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  • Don't feel well
  • Lack of energy or tired
  • In pain or ill
  • Pregnant
  • Had a fall (no matter  how long ago)
  • Lost weight
  • Under physical or emotional stress
  • Head, hips, or shoulders not balanced
  • Have had dental work
  • Using drugs or medication
  • Had surgery
  • Work in same position for long periods
  • Walk toe-in or toe-out

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Did you know that education is an extended part of your care with us!

However, you don't have to be a patient to attend our classes!  Please join us on Tuesdays at 6:15pm for a refreshing time to learn about a healthy lifestyle!


On the Agenda for May!!

May 1st- No Class

May 8th- Sleep Like A Baby With Essential Oils

May 15th- Benefits Of Fermented Foods

May 22nd- Why Exercise









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This Week:

Tuesday, May 14th

Fermented Foods



Fermented Foods

Did you know that your body needs bacteria in order to function?

Bacteria in our gut enables us to live, we cannot survive without it.

Bacteria allows us to digest and assimilate the nutrients in our food.

They also play a huge role in our immune functioning and in many other processes in our bodies.

Indeed, bacteria helps our bodies perform all sorts of essential functions.

The problem is that we are constantly attacking them with all the chemicals in our lives.

So replenishing and diversifying these populations is critical.

Fermented food helps us restore and increase the range of healthy bacteria that we need.

Here is a list of some fermented foods.

*Kimchi (Korean spicy sauerkraut)   *Temph (Fermented Soybeans)

*Pickles     * Sauerkraut        * Kefir

Along with controlling weight and reducing blood sugar, healthy bacteria is associated with of host of possible benefits.


















































































Next week:  Tuesday, May 22nd  Why Exercise





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Health Articles

Too Many Meds: Americans Overdoing it with Prescription Drugs
Too Many Meds: Americans Overdoing it with Prescription Drugs
The headline above is from a Sept. 4, 2017, story published by NewsMax Health. The story is based on the September 2017 cover story on the magazine, Consumer Reports. These articles, along with others, highlight the problem of prescription medication usage in the U.S. and bring some startling statistic . . .
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Placental Insufficiency Reduced and Fetal Growth Rate Normalized Following Chiropractic
Placental Insufficiency Reduced and Fetal Growth Rate Normalized Following Chiropractic
The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health published a case study on November 2, 2017, documenting the improvement of a woman's pregnancy as well as her unborn child's growth. The growth of a fetus is determined by genetic factors and the mother's ability to supply quality nutrients to her unborn . . .
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Resolution of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Following Chiropractic Care
Resolution of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Following Chiropractic Care
The Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research published a case study on December 18, 2017, documenting the case of a patent with systemic lupus erythematosus being resolved following chiropractic. . The term Lupus is commonly used to mean SLE. However, Lupus actually represents a number of autoimmune . . .
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Chiropractic Helps Excessive Crying in Baby According to Study
Chiropractic Helps Excessive Crying in Baby According to Study
The Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics published a case study and review in their January 2018 issue showing how chiropractic helped a baby who was suffering from excessive crying. This study points out that although crying is a normal way that infants communicate their needs, excessive crying . . .
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Just How Much Education Is Needed?

I bet you didn't realize just how much time, effort, and education goes into mastering the science and art of locataing and correcting subluxataions!  Some people have wondered if they spend less time then a regular medicinal doctor.  Take a look at the chart below to compare the requirements, you just might be suprised!

Course (in classroom hours)

Chiropractic                                                  Medicine            

540                               Anatomy                        508

240                               Physiology                     326

360                               Pathology                      401

165                               Chemistry                      325

120                               Microbiology                  114

630                               Diagnosis                      324

320                               Neurology                      112

360                               X-ray                              148

60                                 Psychiatry                      144

60                                 Obstetrics                       148

210                               Orthopedics                    156

3,065                    TOTAL HOURS            2,706

*Other required subjects are:  Spinal Adjustments, Kinesiology, Advanced Radiology, Pharmacology, Immunology, General Surgery

4,485  GRAND TOTAL HOURS     4,248



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