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May, 2017

It Took 30 Years for Mainstream Research to Acknowledge This Fact.

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The British Journal of Sports Medicine recently published an article (March 31, 2017) stating that “Saturated fat does not clog the arteries: coronary heart disease is a chronic inflammatory condition, the risk of which can be effectively reduced from healthy lifestyle interventions.” It may come as a shock to you but many doctors have been preaching this message for 30 years. So basically we have lost an entire generation to heart disease because we have been focused on the wrong target. This confirms the suspicions of heart surgeon Dr. Dwight Lundell about […]

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Mar, 2016

Do you want a different result if you have cancer?

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Your vagus nerve may hold the secret to really beating cancer If you’ve been reading some of my blog posts over the last few months you will have heard about the two sides of your nerve system — the sympathetic (or stress response) side and the parasympathetic (healing and recovery) side of your nerve system. A recent article in the Journal of Biological Regulators and Homeostatic Agents (which I’m sure everyone has a copy of . . . . ) the scientist wanted to understand how much healing happened when […]

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Mar, 2016

The elephant in the room. . . .why is cancer so out of control?

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Free Webinar on Building a Titanium Reinforced Immune System to Avoid Cancer. The term “war on cancer” was coined by then President Nixon in 1971. Since then, the US federal government has spent well over $105 billion on the effort, that was in 2009. By 2013 spending rose to 4.8 billion a year. . . . and that doesn’t include the billion’s of dollars we also spend in Canada. In some articles it is estimated that the Nixon administration said there would be a cure by 1976. According to the […]

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Feb, 2016

What Back and Neck Pain Has in Common with Heart Disease

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A study was done “way back” in 1976 with 600 cases of chest pain. In 197 of the patients the chest pain was because of pressure on the spinal cord. Why would something that normally causes back and neck pain be related to symptoms most people connect with heart disease? According to another research paper “way back” in 1972 researchers found that pressure on your spinal cord triggers an “autonomic response”. What does this mean to regular people? This is really important to understand because the autonomic nerve system is […]

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Feb, 2016

Heart Disease Strategies that Actually Work

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What would a chiropractor know about heart disease? More than you think I would know. And more than I want to know. Strategies for Heart Disease from a Concerned Chiropractor It all started last year with a phone call from my mom. My dad was playing hockey with his old timer’s hockey team and suddenly dropped dead of a heart attack. Fortunately the team acted fast, used a defibrillator, and brought him back to life. I got to the hospital as fast as I could and the next few day’s were […]

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Aug, 2015

Sleep Apnea and Chiropractic

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Serving people for over 21 years has it’s advantages. A longer view of trends in health gives perspective. And if we’ve ever needed perspective in health care, it is now. I was listening to a Ph. D. Neurophysiologist speak at a health conference in Montreal Canada and he said that current estimates put over 51% of the US population on some type of prescription medication. That’s over 160 million people in the US alone! We definitely need perspective. But more importantly, we need to slow this whole thing down and get […]

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Jul, 2015

Why “stress” will never be Word of the Year

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For the last 12 years, merriam-webster.com has shared the “top definition search” of the year. In 2004 the (word of the year) WOY was blog, in 2008 it was bailout. . . .no surprise there. Each year the WOY reflects the global cultural curiosity, at least according to merriam-webster; in 2013 it was science. With the prevalence of stress, one would think that at least once since 2003, the WOY would have been stress. But the truth is, no one needs to look up the definition of stress. I don’t […]

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