Posts in the ‘Health Tips’ Category

Build a Healthy Immune System

Cold or flu? When is a fever too high? How do we protect ourselves from illness? How is the flu vaccine made? What’s in the flu shot? At his October Healthy Living lecture series at Barnes & Noble, Dr. Roger De Sesa, D.C.,C.C.W.P., discussed the answers to these questions as he focused on “Building a

Top Foods to Avoid

At his Sept. 9, 2014 lecture at Barnes & Noble, Dr. Roger De Sesa emphatically declared, “Kids should NEVER have trans fat.” No one should actually. Trans fat increases one’s risk of heart disease and stroke. Don’t be fooled by a label that says 0 trans fat. If there is 0.5 grams/serving or less, companies

Lecture Aims to Share Health Tips

The crowd was small at Barnes & Noble, but the information was abundant. Dr. Roger De Sesa, a representative of the Foundation for Wellness Professionals and a local wellness chiropractor, shared some tips in regards to keeping a healthy heart at a free lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014. “Healthy hearts live in healthy people,”

Fitness, Heart Disease, Women’s Issues Are Set as Topics for 2014 Free Lecture Series at Barnes & Noble

For immediate release Roger De Sesa, Foundation for Wellness Professionals, 661-294-0429 Joelle Beigel, Community Relations Manager, Barnes & Noble, 661-254-5903 SANTA CLARITA (Jan. 1, 2014) – A second series of free health lectures will be offered January through April on the second Tuesday each month, thanks to a renewed partnership between the non-profit Foundation for

The Flu Shot: Is It Right For You?

By Dr. Roger De Sesa December 2013 You’ve likely seen the signs, heard the radio PSAs, or seen the TV PSAs. They all promote getting vaccinated for the flu virus. In 2011, one of Santa Clarita’s City council members even wrote a column in The Signal urging residents to get the flu shot at the

Top Ten Ways to Stay Healthy

As we enter the highly promoted “flu” season, Dr. De Sesa suggests his top 10 ways to stay healthy: 1- Avoid or reduce your sugar intake. Sugar actually suppresses your immune system. 2- Exercise. The body is meant to move. A 20-minute walk daily is a great start. 3- Get 20-30 minutes of sunshine daily

Five Easy Steps to Making a Lasting Change

I’m too tired. I’m having a case of the Mondays. My tummy hurts. Not today. We can make up a long list of excuses, but will they make us healthier? Is our country getting healthier and healthier?  Are more drugs and surgeries the solution to our healthcare crisis? We all know that people are finding

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