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Is it Organic or GMO?

What the produce labels can tell you.

What the numbers on your fruit stickers REALLY mean (and the reason is actually much simpler than you think)

You may have collected them or stuck them onto your desk when you were at school, but odds are you’ve never really…

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Is it Gluten Intolerance or Allergies?

In 2012 medical authorities officially recognized that certain individuals could have adverse health effects from gluten ingestion, even though blood tests and biopsy results show a negative result for celiac disease, and no discernible damage to the intestinal tract can be found.

Improved digestion associated with a gluten-free…

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How Weight Loss Cuts Back Pain

There’s more to weight loss than fitting into your favorite jeans — it just may be your ticket out of chronic pain. So, how?

Research shows obesity not only increases your risk of lumbar disc herniation and pain in the lower back, it inhibits the effectiveness of back pain treatment….

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Fact or Myth: Is Coffee Good or Bad?

Many have said that our country runs on coffee. Some might also say we’re addicted to caffeine and the energy it provides.

Caffeine is a highly addictive compound that many people have come to depend on for the perception of increased energy. Caffeine operates by preventing…

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Don’t forget the Famous Cabbage Diet

Cabbage is a popular cultivar of the species Brassica oleracea and is a green leafy vegetable; distinguished by a short stem upon which is crowded a mass of leaves.  Usually green but some varieties are red or purple.

Cabbage is widely used throughout Europe and is an excellent source of…

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Meet the Doctor

Dr. Alicia Klimkiewicz-Larue has 15 years of experience in the holistic health care focusing mainly on healing through chiropractic and nutrition.
She graduated from New York Chiropractic College where she obtained her Chiropractic Degree along with National New York State certifications. She completed her education through Post-Graduate Seminars and Conferences.
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Headaches and Chiropractic Practice

Headaches are considered by some to be one of the most frequent complaints, and have been identified as the fifth most common reason for outpatient medical care.1 A study conducted in 1977-1978 indicated that headaches were the 11th most frequent reason for a visit to…

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