Strengthening Exercises for Your Core

Whether you realize it or not, your core plays an essential function in daily life. Sitting, standing, turning sideways, nearly any movement.

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Five Exercise Myths for People 55 and Older

When it comes to exercise for the 55-and-older population, plenty of myths drive people’s actions – or inactions – when it comes to health.

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Believe in Food

The healthcare crisis cannot be solved with a better healthcare system. It can only be addressed with better health. It starts with food.

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Office Stretches for Health and Energy

Stretching during a day in the office isn’t just to help reduce stress and strain. It can also help you maintain your energy levels

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Making Your Goals Your Life Through Behavior Change

Behavior change is not easy. If we could wake up desiring things that improve health and despising what doesn’t, good health would be easy.

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Is Your Portfolio “Healthy”?

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. If you can exercise regularly, you’ll help yourself feel better, control your weight and even reduce the chances of developing certain diseases. But why not extend the concept of “fitness” to other areas of your life – such as your investment portfolio?

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Capstone Clinic announces the launch of Alaska’s first telemedicine clinic and kiosk service

Capstone Clinic announces the launch of Alaska’s first telemedicine clinic and kiosk service, Capstone Express Clinic, on Monday, December 11, 2017 in the 5th Avenue Mall in downtown Anchorage.

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When Plants Attack: Lectins, Phytates and Oxalates

Of all the nutritional recommendations that are passed around, eating more fruits and vegetables seems like a tip that should be universally good for everyone. Like every guideline, even this one has caveats. Many plant foods contain compounds that are irritating to our digestive system, immune system, and even nervous system. These compounds can cause certain plant foods to do more harm than good. In some cases, proper preparation of the foods can mitigate the ill effects of the compounds, but in other cases, the foods should be avoided in their entirety.

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Conclusions from Weston A. Price

Returning to a natural diet may not widen dental arches or straighten teeth, but in some cases can be extremely helpful for tooth decay.

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Around the World with Weston A. Price

Dr. Weston A. Price, DDS found that people whose tooth decay, heart disease, and diabetes were near zero, now rival modern America.

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