Why Your Dog Needs Dog Wheels

If you want your handicapped dog to lead a happy and complete life, then dog wheelchairs can do the trick. With wheelchairs, you can help your dog deal with its disability more easily and regain its lost mobility. There is no reason to panic now when your dog suffers from a sore back or has injured its limbs paralyzing it. A wheelchair can completely transform your pet’s life and give back its lost freedom. Additionally, a wheelchair ensures that no further damage is caused to the dog’s bones and joints.
Dog wheelchairs are particularly useful if the pet suffer from hip dysplasia, neurological disorders and arthritis. Wheelchairs give extreme comfort and aid during the post surgery period. They provide strength to the bones and muscles and help overcome the paralysis. The wheels and tough frame of the carts enables your dog to move around freely without hurting itself. Inactivity and reduced movement may cause the muscles of the animal to weaken and dry up. Dog wheelchairs fasten the healing process and help revitalize your pet’s muscles.
Arthritis and other degenerative diseases may reduce your dog’s movements, sometimes even rendering it immobile. Before the condition worsens and frustration sets in, fasten your dog with a wheelchair. Dog wheelchairs help in toning muscles and aids in workouts as well, thereby reducing the disease from further aggravating. Wheelchairs bring back the smile on your dog’s face making it playful as before and in the process help your dog to reclaim its lost energy. Immobility can even drive your dog into depression. By providing your dog with a wheelchair, you can reduce its boredom and depression as it can resume with its daily activities like
Dog wheelchairs normally comprise of wheels, a frame, harness and a saddle to support it. Some wheels also come with additional features such as stirrups and counterweights. In case your dog has injured any of its limbs, these features help in maintaining balance.
An adjustable strap is provided that helps the dog to fit perfectly in its wheels. A back support saddle will give support to your dog’s back and also provides grip to the underbelly. Some of the best wheelchairs are those that facilitate your dog to even swim in water. Hence, when buying a dog wheelchair, ensure that all the above mentioned features are in place. Poorly designed dog wheelchairs may increase the risk of more injury and hence it is better to go in for superior quality wheelchair for your best buddy.
Dog wheelchairs are crafted to help your dog overcome its immobility and paralysis. So, make the most of it and bring back the lost delight in your handicapped dog’s life. With a wheelchair, your dog will be able to resume its normal activities with ease.
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Top 15 foods to fight inflammation

If you’re reading this, you are probably dealing with inflammation or you’re doing your best to avoid it! I’m about to give you a list of the top 15 anti-inflammatory foods and herbs.

Since inflammation is a major cause of disease, you’ll definitely want to incorporate these foods into your diet. In fact, heart disease is caused by the inflammation of your arteries, while arthritis is caused by inflammation in your joints. Even ulcerative colitis is caused by inflammation of your colon. Most disease today has an inflammatory component, even cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

Top 15 –


  • Leafy Greens! Green, leafy vegetables are high in vitamin K as well as chlorophyll which helps detoxify your body and lower levels of inflammation. Looking to change up your salads, try chard, dandelion greens, beet greens.  Spinach and kale are great as well in terms of their vitamin K, their calcium, magnesium. Those minerals to help lower inflammation in the body.
  • The next one is Bok Choy, part of that cabbage family which is  very high in something called vitamin U. Vitamin U is known to support glutathione levels in the body which helps lower inflammation and helps support the liver. So bok choy, another incredible super food with anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Celery is another unique super food for reducing inflammation (and especially celery juice). Celery is very high in electrolytes and also a trace mineral called silica. It’s high in potassium and overall works in a unique way to help flush toxins out of our bodies. It helps with something called “fluid exchange” of intracellular and extracellular fluids.

    Celery is also great for gout. If somebody has uric acid buildup in their body and they would have a sore elbow or certain joints, celery helps with flushing out uric acid out of your system. So overall, an incredible vegetable for its anti-inflammatory benefits.

  • Beets is next on the list (though one that you’ll want to be careful with if you’re watching your sugar levels). Beets actually boost something in your body called nitric oxide, which is known to increase your body’s red blood cells and your overall circulation. This is why endurance athletes supplement with nitric oxide.

    Many eat beets because of its ability to help support red blood cell production and the overall health of the blood. Nitric oxide also helps reduce inflammation in the body. So beet’s an incredible super food for building your blood, improving endurance, improving energy but also for supporting the heart health and reducing inflammation!

