Fat and oil often get a bad rap. Yet we need a certain amount of fat for our health and of course, most foods taste better with fat. Deciding which oil to use and for what has become confusing. Luckily for us, the bloggers at eatingrules.com and at smallbites.andybellatti.com have developed this chart to eliminate some confusion. Please click here to go to the Eating Rules website and view the chart.
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Are you thinking about cosmetic surgery to boost your appearance? Before you commit to a procedure, consider cosmetic acupuncture. This is a good alternative to painful procedures and side effects associated with it. It provides natural results by stimulating collagen and elastin production causing the skin to plump up, smooth fine lines, reduce deep furrows, reduce age spots and sagging. Cosmetic acupuncture is also effective at preventing wrinkles and fine lines before they appear. This procedure is safe and effective resulting in a glowing complexion.
The Doctors at Advanced Physical Medicine and Therapy invite you to schedule a free consultation to see if you are a candidate for this treatment. Call(847) 222-9060 today to schedule an appointment!
* Offer expires 2-29-12.
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As of February 23, Advanced Physical Medicine and Therapy has rejoined the Optum Healthcare Network which includes United Healthcare & Great West.
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We are proud to announce that APMT’s Tina Anawis received the Chairman’s Award by the Mt. Prospect Chamber of Commerce! The Award was given in recognition of Tina’s outstanding dedication and hard work ensuring the success of the 2011 Mt Prospect Corporate 5K Challenge.
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New research indicates that chiropractic care and exercise are more effective than drug treatment in controlling neck pain, both long and short-term. If neck pain is bothering you, schedule an appointment and find some relief! Follow this link to the New York Times for more information regarding the research study.
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