Health Benefits of Salmon

Cooking Fish - The Wellness Evolution

Tasty Tuesday Salmon’s nutritional content makes it one of the world’s healthiest foods (when it’s wild-caught). High in nutritional value, wild-caught salmon has a number of benefits for the entire body, many of them resulting from salmon’s omega-3 fatty acids. A few health benefits include: -Contains vitamin D -High in Omega-3s (anti-inflammatory)  -Brain and neurological […]

Brain Fog & Foods that Help Avoid It

Brain Fog & Foods - The Wellness Evolution

Brain Fog and foods that help avoid it. How do you feel throughout your busy days? Energetic and ready to take on the next challenge? Or, dreading another day where you feel slow, cloudy, and unmotivated? “Brain fog,” that uncomfortable lack of mental clarity, can lead to forgetfulness along with difficulty focusing, thinking, and even […]

Raw Honey & the Raw Truth

Raw Honey - The Wellness Evolution

5 Facts about Honey 1. Honey makes excellent cough medicine! -The World Health Organization (WHO) lists honey as a demulcent, which is a substance that relieves irritation in your mouth or throat by forming a protective film 2. Honey can be used to treat wounds! -Honey has antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidants activities that make it […]

Salmon Lettuce Wraps

Salmon Lettuce Wraps - The Wellness Evolution

Salmon Lettuce Wraps with avocados, garlic, carrots, tomatoes, and sauerkraut Hi everyone! This is Dr. Jess posting what I made and devoured for lunch: lettuce tacos! I put sockeye salmon with avocados, garlic, carrots, tomatoes, and sauerkraut in lettuce wraps! In our office, we do nutrition talks so that you can fuel your body with […]

Calf Tightness

Dr Jess - Calf Tightness

Calf tightness can hinder my athletic performance and create long-term problems whether I’m an athlete or not? The main function of the calves (gastrocnemius and soleus) is to plantar-flex the foot, propelling the body forward during walking, running, and jumping. Excessively tight calf muscles leads to a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, and is termed equinus […]