Long Term Benefits of Chiropractic Care

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnNovember 12, 2017

Long Term Benefits of Chiropractic Care “Surrogate indication of DNA repair in serum after long term chiropractic intervention – a retrospective study” Campbell, C. J., Kent, C., , Banne, A., Amiri, A., & Pero, R. W. (2005). Surrogate indication of DNA repair in serum after long term chiropractic intervention – a retrospective study. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research,

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Enzyme Nutrition and Longevity

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnSeptember 28, 2015

It’s come to light in recent years that strong digestion, a robust immune system and keeping the lymphatic network clean can ensure solid health and longevity. These three systems are heavily dependent on enzymes to function at their very best. Enzymes are proteins that facilitate chemical reactions in living organisms. They are required for every

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Digestion: The cornerstone of health

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

There is a big misconception about digestion. One assumes that when you put food into your mouth, chew it and swallow that your body automatically digests, absorbs and assimilates the food and nutrients. This is not always the case. For people who have problems with their digestive system understand what I am talking about. In

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Allergies or Lymphatic Congestion?

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

  Do you think that there was a flaw in the design of the human body so that some people are plagued with allergies and not others?  Do you experience mild sinus congestion or post nasal drip on a daily basis?  Or do you experience seasonal allergies spanning 2-4 episodes of sinus congestion a year? 

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Stress levels on the rise, health on the decline

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

Everyone knows that when we have increased stress levels in our lives, whether it’s at work or in our personal lives or in these times of financial uncertainty, in due time our health also gets compromised.   We all have had an ongoing stressful situation at one point or another and after a while we tend

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Small Steps to Better Health

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

When we think of relationships, we usually think of them in terms of relationships with other people.  We also have relationships with things such as money, hobbies, our computers, cell phone and of course, our health.  As you know, for any relationship to flourish and grow we need to nurture them by putting energy and

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Two Self-Inflicted Sufferings

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

  I was at a conference several years ago. This one speaker came out on stage and started by saying that he recently learned about two self-inflicted sufferings we bring upon ourselves. I was intrigued. He then proceed to share them with us. They are our constant obsession about the future and our constant comparison

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Why your lifestyle may not give you the results you want for your health?

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

Do you want more energy, clarity of thought, better restful sleep, quicker recovery time from workouts, weight loss, stronger digestion or immune system, less body/joint aches and pains, decreased allergies, food sensitivities or skin/hair problems? Do you have a healthy lifestyle such as consistently exercising, eating clean, drinking enough water and getting restful sleep, but

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Things I wished I had done differently about my health.

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

Today I want to talk to you about relationships.  We all have relationships to different people and things: family, friends, coworkers, money, music, our car, sports and of course, our health.  And just like any relationship, it takes time, education, energy and effort to make that relationship work.  If you do not put time, education,

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Knee Pain – What Causes it?

By Keith Giaquinto | Posted OnApril 27, 2015

Knee Pain – what causes it? Is it a primary cause or a secondary effect? Knee pain can be very debilitating for some people, especially if you are a physically active person.  If you are used to being active and exercising regularly, knee pain can really set you back.  What most people don’t understand is

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