  • Broccoli, which is very unique in many ways! It actually has high levels of chromium which is really good for your blood sugar levels ( and great for diabetics). Broccoli is actually one of the most nutrient-dense of all foods out there including its high level of vitamin C – another natural anti-inflammatory. I actually eat broccoli several times a week!
  • Here’s a tasty health food that almost everyone loves…Blueberries! Now, blueberries are powerhouse when it comes to antioxidants as they contain resveratrol, flavonoids and vitamin C.  Blueberries and certain antioxidants actually help eat up oxidative stress.
  • Next up…Pineapple which has the highest levels of a nutrient called bromelain (in the core). Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme that helps reduce inflammation. In fact, a lot of athletes are now doing beet juice before they go and work out and then pineapple juice after since bromelain reduces inflammation the naturals sugars in pineapple help with the recovery after exercise.
  • Here’s one you probably didn’t expect…Bone Broth! If you knew this, you get bonus points. Bone broth is very high in collagen-producing amino acids such as proline and glycine and hydroxyproline. This is what helps us anti-age and makes our skin tighter.And also, bone broth is very high in three unique nutrients: hyaluronic acid, glucosamine, and chondroitin. When preparing soup with a broth, try to use one which is low salt, especially considering most Americans consume too much salt. A bowl of soup sounds good right about now!
  • Fatty fish. This includes Salmon, mackerel, sardines, anchovies and cod. These and others are high in healthy fats. Salmon is continues to gain in popularity because it is very high in omega-3s, the fatty acids EPA and DHA. Those reduce inflammation and helps the heart health. It’s good for your skin, hair and even your eyes!
  • Next up…Walnuts, which are another omega-3 supplement, though walnuts contain different types of omega-3 fats than fatty fish like salmon. Walnuts contain ALA, alpha-linolenic acid. Those omegas and some of the minerals they have are known to help support brain health as well as inflammation.
  • The next one has become controversial lately – Coconut oil. Here’s where the controversy exists…some evidence has shown that the saturated fats in coconut oil are actually good for your cells and reduce inflammation. However, at the same time, it is labeled by the American Heart Association as an unhealthy fat.Do your research on this one or talk to your physician – for now, I personally continue to use coconut oil in my diet, but only in moderation.
  • Cha-cha-chaChia Seeds. Like walnuts, they are high in ALA. Chia seeds are probably the highest omega-3 fatty rich food on the planet. Chia seeds also create what’s called mucilaginous fiber. In fact, if you put them in water, they become very gelatinous which is very good for cleaning out your colon (just like jello is). As a bonus, chia seeds are also know to increase energy (and NOT in a caffiene kind of way). Overall, it’s a great energy-boosting seed as well as anti-inflammatory because of its great fiber and its omega-3 content.
  • Continuing the theme, Flax Seeds, which are also high in omega-3s. Flax seeds contain really unique compounds that support balancing out estrogen in the body and if your inflammatory condition is related to gut health, flax seeds can also help. Your next decision, whole versus ground.
  • This next one is greatly known for it health benefits as well as its great flavor…Turmeric. Using Turmeric as a spice for cooking is a great way to add flavor to your food as part of a low salt diet. Turmeric contains two really unique compounds. In powder form, it’s very high in curcumin. Thousands of studies have been done on turmeric and curcumin and its benefit to fight cancer, heart disease and to reduce inflammation.

    Also, turmeric contains a compound especially in its essential oil form.If you buy turmeric oil, it’s called turmerone which has been shown to help support your body in tissue regeneration and producing more of its own stem cells to help heal herniated discs, torn ligaments or any type of tissue damage in the body. Turmeric is probably the ultimate anti-inflammatory herb, followed closely by Ginger.

  • Ginger contains gingerols as well as zingibain. Zingibain is a proteolytic enzyme that really helps reduce inflammation at the cellular level. Gingerols work similar to some of those compounds in turmeric at reducing inflammation. It’s great for reducing inflammation of the digestive system and the joints.  As a bonus, it’s really good for helping any type of issue related to tissue in the brain.

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Sensational Seasonings is a gourmet seasonings company located in Johnson City, TN. Our healthy and delicious product line includes:  Cajun Blackening Seasoning, Chicken Seasoning, Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, Italian Seasoning and Pork Rub. Each of our seasoning blends are either salt-free or low-salt (meeting all guidelines of the FDA). Reducing the salt content of our seasonings allows you to get more flavor from all the herbs and spices we include while allowing you take total control of your salt use. 



