Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious three-course meal from the PALM Café and a discussion from functional medicine physician Dr. Scott Jamison. When your body ages faster than your chronological age, it can lead to an increased risk for disease, which can impact your longevity. In his presentation, Dr. Jamison will discuss how you can find out your biological age, the key to preventing age-related diseases, and lifestyle changes you can implement now to ensure you have many healthy years ahead.
Have you ever met someone who looks and acts like they are in their 30s, then been surprised to learn they are actually in their 50s? We all know people who seem much younger than they really are, but why is that? Everyone has a chronological age (how old you are). But, you also have a biological age, which is a representation of how quickly your body’s cellular and molecular functions are deteriorating.
Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious three-course meal from the PALM Café and a discussion from functional medicine physician Dr. Karrie Hohn. As we age, maintaining a consistently healthy weight can become increasingly challenging. Dr. Hohn will reveal some of the lesser-known factors associated with weight gain and address the reasons why weight maintenance can be such a challenge. She will provide tips to correct course if you’ve noticed your weight creeping up, tools you can use to manage your weight consistently in the long-term, and ways you can balance your lifestyle to give yourself the best chance of success.
We get it: making changes to your health habits can feel really overwhelming, especially if you’re just starting out. It’s true, there are a lot of components to managing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle: proper nutrition, regular exercise, stress management, treating underlying conditions, and staying motivated. While all of these components are important to bring to the table if you want to sustain a healthy lifestyle in the long run, there are plenty of ways you can start small and ease yourself into it.
Join us for an evening with Jillian Tedesco, founder and CEO of fit-flavors and Le Cordon Bleu certified chef. Jillian will tell her personal story of how Dr. Karrie Hohn and Ashley Kumar at PALM Health assisted in her healing, specifically through the Elimination Diet and figuring out the root cause of her symptoms. She will address how going through the protocol at PALM served as an inspiration for the anti-inflammatory menu items she developed at her own company, fit-flavors.
Have you ever had a persistent symptom that just won’t stop bugging you? Maybe you’re struggling with fatigue, or your gut is constantly irritated? The causes of symptoms like these are often hard to get to the bottom of — and believe it or not, sometimes they may be caused by a problem somewhere else in your body that you might think is unrelated. But how do you find the root cause and treat the problem?
Metabolic syndrome, also known as insulin resistance, refers to a cluster of risk factors that includes increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol levels, which may increase your chance of developing serious health conditions. In this webinar, Dr. Karrie Hohn will discuss the root cause of diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease and how to treat the symptoms of metabolic syndrome to reduce your risk of developing further health conditions.
Did you know that there is a very simple key to living longer? It’s a remedy that also enhances your memory, makes you more creative, slows aging, keeps you healthy, prevents disease, and makes you happier overall. It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?
You’ve seen it. You’ve heard about it. You may even have some of it lurking in your basement. But do you know just how much it can actually influence your health? Mold is everywhere. It travels through the air outside and inside in the form of spores, and you inhale them regularly. For the most part, these spores are harmless. But the real trouble comes when spores find patches of moisture and grow into toxic mold that can continue to grow in places where you spend a lot of time — like your home or your office building. When toxic mold is present indoors in your space, it becomes a much more constant threat to your health.
Did you know that your skin loses more than 25% of its ability to hold moisture in the wintertime? As the colder weather creeps in, the air becomes drier and actually pulls moisture from your skin. Not only that, but your heaters and fireplaces also have a dehydrating and drying effect. Take a look at these five tips from PALM Health’s lead esthetician, Tommy Tenholder, on how to adjust your skincare routine during the colder months.