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Children and Chiropractic

Most people think of chiropractors as the “back doctors.”  They know to seek care when their back hurts after sitting in the car or if they “throw out” their back while lifting a heavy box. What many don’t realize is that chiropractors can do so much more than take care of simple back pain.  The […]

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Sweet Dairy Free Treat

Homemade ice cream is a sweet treat during those hot summer months. Those that suffer from dairy sensitivity, allergy, or are lactose intolerant are often not able to enjoy this cooling desert. Here is a recipe for strawberry ice cream that is dairy-free. 1 Can of Coconut Milk 1 lb if Strawberries Almond Milk 1 […]

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The Many Properties of Honey

Honey is one of those items that sit on the top shelf of the cupboard largely forgotten until needed. Many people consider honey as a topping for biscuits or a sweetener for tea. It comes out once in a while, but since it never goes bad it remains unused. It is definitely underused since it […]

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Fatty Liver Disease

Fatty liver disease is a national epidemic not only in adults, but in children as well. Obesity and poor diet are known contributors to this condition. It is believed that as many as 20% of adults and sadly 6 million children have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). This not only increases your risk of developing […]

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Sitting and Back Pain

Low back pain is a big problem in our society. It doesn’t grab headlines like some other health problems. Usually, news space is reserved for “big” stories like cancer or outbreaks of some disease. However, back pain is always present lurking in the background. Review these statistics to see what back pain is like in […]

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Food Allergies

Do you feel that you eat a healthy diet but still struggle with your weight or some aspect of your health? Testing for food allergies can be an important diagnostic tool to identify the root cause of your symptoms. Food allergies occur when your body has tagged a particular food as an allergen. This causes […]

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Proper Lifting for Back Health

Proper Lifting for Back Health At one point or another, everyone has heard the saying “Lift with your legs and not your back.” The legs are designed to lift while the back is designed for stabilization and protection. This saying makes sense from a logical standpoint, but often does not get put into practice in […]

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Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Some notes about this recipe before you begin. In order to make gluten and dairy free, substitute appropriate flour and chocolate chips. At our household we use Domata flour (certified GF) and Ghirardelli semi sweet chocolate chips. These chocolate chips are not certified gluten and dairy free. Guittard (at […]

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Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is right around the corner and with that comes the inevitable discussion of New Year Resolutions. Many people fall into one of two categories when it comes to resolutions. The first is setting too general of a resolution. For example, stating that your goal for 2015 is to “Be healthier or exercise more.” […]

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Holiday Health Tips

5 Simple Holiday Health Tips to Pass Along! Is your holiday season already feeling a bit too hectic? This time of year all the prepping, planning and entertaining can leave you feeling physically and mentally drained, which can take a serious toll on your body. Take a moment to remember that the most important gift […]

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