RHINELANDER - If you make an extra effort to eat healthy, you might want to re-evaluate which foods you choose.
Food is often produced differently than how our ancestors did.
Taking a multivitamin, a probiotic, vitamin D, omega 3, and a fruits and greens supplement can keep you healthy.
Those supplements make up for what lacks in our produce and meat, like the nutrients in farm-raised salmon.
"It's so warm in the tanks where the salmon live that they don't develop the fat that they're supposed to. The farm-fed salmon are actually really low in omega-3's than wild caught," says Dr. Kelley Embree.
Hometown Chiropractic hosts monthly health talks.
The next class on topics like this and the 'fundamental five' will be on February 20 at 6:00 p .m at the Rhinelander location.
Story By: Natalie Cardona