Wellness / Biohacking

Why is Vitamin D so Important?

By Jennifer Jacques, NP   Background You need Vitamin D because it is an essential nutrient that is needed for proper bone growth and maintenance, for proper immune function, and also to protect against some malignancies. There is also some research that shows an increased risk of poor sleep quality, mood swings, depression, low energy, …

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What happened to my skin?

What the H* Happened to my Skin?

By Natalie Ledbetter DAcOM   I don’t know about everyone else but I noticed a big change in my skin when I turned 45 and again when I turned 51 or so. When I turned 45, I had not been taking care of my skin the way I should and it looked very rough, dry, …

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essential oils

Essential Oils and Why I love Them

By Katie Ladner L.E. I have been using essential oils in my business for 20 years and I love them! Why did I start?? The lady that trained me used them and told me how fabulous they were but without an explanation, so I went with it. It took me another 10 years to actually …

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B12 injections

All About B12 Injections

By Natalie Ledbetter CRNA, DAcOM B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that is important in many functions in the body. Without it, the body cannot function properly and can suffer permanent damage. Supplementing B12 in instances of deficiency can reverse many negative symptoms and can prevent permanent damage if it has not already occurred. B12 can …

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Facial cupping and frequency healing

What is Vibrational or Frequency Healing?

By Katie Ladner, LE For years western medicine laughed off vibrational or frequency (energy) healing at pretty much “quackery”. Now over the last several years energy healing has become a part of integrative medicine. Its gaining popularity with people seeking healing from energetic blocks from trauma, grief, loss, sexual abuse, and every day stress and …

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Good riddance Spider Veins! What is Sclerotherapy and How Does it Work?

By Natalie Ledbetter CRNA, DAcOM   Sclerotherapy has been used for decades. No, it is not an exotic treatment for overcoming issues from childhood. It is a method of treating spider veins and varicose veins. The lymphatic vessels can be treated with sclerotherapy as well. Sclerotherapy uses a medication or chemical solution that is injected …

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Facial cupping and frequency healing

Facial Cupping – What is it and what does it achieve?

By Katie Ladner, L.E. Have you ever seen someone walking around with weird circular bruising on their back, well that my lovelies is called cupping. Cupping started back in Chinese traditional medicine in 281 CE. The Chinese medicine practitioners would hollow out horns and use the technique to drain toxins from the body. Over time …

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10 Amazing Benefits Of Chlorophyll

Written by: Katie Ladner 1. Helps Control Hunger Compounds found in Chlorophyll suppress hunger & stabilize blood sugar 2.Controls Body Odor 62 patients were studied, it was reported improvements in the odors emanating from the test subjects 3.Encourages Healing  a recent study has shown when used as a topical spray chlorophyll encourages wound healing. 4.Promotes Cleansing Environmental toxins such …

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Estrogen production with BioTE

Written  by: Katie Ladner, L.E As us women enter menopause, their internal estrogen production sharply declines resulting in estrogen deficiency. This starts to exacerbate the effects of both normal and environmental skin aging. According to some new scientific study published last year, estrogens prevent skin aging. They increase skin thickness and improve skin moisture.  They are …

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Educate Yourself About Skin

Written by: Katie Ladner, L.E As an Esthetician I am always trying to educate my clients about good health and their skin conditions. Your gut plays one of the biggest roles in how your skin functions. Becoming more educated on diet, nutritional supplements, skincare products and services will help you in your beauty journey. One …

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Pro-Nox

Written by: Brielle Kirk, PA-C   Scared of pain during some of our laser procedures? Well, we have something that can help! ProNox is a system that can help ease anxiety, and therefore pain, during some of our uncomfortable procedures. ProNox delivers a gas through a mouthpiece that is made up of 50% nitrous oxide …

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Most Common Questions Asked

Written by Lauren Klein   Working in this field we get a lot of questions asked about us in general, services and treatments, and also skincare. I am sure if we are getting some of the same questions asked daily, that YOU might be looking for the answer to some of the same questions.. so …

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Hyperhidrosis

Written by: Brielle Kirk, PA-C Hyperhidrosis is a condition in which a person sweats more than what is normal. It can occur under the armpits, the hands and feet, and also the face. There is no harm that is caused by this, however, it can lead to embarrassment and annoyance for the person suffering from …

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Stay Ahead of Your Health

Written by: Stephanie Borjas, NP ‘Tis the season… for a lot of yucky respiratory infections. The winter months bring cold weather, and more time spent together indoors places us at risk for viruses and illnesses. Our immune systems need us now more than ever to support it with the best vitamins and supplements for this …

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Lets Talk Diet

Written by: Katie Ladner, L.E   So lets talk about our diets. I personally have always been a big advocate of no dairy, no gluten and minimal processed foods and refined sugars because what you put in your mouth with show on your face and body! We all have to remember our skin is out …

