Two recent studies show accidental gluten exposure is far more prevalent than anyone realized. For gluten sensitive individuals, inexpensive home testing is now available to determine if gluten was inadvertently consumed on a gluten-free diet.
If you are sensitive to gluten or have digestive problems, watch this week’s video for study details, home testing information, and digestive support shown to help significantly with gluten in the digestive system.
Your food is making you sick! Food is supposed to be life-giving. Sadly, modern farming practices have converted “food” into poisons. Ask yourself why there is such a huge increase in autoimmune diseases, gut issues, autism, diabetes, dementia, and Alzheimer’s. Watch this week’s video as we discuss some alarming food facts and what simple actions you can take to regain your health!
If you’re experiencing chronic fatigue, anxiety,or depression, be sure to watch this week’s Wellness Minute video. Overtaxed “adrenal glands” can be a contributing factor to these symptoms. There are natural ways to support your adrenal glands and help restore your energy and sense of well being.
If you’re frequently tired, anxious, or depressed, click below to watch this week’s Wellness Minute video. It’s time to feel good again!
Four herniated discs and a neck injury from a fall left Donna in severe chronic pain. Conventional doctors prescribed medications and therapies that didn’t really help her get better and left her “feeling drugged”. Donna began to lose hope and thought she would never feel “normal” again. A neighbor recommended that she see a chiropractic “wellness” practitioner but she was very hesitant. As a last resort, she went. To her surprise, chiropractic wellness started her on a path that not only left her feeling “normal” and pain free, but she discovered a new level of health.
Mark Force shares his personal story how as a young man he was very sick. He discovered that he was a “mouth breather”. Many people are in his search for a cure; he found a powerful breathing technique that really helped him. In this interview Dr. Force shares the breathing technique and breathing exercises he uses with his patients to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system. This technique can be very effective with chronically ill patients.