Thursday, November 21, 2019

It's a lifestyle change, not a diet


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

Golden Beet Salad with Apricot Vinaigrette

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Golden Beet Salad with Apricot Vinaigrette Recipe
You might think of dried apricots as a colorful, tasty snack, but in this healthy beet salad recipe they're pureed into the dressing, adding both sweetness and a silky texture. The fruitiness and spices are well-balanced in this dish, but if you like, add another dimension with a sprinkle of chopped fresh herbs, such as tarragon or mint.

Are These Nutrition Rumors Real or Fake?

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Are These Nutrition Rumors Real or Fake? Blog Post

Sometimes you read about a hot new food trend or a friend emails you saying that you have to try adding this to your morning coffee to solve all your ailments. But a lot of nutrition information floating around out there is either too good to be true or perpetuates nonsense about perfectly healthy foods. We took a harder look at some of the topics floating around the nutrition "rumor mill" and what the science said. See if some of these myths tricked you.

5 Healthy Snacks to Pack (Plus Why They're So Good for You)

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5 Healthy Snacks to Pack (Plus Why They're So Good for You) Blog Post

Snacks: most of us love to eat them, but it can be hard to choose healthy options on the go. Instead of too much added sugar, salt or calories, these snack recipes deliver filling protein and fiber plus nutrients to keep you energized whether you're packing them up for work, school or play.

Chicken Katsu with Creamy Slaw

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Chicken Katsu with Creamy Slaw Recipe
This crispy Japanese chicken recipe comes complete with a creamy warm slaw on the side. Serve with steamed brown rice or buckwheat soba noodles to round out the meal. We like to use chicken cutlets made with dark-meat chicken thighs—they have more than twice the immune-boosting zinc of white-meat chicken breasts.

4 Healthy Packaged Snacks We're Loving Now

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4 Healthy Packaged Snacks We're Loving Now Blog Post

Snacks are a big thing in the EatingWell office. Whether it's homemade treats from the Test Kitchen (perks of the job) or rummaging through a snack drawer, people are always snacking here. And that's a good thing: choosing healthy snacks with protein, fiber and nutrients helps make sure you fill up between meals, so you aren't tempted to overeat later in the day. Just don't go overboard on calories or sodium with your snack choices (watch out for that vending machine).

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