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Dr. Millie Lytle

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Dr. Millie Lytle, ND, CNS, is a naturopathic doctor and public health researcher based globally on the Internet. She lives and works in New York. 

 

Tune in to one of her radio shows live from New York City on Mondays at 11:00am: The Double Diamond Hour (download the podcast here) or Tuesdays at 9:00am: InVite Health RadioLearn more at milliesays.com or on Google+

Dr. Millie Lytle's Work

Healthy Dancer: Nutrition

Key Foods to Eat or Limit By Dr. Millie Lytle

 
Healthy Dancer

Conquering Jet Lag

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Melatonin is a natural hormone produced in the pineal gland of mammalian brains as part of the endocrine system. Production of melatonin is hampered by travel, irregular sleep patterns and more.

Healthy Dancer: Nutrition

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Conquering Jet Lag

 
Healthy Dancer

Food Combining for Performance

By Dr. Millie Lytle

When and what to eat are tricky questions for many people – magnified if you’re a dancer. Rather than blindly grabbing a banana whenever you can fit it in, strategically focus on combining foods that enhance performance and recovery.

Healthy Dancer: Nutrition

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Food combining for Performance

 
Healthy Dancer

The Pros and Cons of Milk

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Though dairy cow products contain good nutrition, they are also potentially problematic.

Healthy Dancer: Nutrition

By Dr. Millie Lytle

The Pros and Cons of Milk

 
Healthy Dancer

Summer Re-charge: Muscle Recovery After a Workout or Performance

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Summer is a great time to fine tune the way you replenish your body’s nutrients after a work out or performance.

 
Healthy Dancer

Strength in Tradition

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Traditional medicine has a long and heterogeneous track record for legitimacy.

Healthy Dancer: Nutrition

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Strength in tradition

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