A Family Chiropractic Center

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A Family Chiropractic Center
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121 Hampton Hwy
Yorktown, VA 23693
(757) 867-7787
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The effects of soda consumption are dramatic — and speedy. Minutes after you take the first swallow your body goes into a sugar-induced upward — and then downward — spiral. Here’s what happens. 10 Minutes A 12-ounce can of soda delivers about 10 teaspoons of sugar — more than the American Heart Association’s daily recommendation of 6 tsp. per day for women, 9 tsp. for men. Normally you’d gag on such intense sweetness, but phosphoric acid mellows the sugary flavor. 20 Minutes Here comes the blood-sugar spike. Your liver reacts quickly to the glucose in your bloodstream, storing as much as it can, but it’s soon at capacity and much of the sugar is converted into fat. (And there’s practically no limit to how much fat your body can store.) 30 Minutes Caffeine’s effects are under way: Your pupils dilate. Heart and respiratory rates increase. Your blood pressure rises, causing your liver to release even more sugar into the bloodstream. If you’re tired, you won’t feel it: Caffeine blocks the brain’s adenosine receptors. 40 Minutes Dopamine levels rise abnormally, turning on the pleasure centers in your brain and creating a “high” similar to the one produced by amphetamines, cocaine, and heroin. 50 Minutes The diuretic properties of caffeine make you urinate and because the phosphoric acid in soda binds to calcium, magnesium, and zinc in your body, you’ll soon be flushing those vital nutrients down the toilet. 60 Minutes A sugar crash hits you. You’re left feeling cranky, sluggish, thirsty, and ready for another soda, especially if it’s diet. The artificial sweeteners used in diet soft drinks also affect the addiction centers in the brain, keeping you coming back for more. A perfect profit-making plan for the sellers of these toxic and addictive drinks.

Made from large rock crystals of salt mined in Pakistan and India, Himalayan salt lamps provide a soothing light when carved out and a candle or light bulb is placed within. This light is sometimes credited with offering up a variety of health benefits, such as eliminating the output of electronic devices, called electro-smog, as well as offering up positive energy via negative ions; these ions are said to help reduce indoor pollution, bring oxygen to the brain, and boosting the immune system. As great as this all sounds, there is no scientific evidence to support any of these claims. While negative ions are naturally produced by ocean waves and waterfalls, which tend to have a soothing effect on our mood, and positive ions (produced by electronic devices) seem to cause agitation and anxiety, there is no proof that Himalayan salt lamps produce negative ions or improve your health.

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Since 2006, the use of alachlor as a herbicide has been banned in the European Union. However it is the second most widely used herbicide in the United States, with particularly heavy use on corn and soy beans in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin.

To fall asleep faster, consider keeping a journal to help empty your mind before bed and try counting backward from 300 by threes. Also avoid caffeine, alcohol and unhealthy fatty foods.