Cooking May Be The Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Health

As the holidays approach, one of the hardest things to do is stay healthy. It starts with Halloween candy and colder temperatures. Continues through Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Eve celebrations. Throw in a few holiday parties, some travel, dealing with families both good and bad and the...

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10 Signs of TMJ Dysfunction

Last week we talked about TMJ dysfunction and how it can relate to other areas of your body and in fact how often seemingly unrelated problems may be related to the TMJ not functioning as it should. I thought that we might take a few minutes and give you my top 10 signs of TMJ Dysfunction.

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Can TMJ Cause Other Problems?

I was reading one of those silly Facebook posts as I was struggling to start this article. This particular post was something about how you are saying it wrong, which got me thinking.

If you have ever heard someone describe pain or dysfunction centered around their jaw; they have probably told...

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An Explanation of Applied Kinesiology and Chiropractic?

I get asked all the time how the heck do you explain what you do. It’s not just for patients looking for an explanation of Applied Kinesiology and Chiropractic for their family and friends but also from chiropractic students. I thought I would finally take a post to talk about what I do and...

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Do I Need to Worry About Ebola?

I got a nice little birthday present yesterday.  The CDC announced that there is a wait for it, confirmed case of Ebola here in Dallas.  Consequently, EVERYONE on Facebook lost their minds and posted that they were going to die. 

The funny part to me is that Erin has had a mild...

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What You Should Not Be Eating When You Have IBS?

What you should not be eating when you have IBS.

As we talked about last week, functional bowel disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome can have a tremendous effect on a person's overall health and wellbeing.  Irritable bowel disorder is affecting approximately 20% of the population and...

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What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?  This is not one of the questions that I get asked all that often but comes up when I am taking patient histories.  

Rarely does a patient ever go in and say I have IBS, it normally has to be teased out when we are discussing what finally brought...

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Does Everyone Need Probiotics?

Every time a new patient comes in, I take a thorough history and ask them the medications and supplements that they are currently taking.  It is shocking how many people are taking probiotics these days. 15 years ago when I started studying health and wellness, most people would look at me...

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What is the Difference Between Cage-Free and Free Range Eggs?

Know your egg labels! What exactly is the difference between cage-free and free-range eggs?

Well, honestly not much. These are just labeling terms that the food industry has been using to make their product seem superior to another. The best eggs you can buy are probably pasture raised eggs.

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What is Adrenal Fatigue?

Occasionally a patient will come to the office and ask what adrenal fatigue is? 

I keep hearing about it on the web.  I find it interesting that the things most AK doctors and naturally oriented physicians have been talking about for years will suddenly get a new spin and become all the...

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