Eat Better, Eat Together

Eating with your family and friends on a regular basis has been associated with improved social skills, better-eating habits, and fewer behavioral problems in teenagers. It is also helpful for reducing stress in adults. Every year, October serves as Eat Better, Eat Together Month. While the history of the day is unknown, it is meant…

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Tech Neck

What is Tech Neck? Tech neck happens when people spend too much time with their head and neck extended too far forward over their body while looking at their phone or computer screen. It can also occur when people repeatedly tuck their head down over their chin and hunch their shoulders forward while looking down…

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Type 3 Diabetes

Type 3 diabetes is not a term we often hear. Most often when talking about diabetes we refer to Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes. More recently in the medical world, there was a discovery linking type 2 diabetes to Alzheimer’s disease. The brain cells become insulin resistant causing them to die which affects…

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Backpack Safety

Backpack safety is an important aspect of our children’s school-age years, but most often it is overlooked. Not only can it cause significant pain but also lasting damage. In this blog, you will read about some key factors of backpack safety and how you can help your child to properly use their backpack. A backpack…

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The Frequency of the Body

Our thoughts, emotions, and body are all made of vibrating energy. We each have a personal vibration that communicates who we are to the world and helps us shape our reality. Everything has an electrical frequency measured in megahertz. Frequency is defined as a measurable rate of electrical energy that is constant between any two…

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Aroma Freedom Technique

Have you ever wondered why certain smells trigger emotions or memories? Whether something we have smelled before or something new, there are three major factors when we experience a scent: The Olfactory Bulb, the Amygdala, and the Hippocampus. The Olfactory Bulb is in simplest terms our smell receptor, this is the part of our brain…

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How Nutrition Response Testing Helped My Family

I thought I had a good pregnancy with my first child.  I didn’t have any morning sickness.  The only thing with this first pregnancy was that I found milk gave me a stomachache, so I avoided milk.  I continued to eat cheese and other dairy products because they didn’t seem to bother my stomach.  Other…

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5 Natural Ways to Improve Cardiovascular Health and Blood Pressure

Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and more than 50% of adults living here suffer from high blood pressure.  By implementing minor changes and heart healthy choices, you can decrease your risk of cardiovascular health issues. The 5 steps below will help you achieve a healthier you. Regular Upper…

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Virtues Project of Faribault

The Virtues Project™ is a global initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life. In Faribault we are starting a movement promoting virtues. At Humfeld Chiropractic & Nutrition Center we believe in the power of forgiveness. It is important to forgive others but also to forgive ourselves. Practicing true forgiveness on a regular…

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Summer Solstice

summer solstice

Summer Solstice is upon us this Thursday, June 21st. There are several different ideas surrounding the meaning of the solstice depending on culture, religion, and scientific evidence. In some cultures the belief is that the solstice is a time of renewal and we love that concept. As we move through the ages we grow by…

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