eating healthy balanced diet

Understanding the Importance of a Healthy, Balanced Diet

A balanced diet is critical in getting strong support to your tissues and organs. Your body needs nutrients in order to operate correctly, get the energy it needs, defend you against infections, and keep your systems free of disease. When children do not get the healthy, balanced nutrition they need, they are likelier to experience developmental issues or struggle at school. In fact, it can heavily impact a boy or girl into adulthood – because often the lack of a balanced diet during youth turns into a lifelong approach.

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monsoon pain

Why a Monsoon Might Stir Up More Than a Haboob

If you go to bed soon after eating the kind of large meal that quickly breaks down into sugar, the headache you wake up with probably isn’t monsoon-related.

But if you notice that during monsoon season – defined as between June 15 and Sept. 30 since 2008 – there’s a marked connection between your headaches and/or joint pain increasing when those severe storms are about to occur, there quite possibly is a link.

Monsoon season doesn’t usher in host of new patients, but we definitely note a tendency to see more of our existing patients at this time of year.

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anti inflammation food

A Fine Fare: Five Foods for Fighting Inflammation

Inflammation is our body’s first line of defense in repairing injury or infection and against anything toxic, but that same protection can become problematic if it is too regularly called upon to “guard” us against perceived attack. Chronic inflammation is a high stress state of response in the body that has been associated with a host of diseases, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s, mental health issues, arthritis and more, and reducing that stress is an emerging field of research and focus in the medical community.

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Back to Basics: Six Simple Solutions for Lower Back Pain

With half of all Americans experiencing symptoms every year, lower back pain is the number one reason for missed work, the second most common reason for medical visits, and costs more than $50 billion annually, according to the American Chiropractic Association. This year, save some time, pain, and money by employing these simple solutions for getting back on your feet sooner and for preventing injury in the first place.

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trigger-point

What is a Trigger Point?

There are about 400 muscles within the human body, together making up approximately half of your weight. Trigger points can arise within any of them. They come in two basic varieties: active and latent. An active trigger point is associated with excruciating pain. A latent trigger point, on the other hand, reduces range of motion and can result in structural misalignment.

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