19 Feb February 19, 2014

Creating a New Body Every Seven Years

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Most cells and tissues in your body are replaced every seven years Our bodies are continually shedding off old cells and creating new ones. Studies have shown that most cells in your body, including skeletal tissue, are replaced every seven years. What does this mean to YOU? The simple fact that your body is continually […]

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Which is better: improving nutrition or sweating it out? We have all been to the gym and seen people who work out daily, but never drop those extra pounds. So what is the answer to losing weight? Is reducing your calories better or running a few miles a day? Today’s blog reviews some research that […]

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Chiropractic is more effective than back surgery A recent article in the San Francisco Chronicle showed that Chiropractic has been found to be more effective than back surgery. The research showed that if patients went to the surgeon first, 42% ended up having surgery. However, if patients went to the Chiropractor first, only 1.5% ended […]

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Fructose, or Sugar from Fruit, drives Obesity Sugar, for years, has been known to be related to lower immune function, diabetes and swings in energy levels. Recently, scientists have found fructose, or sugar from fruit, to flip a “switch” that makes it very hard to lose weight. Dr. Fred Schofield at Atlas Chiropractic in Northwest […]

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22 Jan January 22, 2014

Car Accident Injury

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How do car accident injuries occur? Injuries sustained from car accidents affect the soft tissues that hold you in place. When your car is impacted by an object or another car, your head (which weighs 10-15 pounds) is thrown around. When this happens, the soft tissues: the muscles, ligaments and tendons, can be torn. This […]

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Changing your low back pain and the GYM Analogy Changing, and then maintaining, your spine is comparable to changing your body appearance and muscles with a personal trainer. Suppose you wanted to lose 30 pounds in a few months. You decide to hire a personal trainer and join a gym. Your trainer puts you on […]

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Epigenome– the one generation legacy of health for better or worse We are all familiar with the fact that we each have a genetic blue print and we carry traits from each of our parents. But, did you know that genes are coated with epigenomes  and these epigenomes, can be altered in one lifetime. This […]

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Sam fell and severely fractured his arm. He was driven to the emergency room where the doctor examined and x-rayed him. Determining that the arm was broken, the doctor put his arm in a cast, in a position for it to heal. In a few days, Sam felt much better. He telephoned the doctor to […]

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25 Dec December 25, 2013

How good is your Posture?

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When you were a child, everyone – your parents, your teachers, even strangers, would tell you to stand up straight. Now that you are all grown up, when was the last time anyone told you to correct your posture? When was the last time you noticed it yourself? Take a good look at how you […]

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18 Dec December 18, 2013

Hope for Adult Onset or Type 2 Diabetes

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Adult Onset Diabetes: Once thought to require a lifetime of medication Most people with adult onset or type two diabetes, assume they will be on medication for the rest of their lives. However, recent research, in England, would suggest that this is a reversible condition. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/229606.php It is the pancreas’ job to balance the sugar […]

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