Gluten: What’s the big deal?

Dr. Kyle will discuss how gluten can negatively affect your health Monday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Have you heard about how common gluten-related health problems are? Did you know digestive problems, diarrhea, weight loss, mouth ulcers, joint pain, rash of unknown origin, abdominal pain, chronic fatigue, weakness, bloating, irritable bowel-like symptoms and an inability to concentrate can all be caused by your body’s reaction to gluten?

Alessio Fasano, M.D., once said, “Imagine gluten ingestion on a spectrum. At one end, you have people with celiac disease, who cannot tolerate one crumb of gluten in their diet. At the other end, you have the lucky people who can eat pizza, pasta and cookies, and have no ill effects whatsoever.”

The only way to know where on this spectrum your body’s reaction to gluten intake fits is to get tested. Then we can formulate a personalized plan of attack to help you get healthier.

At Dr. Pankonin’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition and vitamin supplementation strategy to improve your health. What could you do if you felt better? Travel? Enjoy more time with family? Have more energy for hobbies or reaching goals? Let us help you discover the benefits of better health.

The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

Learn More About Decompression

Chronic back and neck pain changes your life. The good news: There’s hope for lasting relief.

Dr. Kyle will share information about decompression therapy Mon., Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center. There is no charge for admission and refreshments will be served.

We hope you can join us to:

  • Discuss what conditions can benefit from decompression therapy
  • Learn about our custom approach to patient programs
  • Hear from patients who have completed the program
  • Find lasting relief through non-surgical spinal decompression

All are welcome to attend! Please call us with any health questions. We’re here to help you feel your best each day.

Is your body loaded with toxic heavy metals?

Dr. Kyle will discuss the topic of Heavy Metal Toxicity Tuesday, May 13, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Those who attend will learn what toxins we are exposed to on a daily basis and the negative effects they can have on our bodies. Dr. Kyle will share common symptoms and conditions associated with overexposure to heavy metal toxins.

He will discuss the most common heavy metals found in our environment and what toxic sources we encounter daily when using even the most seemingly innocent products.

Wonder what you can do to reduce your toxic load and limit future exposure? Dr. Kyle will share how to test your toxicity levels and safely and naturally reduce your heavy metal load. He will also share several case studies of people who have been able to better manage heavy metal overload symptoms with a specific nutrition program.

At this presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your overall health and avoid or limit heavy metal exposure. Dr. Kyle will share an approach that works on getting you healthy again and how to correctly identify what nutritional supplements you should be taking to attain optimum health.

This lecture will offer great insight and useful information about a topic not often addressed in the media or traditional healthcare field. The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

Do you suffer from diabetes? You’re not alone.

Dr. Kyle will discuss the topic of Diabetes Monday, April 7, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Those who attend will learn the current trends of diabetes and statistics on how many people are affected. Ever wonder what the secret is to avoiding complications associated with this all too common disease? Dr. Kyle will discuss factors that cause or contribute to the onset of diabetes and what you can do to try to avoid complications.

Dr. Kyle will share what nutrients and dietary factors are needed in the body to improve and prevent diabetic issues. He will also share several case studies of people who have been able to better manage diabetes with a specific nutrition program.

At Dr. Kyle’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your health and avoid or manage this disease. He will show you an approach that works on getting you healthy again and how to correctly identify what nutritional supplements you should be taking to attain optimum health.

If you or someone you know deals with the daily challenges of managing diabetes, this lecture will offer great insight and useful information. The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

Does your health match your age?

Dr. Kyle will present “Longevity: Does Your Health Confirm Your Age?” Monday, March 10, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Those who attend will explore both the current trends of lifespan and longevity and predictions on what changes the future might bring. Ever wonder what the secret is to a long, healthy life? Observations about people who live to be the oldest will be shared.

Dr. Kyle will share the keys to living a long life and focus on the role nutrition and specific nutritional supplements play in promoting longevity. He will also discuss theories on aging and just how long people can possibly live under the right conditions.

At Dr. Kyle’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your health and promote healthy aging. He will show you an approach that works on getting you healthy again and how to correctly identify what nutritional supplements you should be taking to attain optimum health.

