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  • 06/12/17

    We are excited to announce our new telemedicine app Twistle! It is a HIPAA compliant way to communicate with your doctor – like texting.  It is also a way to send patient records/results directly to patients. Please click this link Patient Guide to Activating Twistle to download the activation instructions!

  • 05/18/17

    A study by Duke University, which was published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A, provides evidence that Splenda destroys 50% of your healthy bacteria and contributes to increases in body weight. Researchers from Columbia University and the University of Miami found that a single diet soda (Aspartame) daily over a period […]

  • 04/04/17

    I wish to thank Private Physicians Medical Associations and Stephanie Lapinski for offering their weight loss/lifestyle change program – “Our Essential Edibles” – Simple Foods for Health With Dr. Van Meter’s oversight and Stephanie’s direction, education, and follow up, I’m down 45 pounds from 305+ pounds. I’ve lost 6 inches from my waist (46” to […]

  • 03/30/17

    Quick Crock Pot Chili This delicious and simple recipe is the perfect go to for the weeknight and left over lunches! Ingredients 1 pound ground beef (grass fed/pasture raised) cooked 32 – 40 ounces chopped tomatoes in juice 1 quart home canned 64 ounces tomato juice 2 quarts home canned 1 cup chopped green pepper […]

  • 03/21/17

    Try this delicious recipe for a snack or breakfast! Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain all nine essential amino acids. It is also high in fiber, magnesium, B-vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants.   Ingredients 3/4 cup uncooked quinoa (red, white, […]

  • 03/13/17

    From the CostcoConnection Did you know that the average e adult catches 2-3 colds per year, according to the CDC?  And, although the flu virus can linger a few hours on a surface, the cold virus can last for 8-12 hours and the norovirus can hang on for 28 days. 80% of infectious disease transmission comes through […]