Posture: the Key to Good Health

Posture: the Key to Good Health

When considering persistent affliction, posture is customarily lost sight of. What if working out posture and the connections of the body would be the key to prevention? Annette Verpillot is the founding father of Posturepro, a well-being corporation focusing on body neuromechanics and Posturology. She is a Canadian entrepreneur, therapist, public speaker, and internationally esteemed Posturologist. Annette has developed one of the vital worlds most developed rehabilitation and injury prevention training protocols, while additionally growing a global Posturology coaching program.

Sierra’s Recovery from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Sierra’s Recovery from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

AIP Stories of Recovery is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all the different health challenges that are being overcome by folks just like themselves on the same path. At Autoimmune Paleo we hope you’ll be inspired by, empathize with, and learn from these stories. If you are interested in sharing your story, please let us know.

Sierra’s autoimmune journey began unexpectedly — with an ankle sprain. While the injury itself took just a few weeks to heal, the pain persisted and spread to the rest of her body. Eventually, it became disabling and spiraled into brain fog, depression and anxiety. A year later, she received a diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and was fortunate to find an integrative medicine group program that introduced her to new approaches to healing. 

Yoga vs Pilates

Yoga vs Pilates: what’s the difference?

There are many different forms of yoga and Pilates that you can use to help prevent injury. Ashtanga Yoga – This is a fast, athletic and physically demanding form of yoga. It combines a series of ancient postures that flow with the breath. As you synchronize your breath with the flowing sequence of movements, your

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Workout: Inner Thigh Fat Blasting Circuit

Workout: Inner Thigh Fat Blasting Circuit

Time to target those thighs with a fat-torching strength circuit. You’ll move through seven exercises, doing a 30-second burst of cardio in between to ramp up your aerobic training and turn on the fat-burning system. Follow Real Mom Model Jean Sherfick through each move, listening for her cues on body alignment, breathing and modifications. She’ll

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Leading cause of death accessed with one medical test

Leading cause of death accessed with one medical test

It’s the medical test that could save your life, but has your doctor performed it?  NMR Lipoprotein – a blood test that directly measures the amount of LDL circulating in the body – is more efficient at determining your risk of cardiovascular disease than what 90 percent of doctors still look at.

Cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in the United States, still ahead of cancer, takes the lives of over 600,000 Americans each year – but could largely be prevented, or at least managed way better, with this simple test.  You may be wondering how – right?

Because it looks at how cholesterol is transported through the body (not necessarily just the blood), but how it interacts with the endothelium that lines the arteries.  This test could be the tool used to spark a change in your lifestyle habits.

Lead Exposure Effect On Health

A new studies support evidence of harm from lead exposure

Heart disease, the number one cause of mortality in the United States, is currently responsible for over 800,000 deaths a year.  The primary risk factors for this potentially deadly condition are thought to include high blood pressure, lack of exercise, obesity, cigarette smoking, and diabetes. But, with the results of a shocking study published in The Lancet, researchers are now pointing to another likely culprit – lead exposure.

Natural health experts have long warned that lead is a dangerous neurotoxin – for which there is no safe level of exposure.  The startling study shows that lead exposure is not only associated with cardiovascular disease – but is responsible for the premature deaths of 412,000 (close to half a million!) Americans every year.

Even more troubling, the deaths were not linked to acute exposures, but to relatively low blood levels of lead.

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