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Wellness Blog

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…

The Power of Magnesium

August 19th, 2019
Overall Health

Magnesium plays a role in over 300 enzymatic reactions within the body, including the metabolism of food, synthesis of fatty acids and proteins, and the transmission of nerve impulses. This month we focus on Magnesium which has a number of benefits. Numerous studies have shown that magnesium may: Boost Exercise Performance. Fight Depression. Can Lower read more…

Ultra-processed foods are bad for your health

June 3rd, 2019
Chiropractic

Two separate studies published recently in “The BMJ” link eating the popular factory-made foods that have been ultra-processed with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and an increased risk of early death. While a direct cause-effect relationship has yet to be established, the researchers of both studies note that previous studies have associated highly processed read more…

Dementia: Could garlic be the answer?

April 16th, 2019
Overall Health

Researchers recently identified stark differences in levels of specific gut bacteria in people with dementia. A new study links changes in gut bacteria to dementia. Our bodies swarm with microscopic visitors. On our skin, in our mouths, deep in our lungs, and, of course, nestled in our digestive systems. The bacteria in the gut have read more…