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Chiropractic Solutions Newsletter

October 2016

From the Doctor

sugarThe average American consumes up to 32 teaspoons of sugar a day. However, research shows that the human body can only handle about 6 teaspoons a day, maximum, before it causes stress to the body.

Too much sugar:
• Overloads and damages the liver
• Causes major metabolic dysfunction and tricks your body into weight gain.
• Causes inflammation in all parts of the body, increasing stress levels

These are just some of the negative affects of consuming too much sugar. Now for some good news, SIMPLE dietary changes can change your life and health in a short time. Eat more fruits and vegetables on a daily basis and drink more water.

Supplements of the Month

Because this newsletter is focused on how sugar negatively affects the body, our supplements this month focus on the major organs that process sugar.

livaplexLivaplex mainly supports healthy liver and gallbladder function. With a mixture of A-F Betafood, Hepatrophin PMG, Betacol, Spanish Black Radish, Chezyn, and Antronex, this super supplement also supports the healthy digestion of fats and encourages healthy bile production. Be kind to your liver with Livaplex.

5700multizyme

Fan favorite, Mutlizyme, supports the proper breakdown of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Enzymes provide support in the
gastric and intestinal phases of digestion and pancreatic enzymes support pancreatic function. Don’t let a big, hearty meal slow you down, take Multizyme for a more efficient digestive system.

 

Chiropractic Solutions Will Be Closed:

October 15 October 21 & 22 Please plan accordingly

Hiking Spot of the Year

Gibraltar Rock County Park

Lodi, WI

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This hike is a hidden jewel and worth the short drive to see the colors. Enjoy!

Matt Kingston
About the author

Dr. Matt Kingston is a licensed Chiropractor who received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport, Iowa. Dr Matt can be seen at Chiropractic Solutions in Madison, WI.

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