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Dr. Shel Discusses Getting To The Root Cause of Women’s Health

Dr. Shel and happy client join Deborah Duncan of Great Day Houston to discuss “Get Well With Dr. Shel”   As a Registered Nurse, Mrs. Goynes came to Dr. Shel not feeling like herself. She shares that she struggled with stress and anxiety, mood swings, depression, and weight gain, but wanted an alternative to conventional… Read More »




Give Your Weight Loss A Boost with IV Therapy

One way to help you on your journey to look and feel your best, is to give your weight loss a boost via IV therapy! The goal of the weight loss IV is ultimately to assist in weight loss by reducing body fat. TheWeight Loss IV is designed to assist the body in its fat burning… Read More »


Why Your Exhaustion Is Ever-Present

Are you feeling unusually tired and unable to find relief to your fatigue? Are you feeling overwhelmed or unable to get out of bed in the morning – but perhaps feel a boost in energy in the evenings? You may be suffering from a condition known as adrenal fatigue. When your adrenal glands function below… Read More »


Moving into Menopause: 3 Things You May Not Know

Menopause is something that affects all women, and begins typically around age 50. A woman’s ovaries stop releasing eggs and her menstrual cycle stops. In the time leading up to menopause, often referred to as perimenopause, a woman may experience many different changes in her life: her hormones and period frequency may begin to change… Read More »


The Top Five Benefits of Fillers

Injectable fillers can give you a more youthful look for a fraction of traditional dermatological procedures. Dermal fillers are generally used for smoothing fine lines and wrinkles, and for adding volume and fullness to skin that is beginning to suffer from volume loss. These volumizers, can often work wonders with plumping and lifting cheeks, chins,… Read More »



Are You Toxic? Three Benefits of Chelation Therapy

Can you believe that humans are exposed to 2.5 billion pounds of toxic chemicals each year?  It might sound like something only tied to rare circumstances of accidental poisoning, but heavy metal toxins are more common than you think. If you have mercury fillings in your teeth (or amalgam fillings), have been vaccinated to prevent… Read More »



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