Thursday, September 24, 2015
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Monday, May 18, 2015
Do you really want a sandwich?
Two slices of whole grain bread will convert into more sugar
than most candy bars...
By the time we add the items on the sandwich our sugar intake
can be way to high.
If you're still having a sandwich for lunch you might want to rethink and lose the bread or look for breads made out of non-grain options like, almond, coconut, or flax. (Just to name a few)
These types of breads are also all "gluten free". Gluten is the protein found in wheat and other grains. Gluten can cause inflammatory reactions and many chronic health issues.
We tend to get in a rut and stick to the same foods day after day. Eating a sandwich for lunch is just what we do right? Let's not be afraid to try something new and much healthier.
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Every Symptom is like a tornado warning siren...
If you remove the siren,
doesn't protect you
Patients tend to ignore symptoms or take medications to cover them up.
We want to get to the root of the symptom!
It could be as simple as the food your eating!
What we eat is a huge part of our overall health. Doctors tend to underdiagnose problems related to diet and nutrition.
Bread's by Anna
is one of our favorite brands!
All varieties are available in our office and can also be ordered online at www.healthmattersclinic.com
Dealing with food sensitivities can seem daunting in the beginning. Our goal is to assist you with the changes ahead and provide the needed tools to make the adjustment period easy.
Banana Bread, Pumkin Bread, pizza crust, brwonie mix, and many more to choose from!
Order directly from our Facebook Page
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Call and schedule and appointment with our food specialist at
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Chicken Stir Fry that everyone will enjoy!
I often hear that eating and cooking healthy foods takes to much time and effort.
Cooking healthy doesn't have to be complicated.
Keep it simple yet, tasty!