Be Migraine Free!

Wednesday August 7, 2013 by Seth Hill

“As Western medicine moves toward a more personalized approach to prevention and treatment, there is a concomitant movement toward the correction of underlying dysfunctions rather than the treatment of symptoms. Both systems and individuals need tools to help us accomplish … Continue reading

Reliefs from Magnesium

Tuesday August 6, 2013 by Seth Hill

We as a society are deficient in many nutrients that contribute to our bodies inability to handle physical stress. From tight muscles, adhesion, and cramps, our musculo-skeletal system must maintain a certain level of mineral concentrations in order to handle … Continue reading

A Runner’s Nutrition

Monday August 5, 2013 by Seth Hill

The cost of bad or malnutrition for runners and marathoners is poor performance. Each runner knows what “hitting the wall” feels like. Simply training harder and running longer will not give your body its natural ability to overcome and prolong … Continue reading

Best Way to Lose Weigth

Tuesday July 30, 2013 by Seth Hill

While there is clearly no magic bullet to successfully losing weight, a new study suggests that health coaches may be the next best thing. Researchers from The Miriam Hospital’s Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center in Providence, R.I., conducted a … Continue reading

The Nutrition Paradox

Sunday March 31, 2013 by admin

In many regards, we are not much different than the starving countries that have limited supplies of nutritious foods to feed their children. We are presented with an abundant supply of food and still continue to feed our children the … Continue reading

Is Stress Weighing You Down?

Wednesday March 13, 2013 by Seth Hill

Stress and Weight Control The best way to quit smoking is to never start. That statement is not very helpful for those in current struggle to quit. Controlling one’s weight is no different. The best way to maintain your weight … Continue reading

Should You be Taking Probiotics?

Friday March 1, 2013 by Seth Hill

We have naturally occurring beneficial bacteria in our stomach and intestines that help breakdown food, absorb nutrients, and support our immune system. These beneficial strains of bacteria are called probiotics. The definition of pro is ‘in favor of’ or ‘positive’ … Continue reading

Diet and Back Pain

Thursday February 28, 2013 by Seth Hill

After years of research, it is becoming more accepted that one’s diet plays a major role in their back pain. Conventional medicine is now finding physiological evidence that links a person’s diet/nutritional lifestyle with back pain. There is no coincidence … Continue reading

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