Trace Minerals B-12

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Trace Minerals-B12 combines important nutrients to support enzymatic reactions in the body.
  • Spectrum of minerals that support a healthy body
  • Provides essential cofactors for healthy cell functioning
  • Provides iodine, which is required for healthy thyroid, spleen, and red blood cell functions
  • Among other functions, these trace minerals support ligament, cartilage, and bone structure; immune and thyroid function; fat metabolism; and calcium utilization

Support your Bones, Thyroid, and Immune System:
Trace Minerals B-12 provides your body with trace minerals that may be lacking in your diet. Trace Minerals B-12 supplies manganese, iodine, zinc, copper, and iron. Among other functions, these trace minerals support ligament, cartilage and bone structure, immune and thyroid function, fat metabolism and calcium utilization.

 

Glucosamine Synergy

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Glucosamine Synergy combines Boswellia serrata with vitamins, minerals, and glucosamine to help maintain healthy joint function.
  • Maintains healthy connective tissue
  • Supports the body’s normal connective-tissue repair process
  • Supports joint health
  • Contains many of the same ingredients as Ligaplex II, with the added benefit of glucosamine and boswellia for relieving discomfort in the affected areas

Healthy Joint Functioning:
Glucosamine Synergy encourages healthy joint functioning by supporting the body’s natural cartilage, ligament, and bone regeneration function, maintaining optimal mobility. Glucosamine Synergy contains many of the same ingredients as Ligaplex II, with the added benefit of glucosamine and boswellia for relieving discomfort in the affected areas.

 

 

Reference: Trace Minerals B-12 and Glucosamine Synergy

Supplements for Healthy Aging

Trace Minerals B-12

Trace Minerals-B12 combines important nutrients to support enzymatic reactions in the body. Spectrum of minerals that support a healthy body Provides essential cofactors for healthy cell functioning Provides iodine, which is required for healthy thyroid, spleen, and… Read More

Did You Know…..

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Tomatoes are very high in the carotenoid Lycopene; eating foods with carotenoids can lower your risk of cancer.

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At birth, we are generally born with 350 bones in our skeleton, as we grow and age, bones fuse together resulting in us only having 206 bones as adults.

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Americans worked 12-hour days and 7-day weeks in the late 1800s. Kids as young as 5-6 years old worked in factories.

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Did You Know…..

Tomatoes are very high in the carotenoid Lycopene; eating foods with carotenoids can lower your risk of cancer.

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Prep timeCook timeTotal timeServes: 9
Ingredients:
  • 3 cups chopped veggies of your choice
  • ½ chopped onion
  • 2 tablespoons minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 cup low fat ricotta cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • 2 cups tomato sauce
  • 12 uncooked oven-ready whole grain lasagna noodles
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
Instructions:
  1. Chop the veggies. Saute the onion and garlic in the oil over medium high heat. Add veggies and saute until tender. Set aside.
  2. Whisk egg into ricotta cheese and stir in fresh spinach.
  3. Pour a little sauce in the bottom of a greased 9×13 pan. Top with 4 lasagna noodles,1/2 cup ricotta mixture, ½ of the veggies, and ¾ cup sauce. Repeat; top entire pan with noodles, remaining sauce, and mozzarella cheese.
  4. Cover and bake for 40 minutes at 375 degrees. Remove foil and bake for 10 minutes more or until cheese is bubbly.
Notes:
For my veggies, I used broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, and red peppers. Check the lasagna at 30 minutes and add ¼ cup vegetable stock if the lasagna looks too dry.

Skinny Veggie Lasagna

Prep time:  10 mins   Cook time:  50 mins   Total time:  1 hour   Serves: 9 Ingredients: 3 cups chopped veggies of your choice ½ chopped onion 2 tablespoons minced garlic 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 cup low fat ricotta cheese 1… Read More

By Dr. Scott Kuper

Everyone wants to live a long life, but nobody likes growing old. With advances in modern medicine the average lifespan continues to get longer, but what good are those extra years if your failing health doesn’t let you enjoy them to the fullest? I recently read an article that discussed the rising healthcare costs from diseases of old age, and how more and more people are resorting to cosmetic surgeries and pharmacology to look younger as they grow older, but looking young doesn’t fix feeling young. The article also stated that although we cannot change the fact that our bodies do change on a cellular level as we age, we can delay or minimize these age-related changes with appropriate diet, exercise, and lifestyle modifications. This falls directly in sync with Body Logic’s motto of “Move better, feel better, live better.” Let me explain how:

One of the inevitable changes that occurs in the body as we get older is that muscle mass and strength decreases while the tendency to gain body fat increases. A study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology in 2008 investigated methods of minimizing this effect. It found that subjects who participated in a reduced calorie diet combined with an exercises program improved their fitness levels, increased their ability to burn fat, and minimized the loss of muscle mass better than diet or exercise alone. The take home message: make smart food choices, and GET MOVING! The more active you are, the stronger and healthier you will be for many years to come. If you are not used to exercise and are having a tough time getting your body to do what you want it to, come talk to us about how chiropractic treatments can help improve your mobility and decrease your joint pain. This will allow you to keep exercising, which will maintain your muscle mass and strength so you can play with your grandkids instead of just watching them run around like you used to be able to do. It’s never too early to start either- the effort you put in while still young puts you ahead of the curve later in life. Additionally, research has shown that exercise promotes the production of neurotrophic factors and receptors which can reverse the age-related decline in neural stem cells in the brain. This means the more physically active you are, the fewer “senior moments” you will have and the better your memory will be as you keep making more memories for years to come. The better you move, the better you feel- mentally and physically, and the better your lifestyle will be as you get older.

Another way to help prevent cognitive decline with age is to reduce stress and have a relaxed personality. Let’s face it: life is stressful. But studies have shown that people who are not easily distressed by life circumstances were 49% less likely to develop dementia over time, compared to people who are prone to distress. That’s a pretty significant statistic! Many studies have shown how massage can reduce stress levels and promote relaxation. So take some time for yourself once in a while to get a massage that will help you feel better, both physically and emotionally, which in turn will help ensure that you live happily to grow old and wise and enjoy the golden years without disability or disease.

Aging can have a huge impact on the physical, mental, and financial costs of the nation and for you as an individual. However, there are many ways that you can reduce or even eliminate those costs with minimal effort. And more good news- we are here to help you! Come talk to us about how you can maintain your good health and live a full life for many years to come.

 

 

Written by Dr. Scott Kuper

Healthy Aging

By Dr. Scott Kuper

Everyone wants to live a long life, but nobody likes growing old. With advances in modern medicine the average lifespan continues to get longer, but what good are those extra years if your failing health doesn’t … Read More