Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

November 13, 2019

BlueZones Pasta e Vaianeia

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Pasta e Vaianeia

 

Click on the link to get the recipe! This is another variation, as far as I can tell, of Minestrone – personally, I like the green beans part best. But, basically, it is bean soup with any and every variety of vegetable that you have handy, plus some pasta:-)

It was interesting that when I made it there is celery in the photo, but not in the ingredient list. Then at the end they say ‘add the olive oil’ but nowhere in the ingredient list is olive oil listed. There were one or two other glitches, and it was a little weak on flavors, but… it is healthy!

 

November 8, 2019

JP+ Prices (2019)

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JP+Prices

A Terrible Article on Longevity

Terrible only because it does not mention Tai Chi!!

Here you go: https://www.worldhealth.net/news/tips-staying-active-and-social-you-age/

November 6, 2019

For Tai Chi Students: Push Hand to Strikes

For Tai Chi Students: Paul SilfverstrÃ¥le

November 1, 2019

Longevity Link: How Wine Helps You Live Longer

Remember, the Blue Zones people already have the answer to what to do to live long, be happy and stay healthy. The rest is all just science to show why what they do works. We just have to do it!

Longevity Link: How Wine Helps You Live Longer

 

October 19, 2019

For Tai Chi Students: Golden Cockerel Stands on One Leg (Othmar)

October 15, 2019

For Tai Chi Students: Niall Keane

He says that there is a drill here but I can not see where that is:-)

October 14, 2019

For Tai Chi Students: Step Forward And Punch (Othmar)

October 12, 2019

Something to Think About

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October 11, 2019

Zantac To The Rescue

https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/919345?nlid=131980_5322&src=WNL_mdplsnews_191011_mscpedit_wir&uac=254030MJ&spon=17&impID=2127020&faf=1

October 8, 2019

Reminder: What We Already Know

Recently and, in particular, at the State chiropractic conference this past weekend I was aware of the vast numbers of companies selling nutritional supplements. The vendors’ speeches, the flashy brochures, and all the talk. Talk not always, or often backed up by serious science.

I was reminded of what we have in JuicePlus+, the most research brand-name nutritional product in the world. There is real science; and from all of my investigations – including a trip the their annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona – the company does not make claims that are not supported by primary high quality (usually gold standard) research, conducted in top research centers, and published in the best peer-reviewed journals that there is.

“The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.” (Ann Wigmore)

JuicePlus+ is food, remember; probiotics and digestive enzymes are added (that is the ‘plus’). What exactly is in it and what exactly is not in it is certified by a third party verifying through independent testing that it meets and exceeds strict quality standards: it is NSF Certified.

JuicePlus+ helps bridge that gap between what we wish we ate and what we usually do eat: it helps us get closer to the 7-10 daily servings of fruits and vegetables.

And there is the research results…

Another reminder:

Here is what that science shows: JuicePlus+…

…contributes to cardiovascular wellness

…supports a healthy inflammatory response

…supports quality of life

…supports healthy cholesterol, LDL, and triglyceride metabolism

…supports healthy lung function

…supports healthy skin and gums

…supports the immune system

…helps maintain healthy DNA

…reduces oxidative stress

…and is absorbed by the body

 

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