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Carlson Chiropractic Blog

Eating Healthy Isn't Enough. Prep Your Body to Absorb Nutrients.

Posted by Carlson on Apr 27, 2016 9:32:53 AM

Everyone knows eating healthy  and getting their recommended daily allowance of vitamins and minerals is important, but what if we put these into the body and cannot absorb them?

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Topics: Diet and Nutrition

6 Tips to Ease Back into an Exercise Routine

Posted by Carlson on Apr 25, 2016 1:45:47 PM

Now that warmer weather is upon us many people are finding the inspiration to set fitness goals. However, after a long, cold winter spent cuddled up on the couch it can be difficult to work up the motivation to begin an exercise routine. Here are a couple of tips to help you avoid injury as you begin easing back into working out after a long winter break.

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Topics: Health and Body

Do you have a Vitamin D deficiency?

Posted by Carlson on Apr 25, 2016 1:40:10 PM

Now that spring is here it’s time to step outside and get a little sun! Although it is common practice to limit sun exposure and wear sunscreen, recent studies have shown that underexposure to sunlight can carry very significant risks – similar negative risks to those of smoking and sedentary lifestyles. Many Americans live in an area of minimal sun exposure and are therefore more prone to Vitamin D deficiency. Check this map to see if you live in one of these areas.

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Topics: Health and Body

Gardening: 5 Tips to Avoid Pain & Strain

Posted by Carlson on Apr 25, 2016 1:29:15 PM

Now that spring and warmer weather have finally arrived everyone is eager to spend more time outdoors. Gardening is a fantastic outdoor hobby. There’s nothing like pulling up your sleeves and planting your favorite fruits, veggies and flowers to enjoy later in the season. Many people think of gardening as a relaxing activity, which it is. But be sure to take note that with all the bending, lifting and stretching involved, gardening can actually be a fairly straining activity, especially for your back.

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Topics: Pain and Prevention

Chronic Pain Sufferer? Here are 6 root causes.

Posted by Carlson on Apr 25, 2016 10:54:40 AM

Do you suffer from chronic pain? Before you reach for a bottle of pain reliever, realize that this is only a temporary fix. To really resolve chronic pain, you need to dig deep to get to root of the problem—inflammation. Inflammation operates on two levels: primary and secondary (chronic).

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Topics: Pain and Prevention

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