Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center

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Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center
Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center is listed in the Chiropractors category in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Displayed below are the social networks for Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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140 Edmond Ave
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(603) 436-0237

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Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Advanced Spine Health and Wellness Center has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is 41 and in the Chiropractors category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore.

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“Would You Like to See the Breakfast Dessert Menu?” Researchers found that having dessert after a well-balanced twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

“Would You Like to See the Breakfast "Dessert" Menu? One of the most surprising breakfast studies comes from researchers in Israel and they found that having dessert after a well-balanced 600 calorie breakfast of protein and carbohydrates actually helped dieters to lose weight and keep those extra pounds from returning. The study published in the medical journal Steroids followed obese participants for 32 weeks and discovered that those people who added a dessert (cookies, cake or chocolate) lost an average of 40 lbs (18 kilograms) compared to the participants who did not include sweets. What can explain this unusual result? The lead researcher noted that avoiding sweets completely can actually make psychological cravings stronger. Restrictive diets work initially, but as times goes by many dieters become weary of the depravation and return to snacking on sweets throughout the day. A researcher commented: "…the group that consumed a bigger breakfast, including dessert, experienced few if any cravings for these foods later in the day." When it comes to eating a well-rounded breakfast, you should include servings of whole grain, fruit or vegetables and a healthy source of protein. These choices will help deliver the energy to start your day, keep you feeling fuller longer, and prevent unhealthy snacking. Have questions about your diet? Ask us!

How Does Breakfast Impact Your Health? What Science Says... According to a 2011 survey, about 10 to 12 percent of people in North America skip eating breakfast. Research has focused on a number of questions, including… • Can breakfast lower your risk of disease? • Do breakfast eaters snack less than breakfast skippers? • Does eating breakfast help control body weight? A study conducted in France showed people who consumed one-quarter of their daily calories at breakfast were more likely to skip fatty food items and boost their levels of vitamins and minerals compared to breakfast skippers. As well, the authors commented that “…breakfasts and cereal consumption were associated with lower serum cholesterols” in the breakfast eating group. An advantage of eating a breakfast cereal rich in fiber is it lessens the risk of heart disease. Soluble fiber reduces the absorption of cholesterol into your bloodstream and makes you feel fuller longer, so you often cut your overall daily calorie count. Breakfast cereals made from whole grains is a great way to increase your fiber intake, which should be about 1 ounce (25 to 30 grams) each day. Studies show that people who reach these levels of fiber intake slashed their risk of heart attack from 25 to 35 percent. A similar study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, revealed people who regularly ate whole grain breakfast cereals had a lower risk of heart failure. As well as fiber, one study showed that eating sufficient protein at breakfast can help you feel full. Research conducted at the University of Missouri used MRI scans on human test subjects, and the scans revealed a protein-focused breakfast reduced brain signals controlling food “motivation and reward-driven eating behavior.” A protein heavy breakfast may curb snacking and assist people in losing weight more easily. The medical journal Pediatrics conducted a study on adolescents and discovered over a five-year period teens that consumed a daily morning meal were more likely to eat healthier, be more physically active, and have a lower body mass index (BMI) than teens that skipped breakfast. Another adolescent study was initiated “to examine the association of breakfast and cereal intake with body mass index (BMI) and consumption of nutrients” by girls. 6 The researchers found that girls regularly eating cereal was “related to increased intake of fiber, calcium, iron, folic acid, vitamin C, and zinc, and decreased intake of fat and cholesterol… eating cereal was predictive of lower BMI.”

You have no doubt heard the old saying “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” but aside from providing calories for energy, what are the other benefits of eating a morning meal? Research conducted on breakfast in the last decade shows how it may affect obesity, cravings, and nutrient intake. Breakfast also appears to influence the type of foods we select to consume during the rest of the day. Look for more information in this week's Facebook posts.

Tea & Colon Cancer? What does tea have to do with colon cancer? Catechins are health-promoting substances found in tea, and research has focused on how they might help to fight colon cancer. Ohio State University and Purdue University conducted a study where health researchers used extracts from green and black tea with high amounts of the most active type of catechins known as EGCG/EGC to treat colon cancer cells. The results showed a significant reduction in colon cancer activity. The researchers noted that, as well as possibly leading to better cancer treatments, the study may help us look for food products that promote anticancer activity in our bodies.


Caffeine – An Antioxidant? “What role does caffeine play, if any, in the health benefits of tea?” The Journal twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Caffeine – An Antioxidant? One question both the general public and scientists ask is “What role does caffeine play, if any, in the health benefits of tea?” There have been a number of studies on this topic, with scientific reports often showing contradictory results. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B investigated caffeine as a source of antioxidants – molecules that protect your body from free radical cell damage. After reviewing animal and laboratory experiments, the clinic investigators believe caffeine is likely to deliver antioxidant protection against some types of free radicals. More about tea tomorrow...


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ADHD-Missing Minerals May Make Impact: A mineral that may be important for reducing ADHD symptoms is magnesium. Unf twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


ADHD: Many parents of ADHD children are looking for an alternative– or a reduction – to medication. Changing to twitter.com/i/web/status/9…