Jim Kelly’s Perseverance

As a company rooted in Western New York, we have an immense feeling of pride when it comes to our community. An environment surrounded with support, love, and good neighbors, Buffalo is lucky to be the home of Jim Kelly, the retired Buffalo Bills quarterback that just so happens to be the recipient of the Jimmy V Award at the ESPYs in Los Angeles this year. For those who don’t know of Jim Kelly, he
With pregnancy comes a lot of side effects: nausea, food cravings, headaches, swollen feets, the list goes on. But there is one common side effect that often gets ignored: metallic taste. Metallic taste is a bitter, unpleasant taste in the mouth that can result from medications, pre-existing conditions, and even pregnancy. Estrogen and progesterone are constantly fluctuating during pregnancy to accommodate the woman’s body for a growing fetus. This often leads to many sensory changes, like

The Importance of Self-Help

As the use of antidepressants and antianxiety medications is on the rise in the U.S., it’s important to take a step back and evaluate the importance of self-help and what we can do to get the help we need, both physically and mentally. There are some simple steps that we can take to better our lives on our own. First, examine who you are as an individual. What brings joy and a sense of achievement

How to Get Rid of Metallic Taste

As many of our followers who frequent our blog know, taste alterations can be caused by a variety of conditions, including CNS disorders, medications, cancer treatments, etc., and can result in an unpleasant, metallic taste in the mouth. This kind of taste disorder can cause an individual to avoid eating, and this can often lead to malnutrition. Everyone deserves to enjoy food without having an annoying, disgusting taste in their mouth. We came up with
Chemotherapy and radiation can change the appetite in many of its patients as well as impose the difficulty of being able to stomach solid food. Although this often happens, it’s important for the individual to remain well-nourished throughout their cancer treatments in order to maintain physical strength and increase the likelihood that chemotherapy will be effective. But there’s a problem: many people experience deterioration in their ability to taste food, and it therefore becomes bland