Sugar Fan? Get Back in Balance!

Are you one of those people who adores sugar treats and just can’t get enough of them? Is your body giving you any warning signals?

Sugar affects more than your blood sugar levels.The average person eats over ten pounds of sugar each and every month—nearly 4.5 cups per week, or 30-33 teaspoonfuls every day. That’s over twenty percent of our daily caloric intake spent on a refined food that upsets body chemistry and has literally no nutritional value. Refined sugar is 99.4% to 99.7% pure calories—it contains no vitamins, minerals, or proteins, just simple carbohydrates.

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Chiropractic and Headaches

If you experience headaches, you’re not alone. Nine out of ten Americans suffer from them. Some are occasional, some frequent, some are dull and throbbing, and some cause debilitating pain and nausea. What do you do when you suffer from a pounding headache? Do you grit your teeth and carry on? Lie down? Pop a pill and hope the pain goes away?

There is a better alternative.

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Spine Health Can Be Part of Your Everyday Habits

Improve your spine health at Natural Results Chiropractic in Front Royal, VA.In terms of overall wellbeing, the health of your spine is one of the most important areas to focus on. When your spine is in correct alignment, so many good things happen. The surrounding nerves and muscles function normally, free from irritation or inflammation. Blood is able to circulate more freely, breathing is free and easy, and even cognition is better.

But what happens when the spine is under too much stress? What happens when it’s out of alignment? Nerves are pinched, vital cartilage is worn down, and supporting muscles are inflamed. The symptoms include chronic pain, tingling, and numbness in various parts of the body—not to mention a limited range of motion, fatigue, and even mental distress.

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Chiropractic Adjustments and Health

I had a patient come up to me the other day. She asked, “So Doc, why are these chiropractic adjustments so important? I know I had pain when I came in, but now I don’t. So why do I need to continue with them?”

I told her, “That’s a normal reaction. People judge their health by the way they feel, and to a certain point, that’s okay. But when you have nerve interference, you don’t necessarily have to have pain. I suggest you follow the recommended program that was tailored to your health, then continue getting check-ups at least once a month. And here’s why.”

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