Have you been surfing too many big waves in Santa Cruz? Dancing too many Zumba classes? Lots of golfing or tennis in our beautiful Monterey Bay area?
Doing these fun activities too much commonly causes inflammation. Often when patients have pain in their muscles, achy joints, or swollen joints, then they also have excess inflammation.
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This fall I had a powerful personal experience of the healing potential of nutrition.
I was taking a free 6-week nutrition class, along with some other physicians and chiropractors in Santa Cruz, as a project for interns at Bauman College in Santa Cruz. (I’m going to host another free one for those of you that . . . → Read More: The Dramatic Healing Power of Nutrition
I love reading! I am definitely a bibliophile. And here in Santa Cruz, we have great local bookstores that are so much fun to hang out at, especially when they serve food and drinks to have while reading our books.
We can also buy really good books online. In addition to Amazon.com, I recently learned . . . → Read More: A Chiropractor’s Rx for Self-Care
The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen by Rebecca Katz is a book that is a toolbox full of great ideas designed to help you create a diet of cancer fighting foods with a minimum of stress in the kitchen for whoever is cooking. It gives you tips and tricks to address issues that commonly come up during cancer . . . → Read More: The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen – Book Review
The new Aspirin Alternative—Systemic Oral Enzymes, Written by Michael W. Loes, MD, MD (H), is a book that I highly recommend for people with inflammation, arthritis, soft-tissue and sports injuries. This interesting, easy to read book details a natural way to overcome chronic pain, reduce inflammation and enhance healing using systemic oral enzymes. It details . . . → Read More: The New Aspirin Alternative, Systemic Oral Enzymes Book Review