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Portobello Mushroom with Egg

Portobello mushrooms are delicious, low in calories and a source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The phytonutrients in mushrooms provide an immune boost by powering up white blood cells. Besides being protein rich, eggs are a great source of heart-healthy nutrients. This egg/mushroom combo is a can’t miss for elevating your health and taste buds. Read more

Meet Mary

Mary was one of the very first think patients and was excited that this new concept in healthcare would see her as an active part of her care team and not just a patient. Besides her primary care physician, Dr. Douglas Russell, Mary is grateful for the team of providers and the multiple services that keep her healthy. Mary holds a doctorate in Education and is well-schooled in all things related to think. Read more

High Blood Pressure Risks

National High Blood Pressure Education Month is observed in May, and it is an opportunity to understand how hypertension increases the risk for heart disease and stroke. Preventive measures can be taken by adopting healthy lifestyles and being compliant with taking prescribed medications and regularly monitoring your blood pressure. Read more

Sesame Sugar Snap Peas

Sugar snap peas are a wealth of wellness, including better immunity (from vitamin C), stronger bones (from vitamin K), gastrointestinal health (from fiber). The heart-healthy snack may even reduce fatigue (from pea peptides) and provide better vision (from lutein and zeaxanthin). Beyond the incredible health benefits, your taste buds will thank you. Read more

Healthy Grilled Salmon Salad

Packed with beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is shown to reduce inflammation and age-related brain loss and may boost memory. The nutrient-dense fish is also linked to lowering the risk of heart disease and maintaining bone health. It’s no wonder there’s never leftovers of this refreshing, fiber-rich salad. Read more

Meet B.J.

My friends have told me about their incredible experiences as Think Whole Person Healthcare patients, and I admit that I’m envious. I wish I were a think patient. Truly I do. Read more

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