For the past several weeks, we’ve discussed numerous organ systems and the many ways you can help keep these organ systems healthy. Sadly, we’ve come to the end of this blog series, but before we move on to other topics, I thought I’d provide you with a brief summary of the tips we’ve learned throughout the weeks…
Top Tips for Healthy Organs
The Importance of Pancreas Health
Pancreatic cancer is the 4th leading cause of cancer-related death in Canada and the United States. The lifetime probability of developing pancreatic cancer is approximately 1 in 79.” – Pancreatic Cancer Canada. Are you experiencing the following symptoms?
Is Your Colon Toxic?
According to some estimates, over 50 million people in America suffer from some kind of bowel problem, which are often related to an unhealthy colon. Are you or someone you know experiencing the symptoms below?
Is Your Gallbladder Causing You Digestive Issues?
Gallstones occur in up to 20 percent of Canadian women and 10 per cent of men by the age of 60.Are you experiencing any of the symptoms listed below? • Pain or tenderness under the rib cage on the right side
Do you Suffer with Arthritis?
If you or someone you know suffers from Arthritis then you understand just how debilitating this disease can be. Arthritis is a systemic disease (the whole body) that dramatically affects the joints…
Endocrine System: The Connection To Our Nervous System
Out of site, out of mind, right? We rarely give our Endocrine System much thought. Did you know that the hormones our glands release impact almost every cell, organ and function of our bodies?
How do you know? Here are some of the symptoms you may experience if you do: 1) PMS; 2) Migraine Headaches; 3) Mood Swings; 4) Depression; 5) Insomnia Fatigue…
Our spine is a structural unit and has 4 curves. Loss of the structural integrity or the normal function of the spine is what causes vertebral subluxations.
Digestion, Heartburn & Ulcers
Your digestive system is a long tube starting at your mouth and ending at your anus. Its primary goal is to break down food and extract energy and nutrients from the food you ingest. Modifications of this tube are your throat, esophagus, stomach, duodenum and intestines.
What is a Subluxation?
A Subluxation (Vertebral Subluxation) is in simplest terms, when one or more of the bones of your spine (vertebrae) move out of position and create pressure on, or irritate spinal nerves. These nerves are found between each of the bones in your spine.