Pro-Active Wellness & Injury Centre

Pro-Active Wellness & Injury Centre
Pro-Active Wellness & Injury Centre is listed in the Chiropractors category in Danville, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Pro-Active Wellness & Injury Centre which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Pro-Active Wellness & Injury Centre on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 49.

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1207 E Main St
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 431-2010

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In this video Dr Bartosh shares the topics to be covered in the 10 module program "Body Mechanics". It is being offered to anyone wanting to improve their health. The program will begin in October so if interested please register now by calling the centre a t217-431-2010 as only a few slots remain.

Pro-Active Wellness & Injury Centre shared David Wolfe's video.
This demonstrates how we overcome the obstacles in our lives and enjoy "the best performance of our life!" remaining balanced.
The Guy's Balance On This Course Is Insane

So, if you’ve read the previous posts about magnesium a fair question might be, “Okay Doc, I see how it helps but how much do I need and where can I get it?” The recommended daily intake (RDI) of magnesium for adult men is 420 mg per day, and for adult women the RDI is 320 mg every day. If you are pregnant that number climbs to 350 mg a day.4 For various reasons, many of us only absorb 40-60% of the magnesium we consume 5, so your optimal daily intake may be even higher than the RDI. Achieving the optimal daily intake of magnesium every day can be a challenge, and that is why I recommend choosing foods that are high in this healthful mineral, as well as selective supplementation to ensure that you are always consuming an adequate amount. Testing Your Magnesium Levels When most doctors take a blood sample, that sample contains both red and white blood cells as well as other components of your blood. Usually, a lab will spin your blood in a centrifuge to separate out the red blood cells (RBC’s) and work only with the serum that remains. However, the red blood cells are where you want many of the nutrients to actually penetrate. I’m less interested in the levels of nutrients in your serum and far more interested in the level in your red blood cells themselves. Conventional labs don’t offer RBC tests for all nutrients – sometimes they just test the serum – but they do offer RBC tests for magnesium, so make sure you get that when having your levels tested. A normal RBC magnesium vale would be 1.5 – 3.1mmol/L and I would consider an optimal level to be between 2.5 3.0mmol/L. So now let’s identify some foods we can eat to get this much needed nutrient. Best Magnesium Rich Foods Magnesium rich foods include: • Spinach • Chard • Avocado • Fresh and dried figs • Bananas & plantains • Artichokes • Wild caught salmon You should aim for organic varieties of the fruits and vegetables as conventional farming methods often leave the soil depleted of minerals such as magnesium and you run the risk of ingesting many harmful chemicals used in the growing of the plant. If you do not have any food sensitivities, (in our centre we offer a test that can identify over 132 food sensitivities) there are a few other foods you may enjoy that will help you reach your optimal daily intake. You may add the following to the list of foods high in magnesium: • Almonds • Pumpkin seeds • Black beans • Cashews • Dark chocolate • If you tolerate dairy, goat cheese from goats who graze on fresh green grass is another great source.6 Many bottled spring waters are also high in naturally occurring magnesium7which is why when asked I recommend spring water as my preference as some have up to 120 mg per liter. Apollinaris, Gerolsteiner, Deep Rock, & Pellegrino were highest in magnesium among the brands researched. So there you have it - the supplement, its benefits, and in what foods it can be gotten… “for the best performance of your life!”

In this second posting about Magnesium, I’d like to point out the ways it benefits various functions of your body. Constipation is an issue that afflicts many individuals and one that can be really challenging for those trying to tackle it. Magnesium supports energy production, healthy digestion, and enzyme formation, all of which are critical in healthy bowel movements. Furthermore, magnesium relaxes the intestines and colon, as well as draws water to the bowel, allowing for softer and better formed stools. For patients dealing with irregularity, I will often recommend 200-600 mg of Magnesium Citrate. The citrate form is still very bioavailable while drawing a little extra water to the bowel to support healthy bowel habits. Magnesium Maintains Heart Health Optimal magnesium levels are crucial if you’re looking to improve the picture of your cardiovascular health. Magnesium is attributed with helping to regulate blood pressure, supporting optimal calcium absorption, as well as maintaining an even heart rate. Magnesium also helps to support optimal blood flow in veins and arteries and helps you exercise longer. I encourage using the glycinate form of magnesium to support heart health, as this form draws less water to the bowel and does a better job of getting into muscles where it’s needed. The glycine it’s bound to also helps support a calm mood and healthy sleep; two factors that can greatly improve quality of life. Usually Magnesium Glycinate daily supports heart health, depending on nutritional status and lifestyle habits. Magnesium Bolsters Brain Health Optimal magnesium levels go a very long way when it comes to anything and everything brain related which is where, in our centre, we focus a lot of attention. Whether you’re wanting to wake up feeling alive and energized, focus on the task at hand, remember everything on your daily ‘to do’ list, or just get a good night’s rest, you need an ample amount of magnesium to accomplish it. In addition to supporting the health of your nerves themselves, magnesium also helps with occasional head tension & discomfort and supports a relaxed mood. If you are interested in the brain benefits of magnesium, consider a form that has been shown to more effectively cross the blood brain barrier and support brain health faster and more efficiently. My favorite form for brain health is magnesium threonate. Hopefully this information has demonstrated that optimal magnesium levels benefit far more than you might have imagined. In fact, magnesium has a positive impact on many more conditions that we simply don’t have time to cover here, from enzyme formation to DNA synthesis, and resilient adrenal glands to healthy hair, skin, and fingernails. Magnesium intake benefits the entire body, head to toe.