy pot of soup. This chicken noodle soup is a favorite during the Fall. Loaded Chicken Noodle Soup 3 chicken breasts 3 qts chicken bone broth (either homemade or store bought) 1 yellow Onion, diced 6 celery stalks, chopped 4 large carrots, chopped 1 bunch of rainbow chard, chiffonade 1 box rice noodles (optional) 1 Tbs dill weed 1 Tbs black pepper   Add chicken breasts, broth, dill, and pepper to a large stock pot. Continue reading Loaded Chicken Noodle Soup at Dr. Klearman : A Center for Natural Health. […]

  • Back To School Stress
    by Eliza Klearman on September 5, 2018 at 11:12 pm

    How to Help Your Kids Beat Back to School Stress Going back to school is both a relief and an added stress for parents. I know, because I am a mom myself. I enjoy a more regular routine during the school year, but stress levels definitely rise as the kids have more responsibilities, more activities, and seemingly less time. Depression and anxiety in school-aged children is a serious problem. The peak age of onset of any and all mental health disorders is age 14. Continue reading Back To School Stress at Dr. Klearman : A Center for Natural Health. […]

  • Salt Kissed Roast
    by Eliza Klearman on August 30, 2018 at 7:05 pm

    A juicy and delicious salt kissed roast is perfect for the start of the fall weather. Add potatoes, onions and your favorite root vegetables for a hearty dinner that is great leftover!   Salt Kissed Roast 3# Pork or Beef Chuck Roast kosher salt (enough to sprinkle over the roast) olive oil or butter   2 onions, cut into 1″ cubes 3 carrots, chopped into 1″ lengths 6 red potatoes, quartered 1 sprig rosemary 1 sprig thyme   Sprinkle your roast of  choice generously with salt, and let sit in the fridge overnight. Continue reading Salt Kissed Roast at Dr. Klearman : A Center for Natural Health. […]

  • Wildfire Smoke’s Impact on Your Health
    by Eliza Klearman on August 22, 2018 at 2:47 am

    This summer has been horribly smoky.  We can hardly see our beautiful mountains, and sometimes the smoke is so close by that we can smell it. Colorado has experienced over a dozen fires this wildfire season. Many of these, including the Cache Creek, Cabin Lake, Lake Christine, Silver Creek, and Sugarloaf wildfires, have had an awful effect on our air quality. The buildup of smoke is also linked to the blazing wildfires occurring in California. Continue reading Wildfire Smoke’s Impact on Your Health at Dr. Klearman : A Center for Natural Health. […]