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Sham surgery versus surgery for the shoulder outcomes are the same. There are more options.

2017-11-17T15:51:21+00:00

Insurance companies approve most shoulder surgeries and yet the outcome is not any better between the actual corrective surgery and the sham surgery, where they make the patients think that the received the surgery. Time and time again I see patients that have gone through corrective surgeries or even total joint replacement surgeries in which [...]

Sham surgery versus surgery for the shoulder outcomes are the same. There are more options. 2017-11-17T15:51:21+00:00

Best Foods for Lead Poisoning: Chlorella, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Moringa

2017-05-31T15:16:21+00:00

Heree is a nifty video on how to effectively bind heavy metal toxins, specifically lead with foods alone. Food truly is medicine and we here at Prospectively Healthy are here to lend a helping hand in any way possible. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/76dNUgBZW6A" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Special thanks to nutritionfacts.org for releasing this great study linked [...]

Best Foods for Lead Poisoning: Chlorella, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Moringa 2017-05-31T15:16:21+00:00

Patients and Doctors working together to improve health.

2017-03-08T22:40:15+00:00

This wonderful article is a great example of short falls in the typical patient-doctor visit and relationship. No patient should receive the same treatment as the last one. "Clinicians need to have the wherewithal, working together with patients, to understand what is the matter with this person’s biology, and at the same time, what matters to [...]

Patients and Doctors working together to improve health. 2017-03-08T22:40:15+00:00

Walking for only 10 minutes improves blood sugar after meals.

2017-02-10T14:39:05+00:00

Several studies show how diabetes, particularly type 2,  can benefit from exercise, however in this study it shows that even the slightest change can help in reducing blood glucose levels. The study examined whether taking 10-minute episodes of walking after each meal provided greater benefit than a single 30-minute walk. The investigators found that [...]

Walking for only 10 minutes improves blood sugar after meals. 2017-02-10T14:39:05+00:00

New pain marker that is triggered by foods!

2017-02-09T18:20:38+00:00

p-S10H3 is a proposed epigenetic marker for pain signaling that has shown to raise in relation to certain foods. This is another example of the foods that we eat everyday that can be leading to the pain that we feel for long periods of time or the pain the never seems to go away. [...]

New pain marker that is triggered by foods! 2017-02-09T18:20:38+00:00

Winter Pancakes

2017-01-15T18:02:09+00:00

This winter pancake recipe is perfect for fast-paced mornings and preparing ahead. We love to put the dry ingredients in a mason jar, and a label on the outside of the jar of the wet ingredients still needed. Mix up a couple jars at a time, and store them in the cabinet. The [...]

Winter Pancakes 2017-01-15T18:02:09+00:00

Echinachea equally as good as oseltamivir.

2017-01-04T23:52:03+00:00

Plant medicine when used appropriately can often meet or beat the standard conventional treatments and tend to have less side effects. For further information call your Naturopathic Doctor near you to schedule an appointment. Or feel free to give our office a call. "Recovery from illness in the Echinacea formulation group was observed in [...]

Echinachea equally as good as oseltamivir. 2017-01-04T23:52:03+00:00

Mexican Cauliflower Rice

2016-11-12T20:54:01+00:00

Many people ask me how I manage to eat so many tacos, stir fries, and crockpot meals without eating grains, carbs, and high-calorie meals on a daily basis. My main answer is this: disguise your vegetables. This recipe, originally created by Sweet Cannela, is a great start! Use cauliflower rice to replace rice in stir [...]

Mexican Cauliflower Rice 2016-11-12T20:54:01+00:00

Thyroid Patients & Antibiotics

2016-11-12T20:44:58+00:00

Thyroid patients be careful of which antibiotics you are taking. Fluoroquinolones, a class of antibiotics, can be detrimental to the health status of those affected by irregular thyroid conditions. This antibiotic is included in brand names such as Ciprofloxacin, Cipro, Ciloxan eye drops, Levofloxacin, Levaquin, Quixin, Moxifloxacin, Avelox, Vigamox eye drops, Norfloxacin, Noroxin, Ofloxacin, Ocuflox, Floxin, [...]

Thyroid Patients & Antibiotics 2016-11-12T20:44:58+00:00

The Effects of Parent’s Choices on Children

2016-11-12T20:48:24+00:00

Originally created by Strong4life.com, this brief video demonstrates how much impact your choices as a parent can have on your children's future. Our entire team works hard to help show parents how the choices they make have a lasting effect. Thank you Strong4Life.com for this video

The Effects of Parent’s Choices on Children 2016-11-12T20:48:24+00:00