Chiropractor in Mississauga Ontario – Does Coffee Effect Cholesterol?

In today’s news, we look at the possible cholesterol-raising effect from that morning cup of coffee. Several studies over the past decade have shown a link between coffee and cholesterol. Cafestol, a coffee oil found in both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee seems to be to blame. Watch this video now to find out which coffee is safest and the best way to brew your coffee. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.

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Chiropractor in Mississauga Ontario – Sit Less Now or Risk Not Walking Later

It is well known that a regular exercise routine improves your metabolism, reduces your risk of diabetes and certain cancers, helps you maintain a healthy weight and improves your cardiovascular health; however, research now shows that regular exercise may not be enough to offset the health risks associated with too much sitting. Watch this video now to find out the simple changes you can make to counteract the effects of too much sitting. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.

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Chiropractor in Mississauga Ontario – Emulsifiers May Disrupt Gut Bacteria

Emulsifiers are an ingredient added to processed foods, such as ice cream, salad dressing, pastas, bread and cookies, to prolong shelf life and keep ingredients from separating. Watch this video now and learn all the possible side effects as a result of consuming emulsifiers. By the way, emulsifiers are even in some of the medications you may be taking. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.

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Chiropractor in Mississauga Ontario – Depression and the Immune System

Treatments for depression mostly focus on brain chemicals such as serotonin; however, scientists now think inflammation, set off by an overactive immune system, may be the source of the problem. Watch this video now to find out about this powerful link. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.

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