1. 7 Must-Do, (Post-Holiday-Eating-Frenzy) Tasks to Get Back on Track

    December 27, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    They say (in jest) the holidays aren’t the holidays if you aren’t teetering on alcoholism and diabetes. While a funny and exaggerated statement, it is true most of us tend to imbibe and indulge more than we should during the merriest of days. Here are 7 MUST-DO tasks to get yourself back on track and ready to […]

  2. Did You Know: Halloween Bloat & Healthy Thanksgiving

    November 2, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    Anyone feeling a candy hangover from Halloween? Walking for hours with our little ghosts, witches, and Dorothy’s (one Mom spotted 5 pairs of sparkly red shoes!), it’s hard not to sample their bucket of treats. Starting with Halloween, the sweets and the calories of the Fall and Winter holidays start to pile up. And Thanksgiving […]

  3. Did You Know: Pumpkin Protein Shake

    October 26, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    Need a boost of protein for all those Fall activities? Skip the spiced latte and opt for healthy, natural Naturalogics™ Protein Wellness Shakes for a quick delicious boost! A Millers employee recently told us about her favorite recipe this time of year for a Pumpkin Protein Shake! It’s easy: Combine the following ingredients in a blender: […]

  4. Did You Know: Fats, Brain Function & Avocados!

    May 11, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    Did you know that your brain is about 60 percent fat? The fats you eat strongly influence your level of brain function. It is the type of fat that matters, not the amount. Learning about fats can be confusing. When you go to the grocery store, you’re confronted with advertisements telling you that a product […]

  5. Did You Know: Clean Eating

    March 9, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    As we celebrate March, National Nutrition Month, Millers would like to introduce you to Clean Eating and Meet Chef Carrie! But First! Why would a Pharmacy promote Nutrition? Well, as America searches for ways to ease the rising cost of healthcare, Pharmacy and the Pharmacists would like to help. The pharmacist is now being challenged […]

  6. March is National Nutrition Month

    February 29, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

      Nutrition is the key to maintaining a long and healthy life. Eating healthy and nutritious food will help reduce the risk of: Heart disease Stroke Bone loss Some forms of cancer Anemia High blood pressure High cholesterol Diabetes Here are a few Common Sense Food Rules. And watch this video to learn about Clean […]

  7. Did You Know: Salt

    February 5, 2016 by Kathleen Wolfe

    Salt is not just salt! Salt is an essential part of all human and animal life. Our body uses salt to maintain some of its essential functions. For example, salt is used to uptake certain nutrients from our intestines. Salt also helps to maintain fluid in our blood cells and to relay information in our […]

  8. Dry Mouth

    February 12, 2013 by

    When your mouth is as dry as a desert, it’s tough to talk and food tastes like cardboard. If this condition occurs often or when you’re not at the beach or running a marathon, you may have xerostomia. This condition is caused by a complete absence or very low levels of saliva. If your saliva […]

  9. Vitamin B12 and Your Brain

    February 7, 2013 by

    We all worry about losing our ability to think clearly. If we misplace our keys, we’re certain that our brains are failing. Rest assured that occasional lapses happen to everyone and are perfectly normal. Recently, researchers from Tufts University published a study in the Journal of The American Geriatrics Society about the effect of Vitamin […]

  10. New Year New You in 2013

    January 19, 2013 by

    At Millers Pharmacy, we support a science-based health care approach, which assesses and treats underlying causes of illness through individually tailored therapies. If you’re having trouble losing weight or just feeling blah, a comprehensive health survey can review your nutritional and hormonal conditions to help find a solution. The professionals at Millers will then work […]