The Whey to Go for Athletes – Dr. Robert Silverman D.C.

The Whey to Go for Athletes Athletes should consume whey protein, particularly whey protein isolate, as it is an excellent source for muscle recovery1-3. Whey protein typically falls into two types: whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate. Whey protein concentrate consists of protein (25-80 percent), lactose (4-8 percent), and fat (1-7%)4. This is the supplement form commonly found in health and nutrition stores5. In contrast, whey protein isolate is…

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Sorry Paleo Diet followers. If you want to live longer, eat Whole Grains??? Dr. Brett A. Goldstein D.C.

If you want to live longer, eat Whole Grains???So we all know how bad grains are for the digestive system and how they promote inflammation. Humans have only been eating grains for the last 10,000 years although our genes were formed about 2million years ago. Without grains, people wouldn’t get fat and wouldn’t have high insulin levels. Since grains are very simple carbohydrates, they break down into sugar quickly. Due…

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Have you Injured your arm or leg? Don`t stop working out! – Dr. Brett A. Goldstein

Have you ever had a torn rotator cuff or broken arm and stayed home from the gym.  Well don`t!Research has shown that by performing  single-side training with the non-injured limb it will minimize the effects of atrophy and accelerate healing in the injured arm. This effect is known as cross-education.You increase strength in the injured limb due to neural adaptations. You will still have to train bilaterally to trigger a…

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Corrective Strategies For Anterior Tilt (Part 1) -Dr. Michael Nelson – D.C.

Corrective Strategies For Anterior Tilt (Part 1) What is an Anterior Pelvic Tilt? An anterior pelvic tilt (APT) is a commonly seen postural distortion in today’s society. Put simply, this is when the front portion of your pelvis is rotated anteriorly. To easily assess this, you can look at the level of your Anterior Superior Iliac Spine (ASIS) and your Posterior Superior Iliac Spine (PSIS) and see if there is…

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Non-Invasive Treatments for TMJ – Dr. Dan Danieley D.C.

Non-Invasive Treatments for TMJ   Temporomandibular joint disorder, better known as TMJ or TMJD, afflicts a sizable portion of the estimated 15 percent of Americans who suffer from facial pain. Reasons can vary, but often include: jaw grinding at night, constant clenching from stress, previous dental surgery and excessive gum chewing. Symptoms range from tooth and jaw pain to headaches, neck stiffness, earache and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Since…

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