Part of our five foundations at Archetype we try to educate our patients on elimination of toxins, and although we can’t limit all toxins, we can educate ourselves to have a healthier, cleaner lifestyle. Let’s look at a chemical that in the past has been used by many companies to transport food as well as serve food in and see how we can eliminate this chemical from our everyday life. This chemical is known as polystyrene or by its trade marked name Styrofoam.
Toxins are all around us. It’s important that each day we try and eliminate our exposure as much as possible. Our bodies are extremely resilient in fighting off and filtering what we are exposed to daily. There are several things that we can do each day to help our bodies stay as healthy and strong. Let’s look at eliminating toxins and what things we can do to help limit our exposure
How important is it is to move consistently? Movement is directly linked to breathing fresh air. Oxygen to the brain is critical to you living a fruitful happy life. How do you maximize it? Read more to find out.
At Archetype we teach all of our team members, patients, athletes, and anyone else wanting to learn how to live a life through a natural living ethos. We call this natural ethos the Archetype 5 foundations of health. This post is specifically about third foundation of health.
Vitamin D deficiency is a serious problem that adversely affects health and the quality of your life. Vitamin D is needed for life to exist in your body. In this article we discuss accurate recommendations and why vitamin d is critical to take to have a happy healthy functioning brain and body.
Signs of a retained plantar or Babinski reflex are: Toe walking, Issues with proprioceptive and vestibular systems, Muscles in the back of the legs are affected, altering gait, Trouble with balance, Gravitational insecurity, Trouble with vestibular, visual, and sensory systems.
In this blog post by Dr. Belinda Palmer we discuss the Signs of the Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR): Poor eye-hand coordination. Abnormal or skipped crawling. Difficulty tracking or catching a ball. Messy eater. Difficulty adjusting binocular vision from distance to near. Poor learning abilities. Anchors feet behind chair legs while sitting “W” position when sitting on the floor. Reading and writing are easily lying on the floor with the legs extended. Difficulty aligning numbers for math calculations.