Poor Research or Media Lies? The Problem with Conflicting Health Information

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By Dr. Mark Wiley We don't know why, but poor health information surrounds us everywhere. Down right lies, some of it. And the general public has no way of knowing if what they hear, read or see is authentic or merely bogus. Is it the media sensationalizing information for a "compelling story." Is it government agencies in … Read More

Filed Under: General HealthJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 19,2015

Why Not to Wear Heel Lifts

By Steve Hefferon, CMT, PTA   Here at the Healthy Back Institute we discourage people from going straight into heel lifts. Sufferers need to understand why wearing lifts might end up prolonging their pain. Heel lifts can work against you achieving the physical balance necessary for a pain-free pelvis or back. Knowing … Read More

Filed Under: TransferJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 16,2015

Top 5 Ways to Eliminate Your BELLY POOCH For Good

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More than half of Americans (54 percent) have serious belly pooch, which officially is known as abdominal obesity (a waistline of more than 35 inches in women and 40 inches in men).[i] In the last 12 years alone, the average waist size in the US expanded two inches for women and one inch for men – an increase that’s far f … Read More

Filed Under: Weight LossJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 15,2015

How Systemic Enzymes Fight for Your Brain Health …

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Your body requires millions of biochemical reactions to keep you alive day-in and day-out. These reactions wouldn’t be possible without enzymes, which can perform up to several million catalytic reactions per second.[i] The enzymes work by speeding up these biochemical reactions significantly – keeping a pace that’s fast … Read More

Filed Under: Alzheimer'sJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 10,2015

5 UNHEALTHIEST Breakfasts for Your Waistline

Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, but one survey found only 34 percent of U.S. adults take the time to eat a morning meal.[i] Whether or not eating breakfast is truly beneficial, as opposed to skipping it, is up for debate – there’s evidence both for and against it. But assuming you choose to … Read More

Filed Under: Healthy EatingJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 7,2015

7 Everyday Activities that SURPRISINGLY Cause Back Pain

Up to 84 percent of Americans will suffer from low back pain at some point during their lives.[i] Sometimes there’s an obvious precursor to the pain, like a car accident or arthritis … but much more often, there is not. The pain is labeled “non-specific” back pain in these cases, which is another way of saying the cause o … Read More

Filed Under: Back PainJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 4,2015

Your Eye Color Determines How Pain-Sensitive You Are?

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Pain is a highly individual complex experience involving biochemical and neurological reactions. Your experience of pain from, say, stubbing your toe will be entirely different from that of your spouse or colleague – even if the same amount of force is exerted. What shapes an individual’s pain sensitivity or tolerance is … Read More

Filed Under: Pain ReliefJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, February 2,2015

10 Best Foods to Eat RAW for Beautiful Skin

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Have you heard? Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, announced last summer that she was eating a raw-food diet at least one day a week. Her motivation? To achieve radiant skin.[i] Even if you’re not a fan (or follower) of the Royal Family, this news is worth noting. Not about Kate Middleton – the fact that raw foods … Read More

Filed Under: Healthy EatingJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, January 28,2015

Poor Sleep Shrinks Your Brain

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You know that heavy, foggy feeling you get in your head after a night of too little sleep? It’s not a coincidence – your brain really is ‘hurting.’ Even one bad night’s sleep can cause changes in your brain similar to those that occur if you’re hit in the head.[i] Specifically, both poor sleep and head injury lead to a sp … Read More

Filed Under: SleepJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, January 26,2015

The Top 7 Healthy and Delicious Exotic Fruits

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In the US, the most popular fruits (in order) are bananas, apples, oranges, grapes and strawberries.[i] These certainly have merit – for taste and nutrition – but there’s a whole world out there … and in it quite a few exotic fruits that you might not have heard of. If you’re looking for a new treat, try these seven deliciou … Read More

Filed Under: Healthy EatingJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, January 22,2015
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