Christmas Holiday Schedule... Staying STRONG & TRIM

by Olivia Chang
on December 18, 2014

Christmas Holiday Schedule

MASSAGE & THERAPY will be open until next Tuesday, December 23rd and re-open Monday, December 29th.
CHIROPRACTIC will be open until next Tuesday, December 23rd and re-open Friday, January 2nd.

SCHEDULE TODAY for your friends and family visiting for the holidays!
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You DON'T have to catch that BUG!

by Olivia Chang
on December 11, 2014

You DON'T have to catch that BUG

It's that time of the year again.... the weather is changing, the air feels a little dryer, you're overstuffed from Thanksgiving and you're running around shopping and getting year-end chores done.  To top it off, seems like everyone around is sniffling and coughing.  We have long contended (and many of our patients can attest to it) that one does not catch a cold - it usually happens because the red carpet has been rolled out to the bugs.  Our immune system gets compromised with:
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Building up SELF - almost FREE!

by Olivia Chang
on April 01, 2013

Now the that flu season is over, you might want to consider building your body back up so it’s less susceptible to common ailments that slow us down, ie colds, low energy, sprained joints, insomnia, etc…  A good baseline is to keep your body alkaline by:

  • increasing vegetable intake (you can’t eat too much),
  • drinking spring water with minerals in tact, and
  • decreasing acidic foods such as meats and fats.
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High Potency Probiotics for Natural Intestinal Health Support

by Olivia Chang
on September 03, 2008

It is believed that gastrointestinal health is crucial for overall health.In Chinese medicine, it is foundational to treat the gastrointestinal tract before chasing after other symptoms.Healthy intestinal tract mucosal lining means optimal absorption of nutrients from food and nutritional supplements and strong natural antibody presence in the lining (IgA – immunoglobulin A).It also means decreased toxins being introduced to the body as in Leaky Gut Syndrome.An unhealthy intestinal lining can lead to an overworked liver, hormonal imbalance, skin conditions, adrenal stress, gastric ulcers, indigestion, gastric esophageal reflux disease (GERD), etc… How does one keep the gastrointestinal tract healthy? Probiotics!Probiotics is the ‘good’ bacteria we all should have to keep our intestinal tract lining in tact.Stress, antibiotics, eating poor quality foods and infection are some of the culprits that destroy the lining.
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