The entire body is colonized with tens of thousands of microorganisms that facilitate every major process in the body, from digesting our food, to moderating the stress response, to regulating sleep. Eating foods rich in healthy micronutrients feed health promoting populations of microorganisms, while eating processed, unhealthy, toxin-rich foods feed populations that promote disease and degeneration over time.
The American food supply lacks many of the micronutrients our microbiome needs to flourish. A healthy diet will mitigate exposure to harmful substances, and a whole food supplement regimen will fill in the gaps unmet by our food supply.
Food is medicine. Proper eating can replenish and restore deficiencies while eliminating toxicities that lead to early degeneration.
Modern science has finally answered a question that has eluded researchers for centuries: what causes depression to develop? Understanding this vital etiological question has hampered clinicians in effectively treating this crippling, sometimes life-threatening mental illness that plagues 16 million Americans a year. The answer might surprise you, and it will revolutionize the way doctors treat depression from here on out.
Over the last century, massive leaps in industrial progress have streamlined just about everything we do; insecticides have allowed us to control vector-borne diseases; synthetic plastics and chemicals have revolutionized nearly every industry; breakthroughs in pharmaceutical science have completely changed the way we treat disease.
Chiropractic care has a different level of impact for each person. For some people, it’s life changing; it loosens the grip of chronic pain, promotes faster healing from injury, keeps you moving well longer and later in life, and transforms posture. For others, it doesn’t appear to do all that much.
By using a combination of whole food supplements and healthy eating our patients progress toward optimum wellness.