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Archive for September, 2014

Spinal Movement

Movement (especially of the spine) is required for proper brain function and affects the coordination of activities such as concentration and learning, motor control and organ function. The more structurally distorted we are, the less energy we have for metabolism, for healing and for thinking. Research has shown that is the neurological stimulation of the pathways between moving joints, especially spinal joints, and the brain that is responsible for the amazing the benefits of proper movement stimulation of the brain. This effect is felt at all ages but is especially important during the early years as our brains are developing. It is an obvious connection as to why it is crucial for us to have a properly moving and aligned…

Heart Healthy Habits

1.Start your day with whole grains and green tea (anti-inflammatory, boosts blood vessel function). 2.Increase your potassium intake (helps regulate blood pressure and prevent hypertension). 3.Cuddle your cat, play with your dog (pet owners are less likely to die of heart attack than those who have never had a pet). 4.Boost your workout routine (as part of a regular workout, include quick bursts of activity). 5.Say goodbye to stressful relationships (people in troubled relationships have higher risk of heart problems). 6.Get more vitamin D (low vitamin D levels have been linked to higher risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attacks). 7.Protect your gums (chronic gum conditions can lead to cardiovascular disease. Brush and floss your teeth twice a day,…

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