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Fillers and Vaccines

  Written by: Stephanie Marie Borjas, FNP-C  Heard the news? Moderna’s COVID19 vaccine may cause temporary swelling in patients with cosmetic filler! During Phase 3 of the vaccine’s clinical trials, two participants with facial fillers experienced swelling at the site of their injectables. Hyaluronic Acid dermal fillers such as Juvederm are injected into areas that …

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ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet

Written by: Brielle Kirk, PA-C Feel like you need a reset after all of the Holiday eating? Prolon is a great way to get back on track with healthy eating! ProLon® is a 5-day, plant-based dietary program that provides your body with nourishment, while also promoting rejuvenating changes and supporting metabolic balance. Over 20 years …

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Health: Inside and Out

Written by: Rebecca Marroquin, L.E Foods and Your Skin  There’s no single food that has a zero-sum effect on your body. Everything you eat either benefits your health, or it doesn’t. The same is true for your skin; some foods are beneficial while others aren’t. To help you understand the way food and your skin …

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Multivitamin

Written by: Brielle Kirk, PA-C.   What should be in your multivitamin? There are so many options when it comes to consuming micronutrients. With the overload of information on social media, how can we tell which ones are most important for us? I’ll discuss the top 10 micronutrients I believe are most important and should …

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Liver Detox

Written by: Katherine Ehresman How to Naturally Detox Your Liver Things you can do at home… So, now that you’ve learned about some of the signs and symptoms that indicate you may have a toxic liver you’ve determined that perhaps it is time to put down the margarita and chips and queso and start paying …

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Metabolic Syndrome 

Written by: Dr. Natalie Ledbetter According to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease control (CDC), 42.4% of all adult Americans suffer from obesity. Many patients with obesity at are at increased risk for serious health complications. Obesity, especially visceral obesity, which is concentrated around the midsection, is strongly associated with metabolic syndrome. This …

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Good Night, Skin Tight!

Written by: Rebecca Marroquin, L.E How much sleep are you getting? How important is it really? Consultation time with new patients can often turn into lament sessions on “why is my skin misbehaving when I’m living a healthy lifestyle!?” I go through the basic questions of skincare regiment, diet and exercise, water intake etc. All …

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Vitamin D

Written By: Dr Natalie Ledbetter The Amazing Vitamin that is Really a Hormone- Vitamin D Vitamin D has gotten a lot of press lately and for a good reason. It is an incredible substance that plays a huge role in many functions in our bodies. It is a fat-soluble vitamin that is also a hormone …

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Viracid

Written By Dr. Natalie Ledbetter An Excellent Supplement Formula to Support the Immune System Doing the Corona virus pandemic, I was looking for different nutritional supplements that would help to support my immune system and keep me healthy. I did a search of various products looking at their contents and anecdotal evidence as to their …

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IV Therapy

Written by: Lauren Klein IV THERAPY Here at L Aesthetics and Longevity we want to make sure you always feel your best! Whether you are not feeling well from a hangover or if it is just to add some extra vitamins into your system, we are here to help you! We have a wide variety …

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The Benefits of Infrared Sauna Therapy

Written By: Dr. Natalie Ledbetter The Benefits of Infrared Sauna Therapy Health/Wellness Infrared therapy consists of short-term exposure to waves of light in the nonvisible spectrum to increase core body temperature. Infrared light has longer wavelengths than that of visible red light and can penetrate deeper into the tissues. Infrared warms by depositing energy directly …

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Probiotics

Written by: Natalie Ledbetter DAcOM, MSN, MSNA, CRNA   Probiotics: Should I use them and does the brand matter? There are more cells in our bodies that are not human than cells that are. We have microbes living on our skin, in our mouth and gastro-intestinal tract, and in our nose. There are mites that …

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Turmeric- The Awesome Ancient Herb Most of us Need Today!

Written by: Natalie Ledbetter, DAcOM, MSN, MSNA, CRNA Turmeric Most people on our planet today are full of inflammation and inflammation is thought to be at the root of many diseases and many signs of aging. There is an ancient herb that has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for centuries. This ancient herb …

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Exosomes

By: Billy Ledbetter, Jr., M.D. What are exosomes? Exosomes are said to be the future of cellular medicine.  They have been found to have positive impacts on wellness, antiaging and longevity. Exosomes are tiny subcellular nanovesicles produced inside of cells, but released to the outside of cells.  They carry information to other cells that are …

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Elderberry: What is it?

By: Dr. Natalie Ledbetter CRNA, DAcOM Elderberry (most commonly Sambucus nigra, also known as European elderberry or black elderberry) has many health promoting properties.  In Chinese medicine it is known by the pinyan name, Jie Gu Mu.  Elderberry has been used for centuries in various traditional medicines as a home remedy to promote health and vitality and strengthen …

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