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January 2016

Wellness, general


Mary Welling has been over enjoying the Christmas Holidays. It happens! We enjoy and enjoy all the goodies, the large meals and especially the great variety of lamb, beef, chicken, duck and seafood. The stomach expressed its moments of disturbances but self resolved rather quickly. But to Mary’s surprise she began to develop right knee and left big toe pains. The great toe was especially painful after visiting the malls and after walking back home from Sunday church. If you liked this post, say…

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Chiropractic Fitness Health

The Bookends of Fitness

At the start of a brand new year, “fitness” is the buzzword. Every year millions of people begin exercise programs with the goal of getting themselves back into shape. The 100 Year Lifestyle model incorporates an acronym into the buzzword: FitNESS. It stands for Neurology, Nutrition, Endurance, Strength and Structure. To ensure that your fitness experience is a positive one and that you reach your short and long term goals, you must consider the bookends of fitNESS. If you liked…

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Personal Coaching

New Year’s resolution or commitment

New Year’s resolution or commitment, that is the question I would like to pose our readers and wellness participants. So why is it that so many people do not accomplish or fulfill their New Year’s resolution? That is the question of the day. What do you think? A resolution is defined as “a firm decision to do or not to do something; the act of finding an answer or solution to a problem.” Ask yourself, is that really what you mean or intend…

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Nutritional Health

Is milk good for me?

A cute slogan used by the milk companies in advertising was: “Milk… It does a body Good!”  Cute and trendy slogan but not a necessarily correct one because some people suffer health problems from drinking milk. Oh! you say? Interesting thing to know since when it comes to foods one person’s food is another person’s poison. Truth is milk is nature’s food for babies simply because they don’t have teeth and advanced digestive systems to handle regular food. When they can…

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