Cholesterol Drops 64 Points in 6 Weeks!

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Tina spent 10 years with high cholesterol. She tried dietary changes, exercise programs, supplements and more to try to lower her high cholesterol. She even went through a popular franchise weight loss program and lost weight, but her cholesterol didn’t budge. Her medical doctors were threatening to put her on statin drugs if her numbers…

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Genetic Roulette is Destroying Our Food Supply

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Genetic Roulette is destroying our food supply. We are at a critical point in history. Like no time before has our food supply been in such jeopardy. Big corporations like Monsanto are messing around with the genetics of our food, splicing it with their incredibly toxic pesticides, insecticides, and herbicides. Why are they doing this?…

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PH Testing For Vibrant Health, and Pain-Free Living

Your body’s pH is one of the most critical measurements that you can take. PH is a reflection of tissue oxygen levels, and indirectly, a reflection of mineral status. Therefore, in our era of badly depleted minerals in our soils, food, and consequently our bodies, checking your pH becomes an early warning detector that you…

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Digestive Trouble and Lower Back/Leg Pain Improving with Quantum Reflex Analysis and Applied Kinesiology

With multiple surgeries under her belt, and being put through the medical wringer, Dawn finally starts to see some improvement utilizing the procedures at Larsen Wellness Center, namely Applied Kinesiology and Quantum Reflex Analysis. There is more work to do, but she is starting to be able to walk with her family and regaining function…

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Quantum Reflex Analysis Minnesota

Unleashing the Power What if there was a way your body could quickly repair a damaged organ or rejuvenate itself at an accelerated rate? What if you could regain peak mental and physical performance in spite of having been chronically ill and fatigued for years? Today, many scientists believe the secrets of regeneration and healing…

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Hip and Knee Replacements: Why are they on the rise?

I just had a great question come in my email from one of my patients. She was asking why there is such a large increase in hip and knee replacement surgeries. From the following website, she pulled these statistics: http://bonesmart.org/forum/threads/statistics-of-joint-replacement-surgery.17854/ For the US, the only numbers I could find for primary knees was 600,000 in…

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Do’s and Dont’s in Recovering From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Adrenal Fatigue

Chronic fatigue, and exhaustion are one of the most common set of symptoms that people come in with. Many people in America and other developed countries wake up in the morning tired. They put on the pot of coffee or grab the can of pop to get themselves going. Then at night, many have to…

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Lyme Disease Minnesota – How I Am Helping My Son Get Over This Nasty Infection

Well, at the time of writing this it’s been about a week since I knew my 8 year old son had Lyme Disease. The tests have not come back yet, but it’s pretty obvious when you see the bulls eye rash and the horrible fatigue and muscle pain that he was in. I have helped…

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Underarm Sweat Laser Therapy: Is It A Good Idea To Stop Sweating?

So here I was driving home yesterday and I noticed a sign for underarm sweat laser therapy. Now, this therapy is designed to get you to stop sweating. Would you think this is a good idea? I know, it can sometimes be embarrassing if you are out at a fancy dinner, or a party or…

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Applied Kinesiology And Shoulder Pain

Many people when they think of chiropractic, think of back and neck pain, and possibly headaches.  But chiropractic is much more than that. The extremities of the body respond equally well, especially when the techniques of applied kinesiology are incorporated. The shoulder being a highly mobile joint is often subject to injury. One of the…

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