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February 2018 Newsletter

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Breast Implants

                Thinking of getting breast implants?  Make sure you have regular  structural chiropractic care to prevent chronic neck and  shoulder pain.  The breast  implants pull the upper back  forward, which means the  rotator cuff gets impinged and the nerves in the neck become encroached.  Every person that I […]

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Vitamin D-Dose is everything

                When it comes to vitamin D, dose is everything. Doses less than 1,000IU a day fail to offer much benefit, as they are too low to enable people to reach vitamin D sufficiency. “Findings indicated that for depressed  women with type 2 diabetes, weekly vitamin D2 supplementation […]

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What are Pyrroles?

                Nutrients that have a powerful influence on mental health include zinc,      copper, B6, selenium, folates and S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe). Pyrrole disorder is a stress condition commonly found in brain disorders, which involves altered  biochemistry in your bone marrow and spleen. People who have pyrrole disorder may produce five […]

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Intermittent Fasting

                Do you get sick often? Are you fatigued? Do you get brain fog? Are you fat around the middle? Are you a light sleeper? Do you have Thyroid Problems? Do you get injured and find it hard to heal? Do have trouble with your hormones? Do you […]

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Getting Quality Sleep

Getting Quality Sleep When you are forced to go without electricity, such as when  camping or if the power goes out, you sleep deeper and arise more    rested. Light sources at night interrupt your circadian clock and melatonin levels, both responsible for how deeply you sleep and well rested you feel the next day. Aside […]

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Lack of Sleep

                Are you suffering from lack of sleep? Reduced ability to learn or remember Reduced productivity at work and poor grades in school Reduced ability to perform tasks Reduced athletic performance Reduced creativity at work and other activities Reduced reaction time Decreased immune function Increased risk of neurological […]

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Probiotics and Pregnancy

                Early antibiotics predicts childhood obesity and central adiposity.  Research indicates Australian Medical  Doctors  prescribe antibiotics 9 x more than they should.  Emerging data shows antibiotics given in the first 3 years of life have a lasting effect on the heath of the   person for the rest of […]

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Vitamin D and Obesity

                There is much interest in the relationship between obesity and vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is stored as the parent compound, cholecalciferol, in the muscles and fat.      However, in cases of  obesity, vitamin D essentially becomes sequestered by fat cells leaving it unavailable for mobilization when needed.  […]

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Are you cranky?

                I have noticed when working with women around my age and older that they are all so sensitive and cranky and unreasonable.  This is all caused by a  decline in their hormones. Symptoms of low Oestrogen: Irritability, overanalysing, vaginal dryness, increased  urinary tract infections, irregular periods, breast  […]

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