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Your Healthy Tidbits; Volume 11 Issue 52

Your Healthy Tidbits; Volume 11 Issue 52

Wellness

TIDBIT #1

Break the monotony: “When each day is the same as the next, it’s because people fail to recognize the good things that happen in their lives every day that the sun rises.” Gratitude is the practice of finding the good in each day. Life can easily become stagnant and monotonous, but that changes depending on what we choose to see. There’s always a silver lining, if you look for it. Paulo Coelho paulocoelhoblog.com


TIDBIT #2

If you know someone who suffers from anxiety or develops occasional panic attacks, they may be experiencing the side effects of an underlying nutrient deficiency that is easily correctable. A small case study in Japan (21 people) identified a lack of both vitamin B6 and iron among participants who experienced panic/hyperventilation attacks. The researchers noted that the control group with no anxiety symptoms were found to have normal vitamin B and iron levels. B vitamins and iron are particularly important for the synthesis of tryptophan into serotonin, a neurotransmitter that regulates not only mood and mental stability, but also sleep and cardiovascular function. It’s important to note that all B vitamins are important for healthy brain and bodily function. A deficiency in any B vitamins can lead to mental health problems, which is why it is important to keep your levels in check. If you are looking to supplement with B vitamins, be sure to purchase only whole food-based varieties. Whole food-based supplements of any kind are better absorbed by the body than their synthetic counterparts. realfarmacy.com


TIDBIT #3

Holiday Eating Tip: Ruin your appetite: Right before you leave the house, have a balanced snack. Something with protein and carbohydrates is best. Have some plain Greek yogurt with some berries in it. This allows you to be in control when you’re at holiday gatherings so you can be more discriminating when it comes to which foods you would splurge on. everydayhealth.com


TIDBIT #4

According the Journal of Manipulative & Physiological Therapeutics a 25 yr. old woman underwent Chiropractic care for back pain. She was also suffering from glaucoma. After one visit to the Chiropractor the patient noticed an improvement in her eyesight. After 4 chiropractic adjustments her visual field increased from 2% to 20%. How could this be? The Chiropractor realigns the spinal column into correct alignment. This allows the nervous system to function properly. The nervous system regulates every cell of the body. Certain vertebrae house nerves that lead to specific body areas and parts. The second vertebra from your skull affects the eyes, optic nerves, auditory nerves, sinuses, and other areas. Who do you know who could benefit from chiropractic care? eyesandeyesight.com


TIDBIT #5

Consider drinking a cup or two of chamomile tea with your meal, especially if you have diabetes. A new study shows the tea may help prevent the development of diabetic complications, such as loss of vision, nerve damage, and kidney damage.  Chamomile tea has been studied more closely in the past 30 years, according to the report published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Chamomile has been used to treat inflammation, skin diseases, wounds, gout, and ulcers. Recent research shows that chamomile plant extract suppresses the growth of human cancer cells. diabetes.webmd.com


QUOTE

Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all. ~Dale Carnegie


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