Most of us want to eat healthier food, but the idea of making it ourselves can be intimidating. The hesitation can stem from a shortage of healthy recipes, lack of culinary skills, scarcity of time, and more. But, it might be easier than you think. Menu planning, meal prep, and complicated recipes can be overwhelming
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Nearly a month early may be the perfect time to jump on your New Year's Resolution. It may be tempting to use the new year as a fresh start, but stick with me here. Starting a resolution January 1st has many downfalls. And a cold start to a new habit may be a recipe for
Many worry they will spoil their diet over the holidays. Thanksgiving is definitely an over-indulging holiday due to the cornucopia of sweets, meats, and dishes literally called stuffing. Usually the foods doctors and dietitians are telling us to avoid. So how can we properly enjoy the holidays and stay healthy? The good news is that
The time you spend sleeping has a major impact on your health. Too little could be a recipe for poor health by raising your stress and leading to long term health consequences. Skipping sleep for short term gain might not be worth it. Even then, sleeping less to get ahead at work or school may
Beep! Beep! The alarm goes off too early on a frigid morning. The sky is overcast and we’re forced out of the comfort of our warm beds to face this dreary weather. “This terrible weather must be making me SAD,” we silently curse to the cloudy sky as we muddle through the rest of the
Your immune system plays a critical role in keeping you healthy. It defends against diseases on a daily basis. It even protects in ways you might not consider. Take care of it and it'll help take care of you. It is flu season after all. While many will seek out the flu shot, it's not
Halloween Health and Safety Spooky, scary costumes and sweet, sweet candy are the calling cards of Halloween. I'm not here to ruin the fun, but provide some health tips in the face of mountains of candy and to point out some overlooked safety concerns. Halloween health and safety is easier than it sounds. Don't
A healthy spine is an often-overlooked and essential part of a healthy lifestyle. During National Chiropractic Health Month, we want to highlight chiropractic's roll in achieving spinal health. The spine, also known as the vertebral column, has many important functions. It's part of the frame work of bones that hold us up and allow us to
October is National Chiropractic Health Month. We often hear from chiropractors that good posture is essential for good health. But what does that entail and how can posture effect our health? Poor posture is a result of bad habits carried out over years. It's come into discussion more over the years in issues like text
Continuing on our October theme for National Chiropractic Health Month, we're going to take a look at our article published in the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research this year. Resolution of Post-traumatic Epilepsy, Headaches & Dizziness Following Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care in a 19-Year-Old Male: Case Study & Review of the Literature If you're