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Monthly Archives: June 2019

  1. The Affect Of Massage Therapy And Patient Outcome
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    Jun

    The Affect Of Massage Therapy And Patient Outcome

    Massage therapy is the hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues in the body.  Soft tissue is found throughout our body, and is comprised of muscle, tendons, ligaments, fascia, nerves, fat tissue, joints and blood vessels.  Massage techniques are applied with the hands, elbows, forearms, and sometimes devices.   

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  2. Electrolytes: Why Your Body Needs Them
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    Jun

    Electrolytes: Why Your Body Needs Them

    Magnesium is one of my favourite minerals. Our bones readily take up magnesium at a high rate, so it’s no surprise that 60% of the magnesium in your body is found in your bones. Energy production, lactic acid removal, and immune function all rely on optimal magnesium intake. Athletes deficient in dietary magnesium intake may have a significant reduction in exercise performance when compared to their peers. Excessive alcohol intake, gastrointestinal problems, anorexia, and certain medications may predispose an individual to insufficient magnesium status.

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  3. Training Our Youth: Building a Future Foundation
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    Jun

    Training Our Youth: Building a Future Foundation

    One step in helping teenagers make smart food choices. Instead of buying “junk food”, fill your house with vegetables, fruits, whole grains and water. Parents also need to remember what it was like to be a teenager. Teens want to hang out with their friends and do what their friends do. For teenagers, going to fast food restaurants with their friends is usually for the social aspect. Instead of worrying about what they are going to eat when they go out, why not look at the menu with your teen and find healthier options when eating out.

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  4. What is Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (or PCOS)?
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    Jun

    What is Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (or PCOS)?

    The Healthy eating pattern and regular physical activity can help in controlling weight and insulin resistance. As noted earlier, Insulin resistance is common in patients diagnosed with PCOS; which can lead to higher insulin levels in the blood for compensation. Insulin increase the testosterone levels (the male hormone). A low glycemic Index (GI) can help for controlling insulin resistance.
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