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11 tips to fix thyroid problems naturally

By amanda comstock | Jun 22, 2016

There are ways to fix thyroid problems naturally.  I have had a couple people in my life in recent weeks that are suffering from thyroid problems, diagnosed by their doctors.  After asking them some questions about their condition, it became apparent that neither they nor their doctors knew much about their condition.  As usual their medical…

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Low FODMAP diet for better digestion

By amanda comstock | Jun 15, 2016

Unresolved digestive problems There’s a widely unknown diet secret that keeps people chronically tired, suffering from stomach discomfort, IBS, even contributing to weight gain. It’s called the low FODMAP diet. You go to the doctor for answers, but after lab work the doctor tells you, “You’re just fine.  All your lab work is normal.”  A dismissive attitude by…

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Top 5 ways to relieve post-injury pain

By amanda comstock | Jun 10, 2016

Lingering pain following an injury or muscle strain can keep you from progressing in your workouts/sport and even engaging in the things you enjoy.  Or, maybe your pain comes from lifestyle issues such as a sedentary job or lack of exercise.  I understand lingering pain very well due to multiple injuries over the years and…

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Importance of workout recovery

By amanda comstock | Jun 6, 2016

Prioritizing workout recovery Workout recovery is an often overlooked key component of an exercise program.  It’s an impatient society we live in.  We know what we want, and we want it NOW.  “More, more, more!” seems to be what’s on our minds: more exercise, more cardio, more caloric restriction.  And when “more” doesn’t work, it must mean it’s not enough…

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Carpal tunnel relief today!

By amanda comstock | May 8, 2016

What exactly is carpal tunnel? First, let me explain in simple terms what carpal tunnel is.  It is a pinched nerve – the median nerve – that runs from the base of the skull right behind the ear, down the side of the neck, down the front side of the shoulder, bicep, and forearm to…

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Post holiday workout at home

By amanda comstock | Jan 15, 2016

In a post holiday workout rut?  Dust yourself off and get moving! Feeling guilty for too many indulgences this holiday season?  Time to move on – and get moving!  We are half way through January – no more excuses.  This post holiday workout is fast and can be done with minimal space and equipment! Do…

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10 common low carb diet mistakes

By amanda comstock | Jan 4, 2016

Are you making any of these low carb diet mistakes? Don’t unknowingly sabotage your fat loss efforts.  Don’t find yourself making some of these common low carb diet mistakes! You’re still eating too many carbs.  Although you may have cut way back on carbs from what you used to eat, you still may not be…

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10 exercises to relieve low back pain

By amanda comstock | Dec 29, 2015

Relieve low back pain Low back pain is common and can be debilitating, keeping you from engaging in your favorite activities.  Low back pain is usually caused by a variety of factors including a weak core and tight muscles… Desk jobs, poor posture, driving, couch sitting, and even repetitive exercises (such as biking) may be…

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12 signs you have gluten intolerance

By amanda comstock | Dec 22, 2015

What is gluten intolerance? Gluten intolerance is a physical condition in your gut.  Gluten is a large protein found in wheat, barley, and rye that when eaten can cause a person’s digestive system to react negatively.  Undigested gluten proteins are treated like a foreign invader by the body, causing a wide variety of symptoms.  The…

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