June 2024 newsletter

Eye Health             The eyes are vital organs that allow us to experience and interpret the world around us. Like any other part of the body, they require proper care to function optimally and to prevent various eye-related conditions.              Vitamins play a crucial role in maintaining eye health and preventing various vision-related conditions. Adequate intake […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder SAD

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of de-pression related to changes in the seasons, typically fall and winter. It’s thought to be related to the fact that during the winter months we have shorter days. SAD affects an estimated 10 million Americans with women being four times more likely to be diagnosed with it […]

New Year, New Us!!!

2023 is here and so are New Year’s resolutions. Most people’s are lose twenty pounds, start a new exercise program, quit drinking pop/alcohol or smoking, being better about getting out birthday cards, and the list goes on. So while you are in the middle of putting your list together, why not include improving your nutritional […]

Heart Health Month

The heart is one of the most important organs in the entre human body. It’s a pump composed of muscle which pumps blood throughout the body, beating approxi-matelv 72 times per minute. On the average day, the heart pumps 1,900 gallons of blood through our bodies which carries all the vital materials to help our […]

National Nutrition Month

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics created National Nutrition Month, an annual campaign, to bring awareness to making healthy, smarter, informed food choices and develop-ins healthful eating and physical activity habits. It’s hard to get real nutritious food when there are so many fast food options and processed foods. When we don’t get the vitamins […]

Stress Awareness Month

  Since 1992, April has been recognized as Stress Awareness Month. Stress can be debilitating and it can cause and or aggravate health problems. The most common explanation of stress is a physical, mental or emotional strain or tension. It is a reaction to a situation CHF #18 & 18M B-Compler where a person feels […]

Dr. Klassen’s Corner – Spring cleaning

Dr. Klassen’s Corner Spring cleaning is right around the comer. While you are cleaning an accumulation of a years debris in your home, why not think of an internal cleansing of your body as well. Detoxifying the body of built up toxins, parasites, candida and other contaminants the body accumulates may help prevent illness by […]

Dr. Klassen’s Corner – Nuts anyone?

Dr. Klassen’s Corner In general, nuts are a healthy snack. Studies have shown that eating one-quarter cup of nuts five time a week can add years to your life. Tree nuts and peanuts (though technically are a legume) are high in beneficial fats, antioxidants and other protective phytochemicals. Nuts such as pecans and walnuts have […]

Dr. Klassen’s Corner – Our food

Dr. Klassen’s Corner If you had a drug that had more than 44,000 adverse reports to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) including delirium, hallucinations, convulsions aggressions, psychosis and more than 1,000 suicides could you with a clear conscious promote it to school children? According to an article in “American Free Press” if you were […]

September is Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month Healthy Aging Month was created to focus national attention on the positive aspects of growing old-er. We live longer lives now thanks to improvements in medicine and health but its more important to develop healthy habits as we age. While genetics play a role when it comes to aging, seniors […]

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