Category Archives: Introductory Newsletter

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What Exercise Is Best For You?

What Exercise Is Best For You??? The question often posed by patients as they start to feel better is, “What is the best exercise for me?” That is often a loaded question because my response is often refuted by “their … Continue reading

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Benefits of Breastfeeding

“In two studies of breast-fed infants involving more than 3,000 children in Britain and New Zealand, breastfeeding was found to raise intelligence an average of nearly seven IQ points if the children had a particular version of a gene called … Continue reading

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Butter vs. Margarine

Did you know that butter actually has properties to it that benefit your joints?  It is called the Wulzen Factor, which is a hormone like substance that can prevent stiffness in joints, like arthritis. Additionally, butter is made up of … Continue reading

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Sitting too much is Dangerous

“Many people are under the misconception that exercising regularly will combat the effects of sitting still for long periods of time but that is not the case.”  Sitting too much whether it be at work or at home can cause … Continue reading

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Did you know?

Did you know that magnesium is involved in 350 physiological processes in the human body? Refined grains, dairy, soda, alcohol, and coffee all deplete magnesium levels in the body. People who suffer from magnesium deficiency have symptoms such as tight … Continue reading

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