Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

February 20, 2018

Not What Everyone Wants to Hear: Protein in the Diet

The message of the meat eaters has gotten through to the general public: when you ask about what they eat, they know the answers they are ‘supposed’ to give and mention meat, meat, meat. Paleo is popular.

And, while it may not be a fad, it misses the mark by a mile as to the healthiest way to eat. Here, the Blue Zone take on things lines up with recent research: eat vegetables first, then nuts, grains, seeds and beans – that is where to get the majority of your protein.

Not a popular message, but not a new one either. Many will prefer to follow the voices that tickle their ears and tempt their eyes – willingly hypnotized into choices that will cost them dearly down the road. Follow the ‘narrow path’, not the ‘broad road that leads to destruction’.

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January 26, 2018

The Newist Thing – Not New!

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January 17, 2018

Plan B When You Can’t Breast Feed

Makes sense to me…

December 24, 2017

Multiple Independent Threshold Units

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You probably don’t want to read the review of the Study, but…Things have changed… Again.

“Using new types of experiments on neuronal cultures, a group of scientists, led by Prof. Ido Kanter, of the Department of Physics at Bar-Ilan University, has demonstrated that this century-old assumption regarding brain activity is mistaken.”

October 24, 2017

TED talk on why we have a brain

October 20, 2017

Stroke Risk Factors Going Up…

From a new Study…

And, keep in mind, I wouldn’t be talking about this if it were not all preventable. Managing risk factors is the epitome of prevention.

October 17, 2017

File Under “Big Deal” – New Study on Biome and Aging

Healthy aging is not accident.

October 16, 2017

I Am Not The Only One Who Gets Frustrated

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Here, an elder tai chi brother of mine from Brussels, Wim Demeere, goes off on the subject of poorly trained professional athletes.

Is it any wonder that the average guy or gal on the street, working, recreating, and performing all the activities of life doesn’t have a clue how to move correctly. They merrily march on toward their next (or first) episode of injurious pain.

Notice: he doesn’t break the Knee Rule; he maintains Neutral Spine (Even in the neck!). And he pointing to his heels – where the majority of the weight lands.

And, finally, notice that he talks about the “Hip Crease” – of the three Elements of Bending & Lifting, this is the KEY element: without it you can not achieve the other two.

September 28, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: More from our YouTube Channel (again, 5 years ago…)

September 27, 2017

Which is more difficult to come up with?

This morning I was told a story about a woman who will be having heart surgery next week. It will cost  in the neighborhood of $100,000 dollars.

All I could think about afterwards was how much JuicePlus+ $100,000 would buy.

When people choose not to take JuicePlus+ they usually mention price as a big part of the reason: too hard to come up with a couple of dollars a day for whole food in capsules to cover the serving of fruits and vegetables that they do not, can not, or will not get in their daily diet.

 

August 23, 2017

Blood Pressure & The Mediterranean Diet

News from a new study from Australia. Think Blue Zones!!

 

 

August 11, 2017

For Tai Chi Students

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