Discover how to switch your body's energy sources to using "Stored Energy" while minimizing blood sugar spikes and insulin surges.
Learn how to prevent a constant flood of insulin in your body, which can result in "insulin resistance" and greatly increase the demand placed on your pancreas.
Discover which foods spike blood sugar and which don't, and strategies to keep your energy up while making healthy choices a no-brainer.
It all starts with "Glucose Load Balancing"Learn More
Dr. Marlene Merritt received her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine in 2000 and is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. She is licensed both by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners and by the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and is board certified by the NCCAOM. She is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist, is Board Certified in Bariatric Counseling, and is currently studying for an additional Masters degree in Human Nutrition. In addition to a full clinical practice, she lectures nationally with her husband, Dr. Will Mitchell, to healthcare practitioners all over the U.S. and Canada on issues ranging from diabetes, endocrine dysfunction, blood chemistry, nutrition, and Celiac disease/gluten intolerance.
After the food industry spend BILLIONS in the 1980's taking the "low-fat is healthy" message to the masses, obesity statistics and Diabetes problems surged beyond belief.Discover Why
"I feel better today than I have in over 10 years. I have been amazed at the mental clarity, energy and focus, plus the 20 lbs. and 7+ inches off my waist is an added bonus."
"The regime and treatments designed and monitored by Dr. Marlene have improved my quality of life to a degree I didn’t think possible. I now have more energy and vitality and I am able to enjoy doing more things than I ever could in the past."
"I simply can’t believe I lost 10 pounds in a week! I wasn’t doing it for weight loss, but I tell you — I’m never going back to how I was eating before. I feel fantastic!"
July 13, 2014
Dr. Marlene Merritt, DOM, MS Nutrition What’s the deal with salt? You know you need some of it, but everywhere you see advertising and headlines telling you to eat less of it. You might have salt cravings but you feel guilty indulging in them because you’ve heard from everyone, the government to personal trainers to your mother-in-law, that salt is bad for you. The way headlines sound, you’d get the…Read More
June 28, 2014
By Dr. Marlene Merritt, DOM, MS Nutrition You probably have heard the grumbling from some people, saying how could gluten intolerance be real, we’ve eaten wheat since biblical times and that this is all in people’s heads. You see whole sections of supermarkets devoted to eating gluten-free, and restaurants trying to keep up with separate menus and options. So what’s the real story on this? Let’s straighten out a few things…Read More
May 8, 2014
By Dr. Marlene Merritt, DOM, MS Nutrition People are quick to say that the reason we are so overweight in this country is because we eat too much and don’t exercise enough. But if that was so, how do you explain the epidemic of obese 6-month old babies? Are they not spending enough time on the treadmill? Any theory that tries to explain the obesity and diabetes epidemic must also be…Read More
April 12, 2014
Confused about blood sugar and it’s problems? Dr. Marlene Merritt from the Merritt Wellness Center in Austin, Texas, clearly explains how the problems started, progressed, and how most people are inadvertently making things worse. 4 out of 5 adults at the age of 55 are diabetic or pre-diabetic — this video explains how that occurred and why it will only continue to happen.Read More