Tips for working outside in spring

As we head outside for all the wonderful activities that Spring offers, we find ourselves predictably sore and stiff. Ahh, but what to do about that?  Pop a few ibuprofen and get back out there, right? Well, that's one option.  Just know...

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Slow Carb Diet

Pick one from each group per meal Proteins: -egg whites, or organic whole eggs -chicken breast or thigh -beef (lean cuts only) -fish (more…)

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Vitamin D Bottom Lines

Awareness about vitamin D has certainly surged the past few years. More people than ever are getting their blood levels tested and using it in their daily supplement routine. Unfortunately, many are still confused about how much a person...

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Tylenol strikes again

Well folks, good old Tylenol has shown itself once more to be anything but safe. Aside from the countless recalls, links to cancer, and liver and kidney failure, (1) research now shows a link to asthma.(2) Last year (2010)...

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Cancer Prevention I.Q. Test

       Talking about cancer isn't exactly everyone's favorite topic, certainly not mine. It's scary. We've all seen people we love get the disease. I've seen it bring some pretty strong people to their knees. We can't pretend its...

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Dr. Venske’s Top 10 Ways to Reduce Stress

10. Take a bath with 2 cups of Epsom Salts and a few drops of Lavender Oil 9. Take a walk 8. Get help! Chiropractic, Massage, Reiki, and Acupuncture help turn down your sympathetic nervous system. 7. Get quiet. Turn off the I...

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Dr. Venske’s Insignt into Dehydration

Hello everyone, We've had some really steamy days already this spring, so it might be a good time to review the basics on hydration. My renal (kidney) physiology professor once stated that in her opinion, roughly 75% of our population are...

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Do’s and Don’ts after your adjustment

Do's and Don'ts after your adjustment: Do:  1) Rest. The first few hours after your adjustment are the most important to take it easy. 2) Walk. Unless walking is creating more pain, walk at least ten minutes each hour.  3) Drink water. Twelve ounces per hour of high...

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