Tag: food

It’s Not Normal to Be Average! Part 1

07/09/2015 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestNormal and Average… Do They Mean the Same Thing? There’s normal and there’s average. They’re different. Let me give you an example. When I’m examining a new patient and my examination reveals a significant amount of nerve interference between the shoulder blades I ask, “Wow, do you get digestive problems? Can you eat […]

Eat By the Colors, Part 2

15/04/2015 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhat Are Some of The Other Colors That Are Important?   In the last issue we discussed the importance of blue/purple and green foods. Today we discuss more… Yellow/Green:  A variation of the green color category, these foods exhibit a richness in lutein. Lutein is particularly beneficial for eye health. There are lutein […]

Holiday Wellness Tips

14/11/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhat Can I Do To Keep From Gaining A Lot of Weight, Becoming Stressed Out and Getting Sick During the Holidays? Research shows that the average adult gains weight during the holiday season. The season is also the peak of the flu/cold season and a time when stress levels can reach their maximum […]

7 foods to lower inflammation in your body

09/10/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterest7 foods to lower inflammation in your body By: Leanne Ely While getting regular exercise and reducing the amount of stress in your life are key components to reducing the inflammation in your body, we can also add certain anti-inflammatory foods to our diet, (all the while cutting out sugar and processed food), […]

Onions, Garlic and Immunity

25/09/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestHow Do Onions and Garlic Affect My Immune System?   Garlic and onions, two of the most popular flavoring accompaniments in cooking today, not only serve a culinary purpose but these two popular parts of the diet actually contain a plethora of health benefits within. Garlic is a natural antibiotic that has strong […]

8 Reasons to Eat Blueberries

27/08/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhat Is So Great About Those Blueberries?   Here are 8 reasons to add blueberries to your diet.   1. Blueberries are relatively low in calories. A 1-cup serving of blueberries contains only 80 calories. 2. Blueberries are chock full of nutrients. Blueberries are packed with vitamins C, E, riboflavin, niacin, folate, iron, […]

7 Nutrients We Are Missing (pt. 1)

19/02/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestAre We Really Deficient in Nutrients?                 The problem is not a lack of food, but rather a lack of nutritious foods that supply the vitamins and minerals our bodies depend on to function. Fruits and vegetables provide many of the important nutrients that we don’t get enough of. In fact, about 30 […]