Curried Coconut Cauliflower Soup

This is one of my husband’s favorite soups. It is one of the healthiest soups that I make and it is quick to prepare as well. Here are some of the benefits of a few ingredients. As you can see most of the ingredients are anti-inflammatory and all of the ingredients are from Mother Nature. […]

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Sitting Could be Detrimental to Your Health

About 10 years ago in a seminar, I learned that our human frame was not meant to sit but to only lie down, squat and walk or run. Sitting is the most weight bearing and gravity bearing position for our spine and puts maximal pressure on the lowest vertebra, discs and nerves which can create […]

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Safe Protection from the Sun

It is so important to take preventative measures for protecting your skin and eyes from the harmful rays of the sun. Sun is very important because the beneficial UVB rays increase our vitamin D levels which help prevent skin, colon, lung, breast, prostate and pancreatic cancer, to name a few. It is the UVA rays […]

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Broccoli Bliss Biscuits

I make these delicious biscuits as a snack. Broccoli is one of the healthiest vegetables because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Enjoy! Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Steam 1 head of broccoli for about 5 minutes, just till it is slightly tender, but not cooked all […]

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Magic Sock Treatment for Congestion

My friend Dr. Joshua Berry introduced magic socks to our family when our kids were very little and I want to share this treatment with you too. It is great for colds, congestion, coughs, sinus infections, ear infections, sore throats, headaches, bronchitis, teething and fevers. It truly helps people to sleep more comfortably through the […]

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Is Ice or Heat Better for an Injury?

In most cases it is prudent to try ice first following an injury. Ice is one of the strongest anti-inflammatories. In the first 72 hours after an injury there is significant swelling. The ice decreases blood flow to the area and reduces swelling. A cold pack should be applied to the area of complaint. It […]

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What is chiropractic?

The definition of chiropractic that I use in my practice is this: chiropractic is the science that allows the body to heal itself by removing nerve interference so that the body can function properly. A chiropractor detects and corrects subluxations. A subluxation is a vertebrae that is stuck and not moving in it’ s proper […]

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What Caused My Back Pain?

This is one of the most popular and common question that patients ask in our practice. I love answering this question because it makes the patient analyze the stresses they may have in their lives and allows them to make better health and lifestyle choices. Sometimes it is totally obvious what caused their back pain. […]

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Weight Loss for a Healthier You

This year I lost 15 lbs and I feel really great. I wanted to share some of my tips with you. 1) Exercise- Exercise is underrated! Exercise makes you look good and feel good both physically and emotionally and also boosts your immunity. I exercise 4-6 days a week for about 20-30 minutes only. I […]

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Webster Technique for Breech Babies

The Webster technique is an integral part of my practice when working with pregnant women and especially pregnant women with breech babies. I received my Webster certification in 2003 from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. The Webster technique is a chiropractic adjusting technique that corrects the neurobiomechanics of the pelvis which creates optimal fetal positioning. […]

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