Introducing Sarah L. Bingham MS

For more information and to register, please contact the office.


Sarah Bingham is a Nutrition Consultant.  She will be doing private consultation with patients on Thursday for $100 per hour.  Follow up appointments are at $25 per 15 minutes.  This will begin February 7th with group classes.


Beginning on June 23rd, Sarah Bingham M.S. will be hosting a monthly workshop called "Re-Think Food" or "Nutrition for Your Child 101".  Pre-registration is required.  The deadline is Friday, June 21st at 3pm.


To Register, call The Franz Center at (407) 857-8860.

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Before You Tidy Up After Your Pet, Consider This New Discovery

By Dr. Becker

In the last dozen years, numerous studies have emerged that suggest children who grow up with a dog or cat are less likely to develop allergies, asthma, and respiratory and ear infections than children without pets.

  • In a 2012 study published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers showed that infants who had contact with dogs in the home had 31 percent fewer respiratory tract illnesses and infections, 44 percent fewer ear infections, and 29 percent fewer antibiotic prescriptions than kids with no contact with dogs.
  • A study published in 2011 in the journal Clinical & Experimental Allergy showed that infants living in homes with cats have 50 percent fewer cat allergies than children not exposed to kitties from birth to one year of age. 
  • A 2009 study published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology showed that kids who lived with both a cat and a dog were less likely than other children to have allergies at age 13. 
  • A 2008 study published in the journal Clinical & Experimental Allergy concluded that exposure to dogs in infancy – especially around the time of birth – is associated with changes in immune development and a reduction in wheezing and allergic hypersensitivity. 
  • A study published in 2002 in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that infants exposed to two or more dogs or cats during their first year had fewer allergies not only to pets, but also to dust mites and ragweed.
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Imaging Technology Finally Reveals How Emotions Manifest in Your Body

By Dr. Mercola

I’ve often said that you cannot divorce your health from your emotions. Every feeling you have affects some part of your body, and stress can wreak havoc on your physical health—especially if you’re not exercising or eating right, as both of these can help keep stress in check in the first place.

Still, even if you’re doing everything “right,” your emotions—both chronic and acute—can wield great power over your body.

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