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Seven Secrets to Health

7 Secrets to health and better healing Secret #1 – Sick care is not health care. You must know the difference. Secret #2 – Pain, although unpleasant to experience, is a necessary biological process for survival and alerts us to … Continue reading

9 Foods NOT To Give Your Kids!

Many children aren’t getting the nutrients they need out of the foods they are eating.  Childhood obesity is on the rise and most signs are pointing to the next generation having a life expectancy that is shorter than their parents.’ … Continue reading

Fructose Overload Infographic by Dr. Mercola

What Happens to Your Body Within an Hour of Drinking a Coke

Do you want to be healthy? Drinking soda is bad for your health in so many ways; science can’t even state all the consequences. Here’s what happens in your body when you assault it with a Coke: Within the first … Continue reading

Bring back the 40 hour work week!

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Dairy or Calcium? Which one do you need more?

More and more people today have allergies and we are often asked how one should tackle sensitivity — all the while ensuring a balanced diet. Many parents whose child may react to dairy products due to a lactose or casein … Continue reading

Modern Medicine and Wellness Chiropractic

The principles of wellness chiropractic are now being acknowledged throughout the medical community.  Wellness principles state: “The body is a self-healing organism and has the ability to heal itself as long as there is no interference.  This intelligence to self-heal, … Continue reading

Interview with Dr. Michael Beckwith on B.E.S.T.

Do you know what is B.E.S.T.?

Your emotions and thoughts play major roles in your health.  Think about something that you really hate or someone who really bothers you.  It is actually possible to increase your heart rate, tense up your shoulders, bring on a headache, … Continue reading

How We Balance

Your body works toward balance – equilibrium. If your body is cold, it shivers to warm itself up. If it’s hot, it perspires to cool itself off. If it’s too acid, it calls on backup systems to neutralize it. If it’s too alkaline, it incites internal activity that produces acid. Balance is good. Continue reading