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  • Researchers warn that the combination of sitting too much and exercising too little can more than double the risk of heart failure in men. These risk correlations held true no matter how much they exercised

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  • When lack of sleep occurs, and your brain is unable to properly respond to insulin (which drives glucose into brain cells) your brain becomes desperate for carbohydrates to keep going. If you're chronically sleep deprived, consistently giving in to these sugar cravings will virtually guarantee that you'll gain weight.

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    April 17

  • Your diet is your primary and best tool for the prevention of inflammation that can lead to cardiovascular diseases. Reducing sugars/fructose and grains in your diet is a critical measure to reduce your cardiovascular risk

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    April 17

  • High-intensity interval training has been shown to be FAR more efficient and effective, compared to longer, slower cardio workouts.

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    April 16

  • According to a recent poll, 53 percent of respondents who turn electronics off while sleeping rate their sleep as excellent, compared to just 27 percent of those who leave their devices on

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    April 16

  • Compelling research suggests that vitamin D deficiency, combined with cholesterol deficiency, may be at the heart of the cardiovascular disease phenomenon

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    April 15

  • To lose weight, replace processed foods with homemade meals. Replace grain carbs with vegetables, small amounts of high-quality protein, and plenty of healthful fats

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    April 14

  • Keep the brain active, by learning something new!

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    April 12

  • Research shows that calories from bread, refined sugars, and processed foods promote overeating, whereas calories from whole vegetables, protein, and fiber decrease hunger

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    April 11

  • Exercise those blues away! In one study, aerobic exercise was found to be as effective as Zoloft

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    April 09

  • Coconut oil is not only a great source of essential fatty acids and can curb your appetite; it can also be used as is a household staple that can replace countless commercial products. It’s particularly useful for cleaning, sanitizing, and conditioning wood, leather, and metal items

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    April 08

  • Recent studies show poor sleeping habits cause brain damage and even accelerate onset of Alzheimer’s disease

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    April 07

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    April 07

  • A ketogenic diet, which calls for minimizing carbohydrates and replacing them with healthy fats and moderate amounts of high-quality protein, can offer hope against cancer, both for prevention and treatment

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    April 04

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqJ_709pL5Y Dr. Burzynski’s treatment holds the first cures ever for brainstem glioma, a fatal type of brain cancer that typically affects children and young adults

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    Synopsis: The remarkable story of Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, PhD who boldly challenged the Food and Drug Administration for his right to begin FDA-approved cli...

    April 03

  • Fluoride is a poisonous chemical added to many municipal water supplies across the US, Canada, and elsewhere without the permission of the residents

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    April 02

  • 37 studies out of 43 show water fluoridation lowers IQ in children; 26 studies show a statistically significant reduction in IQ of seven points

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    April 01

  • Research reveals that those getting 25 percent of their calories from sugar are twice as likely to die from heart disease as those getting seven percent

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    March 31

  • Exercise: Controls weight Combats health conditions and diseases Improves mood Boosts energy

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    March 28

  • How about a bowl of veggie soup. Use fresh vegetables, sauté them lightly and add some chicken or vegetable broth and maybe some pieces of cooked potatoes and enjoy!

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    March 28

  • Laughter can: • Stimulate many organs. • Activate and relieve your stress response. A rollicking • Soothe tension. • Long-term effects • Improve your immune system. • Relieve pain. • Increase personal satisfaction • Improve your mood.

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    March 27

  • Aluminum is neurotoxic, targeting your central nervous system, which can lead to serious immunological and neurodegenerative disorders When aluminum is complexed with organic ligands such as citrate, tartarate or glutamate, it stays in the body longer and accumulates in the brain and in bones. Aluminum creates oxidative damage, makes the blood brain barrier more permeable, and has been found in greater than normal quantities in the brains of Alzheimers patients.

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    March 26

 

Scoliosis

I have scoliosis and my symptoms began many years ago.  I had occasional pain in different areas.  Dr. Baric worked on my subluxations and my pains and aches started to reduce after only one or two visits!  Since then, I have been a patient of Dr. Baric’s for 14 years.  He has kept me virtually pain-free.   Kim M.

Headaches

I have had headaches for over 20 years.  I’ve tried getting rid of them with things like massage, ice, heat, and trying to ignore them.  I saw an ad in my church bulletin and I came in to see Dr. Baric who worked on my subluxations which were causing my headaches and with in one week my headache symptoms were virtually gone.  I’ve been so pleased, I refered in my friends and family.  Carol.

My name is Kristen and I have suffered constant headaches and neck pain.  My symptoms began four months ago and I’ve tried pain relievers, icing, icy hot and creams.  My mother told me about Dr. Baric and so I went to see him.  Dr Baric located the cause of my headaches and neck pain and within two weeks he helped me to eliminate the headache and neck pain.  Since my treatement at Chiropractic Nutrition Center, I have refered in three of my friends.  Kristen.

Migraines

Meet Erin who suffered years of migraine headaches starting as a child.  Her mother tried conventional medicine, but Erin still suffered greatly from the frequency and pain of her migraines, till one day she discovered Chiropractic care.  She has is now living a life free of the migraine pain and on her way to helping others through Chiropractic care to experience the same relief.  Click here and listen to Erin’s story.

Lower Back Pain

I had lower back and hip pain and tightness dut to heavy lifting.  I had these symptoms for three to four weeks.  I tried to work the pain and tightness out with additional stretching exercises, then I realized I needed to obtain chiropractic help to get me back.  My friends Debbie and Ed suggested I visit Dr. Baric and with in four to five visits I am doing great and am doing new neck exercises.  I’ve recomended Dr. Baric to my neighbor who is also in need of chiropractic care. Larry R.