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Traveling by Plane? Stay Healthy with These Tips!

Posted on 8/21/2014 by Dr. Adrian den Boer
Categories: exercise, immune system, stress, supplements, travel, vitamins

Whether for business or for pleasure, the many stresses of airplane travel can put a damper on our health if we aren’t prepared. Fortunately, there are many solutions to implement before, during, and after to keep you in peak health throughout all stages of travel...

Treating Acute and Chronic Back Pain

Posted on 2/10/2014 by Dr. Adrian den Boer
Categories: Back pain, chiropractic care, exercise, inflammation
Spinal pain afflicts the majority of Americans, with 50% all working Americans admitting to back pain symptoms each year. As one of the most common reasons for missing work, Americans spend an astronomical $50 billion each year on back pain (American Chiropractic Association, 2013)...

Health Biomarkers Series: The Most Powerful Way to Improve Them All

Posted on 10/31/2013 by Dr. Adrian den Boer
Categories: exercise, Health biomarker, heart disease
In the past nine weeks, I’ve written about important health biomarkers, ranging from basal metabolic rate to blood pressure.  While I’ve mentioned several specific ways to improve each in my posts, there is one extremely effective way to affect all of these: Increase your muscle mass...

Health Biomarkers Series: Body Fat

Posted on 8/29/2013 by Dr. Adrian den Boer
Categories: detoxification, exercise, Health biomarker, heart disease, overeating, toxicity, weight loss
Body fat is a critical measure for overall health. From the less effective skinfold test, to hydrostatic weighing in water, and air displacement via the Bod Pod, one of the most effective and accurate ways to measure body fat is with DBC’s Bioimpedance Analysis machine...

An Undervalued Biomarker for Health: Muscle Mass

Posted on 8/16/2013 by Dr. Adrian den Boer
Categories: exercise, Health biomarker, heart disease, lifestyle
Just as a car has a dashboard gauging gas, temperature, and maintenance needs, humans also have a “dashboard” of measurable markers for health, called biomarkers. This post marks the beginning of a series on these important health biomarkers, and how optimizing these can extend both quality and longevity of our “engines"...

Interval Training: The Most Effective Form of Exercise

Posted on 4/25/2013 by Dr. Adrian den Boer
Categories: exercise, heart disease

Spring is here, and it's time to get ready to get moving! in the busy world we live in, most people wonder, "How do I get there the quickest way?" Why not utilize what works for professional athletes and apply it to a degree that's safe for...