Most people pursue chiropractic care when they have back pain, neck pain, or headaches, and then typically not until other treatment efforts or the passage of time have failed to provide relief. When relief is obtained the problem is assumed to be solved, with no further need for spinal attention. This may be the way […]

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Your Health: Is It a Priority in Difficult Economic Times? (Part 2)

August 7, 2014

The following actions are necessities rather than luxuries if you desire to lengthen your life and upgrade its quality all along the journey: a)   Consume a diet rich in whole unprocessed foods, with an emphasis on organic fruits and vegetables. b)   Supplement at least with essential pharmaceutical-grade antioxidant vitamins and chelated minerals, omega-3 fish oils, […]

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Your Health: Is It a Priority in Difficult Economic Times? (Part 1)

July 6, 2014

You may feel the need to limit your spending during challenging financial periods, but which expenses should you reduce or eliminate? Restricting luxuries in favor of necessities seems to make sense, but is that typically how we’re oriented? Yes, to some degree. We do tend to responsibly make sure that money is available for food, […]

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LIFE ENERGY AND MOMENTUM

May 29, 2014

What if I told you that you have a certain finite amount of life energy and that the success you have in managing it either results in long-term peak performance or the greater risk of illness and an earlier death? Your active response to this truth will either help to set you free or produce […]

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Epigenetics and Disease: Finding Freedom from Genetic Fears

April 22, 2014

Do the genes you inherited determine your overall state of health or which diseases will show up in your body? That concept is genetic determinism. It makes you a passive victim since you didn’t get to choose your own DNA. But, is it really that simple? Contemporary research is proving otherwise, and your understanding of […]

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Cancer: Where Do You Look for Information and Answers?

March 27, 2013

I’ve had many thoughts going through my mind the last couple of days and my hope is that sharing some of them might be helpful. Allow me to summarize four recent precipitating experiences and then next time we’ll examine some important research that affects how likely you are to develop cancer or other degenerative diseases. […]

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“You Are the Weakest Link, Goodbye”

February 10, 2013

Remember the Weakest Link television show that experienced brief popularity several years back? It’s most memorable element was the host’s dismissive declaration to the contestant who was considered least effective in the team’s drive for success in each round of competition. “You are the weakest link…Goodbye!” What is your weakest link? The area of your […]

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Is It Too Late For Healing?

January 29, 2013

Thankfully it’s rarely too late to improve your health and this is the attitude you need to hold: “Never, never, never, never give up.” – Winston Churchill Far too often people buy the easily dispensed negative prediction that there’s no real solution or hope for their healing, especially when the condition is quite serious. I […]

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Disease Studies Continue to Lack Holistic Insight

December 17, 2012

In my last post I discussed the foolishness of the positive conclusions drawn from a recent study that used a dangerous cholesterol-lowering medication in an attempt to prevent heart attacks and strokes in supposedly high-risk people who don’t even have elevated cholesterol levels. Using a poison as a proactive cardiovascular health measure seems to me […]

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Your Health in Danger in “Atomism-Land”

November 30, 2012

In my last blog posting I challenged you to begin paying close attention to the news and to your daily life for evidence of “atomistic” perspectives or practices. I asked you to see how often these appear versus messages that are more “holistic” (See the Nov. 15th posting for several distinctions between these worldviews) and […]

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