Whether you want to slow the progress of Osteoarthritis or prevent future issues, part of the easy steps to keeping your joints healthy is to add in some Vitamin D! According to Katherine Zeratsky, Registered Dietician at the Mayo Clinic, “Vitamin D deficiency can cause your bones to become thin, brittle or misshapen”. Because our […]
It is easy to remember the “what” when it comes to dieting; vitamins, minerals, proteins and sugars. These terms go hand-in-hand with healthy eating. It’s not as easy to remember the “why.” Why do we need to eat dark leafy greens? Why should I pick whole grain wheat bread over white? For the informed eater, […]
When it comes to insurance, often the most pressing question is – how much you may be required to pay out of pocket. While the exact figures vary depending on your coverage and your medical needs, a few essential elements will help you understand how much you could personally be responsible for in a year…
You might be surprised to find out that many insurance companies electively choose not to offer and pay for a variety treatments. We want you to get the care you deserve, but it can be hard to know who offers what. So we wanted to clarify some points for you regarding the services and treatments we offer here at Reflex.
To list all of the reasons why fish oil is good for us would take an entire book, we’ve been talking about how fish oil reduces inflammation and promotes joint health for years now; but that’s not all it does, let’s take a look at five of the top (other) reasons fish oil should be a part of your daily supplement routine.
This health supplement actually triggers your body to increase resting thermogenesis as well as increase your resting energy expenditures, all without making you jittery or unable to sleep at night. XanthiTrim has also shown to help maintain a healthy liver and helps regulate the inflammatory balance throughout the body.
Health professionals are now encouraging their patients to think of their gut as the body’s second brain. Why? Because our gut is home to over 100,000,000,000,000 (that’s 100 trillion) good bacteria. Not all bacteria is bad. In fact, there are over 500 different kinds of bacteria in our body that aid our intestines in digestion, while also helping our immune system fight illness.
We all know we should take fish oil; it’s good for our heart, eyes, hair, joints, and brain. But there are dozens of versions and brands for sale; when buying a fish oil supplement, what is it that we should be looking for? What makes a fish oil supplement good, and what makes a fish oil supplement bad? Let’s discuss three different things to look for when purchasing and taking fish oil.