iStock_000000722235Small.jpgProper nutrition is essential for a well functioning body.  Whole foods provide the building blocks of health and wellness by providing the necessary proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and micro nutrients (vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients) to maintain cellular health.  Even though we often eat so that we feel "full" it is important to remember that food plays a gigantic part in the way we feel.  Diets based on sugars leave us over fed and undernourished.

Americans today are recognizing the importance of eating better as "organic" and "anti-inflammatory" foods are flooding the supermarkets.  This is a giant step in the direction we should all be taking towards our health.  Unfortunately, even though many people try their best to eat healthy, limit their sugar intake, and exercise, an anti-inflammatory diet is often needed to assist in the journey to health.

Many patients at Day Chiropractic and Wellness Center have reported improvements in the following areas with the anti-inflammatory diet:

  • Weight Loss
  • Joint Pain
  • High Cholesterol
  • ADHD/ADD              
  • Hot Flashes
  • Autoimmune Disorders    
  • Back Pain       
  • Headaches    
  • Bladder Infections  
  • HDL/LDL Levels
  • Constipation
  • Blood Sugar Problems
  • Poor Digestion     
  • Chronic Fatigue     
  • ... And Many, Many More!!

We strongly believe that an anti-inflammatory diet, coupled with whole food based nutrition (absent of chemicals, pesticides, and artificial ingredients) will go a long way in reducing the symptoms that you are currently experiencing.  At Day Chiropractic and Wellness Center some of the products that we recommend to our patients include: Standard Process and Anabolic Laboratories.


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201 Ohio River Blvd
Sewickley, PA 15143
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Tuesday8:30 - 1:003:00 - 6:00
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