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Carlson Chiropractic Blog

Eating Healthy: Is Gluten Free Right for You?

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Sep 21, 2017 9:07:00 AM



Tired of dry skin? 

Do you feel constantly bloated or suffer from digestive issues?

Are you tired of walking around tired and in a brain fog?

Have you tried dieting and simply can't seem to lose the weight? 

Listen to Chris' experience with our customized Food Sensitivity Testing.
Gluten free living is all the rage, but is that really what your body needs?
We take the guess work out of understanding what foods are causing you pain and frustration.
Get back to your life with renewed energy, a healthier complexion
and that weight loss you've wanted for so long. 

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Topics: Company and Industry News, Health & Wellness, Testimonial

Your Health and Wellness: Speed Walking for Weight Loss and Beyond

Posted by Carlson on Sep 7, 2017 6:26:52 PM

Speed walking is a general term for just walking fast. While some think that running is your best option, walking is an incredibly healthy solution people of every age and fitness level can enjoy.

Most start speed walking for weight loss, but the health benefits can be realized even without changing the number on the scale. If your goal includes losing a few pounds be sure to change up your walking routines and speeds. Your week should consist of short and long walks at interval speeds. The one thing people forget to add to this regimen is one day of weight training. Mixing up your walking not only builds your aerobic capacity but it also can keep you from becoming bored - which is the enemy of healthy habits. If you've already committed to an improved diet, walking can transform your efforts into sustainable weight loss. (If your diet is less than great, be sure to check out this blog!)

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Topics: fitness routine, Health & Wellness

Anatomy of a Spinal Disc

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Aug 24, 2017 10:42:00 AM

Whether you realize it or not, your back is a primary player in many of your day-to-day movements, so when you’re suffering from back pain it can be very disruptive. Your back consists of multiple elements, each with the important function to protect your spinal cord and the nerves that connect to other body parts. Let’s break it down.

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Topics: Chiropractic

3 Healthy Habits for Kids: Life Beyond Healthy Snacks

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Aug 10, 2017 9:54:00 AM

Raising healthy kids is a chore. Healthy eating can feel like a fairy tale when stacked up against our family calendars. Besides, modern life offers convenience, and often fillers. Parents are faced with temptations of fast food, kids are tempted with fillers from numbing out in front of technology to cravings for unhealthy additives in foods. At Carlson Chiropractic we want your family to experience the best of health - naturally. But we're parents too! We offer a few easy health tips you can turn into habits for a huge impact on your child's health. 

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Topics: Children's Health, Health & Wellness

Back Pain Relief from Your Chiropractor

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Jul 31, 2017 2:53:39 PM




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Topics: Company and Industry News, Health & Wellness, Testimonial

5 Supplements to Improve Insulin Sensitivity

Posted by Dr. Christopher Gross, D.C. on Jul 6, 2017 11:02:00 AM

Your blood sugar level refers to the amount of glucose in your bloodstream at any point in time. Glucose is used by most cells in the body for energy, and is especially required by the brain.  A constant blood sugar supply is vital, and it must stay within a tight range. In fact, if it goes too low or high, severe illness and, potentially, even death can occur.  

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Topics: Health & Wellness

Why Dieting Can Make You Fat

Posted by Dr. Christopher Gross, D.C. on Jun 25, 2017 10:02:00 AM

According to Einstein, doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results is the definition of insanity. It’s an addiction to insanity in our culture, the weight loss diet.

Despite plenty of scientific evidence that diets don’t produce lasting results for most people, and despite countless numbers of dieters, most of them women, thrown into a lifetime of damaging despair, low self-esteem, and self-hatred thanks to failing diets, our culture still blindly adheres to the low-calorie diet.

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Topics: Health & Wellness

What are Essential Oils and how can they Enhance Chiropractic Care?

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Jun 3, 2017 9:35:00 AM

What is an essential oil?

If you have ever literally stopped to smell the roses, you’ve experienced the aromatic qualities of essential oils. These naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds are found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They are usually extracted through steam distillation, however, there are several other methods used.

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Topics: Health & Wellness

What Should I Eat to Prevent Bone Loss?

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on May 20, 2017 11:57:00 AM


As we age, our bodies lose bone mass – it’s a fact of life. Our bone mass is attained at its highest density in our late teens and early 20’s. There is less of a risk of developing osteoporosis in adults who achieved a high bone mass in their 20’s. Low bone mass can cause severe neck and back pain, as well as fractures.

Even if a strong bone density was not achieved early in life, or a diagnosis of osteoporosis has been given, there are measures to slow the process of bone loss. There are many important steps to take to stop osteoporosis. Exercise and healthy eating are a must. Let’s take a look at good nutrition choices for healthy bones.

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Topics: Health & Wellness

A Few Words About Osteoporosis and Bone Health

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on May 8, 2017 3:57:00 PM

Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones weaken and are at a significantly higher risk for fracturing. As people age, especially women, bone loss is one of the health indicators that are noted at a regular check-up. The painless, fast process of bone density testing is the best way to identify if you have osteoporosis or osteopenia. Osteopenia is an indication of lower than normal bone density and is a good “wake-up call” for proactive bone strengthening measures.

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Topics: Health & Wellness