Want to get to know me a little better? Here are a few fun things you might enjoy discovering about me. There is really no rhyme or reason to this list other than that it is me. I tried to just let random thoughts pop into my head and wrote down 10 that I thought… Continue reading 10 Quirky Things You Might Not Know About Me
Those who utilize chiropractic love it for the fact that it helps them feel so much better. But did you ever consider what separates chiropractic from other forms of pain relief? There are several ways to feel better, so why not just pop a pill or get an injection? If you have no regard for… Continue reading Chiropractic: Beyond Pain Relief
Nutrition is a touchy subject. At its root, it’s really pretty black and white. Your body thrives on an ample supply of ideal nutrients and functions less than optimally on substandard ingredients. So logic would tell you that refining your health should simply be a matter of taking in the good stuff and steering clear… Continue reading The Cheat Meal. Who are You Really Cheating?
I like nut butters. And I also enjoy making them. My gut doesn’t handle peanuts well (technically peanuts are legumes, anyway), but give me any other nut and I’ll try my hand at grinding it into butter. When I first decided to start making my own nut butters, I did some research online and came… Continue reading Keep Churning! How Getting Healthy is Like Making Almond Butter.
No matter your current age, there comes a time in your life when you start thinking about how your golden years will play out. Some of us are forward-thinking enough to begin planning and preparing very early for that eventual day when we retire. The rest of us find ourselves scrambling to make up for… Continue reading Are You Building a Health Nest Egg? Why Saving for Retirement Isn’t Just About Funds.
You’ve probably heard that sitting is the new smoking. This is because more and more studies are showing that a predominantly sedentary lifestyle contributes to the development or exacerbation of chronic lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. (If you’re a sitter and a smoker you’re really up against it!) Sitting itself isn’t… Continue reading Move a Little, Move a Lot. Why your daily workout might not be enough.
I can’t tell you how many people I’ve consulted with who believe that they are destined to live out the health short-comings of their parents. They enter our relationship with a defeatist attitude right from the start. But who can blame them, really? If you buy into what you’re being sold through conventional wisdom and… Continue reading Leveraging Your Genes. How Your Lifestyle Choices Influence Your Health.