Do you find it hard getting out of bed in the morning? Do you need multiple cups of coffee before talking to anyone? Are you yawning a lot, feeling sleepy in the afternoon, or falling asleep in front of the TV in the evenings? Don’t accept feeling fatigued as normal, as “overdoing it” or because you’re just getting older.
Find out what is causing the problem.
Watch this week’s Wellness Minute and get your energy back.
Iodine is found in every cell in the body and is responsible for hormone production, proper immune function, and healthy cellular metabolism. Eighty percent of people tested for iodine were low. This means YOUR chances of being low in iodine are extremely high. Symptoms of iodine deficiency include: fatigue, depression, anxiety, difficulty losing weight, brain fog, cold hands and feet, dry skin, thinning hair, and constipation.
Do you have any of those symptoms? Watch this week’s Wellness Minute to find out how a little iodine could make a huge difference in how you feel.
Ankles and feet can swell for different reasons, some of which should be cause for concern. Pay attention, ask questions… don’t ignore it. Swollen ankles can be caused by congestive heart failure, kidney malfunction,adrenal hypofunction, lymphatic congestion, altitude sickness, pregnancy, hypertension, trauma or injury to the ankle, sitting or standing for an extended period and prescription medication side effects. If you (or someone you know) have experienced swelling of feet/ankles (or legs), watch this week’s video.
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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.
Emotional, chemical, mechanical, or thermal stress has a powerful effect on hormones. Over time, the cycle of stress can cause the adrenal glands to become imbalanced, producing a vast range of symptoms. Watch this week’s video and see if you might be suffering from adrenal dysfunction.
One of the most common forms of sugar in our processed foods of today is high fructose corn syrup. In a recent test, subjects who ingested this kind of sugar for just 2 weeks had elevated triglycerides, increased blood pressure, insulin resistance, and decreased good cholesterol. If just 2 weeks on this “food” does that kind of damage… what will happen when you eat it for 2 years? The frightening thing is that it’s already in so many of our foods, and you’re eating it every day. Watch this week’s Wellness Minute video to learn where to look for this dangerous sugar.
Natural treatments are making headlines with new research, breakthroughs in nutritional science, and the latest in natural therapies. Watch this week’s video as we review some new research: non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and vitamin D deficiency, comparing conventional food products to gluten-free alternatives, andimproving asthma symptoms through a combination of a healthy diet and exercise.
“Wellness” is making headlines. Watch this week’s video as we review recent news, research, and updates such as: why high calorie beverage products are fading; chronic fatigue syndrome linked to immune system imbalance; organic foods availability in conventional supermarkets; and Monsanto’s failed attempt to discredit an adverse Roundup study.