Tag Archives: chiropractor

To My Valued Patients and Friends

After much thought and consideration, I have chosen to re-open my clinic to my patients for care beginning on Wednesday April 1st. Kindly read the Nevada Chiropractic Association news release at the end of this letter to better understand the importance of spinal manipulation on immune system function. The health and well-being of my patients […]

Understanding Food Labels – What You May Not Know Will Harm You

Understanding food labels makes it easier to stay on track with your health and nutrition goals, but the information found on food labels can be confusing. To add to the confusion, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration revised its rules for food labeling in 2016, giving manufacturers until July 2018 to comply with the rules. […]

What is Functional Medicine?

Functional medicine is frequently referred to as 4-P healthcare; Personalized, Proactive, Preventative and Predictive. It is personalized lifestyle medicine for those committed to living a healthier lifestyle without pharmaceutical dependency. Functional medicine is a specialty of health care practice that evolved from physician’s desire to offer their patients a more proactive form of health care […]

Understanding Organics, GMOs and Pesticides

Understanding Organics, GMOs and Pesticides

Part of a healthy lifestyle includes eating fresh, high-quality, minimally processed foods. The difference can be significant in the quality of your life and the onset of chronic degenerative diseases and even cancer. ORGANIC vs. CONVENTIONAL I know there are some skeptics out there that may not believe that organic foods have an influence in […]

Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance

Functional Medicine by Dr. S. Rudack, Chiropractor

When your physician runs routine blood work it will typically include glucose(sugar) level measurement. Far to often the glucose levels are determined to be “within the normal range” (typically under 100), which would suggest no concern. However, if your doctor does not measure insulin levels, and most do not, there may a completely different story. […]

The Microbiome, Stress Hormones & Gut Function

Microbiome Stress Hormone by Dr. S. Rudack

Over the past few decades researchers have worked to unravel the delicate connections between the human gastrointestinal microbiota, (the trillions of inherited bacteria within of intestinal tract), and the brain and the mounting evidence suggesting that psychological stress affects gastrointestinal function. Research suggests that irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) May be a stress-sensitive disorder. Some research […]

Statins Linked to Raised Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Chiropractor and Functional Medicine Specialists - Dr. S. Rudack

Cholesterol lowering drug may significantly increase a persons risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study from Finland suggests. Researchers found that statins were associated with over a fifty percent higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes even after adjusting for other factors. Statins appear to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes in […]

An Answer to Obama Care

The field of medicine has made significant progress saving lives in the specialty of emergency medicine, trauma care, and in prolonging the lives of those with diseased or failing organs in the field of transplant surgery. Despite these milestone achievements, mainstreamed medicine has failed to successfully address the primary threat to Americans developed over the […]

Statin Drugs and Alternative Health Approaches

The largest selling drugs in the history of pharmaceutical industry are the cholesterol managing statin drugs. Despite solid and published research that proves cholesterol is NOT the component that leads to heart disease, the drug companies continue to push these drugs. The result of the widespread use of statin drugs has contributed to the fastest […]

Report Card: Pesticides in Produce

Adjusting your eating habits can lower your intake of pesticides—sometimes dramatically so. Substitute organic for conventional produce that is consistently contaminated with pesticides. When organic is not available, eat fruits and vegetables with consistently low pesticide loads. An EWG simulation of thousands of consumers eating high and low pesticide diets shows that people can lower […]