By: Dr. Dan Weessies DC, E. Bozik
Most of us are simply not getting enough omega-3 fats. In fact, nearly all Americans are deficient. And that’s frightening, because omega-3 fats are vital to overall health. Omega-3 fats are essential polyunsaturated fats. “Essential” meaning your body can’t make them, you must get omega-3 fats from your diet. Ideally, from small fatty fish, that are free of toxins.
By: Gleason Center Editors, Dr. Daniel Gleason, DC
But it's FAT FREE! Isn't it a healthy choice when the box says "low fat", "zero calorie", or "sugar free"? The short answer: no. When fat or calories are removed from a processed food, something else is put in it's place. More often than not, that substitute is scarier than the fat itself. In this month's newsletter, Dr. Gleason dives into the myths surrounding fat and how we can achieve healthy, long term weight loss.
By: Gleason Center Editors, E. Bozik
Coconut oil is just plain good for the body inside and out. Use topically on hair, skin, and nails for the perfect all natural moisturizer. Take as a supplement and receive the numerous health benefits of this popular superfood. Packed with medium chain fatty acids, coconut oil is known to improve antioxidant levels while lowering oxidative stress.
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