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Mar 21, 2019

Nutrition For Your Liver.

Let's talk Nutrition........ I can feel the resistance already ;) I am not talking about fad dieting or weight loss, I am talking about eating foods that have the nutrients you need to make cells, that will go the distance. Most diseases today can be contributed to either deficiency or

Mar 12, 2019

Probiotics and Gut Health

When you look at the exploding market for all things antibacterial, you’d be forgiven for thinking that human society is waging biological warfare against bacteria. However, people and microbes have lived symbiotically since the beginning of time, and many types of bacteria actually help your body function better. What are

Feb 14, 2019

GOOD FATS, BAD FATS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

GOOD FATS, BAD FATS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Wouldn’t it be great if healthy eating was as easy as following clearly defined rules that worked for every situation? Yeah, keep dreaming. Nothing in life is that simple, least of all nutrition. Foods that we’ve happily eaten for centuries can

Jan 30, 2019

The importance of proper breathing.

“Breathing dysfunction is frequently associated with common musculoskeletal problems and is present in approximately 60% of active, healthy adults. It is also a contributing factor in movement dysfunction and can lead to decreased pain thresholds and impaired motor control and balance.” (Kiesel) The diaphragm – the primary muscle used in

Jan 30, 2019

5 Reasons YOU need to be taking an Omega-3 supplement.

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential cornerstones of human nutrition. They are deemed essential because they can only be obtained through proper diet and nutritional supplementation, and play a key roll in many bodily functions. Omega-3’s are found in nature in 3 main forms: ALA, EPA, and DHA. EPA and DHA

Jan 30, 2019

Looking at the Research, part 2:

A recent article published by Haavik et. al., looked at the effects of chiropractic care on changes in cortical intrinsic inhibitory interactions in patients with chronic neck and upper extremity pain by measuring dual somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) in the median and ulnar nerves. The number of participants in the

Jan 30, 2019

Looking at the Research, part 1:

Today, we are looking at a study that evaluates the connection between the body and its sensory input to the brain, and the affects chiropractic adjustments have on this connection. Below are some definitions which may help you better understand what the authors are describing. Noted Chiropractic researchers, Heidi Haavik

Jan 30, 2019

What if I told you your mobility problem is a stability problem in disguise?

Everyone in the fitness industry is hammering home the importance of mobility right now. And yes, mobility is very important. Without proper mobility, you cannot execute most movements that you would do in the gym or on the field, without compensating somewhere else in your kinetic chain to complete the

Jan 30, 2019

Your _________ hurts, but is your ________ REALLY the problem?

General (insert body part here) pain, soreness or achiness is a common problem among weightlifters, CrossFitters, and athletes in general. But just because something is “common,” it doesn’t mean that it is “normal.” So, unless you’ve had a specific acute traumatic injury or a previous history of significant injury to

Jan 30, 2019

What is Webster's Technique?

Did you know that all of our Doctors are Webster’s certified?... Webster’s Technique is a chiropractic analysis and adjusting technique that was first developed by the late Larry Webster – a renowned pediatric and perinatal chiropractor, and founder of the ICPA. The purpose of the Webster’s Technique is to optimize