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Acid Reflux (GERD)

Most people have experienced some sort of heartburn in their life. It can happen from the occasional overindulgence of pizza or spicy foods. However, heartburn that occurs frequently is called GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease. GERD occurs when contents of the stomach are pushed upward and past the barrier between the stomach and the esophagus (...

Thing to do to avoid toxin

Here are top 5 that you can do to remove toxins from the body naturally 1. Avoid Processed Food Consumption Fruits, vegetables, lean meats along with whole grains that are not processed should be the food you consume. These foods help the body recover from the situation substances in the body that is carried by the junk food you consume. By avoiding pr...

Simple Move to Correct your Posture

We have seeing this specific move and is one we highly utilized in our office. We call it “Shoulder pass through”, but the real name is “shoulder dislocates”. This is phenomenal mobility exercise to improve your posture, and most importantly it can be done anywhere. You can use a towel,but we preferred a wooden dowel or broomstick. More benefits: ...

Enzymes: Why cooking food might be killing us?

Almost everyone loves a nice, hot meal. Casseroles, stir fries, soups stews and other cooked foods. if it’s steaming, hearty, and with tasty ingredients, most people will choose it over a plate of bland, cold veggies the majority of the time. But what many people don’t know is that the cooking process changes the composition and structure of raw food. In fac...

Wrapping he food

Wrap your food in this? Not a good idea. . . April 9th, 2017 by Holly Cornish Most people know that fast food can expand their waistlines and increase their risk of cancer. And I’m not just talking about the factory-made fats, sugar, chemicals and other fiber-free concoctions that fill these items. Those are bad enough, but these foods pose another ...

Sport Drink Replacements

Thinking about swapping out soda for a sports drink instead? This may sound like a healthier option, but most sports drinks sold in the United States contain higher amounts of sugar than other beverages. This adds calories to diets and is contributing to the national obesity epidemic. Over the past three decades, U.S. children and adolescents have signi...

Study Show - Overweight links to Earlier Death

There’s been some controversy about whether being overweight, but not obese, might actually link to a longer life. A few years ago a major study suggested that paradox. For lower cancer risk, healthy weight is key. The American Institute for Cancer Research reports find that overweight and obesity increase risk for 11 cancers, including colorectal and pos...

Fitness Wednesday - 4.20Min of Dinamic Cardio

Fitness Wednesday: 5/24/2017       Set - Exercise - Time Regular Burpees - 20sec 10 sec bounce Two Punch Kicks -20sec 10 sec bounce Regular Burpees - 20sec 10 sec bounce Two Punch Kicks -20sec 10 sec bounce Regular Burpees - 20sec 10 sec bounce Two Punch Ki...

Tips for Cancer Prevention: Personal Care Products

It’s time to face it.  When it comes to health, it’s not just about what we put in our bodies that matters. It’s about what we put on our bodies, too. Our tips offer ways you can reduce your breast cancer risk with safer personal care products. 1. Read ingredient labels It is perfectly legal for companies to use ingredients lin...

Fitness Wednesdays - 5.20 sec Squat Jacks / Push Ups V Ups

https://youtu.be/vwWmdizAMO0 Phenomenal Quick Routine 5.20 sec Squat Jacks / Push Ups V-Ups More exercise in our website blog Pro-Holistic Care

APV

ACV has been consumed for around 5,000 years! Historical records show that apple juice has been fermented into vinegar since before 5000 BC. Through the ages, apple cider vinegar has been used to stimulate circulation, aid in the detoxification of the liver, to purify blood, cleanse lymph nodes, and improve immune system response. In fact, Hippocrates...

Vitamin D: not just for bones! Part 2 of 2

In case you missed last week issue, we talk about Vitamin D deficiency and its relationship with pregnancy complications and hormonal imbalances. We’ll continue this week talking about Vitamin D and its relationship to cancer, heart disease and cognitive function. Cancer The high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency, combined with the discovery...

Vitamin D: not just for bones! Part 1 of 2

“Vitamin D deficiency and its consequences are extremely subtle, but have enormous implications for human health and disease. It is for this reason that vitamin D deficiency continues to go unrecognized by a majority of health care professionals.” —Dr. Michael Holick, University of Boston   Vitamin D is a hormone that needs sunlight in order ...

Parkinson's and Pesticide Toxicity

Pesticides could be responsible for Parkinson's, a neurodegenerative disease. Toxins from such chemicals can increase the risk by up to six times. The seven pesticides tested include: dithiocarbamates (e.g., maneb, ziram), two imidazoles (benomyl, triflumizole), two dicarboxymides (captan, folpet), and one organochlorine (dieldrin) This study was done...

The Silent Killer- High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is often referred to as the “Silent Killer”, because it virtually has no symptoms but is one of the greatest risk factors for stroke, heart attack and death. About one in three American adults have high blood pressure (hypertension), and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 6,8 , high blood pressure is "th...

Chiropractic Patients Recover Faster, Spend Less Money

Back pain is an expensive health problem for both patients and businesses. A 2012 study reported that we spend about $635 billion on pain every year, with a significant amount of that spent on back pain. Over the years, quite a few studies have shown that chiropractic care is more effective for back pain than medical care, plus chiropractic patients spe...

Cardiovascular Risk: To Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke, Monitor 10 Risk Indicators, Not Cholesterol

With cardiovascular disease claiming the lives of one out of two people in America today, it's no wonder people look to medicine for help preventing heart attacks and strokes. However, the focus on high cholesterol as the main cause of heart attacks and strokes is woefully misguided. The clinically proven indicators of cardiovascular disease include elev...

Toxic Metals and Weight Loss

Can't lose weight no matter what? Could the weight loss culprit be something as inconspicuous as mercury buildup in your body?   It is widely accepted that metal toxicity can impair neuroendocrine function. Simply put, this means that normal thyroid function can be impaired from toxic metals such as mercury, cadmium, lead and others. What are T...