Stop Snoring Exercise – One of the Natural Ways to Stop Snoring

Snoring is a very common problem when it comes to sleeping. Snoring often occurs when there is some sort of obstruction to your breathing pathways which generates a sound be it weak and subtle, to something that’s very boisterous and bothersome. It affects many different kinds of individuals and even kids have been known to snore at times. The question in everybody’s minds is this, since you are sleeping while it happens, how can you stop snoring?

Even though you snore while you sleep and more often than not you don’t know about it (unless someone tells you).

There are things you can do to stop snoring or avoid it entirely. You want to stop snoring because apart from the annoying noise it makes which can disturb other people who are also asleep. It also has implications to your body’s health. Some of the major effects of constantly snoring in sleep deprivation and drowsiness when awake. It also has implications to a person’s ability to focus and also lowers libido. Some studies also correlated snoring to an increase in the risk of heart attack and stroke.

While there are many medical ways to treat snoring there are a few natural ways as to how to stop snoring. Of course there’s no downside to trying to reduce snoring using natural means. Additionally, they’re very easy to do.

As a matter of fact, by merely changing the way your body is positioned when you sleep help reduce snoring. You might be used to sleeping on your back. If you are, your tongue and the walls of your throat can hinder to your breathing. Try sleeping on your side and adding a body pillow to hold while on your side.

Your weight can also be a reason why you’re snoring. This is because if you are overweight, fat will deposit around your neck which can make breathing harder. This may take some work, but losing weight brings with it a lot more benefits than just stopping your snoring problems. Losing weight will also help give you more energy, make you less prone to diseases. However, there are those who still snore even if they are fit and slim.

You should also limit your consumption of alcohol before going to bed. Alcohol has the tendency to relax your muscles, including those in your neck and mouth. This will of course lead to you snoring. Drinking lots of alcoholic beverages may even lead to dehydration which can lead to dry mouth that can also cause snoring. It is also advisable that you stay hydrated and drink plenty of water.

Finally, you should practice good sleeping behavior. Make sure you get 7 to 8 hours of sleep every day and try to sleep at the same time every day so that your body clock can become accustomed to it. Additionally, do not stress yourself or tire yourself excessively as this may also bring about snoring.

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Salt…Breaking a Bad Habit

Eating a diet that is low in whole grains, fruit, nuts and seeds and fish oils and high in salt raises the risk of an early death, according to the huge and ongoing study Global Burden of Disease.

Too little fruit kills nearly five million people every year, and too much salt kills four million. There are three things we can do to lower our salt intake.


Don’t add salt at the table. A third of us add salt to our food before even tasting it!



Stop adding salt when cooking. At first the food will taste bland. Two to four weeks later, however, as the sensitivity of the salt taste receptors in the mouth become more sensitive to the taste of salt in the usual concentrations. Believe it or not, after two weeks you may actually prefer the taste of food with less salt.


Avoid processed foods that have salt added. Even if we completely stop adding salt in the kitchen and dining room but still eat processed foods with salt, it will only bring our down salt intake a small fraction (because of the high salt content in processed foods).

If you do buy processed foods, select foods that have fewer milligrams of sodium than there are calories. For example here the sodium is 720; calories are 260. 720 is greater than 260, so this has too much sodium. The reason it works is because most people get about 2,200 calories a day, so if everything you ate had more calories than sodium you’d at least get under 2,300 milligrams of sodium upper limit for healthy people under age 50.

What to use for flavor…

Some of the flavorings you can use instead of salt include pepper, onion, garlic, tomato, sweet peppers, basil, parsley, thyme, celery, lime, chilli, nettle, rosemary, smoke flavor, curry, coriander, and lemon.

Of course, the healthiest foods have no labels at all. We should also try to buy as much fresh food as we can, as it is almost impossible to come up with a diet consisting of unprocessed natural food that exceeds the strict American Heart Association guidelines for sodium reduction.

Sensational Seasonings include Pork Rub, Chicken Seasoning & Jamaican Jerk SeasoningOur Pork Rub is completely salt -free (this comes in handy when brining, so you don’t “double salt” or if you are restricted to a salt-free diet). Our Chicken Seasoning is a ‘low-salt’ seasonings while our Jamaican Jerk Seasoning is ‘very low-salt’. These seasonings meet FDA guidelines for salt-free, low-salt and very low-salt classifications. Reducing the salt content of our seasonings allows you to get more flavoring from the seasonings without over-salting and lets you control your salt use.