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Monthly Archives: June 2015

This Week at Yellow Gazebo – Friday, June 26, 2015

Continuing with our pain theme, here’s a recap of the great posts we shared this last week:

6 Exercises to Reverse Bad Posture by Morgan Sutherland

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When you neglect your posture, you invite chronic back pain. Rounding your low back while sitting for extended periods of time in front of a computer, standing for hours stooped over, sleeping improperly and lifting poorly can all lead to debilitating aches. This article features 6 exercises to help you reverse bad posture

8 Gout-Causing Foods by Anne Harding

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Gout is an extremely painful inflammation of the joints caused by a buildup of needle-sharp uric-acid crystals. If you’re prone to gout, the foods you eat—and don’t eat—play a key role in keeping your joints pain-free. This article features 8 gout causing foods that you should avoid.

 

 

Recipe of the week

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Who doesn’t love chilled lemonade on a hot summer day? Why not try Fizzy Lavender Lemonade, a fun twist on lemonade by our  very own Holistic Nutritionist, Jesse Lane Wellness. Recipe here.

 

Remember that we have lots of great natural health care services here at Yellow Gazebo, including acupuncture, massage therapy, physiotherapy, chiropractic, and naturopathy. And recently we even added facial aesthetics! Click here to book your next appointment.

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This Week at Yellow Gazebo – Friday, June 19, 2015

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Salmon isn’t just a ridiculously tasty dinner; it’s also proven to make you feel better from head to toe. Continuing with our pain theme, here’s a recap of the great posts we shared this last week:

 

 Difference between Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis by Niya Jones

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Fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis are potentially debilitating disorders that lead to chronic pain. Fibromyalgia is characterized by muscle pain and stiffness, profound fatigue and difficulty sleeping. Multiple sclerosis can cause a wide range of symptoms, including vision problems, muscle weakness, painful muscle spasms and poor bladder control. Both fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis tend to affect women more often than men. Neither disorder has a clear-cut cause. Despite these similarities, important distinctions separate the two conditions. Do you know the difference?

How to Relieve Back Pain in 10 Steps by Andrea Stanley

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For anyone who’s ever suffered from back pain beating it seems like a giant job that only a powerful dose of meds can handle. While popping a pill may provide some relief, it won’t cure the cause of your chiropractic cricks. But you don’t need to hobble around in discomfort, either. Here are some easy-at-home back pain remedies for you to try

Recipe of the week

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Breakfast is the most important meal of  the day,  Breakfast Quinoa is a wonderful vegan and gluten free breakfast that will keep you feeling full for hours. Quinoa, seeds and nuts are packed with protein which will keep you going until lunch time with no snack needed. Try this delicious Breakfast Quinoa recipe here by our very own Holistic Nutritionist, Jesse Lane Wellness 

Remember that we have lots of great natural health care services here at Yellow Gazebo, including acupuncture, massage therapy, physiotherapy, chiropractic, and naturopathy. And recently we even added facial aesthetics! Click here to book your next appointment.

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This Week at Yellow Gazebo – Friday, June 12, 2015

It’s JUNE !! This month our theme is Pain. We are excited to be talking about some of the many issues and concerns that fall under this category. 

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You Don’t Need That Much Water (and Other Healthy Habits You’re Doing Wrong) by Zohar Lazar

Think you should drink 8 glasses of water a day? Or let a wound breathe until it scabs over? This article features Here are 5 health principles that you’re probably doing wrong.

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How to deal, heal, and workout with plantar fasciitis  by Chris Freytag

You get out of bed and your foot hurts. You don’t remember injuring yourself and since it feels better the more you walk around, you assume it’s a fluke. Gradually it hurts more. But still, it feels better when you move around on it so it can’t be bad, right? Wrong. You have plantar fasciitis. Don’t let plantar fasciitis and foot pains set your workouts and goals back! This article features the best ways to treat, heal, and exercise with plantar fasciitis. http://goo.gl/0u27H2

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Recipe of the week

Nothing says summer like iced tea, and this mint & lime infused version is one of the best ways to cool off on a hot day. Mojito Ice Tea is really easy to make because it only has 4 ingredients, but you have to plan ahead a little to give the mint tea time to cool. Try this delicious and refreshing Mojito Ice Tea recipe by our very own Holistic Nutritionist, Jesse Lane Wellness http://goo.gl/cwxVzN.

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Remember that we have lots of great natural health care services here at Yellow Gazebo, including acupuncture, massage therapy, physiotherapy, chiropractic, and naturopathy. And recently we even added facial aesthetics! Click here to book your next appointment.

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