• Vitamins for Vitality

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating People often wonder about taking vitamins. Should I bother? Are they worth the money? Which ones should I take? In order, the answers are yes, yes, and ask your chiropractor to recommend the brand best for you. Why take vitamins at all? The purpose of supplementation is

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  • Why Are Super Foods So Super?

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating In recent years, media pundits around the world have proclaimed the extraordinary value of so-called super foods. Blueberries, broccoli, and especially kale have been described as possessing remarkable, almost magical, properties. What is it about these foods that makes them so good for you? From a basic

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  • Root Vegetables

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating In decades past, very few urban kids had ever even heard of a parsnip, a fennel bulb, or a bunch of kale. In those days, fruit and vegetable consumption typically consisted of apples, bananas, corn, potatoes, peas, and lettuce. Oranges were infrequent and grapefruit was a rarity.

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  • The Bottom Line on the Bird Flu

    Created in Newsletter Library It’s hard to turn on the television or listen to the radio without hearing about the dangers of an impending pandemic of the Avian Flu (often called the ‘bird flu’). Day after day, the media interview expert after expert who claim that the bird flu is going to cause massive world-wide

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  • Ups and Downs

    Created in Newsletter Library, Illness Prevention Is it possible that ups and downs with respect to our health and well-being are yet another reflection of the ebb and flow of all things? Aren’t ups and downs part of the natural process of life? If ups and downs are natural, should you really be concerned with

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  • Managing Your Symptoms

    Created in Newsletter Library, Illness Prevention Most of us are procrastinators. We let things go until the last minute. Papers, magazines, and books pile up on the desk until the process of finding what we’re looking for resembles an archeological dig. Our garages look like our desks. Stuff fills the garage just like stuff covers

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  • Lowering the Risk Factors of Obesity, Diabetes, and Heart Disease

    Created in Newsletter Library, Illness Prevention We’re in the middle of several deadly epidemics in the United States. Obesity, diabetes, and heart disease are affecting more and more people every year. Recent statistics show that two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. Thirty percent of American children are obese. Approximately 21 million Americans have diabetes.

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  • Let the Flu Go Around You

    Created in Newsletter Library, Illness Prevention Since mid-Fall TV commercials have been trumpeting the horrors of the “flu season”. “It’s never too soon to begin fighting this year’s bug” they blare. Public health announcements urge us to get our “yearly flu shot”, as if this is something we’ve got permanently scheduled in our Blackberries. All

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