Wellness Blog

The Correlation Between Alzheimer’s and Trans Fat

November 1st, 2019

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…

Acupuncture and Side Effects of Chemotherapy

October 24th, 2019

A 2018 study published in the World Journal of Acupuncture-Moxibustion looked at the effect of acupuncture treatments on rectal cancer patients who were experiencing hand-foot syndrome caused by their chemotherapy treatments. Hand-foot syndrome is a known side effect of chemotherapy characterized by redness, swelling, tingling, numbness, itching and pain in the palms of the hands read more…

Natural Ways to Help Stay in Cancer Remission

October 24th, 2019
Overall Health

There are a variety of ways to stay healthy once your cancer is in remission. Here are a few that are accessible to anyone in recovery. Lifestyle changes Diet can be a huge factor for staying healthy during cancer remission. You want to treat your body as best you can to prevent cancer from coming read more…

3 Alternative Treatments to Support Cancer Care

October 24th, 2019
Overall Health

According to the National Cancer Institute, acupuncture can be used as a complementary therapy in system management of cancer-related symptoms such as side effects to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, boosting blood cell count and improve natural killer cell activity. Acupuncture The National Institutes of Health have confirmed that there is evidence acupuncture is effective in postoperative read more…

Can These Foods Reduce Anxiety and Depression?

October 10th, 2019
Overall Health

Eating more fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and certain spices for just three weeks helped significantly improve depression symptoms in college students. The right nutrition in food provided mood-boosting benefits. After just three weeks, the group consuming a healthier diet showed significant improvements in mood. In fact, they no longer showed moderate-to-high depression scores, but rather read more…