This is a video for those who have requested a simple routine of mobility exercises while remaining upright.
In this video, I use a dowel at times to help maintain balance. You can use a broomstick, golf club, or any other similar object, or you can try doing everything without support, which will help you develop your balance and proprioception. Read more about How to Work on Your Mobility While Standing
As mentioned in this video, many of us can use more extension through the spine. A sedentary lifestyle often leads to shoulders that are rounded forward to some degree, which puts the spine in some degree of forward flexion, which is what gradually robs intervertebral joints of their natural capacity to extend backward. Read more about Exercises for a Stiff Spine
Rich in healthy protein, folate, and fiber, chickpea and corn burgers are definitely worth trying where one is looking to reduce overall intake of flesh meats.
The key to these burgers is to remove as much moisture as possible from the chickpeas and corn before combining together in a food processor.
We used chives, avocados, tomatoes, and Dijon mustard to liven up our burgers. You can follow your tastebuds and make your own version of chickpea and corn burgers by adding favourite spices and garnishes. Cumin, coriander, mayo, and all types of greens are excellent choices, as is plenty of freshly cracked black pepper. Read more about How to Make Tasty Vegan Burgers
Let me state unequivocally that I respect my profession and know countless chiropractors who provide exceptionally high quality care for their patients. Every such chiropractor I know spends time educating his or her patients on diet, exercise, and other determinants of overall quality of health. When a person experiences musculoskeletal discomfort, I think that it can be highly worthwhile to visit a chiropractor who is committed to providing this level of comprehensive care. Read more about How to Move Better
This post offers a collection of dietary and lifestyle guidelines that I have found to be helpful to people looking to overcome ulcerative colitis and other inflammatory bowel conditions.
Because these guidelines are designed to take burden off of the gastrointestinal tract, following them can also help relieve common symptoms of indigestion, including bloating, excessive gas production, acid reflux, constipation, and diarrhea.
The contents of this website are the opinions of Dr. Ben Kim unless otherwise noted. The information on this website is not intended as personalized medical advice and is not intended to replace the relationship that you have with your primary care provider. Any decisions you make with regard to your daily choices and medical treatments should be made with the help of a qualified health care provider.