It’s July!!! The theme for this month is Cancer Prevention and Recovery. Before we get to that, let’s recap the great posts we shared this last week:
Arm and Shoulder Pain Relief by Fitness Magazine
There are other ways of relieving arm and shoulder pain without reaching for the ibuprofen. This article shows other ways to help ease that post-workout pain, and they feel much better than popping a pill. Plus, they require just a tiny bit more effort. Read on to find out more about Somatic movements and why its recommended for Arm and Shoulder pain.
6 Common Causes of Knee Pain by Ravelle Worthington
There are a number of possible reasons behind the joint problems you may experience. Here are six common causes of knee pain along with the signs, symptoms, and treatment tips for each.
Recipe of the week
If you are looking for a decadent protein packed treat these Vanilla Almond Protein Truffles are for you. They contain ZERO calories and make a delicious post workout snack because they are high in protein and ingredients that will facilitate tissue repair. Try this delicious 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.
It’s December!!! This month our theme is headaches. It is bound to be a very informative topic we’re excited to be talking about some of the many issues and concerns that fall under this category; however, before that let us recap what we covered last week.
Here’s a summary of the great posts we shared this last week:
“Kissing Helps Boost Your Immune System” By Brittany Smith
As if you needed another reason to initiate a make-out session. But according to this article 80 million bacteria is shared in a kiss and those shared germs actually boost your immune system.
“10 Foods A Naturopathic Doctor Always Buys” By Dr. Katie Corazzo
Here are a few foods you will find in your naturopath’s shopping cart.These foods are healthy, easy and quick to implement into any meal. Don’t forget to load up on these goodies next time you’re at the grocery store!
Product of the week
Anti-Flamme is a clean to use creme that exhibits an inflammatory, analgesic and tissue healing effect ideal for treating soft tissue and joint injuries such as those resulting from sports, contusions, strains, sprains, lumbago, sciatica, arthritic complaints, before and after spinal manipulation and overuse syndromes.
Recipe of the week
The fiber packed vegan carrot molasses muffins make a satisfying make-ahead breakfast and are an excelled health promoting addition to a brunch spread. Try this recipe by our very own Holistic Nutritionist, Jesse Lane Schelew:http://goo.gl/IjmkpF
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 aesthetics! Click here to book your next appointment.
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