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  • Magnesium deficiency
    ~~By Dr. Mercola Magnesium is a mineral used by every organ in your body, especially your heart, muscles, and kidneys.1 If you suffer from unexplained fatigue or weakness, abnormal heart rhythms Read more
  • Minding your Mitochondria
    A video that I think tells the story of the importance of knowing what your putting in your body. If it's medicine or food, both can do harm. Simple rule Read more
  • Top Children’s Vitamins Full of Aspartame, GMOs & Harmful Chemicals
    Hello again, I've borrowed a copy of this article as it has a great list of dangerous ingredients found in many foods, these are ingredients you will want to look for Read more
  • Centrum vitamins are owned by Pfizer
    Another good read, this one by: Willow Tohi. We carry the best supplements on the market. Whats in your vitamin cabinet? http://www.naturalnews.com/036459_Centrum_vitamins_Pfizer.html (NaturalNews) Feeling a little run down? Are you stressed? Someone in the house ill, Read more
  • 13 Banned Foods Still Allowed in the U.S.
    What are you eating? Sharing an article from Shape magazine writen by ChristinaGoyanes. Enjoy.  You think the FDA has your back? Sure, they recently proposed two new regulations to up Read more
  • The Worst Lies That Mainstream Nutrition Has Told You
     Sharing a great article about our food choices based on what the government has been telling us compared to what real research has found;   Kris Gunnars - Authority Read more
  • New study: Infants receiving the most vaccines are the most likely to be hospitalized and die
    I am about to enter a very sensitive subject, should you vaccinate your children or not? We, Dr. Marc and I, have our preference. We did our research/homework and made our Read more
  • Are you getting enough Zinc?
    Sharing another artical from one of our supplement suppliers, Designs for Health. At Suntree Chiropractic Dr. Gray has been advising Read more
  • 12 Simple Rules to exceptional eating.
    I am sharing a column I read from one of our Nutritional supplement suppliers, Designs for Health. I have been hearing so many bad things about our food sources Read more
  • Anniversaries
        Anniversaries We all have them, some more important than others. I Read more
  • Habits are not so hard to change….
    Our habits can have early origins such as how we sleep, our preference for sweets and our taste in music. These things are learned behaviors from a young age. Read more
  • Protecting our children… how do you do it?
    Watching TV can scare the living daylights out of any parent or care giver. Seems a child gets hurt everyday despite our best efforts to keep them safe. Is it video games Read more
  • The Simple things
    Hello everyone, and welcome to my blog!  I am Tricia Gray, wife of the talented Dr. Gray and mother of the the four best kids in the world! Read more
  • Does your time matter?
    Hello every one,                                           As you may have guessed our opening has been delayed due to construction. We are trying to keep busy preparing so when we get our Read more

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