Food & Diet Tips
It’s summertime, we’re having more fun in the sun, sweating, and realizing we need to do a better job staying hydrated- aka, drink water, drink clean water! It is important!
Do you ever feel like you can’t get enough snacks in the day like you’re never full? Did you know that your hormones can be the culprit?
Symptoms that can be caused by acute inflammation are runny nose, stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, illness, headaches, bowel problems (constipation or loose stool), and pain in muscles or joints.
Diet changes are a lifestyle change. It can take time to achieve all your health goals. Think of it as a long-term commitment rather than a short-term experiment.
Studies from the medical research show a different reality compared to what marketing, media, and medicine say about consuming fat. This paper is to show the truth about fat.
A want is a lack or deficiency of something or a wish for something. I want a donut. I want french fries. I want to feel better. With wants impulsive actions often win to fulfill the desire.
Avoid refined sugar, genetically modified grains, poor quality dairy products and other highly processed foods like poor quality lunch meat.
My personal health story began in June 2006 when I was struck with immobilizing low back pain. Many chiropractic, massage, and doctor visits later I ended up being diagnosed with osteomyelitis (an infection in my spine).
With whole food nutrition, herbs, and homeopathic remedies the body can take anywhere from three to twelve months to heal. A liver can take up to three years with a good diet!
Take some protein powder with you when you travel to make a shake or eat where you can get some good protein sources for breakfast.
Do you want the key to improving your health? Here it is. Planning. Yes, that’s it! You must become an active planner in your food choices and availability. As summer brings a lot of socialization…
The very high in fiber food that I want to bring to your attention is my new found love: chia seeds!
Dental fluorosis is a condition where the tooth enamel is damaged by excess amounts of fluoride being ingested. Fluoride is in tap water, toothpaste, processed foods, and some medications. Using a fluoride-free toothpaste is recommended.
Some patients complain that they struggle with their diet because they have a loss of sense of taste. Many people who have a dulled sense of taste go for foods that have very strong flavors such as super sweet or very salty.
The biggest problem we all encounter is processed foods. I encourage all of our patients to decrease and eliminate the number of cookies, candy, cake, ice cream, potato chips, soda, white bread, pasta, cereals, and frozen dinners consumed.
There are times when we all face where we must eat out and not at home. You may have a special event to attend, a family gathering, potluck or dinner at a restaurant.
There are 181 symptoms of possible iodine deficiency. Before you let anyone prescribe a pharmaceutical drug to “fix” any of these you need to make sure a simple nutrient is really not what’s missing.
Low-fat diets are based on the law of thermodynamics (energy taken in versus energy expended.) However, the human body is not a V8 engine so it doesn’t follow that law.