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02
MAR
2017

The Antibiotic Problem | Tulsa Chiropractor

When you or someone you love is sick, whether from the flu or bronchitis or any number of illnesses, the most pressing thought is towards recovering as fast and as fully as possible. In the battle against the bug, antibiotics have often been the sword with which to vanquish the...
22
NOV
2016

Playing In the Dirt and Chiropractic Adjustments | Tulsa Chiropractor

Growing research is starting to show that kids exposed to a variety of germs early on in life are less likely to develop allergies, asthma or autoimmune disorders as they grow older. A study published in the Journal Science demonstrates that exposure to microorganisms at an early...
26
MAR
2014

5 Pillars of Health | Tulsa Chiropractor

Health – “A state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” (World Health Organization) How would you define health? Too often the idea of health is simply the notion that we “feel good” or we’re “not sick.” But if...
29
JAN
2013

ADHD and Diet | Tulsa Chiropractor

Having a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be a challenging, and at times a heartbreaking, experience, and is one that impacts many families. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 4.7 million children in America have been...
15
JAN
2013

What We Can Learn From How Other Countries Eat | Tulsa Chiropractor

When it comes to world cuisine, there’s broad agreement that the “modern” Western diet is one of the worst for our health. Fast food cooked in hydrogenated oils and snacks that are laden with salt and sugar make up much of the typical American’s diet. The way many of us eat has...
05
DEC
2012

Stress and the Mind-Body Connection

For many years, the medical profession considered the mind and body to be separate spheres with little effect on each other. However, in recent decades researchers have begun realize what Chiropractos have known all along, that there is an incredible connection between the two....
02
JUL
2012

The Best Natural Ways to Lower Cholesterol | Tulsa Chiropractor

Cholesterol is an important nutrient essential to many bodily functions. Every one of the body’s cells is surrounded by a membrane in which cholesterol plays an important part. Cholesterol is responsible for the building and maintenance of these cell walls and also helps regulate...
25
JUN
2012

Fast and Easy Power Breakfast Ideas | Tulsa Chiropractor

Just about everybody is pressed for time these days, and even the most health-conscious of us may be tempted to skip breakfast in order to eke out a few more minutes in our day. However, though it may sound like a cliché, breakfast really is the most important meal of the day....
12
JUN
2012

Health Benefits of Green Tea | Tulsa Chiropractor

The benefits of drinking green tea have been understood for centuries, since it was first discovered in China approximately 4700 years ago. According to legend, the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong, who was an herbalist as well, discovered tea when the leaves from twigs that were being...
26
MAR
2012

What Exactly Are the B Vitamins?

You probably hear about them everyday and they have become even more talked about with all of the new energy drinks coming out. The group of vitamins known as the B vitamins are some of the most commonly misunderstood, simply because they are distinct vitamins that get lumped...
23
MAR
2012

5 Easy Ways to Increase Your Metabolism

Your metabolism is a term related to the rate at which your body burns calories. And the “calories per hour” you burn is your metabolic rate. When you sleep, your metabolism is at its lowest point and at its highest during and right after an energetic exercise or workout. Having...
07
FEB
2012

What’s Your BMI?

The Body Mass Index (BMI) is one of many ways to measure and determine the level of excess fat you may have in your body. It is not the most accurate of measurements and many other ways such as hydrodensitometry (underwater weighing), skin-fold measurements (using calipers) and...
23
JAN
2012

The Importance of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is unique in humans because it acts as a prohormone, which is a precursor to a hormone, and it is synthesized during exposure to the sun on our skin. This makes vitamin D one of the few vitamins our body needs that can be produced by our...
16
JAN
2012

The Case For Drinking More Water!

Everybody knows it is important to drink enough water, but does that mean we actually do? There are a lot of people that mistakenly believe that drinking things such as coffee, soda, juice and tea can be a substitute for drinking plain water. However, it doesn’t even come...
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