Pesticides in our produce, a concern?

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American consumers are increasingly seeking fruits and vegetables with less pesticide. Why?  Consider that nearly two-thirds of produce samples contain pesticide residues–known toxins which can hamper human intelligence, behavior, and health. Pesticides remain on and/or in fruits and vegetables, even when they are washed and in some cases, even when peeled. Unfortunately, it can be […]

Welcome to our chiropractic practice!

It’s with pleasure that I welcome you to our chiropractic practice.  I would like to take a moment and share with you some of the thought processes behind what you may of recently experienced with us: 1.  X-rays:  You may have had the impression that chiropractors, like dentists, immediately order x-rays on every new client.  With us you probably picked up […]

Fat soluble toxin management

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We know from blood and biopsy studies that weight-loss can be associated with an alarming release of fat soluble toxins from fat cells into the general circulation–but short of these studies, most of us will likely never know for sure how much toxin our fat cells harbor. There is little doubt that as most of us […]

Are smoothies a good idea?

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We’re reminded to regularly enjoy our fruit and vegetables and even to sweeten our smoothies with bananas and carrots.  An apple a day keeps the doctor away….we’ve all been taught fruit is good us.  However, too much fruit isn’t such a good idea for most of us. This is because tasty fruit (ripe) is loaded […]

Flank steak with baked rutabaga fries

Flank Steak

FLANK STEAK WITH BAKED RUTABAGA FRIES Serves one person 7 oz flank steak 2 cups rutabaga, peeled & julienned 1/2 Tbsp chilli powder 1/2 Tbsp oregano 1 tsp lime juice 1/4 tsp grapeseed oil sea salt & pepper to taste Preheat the oven to 425°F In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix together the rutabaga, […]

June is International Men’s Health month!

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The goal of Men’s Health Month is to raise awareness of male health issues on a global level and encourage men and boys to seek regular medical advice and early treatment for disease and injury. Men’s Health Facts [1] 12.1% of men 18 years and over are in fair or in poor health (2012) 20.9% […]

Symptoms of PCOS

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Irregular menstrual cycles with severe cramping and bleeding; pelvic pain, Acne, oily skin and dandruff, Coarse facial and body hair (stops progressing with improved insulin sensitivity), Male pattern baldness and thinning hair (body thinks its male), Frizzy hair (usually improves with enhanced insulin sensitivity), Weight gain and a constant battle to keep the weight off […]

Avoiding Wheat

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Eating Gluten-Free & the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method In the last several years, there has been a growing awareness in the medical community of gluten-related disorders. New research shows that the ingestion of foods containing gluten can detrimentally affect a larger segment of the population than previously believed. Gluten is a protein found in […]

Failed weight-loss attempts

Feeling Dizzy After Car Wreck

Like all great endeavors, struggling with your weight can be miserable and depressing.  That’s one of the reasons why successful weight-loss, for the chronically overweight individual, is so inspiring to us all. Like quitting smoking, weight-loss can prove itself to be very challenging and leave one feeling frustrated (i.e. angry).  As with failed stop-smoking attempts, […]