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  1. The Affect Of Massage Therapy And Patient Outcome
    01
    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. Eating Healthy On A Budget Broke But Hungry

     It’s important. Every time you eat out or buy premade garbage, you outsource your food choices. You relinquish your power and give it to someone else. When you make your food at home, you have total control of what goes in your body, and that is a powerful thing. People tend to forget that. So please, get in the kitchen and start cooking!

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  3. No Bones about it
    04
    Mar

    No Bones about it

    Perhaps one of the biggest concerns facing women today is the threat of osteoporosis. With a majority of the baby boom generation already at their menopausal years, many are swallowing calcium supplements like there’s no tomorrow in the hopes of reducing their chances of getting broken bones and/or hip fractures. A recent study revealed that while calcium supplementation with vitamin Ddid improve bone density scores, they failed to reduce the incidence of fractures, (New England Journal of Medicine 354: 669-83, 2006). So what are women to do?

    The problem as many have pointed out, yet orthodox medicine has chosen to ignore, is that osteoporosis does not occur because women don’t get enough calcium but rather because they can’t hang on

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  4. Osteoarthritis and Curcumin
    04
    Oct

    Osteoarthritis and Curcumin

    Osteoarthritis is a chronic debilitating disease involving cartilage breakdown in specific joints of the body. The joints most commonly affected include the hips, knees, fingers, and spine. Classified as a “wear and tear” disease, osteoarthritis is most commonly triggered by joint use associated with aging; however, a predisposition can exist because of joint trauma, congenital defects, or metabolic disorders. Osteoarthritis is highly predominant in Canada. In fact, 1 in 10 Canadians suffer from osteoarthritis. Plants which are anti-inflammatory can potentially alleviate some of the symptoms of osteoarthritis.

    Cucumin is anti-inflamatory “Turmeric” is the common name of Curcuma longa, a tropical plant whose dark yellowish orange root pigment is a familiar ingredient in traditional Indian coo

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  5. Bone Health
    02
    Oct

    Bone Health

    One health continues to be a major cause of worry among women today. With a majority of the baby boom generation already at or near their menopausal years, many are swallowing Calcium supplements like there’s no tomorrow in the hopes of reducing their chances of getting broken bones and/or hip fractures. Doctors are still routinely prescribing bisphosphonate drugs like fosamax/adrenolate along with calcium because they get better bone density results (despite the negative reports and side effects). Few are even questioning whether or not bone density is even a valid measure of bone health .

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  6. No bones about it!-Osteoporosis advice

    Perhaps one of the biggest concerns facing women today is the threat of osteoporosis. With a majority of the baby boom generation already at or near their menopausal years, many are swallowing Calcium supplements like there’s no tomorrow in the hopes of reducing their chances of getting broken bones and/or hip fractures.

    Vitamin D did improve bone density scores
    A recent study revealed that while calcium supplementation with Vitamin D did improve bone density scores, they failed

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