Do you get heart palpitations? Unexplained tremors? Bloating after eating pizza or pasta? Do you have a skin condition that won’t go away? Do you have generalized muscle and joint pain? All of these symptoms can be related to a gluten intolerance and should be taken seriously. Testing yourself to see if you have gluten intolerance is very important to get healthier and stay healthy. Many of my patients know I take a hard line when it comes to eating gluten. The fact is, I have no … [Read more...]
Boost Your EnergyBoosting your energy will help you live a happier and more fulfilling life. For example, boosting your energy will allow you to become more productive at work, improve your athletic performance, and improve your mental focus. Fatigue is one of the most common problems I see in my practice. Patients either wake up tired or start yawning early to mid afternoon and struggle to stay awake. Or there is some people who are out right exhausted all of the time and are hanging on by a thread. Furthermore, some people feel they need many cups of coffee just to get through the day. Does this describe you? The good news is there are many natural treatments and lifestyle strategies you can use to increase your energy and improve your focus. The following articles explain how you boost your energy from treatments like chiropractic care to lifestyle strategies like eating healthier, sleeping better, and stress management.
Are you tired and exhausted? Do you have blood sugar problems? Trouble losing weight? Memory loss and hard to focus? Red meat is one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. It provides you with many of the essential nutrients to give your body and mind increased and sustained energy. In the previous articles I wrote about the myths surrounding red meat. We learned that eating red meat, in fact, doesn’t cause high cholesterol or inflammation. In this article, we’re going to … [Read more...]
Chronic inflammation or swelling can cause persistent or recurrent joint pain. Red meat has been singled out by the media and mainstream dietary sources (national food guides and arthritis societies) as a food to limit or avoid. This is the second article in a series on red meat where we will focus on whether red meat really causes joint and inflammation or not. Direct studies on red meat and inflammation There are two controlled trial studies showing eating red meat does not increase … [Read more...]