The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

ALCAT Food & Chemical Sensitivity Test

Are you the foods you eat making you sick?

Dr. Kyle will discuss the ALCAT food and chemical sensitivity test Monday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Did you know food and chemical sensitivities can cause a wide range of health problems? Research has shown a link between these sensitivities and health issues including irritable bowel syndrome, migraine headaches, chronic sinusitis, asthma, chronic fatigue, acid reflux, eczema, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, joint inflammation, autism and an inability to lose weight.

Dr. Kyle will discuss how to test for food and chemical sensitivities and what can be done to improve your overall health once sensitivities are identified.

As Lucretius said, “one man’s meat is another man’s poison.” The foods you eat and products you use could actually be causing some of your health problems. The only way to know for sure is to get tested.

We hope you can join us to learn more about the ALCAT test. All are welcome to attend.

Foundations of Health

Say hello to good health in the New Year.

Dr. Kyle will present “Foundations of Health” Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost attend and refreshments will be served.

Do you ever feel like you always know someone who is sick, no matter what time of year it is? Those who attend will learn how people get sick and how common items in our diet and environment contribute to illness.

Dr. Kyle will focus on the 15 pillars of health and what diet items should be avoided as much as possible to fend off sickness. Specific topics will include artificial sweeteners, processed meats, MSG, canned food and drinks, detoxification, microwaving, fried foods, and hydrogenated fats. We will also discuss gallbladder issues, good verses bad fats, refined carbs, preservatives; hormones, steroids and antibiotics in meat; fish, dairy, coffee, liquor, soda, tea, soy, chlorine, and fluoride.

At Dr. Kyle’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your health in the New Year. He will show you an approach that works on getting you healthy again and how to correctly identify what nutritional supplements you should be taking to attain optimum health.

The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

Chill Out: Stress & Its Impact On Our Lives

Feeling stressed this holiday season?

Dr. Kyle will present “Chill Out: Stress & Its Impact On Our Lives” Monday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Stress seems to impact all of our lives, especially throughout the busy holiday season. Those who attend will explore the reasons stress is so much more prevalent in our modern world.

Dr. Kyle will focus on the three sources of stress: physical, spiritual and emotional. He will discuss foods that cause extra stress in our bodies and ways to avoid them, as well as share foods that can actually help minimize the impact of stress.

At Dr. Kyle’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your health and keep your daily stress levels in check. He will show you an approach that works on getting you healthy again and how to correctly identify what nutritional supplements you should be taking to attain optimum health.

The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

Women’s Health: Hormones, Estrogen, Progesterone & Bio-Identical Hormones

Dr. Kyle Pankonin will speak about Women’s Health: Hormones, Estrogen, Progesterone & Bio-Identical Hormones Monday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

There is no cost to attend and refreshments will be served.

Those who attend will explore the history of estrogen replacement therapy, discuss factors that influence estrogen production and regulation and learn about treatment options for peri-menopausal and menopausal symptoms.

Dr. Kyle will also share the 11 reasons women develop hormonal imbalances and discuss conditions associated with hormonal imbalances, including endometriosis, PMS, fibrocystic breasts, pre-menopausal syndrome, polycystic ovarian syndrome, fibroids and breast cancer.

At Dr. Kyle’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your health and not only balance but optimize your hormone levels. He will show you an approach that works on getting you healthy again and how to correctly identify what nutritional supplements you should be taking to attain optimum health.

The talk should last about an hour and all are welcome to attend.

Weight Loss, Thyroid & Fats

Struggling with weight loss or thyroid issues?

Dr. Kyle will speak about Weight Loss, Thyroid & Fats Monday, October 21, at 7 p.m. at the Lamberton Community Center.

We hope you can join us to:

  • Learn the Top 5 Reasons for Weight Gain
  • Identify Common Weight Loss Myths
  • Learn How to Lose Weight & Be Healthier

At Dr. Kyle’s presentation, you will learn a common sense nutrition strategy to improve your health and reduce or eliminate weight loss and thyroid issues. He will show you an approach that works on getting you healthy again and not just on reaching temporary goals.

We hope you can join us to learn more about weight loss, thyroid issues and healthy vs. harmful fats. There is no cost, and refreshments will be served. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your health care team!