Posts Tagged ‘Nutrition’

Healthy Brain (and more) with The Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean Diet has long been touted for an array of health benefits. From protecting against diseases such as Type 2 Diabetes to maintaining heart and brain health and keeping you agile as you age, the Mediterranean Diet has been called the world’s healthiest way of eating. In fact, there are even some recent studies…

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3 Ways Chiropractic Neurology Care Can Improve Balance

Throughout our lives, several factors can have a direct impact on our balance function. Inner ear problems, physiological disorders, heart disease, and even migraines can influence coordination and dexterity in a varying range of ways. Age is also a major contributor to changes in balance. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately…

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It's Healthy Weight Week!

Welcome to Healthy Weight Week! It seems that the beginning of each year is filled with a renewed commitment to eat healthy, exercise and for many people, lose weight. Well if any of those are personal goals, then this week is for you! Healthy Weight Week is an initiative that started to bring awareness to…

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Living with POTS

The holiday season gives us many reasons to feel grateful and happy but for some people, personal challenges can put a damper on the festivities of the season. For those suffering from health issues, the struggle of getting through the business of the season can present bigger obstacles or, as in the case of one…

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The Keys To Healthy Aging

“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” This quote by George Bernard Shaw has spoken to many people through the years. There is no limit to the ways in which we change, adapt and reinvent ourselves over the course of our lives and it is never too late to find a new…

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Traveling with a Neurological Condition

It is officially summertime and for many people that means fun in the sun, vacations and travel. While many people give little thought to preparations beyond the basics like transportation, lodging and entertainment, people with neurological conditions have to put a bit more thought into their travel plans. With some planning, there is no reason…

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Celebrating Men's Health Week

With a focus on Men’s health all month long, June 12-18 marks Men’s Health Week. Designed with the goal of heightening the awareness of preventable health issues and to encourage early detection and treatment of disease in men and boys, Men’s Health Week (and Month) include a number of activities across the nation. Anchored by…

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Holiday Headaches? Stress Relief for Migraine Sufferers

The holidays are filled with family, friends, all the joys of the season but also stress. Unfortunately for the more than 28 million people in the US who suffer from migraine headaches, the added stress of trying to get everything done, entertain, travel and keep up with normal daily life can trigger the dreaded migraine. In…

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Obesity and Overall Health

Long linked to a whole host of problems, obesity is a far-reaching problem that affects millions of Americans today. And while it is well known that obesity can contribute to things like high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and diabetes, you may not realize that obesity is also linked to more common, and sometimes downright…

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Can Proper Nutrition Slow Mental Decline?

There is no shortage of fad diets today. From low carb to Paleo to diets based on your blood type, there is something that appeals to just about everyone. But what if one of these diets could actually slow the rate at which your brain ages? That is what one diet, affectionately known as the…

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