Heart Disease

Butter Benefits

Top 8 Health Benefits of Butter

Butter is healthier than margarine. In fact, butter is just healthy overall. As I type this, I can hear dozens of people exclaiming, “What? I always thought butter was the enemy? Butter makes you fat and margarine is the healthier … Read More


Top 5 Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

For years, coconut oil, alongside butter and other foods that were rich in saturated fats have gotten a negative reputation. There have been all sorts of bogus claims on coconut oil that have popped up, including the myth that it … Read More


All About CoQ10

According to a recent survey by Consumer Lab, Coenzyme Q10 is taken by 53% of the population. It is currently the fifth most popular supplement in the United States and for good reason. What is Coenzyme Q10? It may not … Read More


Fasting For Health

A recent study from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute found that fasting can lower a person’s risk for coronary heart disease as well as diabetes and have a positive impact on blood cholesterol levels. In this study a group … Read More

Aspirin Side Effects

Aspirin Side Effects Plus Natural Alternatives

People have been taking aspirin for many decades now. In fact, this little pill found in just about every medicine cabinet across the world was discovered way back in 1853, but not used medicinally until 1897 first as a powder, … Read More

Calcium Supplements Increase Heart Attack Risk

Calcium Supplements Increase Heart Attack Risk

As we age our bodies begin to weaken and break down. This can cause aches, pains, and ultimately unwanted disease– that is if you aren’t protecting it through vital lifestyle choices. One of the biggest areas of concern is bone … Read More


Asthma & Heart Disease Can Begin in Your Neck

If you’re like I was, you might wonder how a chiropractor can help you overcome things like asthma, heart disease or carpel tunnel. It all links back to the “arc of life” found in your neck. When any one of … Read More


Strokes Strike the Young

Strokes are becoming more prevalent in young adults and even young children. The University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute presented study findings to the American Stroke Association (ASA) at a 2010 conference.The researchers have found that from 1993-1994 to 2005, the … Read More