BC: Allergy Sinus Cold Powder; Sinus Cold Powder
Comtrex: Deep Chest Cold Congestion Relief; Flu Therapy Fever Relief
Contac: Day Night Contac 12-Hour Cold Capsules; 12-Hour Caplets
Coricidin D Cold, Flu, Sinus
Dexatrim: Caffeine Free; Extended Duration; Gelcaps; Vitamin C/Caffeine Free
Dimetapp: Cold Allergy Chewable Tablets; Cold Cough Liqui-Gels; DM Cold Cough Elixir; Elixir; 4-Hour Liquid Gels; 4-Hour Tablets; 12-Hour Extentabs Tablets
Naldecon DX Pediatric Drops
Tavist-D 12-Hour Relief of Sinus Nasal Congestion
Triaminic: DM Cough Relief; Expectorant Chest Head Congestion; Syrup Cold Allergy
Triaminicol: Cold Cough Orange 3D; Cold Allergy Cherry (Pink); 3D Cold Cough Berry; 3D Cough Relief; Yellow 3D Expectorant
Yes, we certainly have safe, effective products for the prevention and relief of colds, flus, and sinus problems. These include Vitamin C complex with bioflavonoids, Beta Carotene, Colloidal Minerals such as silver, silica, and gold, and, of course, enzyme formulas. For safe, effective weight loss see the next two articles.
One of our nutrition patients has recently reported losing sixty-six (66) pounds since January. She has faithfully followed her diet and enzyme supplement program and not only reports feeling much better but, according to her husband, family, and friends, also looks wonderful. We agree and applaud her efforts.
The key to her success, other than her enzymes, has been her ability to strictly limit her simple carbohydrates and sugars and emphasize the lighter proteins and vegetables in her diet. In addition she was able to return to a regular exercise program of walking.
Light proteins such as organic chicken, turkey, fish, and eggs, especially eaten at breakfast and lunch, trigger the release of one of your
own natural hormones called Glucagon. This hormone increases an enzyme that dissolves fat so it can then be used for energy.
Forget the fad diets and pills. They only work temporarily, if then. The basics, once they become incorporated into your life style, will always work and will always provide excellent health benefits. Check our previous newsletters on diet suggestions and enzyme recommendations to help you improve your health.
Exercise is most often misspelled and mispronounced as a four-letter word. Contrary to popular opinion, it does not have to be difficult, time-consuming, dull, or boring. It does have to be something that you want to do, like to do, look forward to doing, and do regularly at least three to four times a week.
One of the main keys to exercising regularly is finding some thing or things that you really enjoy. This might include walking, hiking, swimming, biking, dancing, or whatever.
Next select an activity or activities that fit very easily into your lifestyle. This would include anything that you can do with a minimum of time to get to or begin your activity.
Another significant reason for making exercise a priority is that exercise is the second way to increase your blood concentration of Glucagon. This is further validation for proper diet and exercise as the best options for losing and maintaining your ideal weight and health.
There are numerous theories on when you should exercise, how long to continuously exercise to obtain any benefit, and how often you should exercise. To simplify all of the hoopla, you can achieve tremendous results simply walking for ten minutes after each meal.
Exercise is cumulative and those ten minutes become thirty minutes of exercise a day or three and one half hours of exercise a week. This would put you into the higher percentiles of exercise intensity in this country. You would begin to see benefits of such a simple program within a few weeks.
What you choose to do for activity is completely up to you. Whatever you select, however, you should remember a few basic things to help you protect your body no matter what activity you are doing. Posture is critical for your neck and back whenever you are sitting, standing, and especially exercising.
Always keep your head up with your chin in and your shoulders back whenever you are doing any movements with your hands and arms. Also, keep your pelvis tucked. This means the top of your pelvis is kept back by contracting your stomach and buttock muscles. Another way to do this is to imagine you have a tail and then bring it forward and up.
Doc Kelley has created photos and descriptions of exercises for every problem and for all parts of your body. If you would like to get started on a safe, effective exercise program, let us know. Our torso and neck exercises can insure that you are safely prepared for any physical activities you wish to pursue.
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