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New Research on Chiropractic Care and Colic

Posted by on Dec 28, 2016 in children, research | Comments Off on New Research on Chiropractic Care and Colic

Anglo-European College of Chiropractic has shown that chiropractic care provides a lot of benefit for children who have colic. crying was significantly reduced by about 2 hours on average.  Four weeks later, colic had disappeared in 82% of the children (infants) undergoing chiropractic care. I was doing some research online the other day and found some information that I thought worthy to share with you. I know that many of my patients are either parents or grandparents, and if you aren’t, this is still important information to know. A recent study done late last year at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic has shown that chiropractic care provides a lot of benefit for children who have colic. If you’re not sure what colic is, it’s generally defined as persistent crying, not likely to be soothed by a caring parent, mainly...

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L carnitine therapy for autism spectrum disorders?

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016 in children, nutrition, research | Comments Off on L carnitine therapy for autism spectrum disorders?

L carnitine, can it help with autism spectrum disorders? One paper says L Carnitine improved hand muscle strength of autism children. A prospective double-blind, randomized clinical trial of levocarnitine to treat autism spectrum disorders. Geier DA, Kern JK, Davis G, King PG, Adams JB, Young JL, Geier MR. The Institute of Chronic Illnesses, Inc., Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A. and CoMeD, Inc., Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A. BACKGROUND: L carnitine was proposed as a potential treatment for patients diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder to improve mitochondrial dysfunction, but no prior randomized controlled trials have been conducted. MATERIAL/ METHODS: Thirty subjects diagnosed with an ASD were randomly assigned to receive a standardized regimen (50 mg L carnitine/kg bodyweight/day) of liquid L carnitine (n=19) or placebo (n=11) for 3-months. Measures included changes in professionally completed Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS), hand muscle...

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Don’t Skip Breakfast – Here’s Why…

Posted by on Oct 3, 2016 in children, nutrition, obesity, research | Comments Off on Don’t Skip Breakfast – Here’s Why…

Skipping breakfast for teens may lead to obesity Stop snacking on junk and eat a protein and fat rich breakfast, in moderation Do you eat breakfast every morning? Or do you skip breakfast to “save” those calories? A recent study confirms that you should be eating breakfast if you don’t want to gain weight. According to the largest study to follow the breakfast habit of teens, those who skipped the breakfast meal were 5 pounds heavier on average than those who ate the morning meal.  They also ate less healthy during the day and exercised less frequently. Unfortunately, the obesity rate for adolescents has tripled over the past 20 years, and this may be one of the contributing reasons. The bottom line here is the teens who skip breakfast are more likely to be obese Click To Tweet . ...

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Drugs – Pills and Society and Children

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in children, medication | Comments Off on Drugs – Pills and Society and Children

From birth until death we are on medication. Instead of running to a bottle of pills, why not teach our children about natural health I’ve got an interesting article for you today called “Drugs and Society and Children.”    Enjoy.   From birth until death we are on medication.  If we want to have a child, we take a drug.  If we want to prevent conception we take a drug.  If we do have a child and there is pain during labor, there is a drug for that too.    When a child, a perfect creation of God, is born, we automatically stick needles in their arm and pump them full of debatably harmful vaccines because we are afraid they will catch a deadly or paralyzing disease. (i’m not an anti vaccine doctor.)  When the child goes to school, if he doesn’t...

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Are kids who receive chiropractic care healthier?

Posted by on Jun 28, 2015 in children, instrument adjusting | Comments Off on Are kids who receive chiropractic care healthier?

Chiropractic adjustments for children  see a more rapid recovery time from any trauma or illness  Chiropractic adjustments make the body work better.  find out why If you have young children or grandchildren, then you’ll want to read this article. Many patients new to chiropractic care don’t realize that infants, toddlers, pre-teens, and teens get chiropractic care.  They often ask, “Why would kids get chiropractic care?  Thy don’t have back pain.” The answer is simple.  Chiropractic is so much more than back and neck pain relief.  Chiropractic adjustments make the body work better.  They boost the immune system.  They reduce stress on the physical body.  They do all sorts of amazing and beneficial things to keep you healthy. There is no age limit to receiving the awesome health benefits of chiropractic care.  In our office we see patients from birth...

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Babies with chiropractic: colic and breastfeeding improved

Posted by on Apr 19, 2015 in children, instrument adjusting, research | Comments Off on Babies with chiropractic: colic and breastfeeding improved

Crying colic babies decreased crying by 48%, compared to only 18% of those with out chiropractic care. 78% of newborn to 12 week old babies could now breastfeed after 2-5 treatments with chiropractic care A 2012 study of colicky babies found daily crying time decreased by 48 percent in those babies who received chiropractic care compared to 18 percent in babies who received no chiropractic treatment.¹   Miller JE, Newell D, et al. Efficacy of chiropractic manual therapy in infant colic: a pragmatic single-blind, randomized controlled trial. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2012;35(8):600-607 In a 2009 study of babies aged 2 days -12 weeks with serious feeding problems referred by a hospital or lactation consultant to a chiropractic teaching clinic, 78% of the babies were able to exclusively breastfeed after 2-5 treatments within a 2-week period.²   Miller JE, Miller L, et al....

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