Babies need to get adjusted due to the trauma received at birth.
Even teddy bears need adjusting from time to time from Dr. Doug Ferguson
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More parents are having their babies adjusted by a chiropractor. What about your child?
X-rays help find subluxations.
Phase 1 Subluxation
Phase 2 Subluxation
Phase 3 Subluxation
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Considering that, here is a shortlist of breakfast ideas on what to have for a healthy breakfast:
1.Fruits (bananas, apples, and oranges ) are any time snacks as they are easy to carry and are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber and can give you an immediate energy boost.
2. Choose ready to eat fiber rich cereals and toss a handful of berries or nuts or seeds to heighten the nutrient score.
1 cup of cereal with skimmed milk will provide about 120 calories and 4 grams of protein and 20 grams of fiber.
3. If you want snack food then Cinnamon flavoured instant oatmeal makes a great breakfast meal. However be careful as many such oatmeals may be filled with sugar.You may add handful of nuts and seeds to improve the nutrient quotient. Instant oatmeal provides 120-140 calories plus fiber and protein. Check the labels before buying.
Steel-cut oatmeal is probably the healthier choice, but if you are in a hurry, the instant kind will do fine (it doesn’t have as much fiber, but the other ingredients make up for that). If you’re using the non-instant oatmeal; after microwaving the oatmeal, add ground flaxseed, frozen blueberries, sliced almonds. You can add a little cinnamon and honey (not a lot) That’s four power foods, full of fiber and nutrients and protein and good fats, with only a couple of minutes of prep time.
Oatmeal is great for those who want to lose some weight.Oatmeal can help you lose weight in two ways. First, it’s packed with fiber and it keeps you feeling fuller longer. Second, a recent study in the Journal of Nutrition reported that eating a breakfast made with “slow-release” carbohydrates—such as oatmeal or bran cereal—3 hours before you exercise may help you burn more fat. How? Eating “slow-release” carbohydrates doesn’t spike blood sugar as high as eating refined carbohydrates (think: white toast). In turn, insulin levels don’t spike as high. Because insulin plays a role in signaling your body to store fat, having lower blood sugar levels may help you burn fat.