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Emotional Stress And Your Spine

People have no problem understanding how a physical stress, such as falling, lifting, or repeated motions, can cause damage to the spine and nervous system.  On the other hand, chemical and emotional stresses may be a little more difficult to understand. The muscles and glands of the body are highly impacted by chemical factors.  So […]

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One Word That Can Save Your Life

Newsweek magazine published an article titled, “The One Word That Can Save Your Life. When it comes to medical tests and procedures such as: CT scans, mammograms, colonoscopies, medications, stents, etc. the one word that can save your life is: NO!!! In the case of PSA blood tests for prostate cancer, electrocardiograms to screen for […]

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Who Told You Soy Was Good For You?

Who Told You Soy Was Good For You? The soy bean itself is a natural food,  Unfortunately, it has become one of the most genetically modified crops in the industry. In countries where studies showed soy benefits, soy is never the main course as it is here for so many consumers trying to eat “healthy.” […]

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Preventing Cancer Is More Possible Than You Think

As has been highly popularized, the public has been taught that there’s virtually nothing to do about cancer other than to have a whole lot of testing and to catch it early.  Happily, others have begun to catch on to the research and the common sense that lifestyle has much and in many cases everything […]

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Snack on Raw Nuts to Prevent Weight Gain

An “extra portion” of raw nuts each day can promote steady, long-term weight loss. While calorie-counting is the popular theory (and is fundamentally correct), it still does not work for everyone aiming to lose weight. When paired with regular exercise, eating  for nutrient content while honoring your body’s satiety (fullness) is a smarter weight-loss strategy than […]

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Hypoglycemia: The Truth about Low Blood Sugar

Because Type II Diabetes has become so prevalent, proactive health consumers have become very well educated about excess blood sugar (Hyperglycemia). Unfortunately, I will often hear patients say, “I’m lucky I don’t have high blood sugar like a diabetic – but I have low blood sugar”  They don’t realize that although they may not face […]

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How to Eat Out without Compromising Your Nutrition Plan

  Restaurants Shouldn’t Ruin Your Nutrition Plans Next time you’re taking the family out to dinner, employ these super simple tips, hints and tricks to ensure you get the best food for your buck. These options are especially helpful if you are on the Advanced Plans. Don’t Let the Menu Decide for You. Plan what you are going […]

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CANCER KILLERS: What does health look like?

Looks are Deceiving Just because you think you eat right or “pretty good,” think you get enough exercise, or even see a chiropractor regularly or occasionally, does not mean you’re protected from cancer! Doing these things correctly prevents or fights cancer. I was working out, eating well, and getting adjusted for years. If you looked at […]

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