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Inflammatory & Non-Inflammatory Foods

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 in General Health, Nutrition & Diet, Nutrition | 0 comments

Listed below is a sample of inflammatory and non-inflammatory foods. Strive to move a higher percentage of your food choices into the non-inflammatory foods, but not all, as there are healthy foods in the inflammatory groups. Highly Anti-Inflammatory Wild Salmon, wild sea bass, trout, Pollock (Make sure they are not farm raised) Turmeric, Garlic, Onions Cabbage, Kale, Endives, Spinach. Sweet Potato Flaxseeds, Flaxseed oil, Olive oil Moderately Anti-Inflammatory Wild Tuna, Cod, Halibut, Haddock, Grouper, Tilapia Avocados, Broccoli, Ginger,...

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Posted by on May 15, 2015 in General Health, Exercise & Sports Performance, Sports Performance, General Health TIps | 0 comments

This warm-up procedure stimulates the spinal and extremity joints to loosen up connective soft tissues as a daily conditioning or to prepare for physical activities like sports, gardening, moving furniture, yard work, etc. They also put you through a full range of motion stimulating joint receptors that send signals up the nervous system to enhance brain and overall body physiological functions for improved health and homeostasis. These are one of my favorites and I have been doing them as part of my daily routine almost every morning for...

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Target Heart Rate Calculator

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in Women's Health, General Health, Exercise & Sports Performance, Sports Performance, General Health TIps, Exercise & Body Conditioning Tips | 0 comments

TARGET HEART RATE CALCULATOR 1. Determine maximum heart rate: 220 – Your age = __________ _______ (Maximum Heart Rate -MHR)   2. Determine target heart rate when beginning an exercise program: _______ X 60% = _______________ MHR                           Target Heart Rate Determine target heart rate which is appropriate after you’ve been exercising for awhile: _______ X 80% = _______________ MHR                          Target Heart Rate 3. Divide that by 6 to get how many heartbeats you should get for a...

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Food Choices That Affect Acid / Alkaline Balance and Body Health

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in General Health, Nutrition & Diet, Nutrition | 0 comments

The typical American diet creates an acidic state in the body’s tissue fluids. This weakens the body’s defense systems increasing the chances of sickness and disease. The food chart below will help you know what foods cause acidity in the body and which cause more alkalinity. Try to shift 60-70% of your food choices to the right to create a more alkaline state. Lifestyle choices such as this are a vital part of a wellness lifestyle for prevention and health...

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MSG -Like Food Additives Bad For Your Health

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in General Health, Nutrition & Diet, General Health TIps, Women's Health Tips, Nutrition | 0 comments

Excitotoxins are flavor enhancers that fool the brain to make you think the food tastes better. According to Dr. Russell Blaylock, neurosurgeon, they can be very toxic to the body. Check the list out below and READ LABELS of the food you are buying!

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Lifestyle Assessment Tool

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in General Health, Stress Management, Nutrition & Diet, Exercise & Sports Performance, General Health TIps, Nutrition, Exercise & Body Conditioning Tips | 0 comments

  Use this Lifestyle Assessment tool to take a look at areas of your life you may want to focus on to regain balance in your life experience.

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The H1N1 Issue: Flu Pandemic, Fear Pandemic, or Both?

Posted by on Dec 26, 2013 in Flu Vaccinations | 0 comments

Thought I’d pass along this article by Dr. James Chestnut for your review and perspective. The H1N1 Issue: Flu Pandemic, Fear Pandemic, or Both? James L. Chestnut B.Ed., M.Sc., D.C., C.C.W.P. The H1N1 issue has become so prevalent that I thought it appropriate to share some factual perspective. I realize that factual perspective is neither newsworthy nor popular when people are in the midst of a mob mentality of fear but I’m willing to risk unpopularity in order to encourage people to be guided by science, reason, and...

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Posted by on Dec 26, 2013 in Vaccinations, Flu Vaccinations | 0 comments

Study finds those getting flu shots have higher chance of Alzheimer’s The mercury and other additives in vaccines are not necessarily harmless, according to HUGH FUDENBURG, MD – celebrated immunologist (served on the expert advisory panel in immunology for the WHO for 20 years), winner of numerous honors with over 800 papers in peer reviewed journal and noted researcher in Alzheimer’s. Quoting a recent study, Dr Fudenberg stated the following: >>>>> “If an individual has had 5 consecutive flu shots between 1970...

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Childhood Vaccination Outcomes

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in ADD / ADHD, Autism, Pregnancy & Birthing, Allergies, Vaccination Awareness, Asthma, Asthma & Allegies | 2 comments

Dr. Chappell, Chappell Chiropractic Wellness Center, Traverse City, MI discusses an article on /childhood vaccination outcomes. Research presented in this article from Health Freedom Alliance states that children who have been vaccinated are five times more prone to disease than unvaccinated children. For more health and wellness tips, visit

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Nutrition vs. Drugs for Cholesterol

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in Nutrition & Diet, Nutrition | 0 comments

Dr. Chappell discusses using nutrition vs. drugs for cholesterol problems maintaining effectiveness, reducing cost, and eliminating side effects.

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