60 Second Neck Pain

60 Second Neck Pain

Don’t suffer from neck pain! Many times, ‘a pain in the neck’ is caused by an accident (usually a car accident), poor sleep position or posture, or work-related repetitive motion. Neck pain may come from standing or sitting too long, from gazing too long in a certain direction, or even from lying down or sleeping

60 Second Mood

60 Second Mood

Do you often find yourself in what you consider a ‘bad’ mood? Are you easily aggravated, frustrated, or angry at yourself and others? Are you forgetting important things you need to do? Do your bad days seem to outnumber the good ones? Consider this. The brain is the body’s most complex organ, and often we

60 Second Muscle Relaxants vs Chiropractic

60 Second Muscle Relaxants vs Chiropractic

Your primary care physician recommends that you take muscle relaxants for your acute lower back pain. You don’t like the idea of taking medication. So, what else can you do? Chiropractic treatment has been shown in multiple studies to be more successful in treating lower back pain than muscle relaxants. A recent study published in

60 Second Peas

60 Second Peas

Did you know that the entire pea plant is edible? Young pea vines are prized in the culinary world for their grassy pea-like flavor. The main phytonutrient in peas is quercetin, a powerful antioxidant. They are also a source of highly digestible protein often found in plant-based protein supplements. Peas contain an amino acid, which

60 Second Cruciferous

60 Second Cruciferous

Cruciferous vegetables are plant foods from the Brassica family. These foods are high in nutritional value and are also high in phytonutrients, substances that are beneficial to health and help prevent disease. Diets rich in cruciferous vegetables are associated with decreased risk for chronic disease. They are high in vitamin C, fiber, B vitamins, potassium,

60 Second Arthritis & Your Gut

60 Second Arthritis & Your Gut

Over 30 million Americans suffer from age-related arthritis, also known as osteoarthritis. At the root of the condition is an overall low level of inflammation. People with osteoarthritis usually have high levels of lipopolysaccharides (LPS) in their blood. These lipopolysaccharides are released from bacteria in the gut and enter the bloodstream when the gut is