Unfortunately, we live in a world that bathes us in chemical exposures and tempts us with high sugar treats, laden with chemical dyes and preservatives. This time of year, we are busy making shopping lists and trying to find that “perfect” gift for our friends and family members.
As much as everyone looks forward to the holiday season because of the fun celebrations, food and time to relax with loved one, for those who watch their weight or health through healthy eating, it can actually be a bit dreadful. It is definitely a time of more temptations with all the food, dessert and drinks that are available.
For many, travelling may occur only once a year. We want to make sure that nothing goes wrong in order to enjoy the time relaxing, hanging out with friends and family or sight-seeing. It pays to be prepared with a few remedies to ensure that you stay healthy during this time.
Yes, it’s the season for cold and flus. It seems that the more our weather fluctuates the more germs are going around. Recently we have been getting a lot of patients coming in with that two week bug that is going around. Have you gotten it? The following are 3 simple actions that you can take to keep healthy this holiday season...
Most of us can’t wait for the summer months because it means warmer weather and more time outdoors - well hopefully more time outdoors… However, many people need to be careful with the too much sun and heat exposure. The following are the top 3 tips to keep in mind... The goal is to recharge during the summer months. Remember that if you are not feeling great towards mid or late August, call us for an IV vitamin treatment which can offer you a great boost to your energy and immune system.
Sugar is the number one craving in our society. There is a big difference between just liking sweets and craving sweets, and if you are one of them, you know what I mean!! If you are hooked, then it can be hard to stop but not impossible. Sugar contributes to serious short and long term health problems like obesity, hormonal imbalances, yeast infections, bloating, diabetes and even cancer. There can be some real physical imbalances that can make you crave the sugar such as insulin resistance, candida overgrowth, different hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, stress or fatigue. Once you find out the root cause of why you are hooked on sugar then you can determine which of the following tips will best help you.