Kyle Total Healthcare

Wellness/Nutrition

Here at Kyle Total Healthcare, we not only treat your injuries, but we also provide information on how to take care of your body, inside and out. We also know that most people want to eat healthy, but sometimes do not know how.

At Kyle Total Healthcare, we take the time to explain to our patients the importance of eating healthy and examine your diet to see what simple changes can be made to start a new path to health and wellness. Our goal is to provide our patients a basic knowledge of what vitamins they should be taking and why.

Below is a list of vitamins that we suggest our patients take on a daily basis:

  • Omega 3 Fish Oil- especially one with higher DHA levels
  • It is a natural anti-inflammatory and
  • It can lower blood pressure,
  • Reduce the potential for strokes by lowering cholesterol levels,
  • Helps reduce symptoms of depression and ADD/ADHD
  • Shows improvements in people with arthritis
  • Vitamin D3- 1,000-4,000 IU/day (depending on your needs)
  • It strengthens our immune system to fight the common cold and flu
  • Helps our brains work well when we are older
  • Reduces the risk for developing rheumatoid arthritis in women
  • Reduces the risk for developing Multiple Sclerosis
  • Reduces the severity and frequency of asthma symptoms
  • Adequate levels have shown a lower risk of developing cancer
  • Curcumin- (1,200 mg daily) active ingredient in the amazing spice Turmeric
  • Lowers bad cholesterol
  • Helps symptoms of arthritis
  • Powerful antioxidant known to delay and prevent cancerous tumors
  • Helps treat digestive issues
  • Apple Cider Vinegar- drink 2 tablespoons daily with 2 tablespoons of organic, local honey
  • Helps with dandruff (applied topically
  • Symptoms of diabetes
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Reduces athletes foot and other fungal infections
  • Helps with warts
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Natural antiseptic
  • Vitamin C-(1000+ mg daily)
  • helps reduce the signs of aging
  • reduce stress levels
  • help fight the common cold and flu
  • anti-inflammatory responses
  • shown to help in the aid of fighting cancer and autoimmune disorders

Remember that the food and liquids that we consume also play a vital role in our health. Always try to adhere to a diet that is high in vegetables, fruits, and protein (lean meats such as fish, turkey, chicken). Limit your intake of sugar, fried, fatty foods, and white starches (flour, white bread/rice, potatoes) to once or twice a week. Limit your dairy intake and try to avoid pasteurized milk products. Try to eat Feta cheese and drink almond milk (both are very delicious.) Most importantly, try to not eat fast food or processed food (i.e. anything that has a prolonged self life.)

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