Can you believe it is already the end of summer and Back to School season? In honor of going back to school this month’s newsletter focuses on learning opportunities. There are suggestions from Dr. Brockenshire for back to school nutrition tips for your kids, a link to a web site that makes low carb and keto diets simple, a review of the importance of calcium and magnesium, and several of my favorite YouTube channels.
September is also a big month for national and Jewish Holidays. The office will be closed on the following days:
September 3 – Labor Day
September 10 and 11 – Rosh Hashanah
September 18 – early closing at 3 PM – Yom Kippur
September 19 – Yom Kippur
September 24 and 25 – Sukkot
Back to School Nutrition
Are you ready for the kids to go back to school? Are the kids ready to go back to school? Either way it is here, and the following brief video provides some healthy suggestions as you prepare. I have all the products he mentions in the office and others as well. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QF8icCD4VCE&feature=youtu.be&inf_contact_key=6757662ccf556c8df0a5544f6a51a3bb1a6b907e6b3e91b1ed568f44f173f87c
Magnesium and Calcium: Are You Deficient?
We hear a lot about the importance of calcium and magnesium to our health. I’ve attended several seminars recently where this was emphasized. One presenter said he checks for calcium, magnesium, and other minerals on all his clients. Why are minerals so important to us? They assist the body in energy production – minerals contain no calories or energy. They work with vitamins and enzymes to fuel all our metabolic processes. Our health cannot be optimized if these processes are impaired.
Another presenter stated that 74% of the US population is deficient in magnesium. In preparing for this article, a quick Google search reveals another website saying 80%. Quick searches state similar high numbers for calcium deficiency.
Why so much deficiency? For the rest of the article click here: https://brwellness.com/?p=1190
Low Carb and Keto Made Simple
Low carb diets (such as Paleo) and the Keto diet is all the rage today, yet it can be confusing and not everyone finds success. This is a helpful website on all things low carb and keto: https://www.dietdoctor.com/
Here’s my recent article The Sure Fire Way to Lose Weight: https://brwellness.com/?p=1161
Your Back to School – YouTube Resources
While the kids are going back to school to learn, you can join the fun and learn more about nutrition. Here’s a few of my favorite YouTube Channels.
Eric Berg, D.C: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123
Davis Brockenshire, D.C. (Innovative Health Solutions): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-23KJC-sZs-E2vGbFllVCQ
Randy Tent, D.C. (Diverse Health Services): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXV1erzvdUmHDusYfDqgntg
Ann Louise Gittleman: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrAnnLouise
“Thanks again for all your help in balancing my gut issues. The dark circles and bags under my eyes have been greatly reduced. My skin rashes have all cleared up. My digestion is working perfectly!! My thinking is more clear. I have been able to stop using the prescription Metrogel 1% for rosacea…It’s amazing how your gut affects every part of your body!!! Your supplements are fantastic!!” C.W.
“I reached out to Bernie after hearing positive outcomes for two colleagues who see him. I trust their perspectives, had some idea of what his recommendations would involve, and was ready to take on my declining health and wellness! I was feeling overweight, tired, and simply unwell.
At my first appointment, Bernie identified two food categories to avoid, and I immediately started planning my food menus to reflect his suggestions. Within just a couple of days, I felt like a different person. My sleep has been improved, and my energy doesn’t lag during the day as it has for so long. My digestion is improving, and I haven’t felt hungry or deprived, which has often been the case when trying to make healthier changes in the past.
I look forward to continued improvements in my overall health and wellness and appreciate Bernie’s patience and availability for follow-up questions!” K.L.