Entries by Meredith Gaston

Transform Your Heart Health the Integrative Way 

An Interview with Dr. Jason Reingold MD, FACC, North Atlanta Heart and Vascular Specialist   Here at Longevity, we love partnering with like-minded practitioners in the community as we come alongside our patients on their wellness journeys. One of those practitioners is North Atlanta Heart and Vascular Specialist Dr. Jason Reingold.  Dr. Reingold graduated from […]

Men’s Health Series: Part 2 – Unmasking the threat

Unmasking the threat: Cardiovascular Disease in Men by Janelle Bertler, Traditional Naturopathic Practitioner   Despite medical advances and technologies the leading cause of death worldwide for both men and women is cardiovascular disease (CVD). Heart disease claims millions of lives each year! Although CVD affects both men and women, let’s shed some light on the […]

How To Prepare Your Kids for a Healthy and Happy School Year

An Interview with Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Niccole Edwins of Explore Health and Wellness Pediatrics Our patients are always on the hunt for a pediatrician that will respect and support them in their holistic nutrition and lifestyle efforts, and we often refer them to Niccole Edwins, Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Explore Health and Wellness Pediatrics. […]

Men’s Health Series: Part 1 Mental Wellbeing

by Janelle Bertler, Traditional Naturopathic Practitioner   Little did I know that finding myself dating again in my 40’s would lead to a new found appreciation for men, yet this story isn’t about my dating experience. It’s about the many MANY amazing human beings that I have met along the dating journey. Couple this appreciation […]

The Health Benefits of Coffee Enemas

By Mariela Amiri, Traditional Naturopath & Patient Coordinator  A coffee enema is a type of colon cleanse used in alternative medicine. During the procedure, a mixture of brewed, caffeinated coffee and water is inserted into the colon through the rectum.  The purpose of coffee enemas is to promote the removal of pathogens and free radicals […]

Shedding Light On Lyme Disease

By Mariela Amiri, Traditional Naturopath & Patient Coordinator   May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, so I want to shed a little light on this all-too-common illness, as well as some of the misinformation surrounding it. Lyme disease is the fastest growing infectious disease in the world. There are more than 400,000 new recorded cases […]

Mold Sensitivity: How This Harmful Toxin Could Be Impacting Your Health

By Anna Powers, ND, Bioenergetic Practitioner Mold is part of the cleanup crew of life. It helps break down debris, so it can return to the earth. To grow, mold needs high humidity and a cellulose-based fuel source such as wood, plants or sheetrock. Mold spores can be tracked into our homes from shoes, clothing, […]


Environmental Illness and Total Body Burden

By Janelle Bertler, Traditional Naturopath   It is true that our bodies have a natural detoxification system. Yet, our world is more toxic today than the times our great grandparents lived in and our bodies just can’t keep up!  Let me introduce you to the idea of the total body burden. We liken the body […]