March 2012 - What is a Family Wellness Chiropractor?
Typically when someone mentions “chiropractic” it brings to mind thoughts of back or neck pain, perhaps the result of an auto accident or a work-related injury; but there is so much more to chiropractic care.
February 2012 - The Nuts and Bolts of Nuts and Seeds
With time, research is revealing that nuts and seeds do not deserve their bad reputation. Absolutely, they are high in fat. But it’s the good fat, not the bad, and when eaten in moderation, their health benefits far outweigh the dangers of their fat content. The fact is, the more we learn about nuts and seeds, the more we realize that they’re one of our best snack food options.
December 2011 - The Meaning of Giving
Sometimes it seems with all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season that we forget the purpose: that it’s about family and fellowship. We get so wrapped up in, well, the wrapping, that we forget there’s more to it than giving and receiving gifts.
January 2012 - Cutting out the Clutter
Organization, cleaning and purging have become catch phrases for TV shows and news articles. It’s no longer something hidden in the closet, literally, but is now out in the open and becoming almost a fad. De-clutter your life and be happier, safer and sane. Really? Maybe it’s just a matter of having a little more time and space. Regardless of your reasons, here are some helpful ways to cut out the clutter.
November 2011 - Cooking Oils
You’ve taken the time to buy really fresh vegetables, to dice them up into a delicious mix so that you and your family can eat healthier and feel better. However, the decision of what oil to cook them in is equally important. The wrong cooking oil can turn a healthy mix of fresh vegetables into an unhealthy mix of mush.