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Maitland Chiropractor Vitamin D Update

Evidence has shown that low blood vitamin D Levels are associated with increased risk for heart disease, diabetes, depression, dental caries, osteoporosis, and periodontal disease, all of which are either considered risk factors for dementia or have preceded incidence of dementia.    Vitamin D and Pregnancy: It appears that vitamin D insufficiency during pregnancy is potentially associated with increased risk of preeclampsia, insulin resistance and gestational diabetes mellitus.  Sufficient amounts …Read More

Autism, Mercury, and High Fructose Corn Syrup in Winter Park

There have been constant yet controversial claims of autism incidence being linked to exposure to the neurotoxin mercury.  In that regard a study published in Environmental Health pertaining to mercury exposure as a consequence of consuming products containing High Fructose Corn Syrup is thought provoking and potentially devastating.   Mercury is used to produce thousands of products including food ingredients such as citric acid, sodium benzoate, and high fructose corn …Read More

Warning: 7 Tips Everybody Ought to Know About Auto Accidents in Orlando

No one likes to think about getting into a traffic accident, but it’s important to plan. Sources cite the likelihood of being in a car accident anywhere from 25% to 80% in a person’s lifetime. Here are seven steps you can take to make sure the process proceeds as smoothly as possible. 1. Be prepared before it happens While auto insurance policies don’t make for exciting reading, you need to …Read More

Does Zinc Fight the Flu and Colds? Maitland Chiropractor

Of 14 studies published over the last 25 years, about half shown benefits. On the positive side, a 2008 study of 50 people in the Journal of Infectious Diseases found that people who took zinc lozenges every few hours within the first 24 hours of a cold had symptoms that lasted half as long as people who sucked on placebo lozenges. With zinc they were also half as miserable. Compared …Read More

Probiotics, Good for Bones and Much More! Winter Park

Most people by now have heard about using probiotics after antibiotic therapy to restore the good bacteria and flora to the gut (antibiotics will kill off the good & bad bacteria). But did you know probiotics were good for bones? Probiotics can help heart health, inflammation, leaky gut, food allergies, infant allergies, autoimmune conditions, and many more health concerns. Lactobacillus reu-teri in small doses has been shown to lower cholesterol. …Read More

Maitland Chiropractor Vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for promoting calcium absorption in the gut and maintaining adequate blood calcium and phosphate concentrations enables normal growth of bone.  It is needed for bone growth and bone remodeling. Without sufficient vitamin D, bones can become thin, brittle, or misshapen. Vitamin D sufficiency prevents rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. Together with calcium, vitamin D also helps protect older adults from osteoporosis. Vitamin D has …Read More

New Test for Fibromyalgia in Maitland

New Test for Fibromyalgia       If you suffer from muscle pain, feel irritable, and can’t shake that feeling of fatigue, you may be on of the thousands of undiagnosed people suffering from Fibromyalgia – a disease that is often misunderstood and only recently diagnosed.        Fibromyalgia is the diagnosis of whole-body pain, said Dr. Channing Bolick, a chiropractor with The Bolick Clinic at 500 E. Horatio Ave. in Maitland. …Read More

Maitland Orlando Chiropractor Receives Award

Dr. Channing Bolick Receives Miracle Award for Clinical Excellence from Palmer College of Chiropractic   College honors Florida chiropractor’s success in treating 21 degree spinal curvature in ten-year-old boy using only chiropractic adjustments   MAITLAND, FL  Dr. Channing Bolick, Director of The Bolick Clinic and Physical Therapy of Maitland, Florida (www.bolickclinic.com), has been awarded Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Miracle Award for Clinical Excellence for 2006.  Presented at the school’s Davenport, …Read More