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How do you spot a healthy carbohydrate? - CCA

How do you spot a healthy carbohydrate?

Last month we were discussing sugar in your diet; how too much can lead to joint inflammation, and the pros and cons of different substitutes. Now it’s time to talk about carbohydrates, which are an essential part of a healthy diet. Carbs are the most common source of energy for most living organisms. Once consumed,

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Will you recognize the symptoms of a heart attack? - CCA

Will you recognize the symptoms of a heart attack?

Taking care of your heart is an important part of overall health, and everything from nutrition to your spine, muscle, and nervous system care can impact your cardiovascular system. Unfortunately, even healthy and active people can still have a risk for heart disease. Taking a proactive approach to your heart health can potentially reduce your

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2 of the Best Sugar Substitutes - CCA

2 of the Best Sugar Substitutes

Sugar, particularly refined sugar, is present in a large amount of the foods we consume regularly. “Refined” refers to a chemical process that sugar goes through to remove impurities and, consequently, happens to remove beneficial nutrients. Too much refined sugar can lead to many health problems, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Cutting back on sugar

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8 Tips for Winter Walking - CCA

8 Tips for Winter Walking

Whether you’re going outside for some exercise, running an errand, or simply getting to and from a vehicle, winter walking can be hazardous. There are some precautions you can take to make sure you get to your destination safely. Here are 8 tips to avoid a slip and fall on snow or ice: Choose the

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What is Pain? 4 different types of pain you should know about - CCA

What is Pain? 4 different types of pain you should know about

Spine, muscle, and nervous system conditions are the most common cause of long-term pain and physical disability.1 Approximately 80% of adults will experience spine, muscle, and nervous system pain at some point in their lifetime. These types of pain are generally caused by repetitive strain, overuse, and physical activity-related injuries.2 Low back pain is the

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