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Wellness Blog

Eating These Foods Can Reduce Depression in Just 3 Weeks

January 9th, 2020
Overall Health

According to a recent study, replacing beer and pizza with fish and fruit made young people less depressed. Research suggests poor diet is associated with mental health disorders like anxiety and depression but can changing your diet really reduce these symptoms after you exhibit them? A new randomized controlled trial on young adults shows that read more…

New Year? How Active Should You Be?

January 6th, 2020
Overall Health

A new year typically brings new resolutions. While making resolutions is easy, sticking with them is not. Exercise-related resolutions consistently make the top 10 lists, but up to 80 percent of resolutions to be healthier, including promises to exercise more, are tossed aside by February. You know physical activity is good for you but that read more…

14 Healthy High Fiber, Low Carbohydrate Foods

December 3rd, 2019
Overall Health

Low carb diets have been linked to several impressive health benefits. Research has shown that they’re particularly effective at reducing hunger and aiding weight loss. They’ve also been associated with decreased blood pressure and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, as well as increased HDL (good) cholesterol. What’s more, low carb diets have been found to improve read more…

The Healthiest Smoothie

November 1st, 2019
Overall Health

Smoothies are one of the easiest breakfasts you can make. In order to create a filling smoothie that will help you lose weight, Leslie Langevin, MS, author of The Anti-Inflammatory Kitchen Cookbook suggested this recipe formula: 1-cup fruit:berries are the highest in fiber and antioxidants. 1-cup milk of choice:If using plant-based milk, try getting one read more…

The Correlation Between Alzheimer’s and Trans Fat

November 1st, 2019
Chiropractic

According to a new study published in the Journal of Neurology, people with higher levels of trans fat in their blood may be 50% to 75% more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. “This study demonstrates there are negative brain/cognitive outcomes, in addition to the known cardiovascular outcomes, that are related to a diet read more…