How to Have a Good Time, Without Getting Lyme

How to Have a Good Time, Without Getting Lyme

Summer is full of relaxation and fun under the sun. While it is great to spend time outdoors, there are some serious risks. One of the biggest threats to our health, especially in the summer, is Lyme disease which is caused by tick bites. Cases of Lyme disease are skyrocketing ...
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Dr. Redcross featured on RadioMD "Life's Too Short"

Dr. Redcross featured on RadioMD “Life’s Too Short”

Dr. Redcross was featured on RadioMD "Life's Too Short" ...
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Do's and Don'ts for Weekend Warriors

Do’s and Don’ts for Weekend Warriors

Do's and Don'ts for Weekend Warriors ...
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Dos and Don'ts for Weekend Warriors

Dos and Don’ts for Weekend Warriors

Dr. Redcross featured on 11Alive on August 17, 2017, to discuss "dos and don'ts for Weekend Warriors." ...
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Movement is just as important as nutrition and does not mean the same to everyone. Movement can be as simple as walking, Tai Chi, yoga, or being a crossfit trainer. Our bodies need it in order to build energy, to sustain life. It’s not just important for our brain and heart but overall for our mood, happiness. My goal is for people to leave happier than when they got there. Happiness has to do with getting the endorphins in the body and a sense of well being. After putting a workout in and having movement, it is very hard to be down and to not be in a good mood. This is because of our endorphins. This ties back to our ancestors in not only eating whole foods but also in moving to find their prey. When you focus on the nutrition and movement your body starts to heal in a different way. When you combine those two with your spirituality, your focus begins to change in your life. There are some diseases that are chronic and we know that western medicine can work but even with western medicine in there it is still great to mold all three pillars together to make things even easier… to achieve better outcomes.

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