The Benefits of Blocking Blue Light

  The electromagnetic spectrum spans from gamma rays—which can be deadly—to the radio waves that flow in the air all around us without any effect. Between the ultraviolet and infrared sections of the spectrum is the most important wavelength for our eyes: visible light. But research indicates that blue light can be problematic in high doses—especially with our increasing use of electronic devices. Both the sun and incandescent bulbs emits light in a broad range that our eyes have … [Read more...]

Top 10 Reasons to Shop at a Farmer’s Market

As summer comes to a close here in Michigan, harvest season is in full swing! Besides better-tasting, environmentally conscious food, there are lots of other reasons to eat local. Here are the top 10 reasons to shop your local farmers market.   1. Taste the difference. Farmer’s markets offer the freshest food around—usually only hours from the field—so you get top quality, perfectly ripe flavor. 2. Help the environment. Eating locally saves vast amounts of packaging waste and … [Read more...]

Spinal Stability and Low Back Pain

    When it comes to managing a low back condition, the goal of chiropractic treatment is for the patient to return to their normal daily activities as soon as possible. This not only means addressing low back pain but also low back disability, including impaired postural control and reduced spinal stability Movement control and spinal stability are controlled the deep muscles, the superficial muscles, and the nervous system that sends information to and from the brain. … [Read more...]

Energy Boosting Tips

  When fatigue hits during the day, many people will reach for a sugary snack or a caffeinated beverage. While these practices may lead to a quick, short burst of energy, the crash afterwards can leave one feeling even more tired. Here are some healthier methods to improve energy levels. 1) EAT BREAKFAST: Studies have shown that people who eat breakfast have less fatigue and stress than those who skip it. Avoid white flour/sugary options, like donuts. Instead try fruit and fiber-rich … [Read more...]

Important COVID-19 Update from Clear Choice Natural Healthcare

I wanted to keep you informed on the latest information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our operations. Our patient’s health and safety has always been our number one priority, now more than ever. It is an honor that you have chosen our clinic to assist you with your health goals.   We strive to work hard to provide you and your loved ones the highest quality of alternative health care whether you are an existing patient, a new patient or a potential patient.   With changes … [Read more...]

The Need for a Strong, Healthy Immune System

  A healthy immune system has never been more important. As a natural health care practitioner I have suggestions I'd like to recommend to you toward a plan to increase the effectiveness of your immune system. 10 Tips To Strengthen Your Immune System Don't smoke. This is a great reason to quit. Eat a diet of whole foods, rich in good protein, fruits and vegetables. Avoid fast foods and highly refined foods. Don't eat sugar. Exercise regularly. Whether you use a gym or not … [Read more...]

This is an “At Risk” Group for Viruses

Nearly all Type 2 Diabetics have a compromised immune system. As such they are much more prone to illness.  Today more than 114 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes.  The economic ramifications of this alone are enormous.  In 2019 the United States spent $350 billion treating this condition.   One of the best strategies to beat COVID-19 is to get underlying, chronic health conditions like this under control naturally.  This can often be successfully addressed and reversed by … [Read more...]

2020 Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen Foods

Nearly 70 percent of the fresh produce sold in the U.S. contains residues of potentially harmful chemical pesticides, according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG) analysis of the latest test data from the federal Department of Agriculture. But the dirtiest produce commodity, according to the USDA's Pesticide Data Program, is not a fresh fruit or vegetable but a dried one - raisins.   Traditionally, the EWG's Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ has included fresh fruits and … [Read more...]

Breezing Through Spring Allergy Season

While some of us jump for joy with the arrival of spring, others greet it with dread. The warmer weather brings torture for many allergy and asthma sufferers.  But the good news is that your diet can help relieve allergy and asthma symptoms.   While most allergy sufferers reach for a prescription, proper nutrition can make a dramatic difference.   Whether you suffer from allergies or asthma, you must reduce inflammation in your body. If, for example, you have yeast or mold … [Read more...]

Top 5 Garden Vegetables for Spring

Spring is finally here! All of you gardeners out there know that now is the time to get sprouting. There's no better way to know where your food comes from than by growing it yourself.   Seeds: Regardless of what crop you are growing, always choose organic, non-GMO varieties of seed.   Recommended seed sources: - Bakers Creek - High Mowing - Seed Savers Exchange   Gardening for Health: All vegetables are healthy for you in their own unique ways! We've put together a … [Read more...]