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Sunday, September 22, 2019

It's a lifestyle change, not a diet

Nutrition

When given proper nutrition, the human body maintains itself remarkably well. It heals itself more efficiently and upkeep is simply easier. For this reason, Frisina Family Chiropractic carries the complete line of Standard Process® whole food supplements, which contain many of the minerals, vitamins and phytonutrients that are missing from our daily diet. These whole food supplements work to provide the nutrition necessary for good health and healing.

Dr. Frisina is a Whole Food Nutrition Specialist who has an amazing ability to determine what nutrients the body needs and will utilize. She uses Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) to create a personalized supplement program for her patients. She tests which nutrient is needed and the exact dosage needed at that time. Each nutritional program is personally customized for you. You are a unique person and we do not believe in a “cookie cutter” program.


Needle-Free Allergy/Sensitivity Testing

Sensitivities can cause a wide array of symptoms including:

  • Headaches
  • Skin issues
  • Sinus problems
  • Digestive issues
  • Sleeping trouble
  • Weight gain
  • and so much more.

What is tested?
This test includes 4 panels (foods, heavy metals, immune challenges and toxic chemicals). There are 69 total vials tested.

How does it work?
Dr. Frisina has been certified in Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) and uses it to determine what you may have a sensitivity to. There is nothing injected into you for the testing, so we can be very specific as to which vial is causing your problem(s). Then once the sensitivity is identified we can put together a plan to get you well. If you are ready to finally find the cause of your problems call 217-787-4345 to schedule your test.

Nutrition News

Cranberry Coconut Salt Scrub from Kale & Caramel

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Cranberry Coconut Salt Scrub from Kale & Caramel Blog Post

Whether you need a homemade gift idea or you're looking for more natural skincare products this Cranberry Coconut Salt Scrub is the perfect thing to whip up. The recipe comes from Lily Diamond, of the popular L.A.-based food and lifestyle blog kaleandcaramel.com. Growing up, Lily Diamond worked alongside her mother, a developer of all-natural massage oils for spas across Maui, Hawaii. Her mother's love for plants struck a chord. "I understood how important it was for what I put on my body to be as pure as what I ate," she says.

How to Navigate the Holidays with a Food Allergy (and Still Eat Deliciously)

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How to Navigate the Holidays with a Food Allergy (and Still Eat Deliciously) Blog Post

Whole roasts with all the trimmings surrounded by mounds of herbed stuffing, creamy green beans covered with crispy onions, baskets of dinner rolls, soft salty butter, savory gravy. This tablescape is all too familiar—the happy tastes and smells of the holiday season. However, since I was diagnosed with celiac disease, that tantalizing tablescape signals caution.

Our Editors' Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

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Our Editors' Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes Blog Post

When you work at EatingWell, people expect pretty big things from you on Thanksgiving—whether you're hosting or contributing. And even though the pressure's on, we all know we can impress our friends and family with our favorite EatingWell recipes. I asked the other editors what their go-tos are and now I definitely have some new recipes to try this year. Here's hoping some of these recipes claim a spot on your table too.

3 Ways Instagram is Changing the Way We Eat

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3 Ways Instagram is Changing the Way We Eat Blog Post

If your Instagram feed is anything like mine then it's pretty saturated with food photos (with some cute babies, wedding pics and celebs thrown in). Those yummy snaps of kale salads, overflowing smoothie bowls or gooey chocolate brownies are more than just eye candy—they may actually change your diet choices, inspiring you to eat better (or worse). Now, new research is coming out showing some pretty good reasons to up to your Instagram game.

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