n order to lose weight we were told to move more and eat less. So we all starved ourselves and slaved over our treadmills and bikes. Some of us lost weight, some of us got skinny fat and for others of us...it didn't do a damn bit of good.
Frustrated, we returned to our old eating patterns and remained dissatisfied with our bodies. Research is showing that it isn't how much, but what type of food we are eating.
Foods that promote hormonal balance allow our bodies to release excess weight and find a new set point. When we couple these hormonal happy meals with exercise, the weight begins to fall off.
Thank heavens and hear is the even better news...if we eat hormone happy meals, get cardiovascular exercise in shorter duration with higher intensity and lift weights....well, we change our lives!
What do these 4 conditions have in common? I co-manage these conditions in kids. As a pediatric chiropractor, I have special training in assessment and treatment of infants, toddlers and children. The above four conditions, along with reaching developmental milestones all have credible research to support the benefits of chiropractic care. I will discuss briefly how I help with each condition. There isn't enough blog space to get in depth, however, if you and your family are experiencing any of these conditions and are interested in finding out more feel free to email me any questions you might have.
1. Ear Infections: Often chronic in nature and typically have an inner ear drainage component. My philosophy is to change the biomechanics and reduce the root cause. If the inner ear isn't draining properly due to muscle function and alignment issues, resolve this and viola ear infections clear up.
2. Colic: This is clinically defined as three hours or more of inconsolable crying...
4 Tbsp pesto, homemade or store-bought (half of the homemade recipe will be enough)
4 tsp fresh lemon juice
1 pint grape tomatoes, halved
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Bring a pot of water to a boil. Cut four pieces of aluminum foil into 14-inch lengths.
Toss asparagus with 2 tsp olive oil and season with salt and pepper to taste, divide into 4 servings and layer in center of each piece of foil. Season both sides of salmon with salt and pepper. Layer salmon over asparagus and then spread 1 Tbsp pesto over top. Drizzle 1 tsp lemon juice over each fillet. Toss tomatoes with remaining 1 tsp olive...