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Gluten Free Soft Ginger Cookies

1.5 Cups of Almond Flour ½ Cup of Coconut Flour ½ TSP of Salt 2 ½ TSP of Cinnamon 1 TSP of Ginger 3½ TBSP of Coconut Oil 1/3 Cup of Maple Syrup 2 TBSP of Molasses 1 Egg Instructions: Preheat Oven to 380℉. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until well combined. With […]

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Preventing the Common Cold

It happens to everyone: the stuffy nose, the sneezing, the achiness, and the fatigue. Everyone has faced the uncomfortable realities of the common cold. When temperatures drop and the days are shorter, your immune system weakens, and you can become more susceptible to catching a cold. With the holidays right around the corner, it’s a […]

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A Guide to Holiday Health

There seems to be an unfortunate correlation between the increasing hustle and bustle of the holidays and getting sick. Here is a 7-Step guide to staying healthy this holiday season: Stay Warm: Wear lots of layers during cool weather! Make sure to invest in a wind-resistant coat, especially if you spend a lot of time […]

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Cold vs. Flu

It can be tricky to determine if you have a common cold or the flu since you may experience some of the same symptoms. Generally speaking, the flu will make you feel worse than a cold and the symptoms are more severe and intense. Colds are often very treatable and typically do not result in […]

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Constipation: How Much Do You Know About Why You Can’t Go?

Test your knowledge about constipation with this quick quiz: Constipation is generally defined as having fewer than three bowel movements per week. Although suffering from occasional constipation can be normal, prolonged symptoms may require medical attention. Sometimes constipation can be improved through lifestyle changes: Eating a high-fiber diet that is filled with vegetables, grains, legumes, […]

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Easy Applesauce Recipe

This easy applesauce is a family-favorite and perfect as a snack or side during the fall season! Ingredients 4 Apples 1 to 2 tablespoons of brown sugar Pinch of cinnamon (to taste) Directions Peel, core and dice up apples and place in a medium microwaveable bowl. Cover and microwave until softened, about 4 – 5 […]

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Staying Active in Chilly Weather

It’s beginning to cool down and, before we know it, the days will be shorter. It can be difficult to stay motivated to exercise when your cozy couch is also an enticing option! Here are some tips to staying active during chilly weather: Head to the gym: Use the chilly weather as a reason to […]

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Get Your Flu Shot!

It’s that time of year again. School has started back. The leaves are changing. Cold weather is around the corner. If you haven’t already, it’s time for you and your family members to get the flu shot! Peak flu season is typically December through February, but it can begin as early as October and last […]

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Depression Screenings: Are You At Risk?

Approximately 40 million American adults struggle with depression or anxiety on a daily basis. At Sensenbrenner Primary Care, we are acutely aware that many of our patients cope with mental health issues. For this reason, we want to raise awareness of how important it is to be screened for depression. Screenings help to bring depression […]

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Healthy Pumpkin Granola

This high-fiber granola is perfect for a cozy fall breakfast or snack! Plus, it’s Vegan and Gluten-free. Ingredients: 3 Cups of Gluten-Free Rolled Oats 1.5 Cup of Pecans 3 TBS of Flaxseed Meal 2 TBS of Almond Butter ½ TSP of Sea Salt 1 TSP of Pumpkin Pie Spice ½ Cup of Coconut Oil ¼ […]

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