Eating well can be a hard thing to do sometimes.  There are so many people who tell you so many different things.  “Go vegan, be a vegetarian, no carbs, gluten free…” At Texas Chiro Health it is our goal to educate our patients on how to eat right for the Human species.  We evolved as a species and ate a certain way for a reason.  We will give you the best research on how to eat in a way that is congruent with our species for optimal health.

Anti-Inflammatory Benefits of Ginger

Chiropractor Shares Anti-Inflammatory Benefits of Ginger

Anti-Inflammatory Benefits of Ginger Shared by Dr. Erik Waldeland This recipe is loaded with numerous healthy, clean ingredients, while also tasting amazing which can be hard to come by nowadays with how much processing we are doing to our foods.  The ingredient I am highlighting however is

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Keep Your Brain Healthy

Stay Out of Pain While Keeping Your Brain Healthy

Green Smoothie to Keep Your Brain Healthy Video shared by Dr. Bryan Stephens I know I wrote a synopsis and the surprise that chocolate can be healthy, but I was recently listening to a podcast on brain derived neurotropic factor (BDNF) and heard some new information I

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Fight Pain and Disease

Stay Healthy, Fight Pain and Disease Through Nutrition

Nutrition to Fight Pain and Disease By: Dr. John Wertish As a Chiropractor I’m always looking for ways to lower inflammation that causes pain, whether it’s through nutrition, physical movement or managing stress. I teach my patients that along with the chiropractic adjustment to keep them moving

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Chiropractic and Brain Health

Chiropractor’s Research Review of How to Boost Your Brain Health

McKinney Chiropractor Best Practices Research Commentary;  Chiropractic and Brain Health A review of Roschel H, Gualano B, Ostojic SM, Rawson ES. Creatine Supplementation and Brain Health. Nutrients. 2021;13(2):586. Published 2021 Feb 10. doi:10.3390/nu13020586 By Dr. Erik Waldeland Summarized Review Conclusions There is an abundance of evidence supporting

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Eat Well June 16, 2020