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– 3 minute read – In the U.S., we tend to think that if we’re not sick it must mean we are healthy. The modern health care system is all about reducing or eliminating symptoms. This is what we call “sick care” in our clinic because the goal of this system is to keep us not sick … Continue reading ““Sick Care” vs. Health Care”
Supply your body with a good diet! Build strong muscles with proper nutrients and fuel your body and brain with energy. Pair exercise with good nutrition to feel your best!
It’s always a good idea to get your blood tested. We recommend getting your blood analyzed once per year. We offer blood analysis in our clinic as a way to see the specific needs of each patient we care for. If you’re feeling fatigued, stressed, having trouble sleeping, or have any health concerns this is … Continue reading “Blood Analysis”
Eat healthy consistently! It’s not about instant or temporary results but a lifetime of health. Think about how each thing you eat will help you and improve you. If you find yourself eating lots of things that aren’t beneficial, reevaluate your diet as a whole. Be well!
Minimizing toxicity in the body is essential for your health. Pollution, cigarette smoke, alcohol and pesticides can harm your immune system and keep you from being well. It’s hard to completely eliminate toxins but taking the time to examine the contents and quality of your food, personal care products, house cleaners and your environment can … Continue reading “Foundation #5”
Why is exercise important? Exercising helps us maximize oxygen and blood flow allowing nutrients to circulate. It also increases muscle strength, improves stamina, and strengthens the immune system to help reduce risk of disease. This is the 4th of the 5 foundations of health.