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How to Fight the Midwinter Blues

Spring may be just a few weeks away, according to the calendar, but winter is far from over. February can be brutal for people, as the cold, grey weariness of winter hangs on. Many parts of the country go days or weeks without sunshine, and even when it does appear, it’s pretty anemic. Cabin fever […]

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The Diet Secrets of Aristotle, Abraham, and Alexander the Great

I enjoy looking back at the lives of great leaders and thinkers throughout history. There is a tremendous amount of wisdom available to us from the people of ancient times. They lived uncomplicated lives at a slower pace, so they had time to think more deeply and enjoy life. They worked with their hands and spent their time […]

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Feel Stronger with Simple Movements

Here at Fundamental Health Solutions, we teach you to eat right, think right, move right, and live right. Today, we’re excited to bring our the second exercise video in our series, “Move Right Monday.” Each video includes a simple exercise that you can perform for five to ten minutes a couple times during the day. We shared […]

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The Power of Perspective

These are dark times. No matter your faith persuasion, if you spend any time watching the news, it’s hard to deny: evil is active. Bad things are happening around the world, in America, and in our own communities. You may know of someone who is struggling with sickness or fear or discouragement. Maybe you’re the […]

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No! You Can’t Be Serious!

Part of healthy living is healthy eating. As a healthcare provider who works to treat the whole person (and not just the spine), I often recommend to my patients that they modify their diets to improve their overall health. The suggestion is usually met with some reluctance (or even outright resistance), at least at first. Everyone has […]

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Are You Healthy At Your Core?

You’ve probably noticed that several new exercise fads have emerged in the past few years. While that’s good news for the thousands of new people who are benefiting their overall health and well-being, it’s important to remember that not all exercises are created equal, and some of the most popular exercises are less effective for burning […]

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Feel the Love

With Valentine’s Day coming up this weekend, love is certainly in the air (of course, so is the flu, so make sure your immune system is strong with Wednesday’s article). So, on today’s “Think Right Thursday” we want to look at the health benefits of love and romance. What has that got to do with […]

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What’s That Smell??! Oh…It’s Good Health.

Name some foods that leap to your mind when I say, “health food.” Oranges? Check. Carrots? Got that. Kale? Thought you’d say that. Sauerkraut? Never even crossed your mind, did it?

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Move Right…Feel Great!

Here at Fundamental Health Solutions, we teach you to eat right, think right, move right, and live right. Today, we’re excited to bring our the first exercise video in our new series, “Move Right Monday.” Each video will include a simple exercise that you can perform for five to ten minutes a couple times during the […]

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How Are You Feeling…About How You’re Feeling?

Because I am a Chiropractor, it is often assumed that my interest into my patients’ health starts and ends with the condition of their spines. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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Could That Pain You’re Feeling Be Tied to a Food You’re Eating?

At some point in your life, you’ve probably known someone who was allergic to cats. When they get around cats, they sneeze, their eyes water, their face swells up, and sometimes they have difficulty breathing. That’s what most people think of when you talk about allergies, but it’s really only the tip of the allergy iceberg.

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7 Kind-of-Surprising Reasons to Start Doing Some Super-Simple Exercises Today

Back in 1953, when Jack LaLanne first took to the airwaves with a TV show dedicated to exercise and fitness, America was a very different place. Fresh off the hardships of World War II, Americans led physically-active lifestyles built around work, and obesity was rare. I don’t know if he foresaw it or not, but […]

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