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cherry night smoothie

Cherry Night Smoothie

This healthy smoothie contains pumpkin seeds which are very high in L-tryptophan as well as cherries which are one of the highest natural sources of natural melatonin. Dark chocolate contains natural seratonin to help you relax. Cherries also have a natural sweetness and a low glycemic index which helps keep blood sugar intact with the […]

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Balsamic Maple Salad Dressing

This is my new favorite salad dressing. It is simple and easy to make. Ingredients 1 Cup Olive Oil 3 Tablespoons Maple Syrup 2 Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar Salt to Taste Combine all ingredients in a covered jar and then shake to blend  

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Blueberry Eye Health Smoothie

Blueberries are rich in antioxidants and especially rich in anthocyanins. In fact anthocyanins may be helpful for people with cataracts and help to slow cataract progression. We use almonds as they are high in vitamin E. The spinach is another ingredient that helps you with eye help. One ounce of almonds has 1/3 of the […]

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anti inflammatory smoothie

Anti-inflammatory Smoothie

This is a great smoothie to start your day. I like to use fresh turmeric that I can find at Whole foods. However you can also use powdered turmeric. I love the Critical Care Matrix by Mushroom Matrix for its support of the immune system and healthy inflammation.   Ingredients 1 Banana organic ½ inch […]

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New Dietary Cholesterol Guidelines

An Article in Forbes, New U. S Guidelines Will Lift Limits on Dietary Cholesterol, discusses the move to change dietary guidelines for cholesterol. The new guidelines will eliminate the recommendations to limit cholesterol in food. That means you can eat eggs freely again! The recommendations to lower dietary cholesterol have been in place for decades. […]

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Building Beauty from the Inside Out

Have you ever seen a termite infected house? If you have, you will have noticed the wood eaten away and the beams lose their ability to hold up the home. As a result, everything begins to sag. Age to your skin is much like the termites of the house. Your skin needs healthy support structures […]

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Gentle Effective Back Pain Treatment

In the office we use the Cox table to treat many of our low back patients. The Cox table is a powerful tool for the chiropractor that is well researched in the treatment of lower back pain. Having been trained in the 80’s and using the table in the office since that time we have […]

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Meriva Curcumin

Meriva a Better Curcumin   Curcumin is one of the hottest products in the office today.  Patients are consistently asking us for it as it seems that their awareness has grown about curcumin. People are aware of not only its anti-cancer properties but also its role in the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. Curcumin is the same […]

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Benefits of Vitamin K

The Benefits of Vitamin K   Vitamin K1 (also known as phytonadione) is found in foods such as leafy green vegetables, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, plant oils and margarine.  In supplement form, it is taken orally and it is commonly used to prevent or treat hypoprothrombinemia which can cause delayed blood clotting or spontaneous bleeding. Vitamin […]

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Celiac and Cancer Risk

Celiac Disease Linked to Reduced Risk of Certain Cancers in Women   Researchers have conducted studies to determine the risk of women who have celiac disease(CD) developing certain cancers.  The results of long-terms studies revealed that women who have celiac disease may be less likely to develop certain kinds of cancer. Celiac Disease Celiac disease […]

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