Monthly Archives: January 2013

 

Flexibility — Use It Or Lose It

As we get older our flexibility deteriorates, often due to a less active lifestyle.  But we need our flexibility to help us perform our daily activities with ease and without aches and pains.  Reduced mobility of joints and tighter muscles create compromised body movements and posture habits that throw our bodies out of alignment leading […]

Beat the Winter Blahs with a Strong Immune System

It’s that time of year…when many of our colleges, friends and family are out of commission with a bad cold or even worse, the flu. Here are a healthy habits to help you keep your body healthy and immune system strong: Exercise Moderate exercise (approximately 30 minutes 3 – 4 x a week to start) is essential […]
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Happy New Year!

Traditionally it is the time of year to make resolutions.  Unfortunately for most we find ourselves making the same resolutions again January 2014.  To help you keep yours here’s a tip… Make sure your resolution is a WANT and not a SHOULD.  For example, everyone wants to be healthier because they know that they should.  […]
Bones are half water and half solid matter. Two pounds calcium and one pound phosphorus. #healthyhabits... https://t.co/uZ4Vs3LIiz
Bones are half water and half solid matter. Two pounds calcium and one pound phosphorus. #healthyhabits https://t.co/Dze6om0SU6
Four times your body weight is absorbed by the feet when running. 3 foot arches absorb and distribute that impact.… https://t.co/jUrvxqhPwn
There are 637 muscles in the body. #healthyhabits
If you have non-traumatic inflammation that you feel in your hands, you have inflammation everywhere in your body. #healthyhabits
Capillaries are 1 cell thick and are the exchange site between tissues and blood for waste an nutrients. #healthyhabits
An average 6 foot male has 60,000 miles of arteries, veins and capillaries. #healthyhabits
Disease is DEFICIENCY and TOXICITY. #healthyhabits
Health is not a lack of symptoms, it is optimal cell function. #healthyhabits
Strained Achilles tendon? Most tendon pain will improve by reducing the load on the tendon or by increasing normal… https://t.co/8hIOccbnmn