Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

June 23, 2017

Women, Tea, Cancer & Epigenetics

Tea is actually a big subject: “tea” would be a better way to put it, and go from there. But I have already Posted about tea a time or two (or ten), so we won’t go down that path right now.

Here, though, is new news on one of the possible connections between a lifestyle that includes drinking “tea”, and health and longevity (that is, a life with less cancer risk anyway).

So “tea” is “good.” Drink it! (Or don’t. It is actually so good that is one ingredient in one of the JP+ products…:-)


May 15, 2017

Join us for a Healthy Living Event

Would you like to reduce inflammation?

Reduce your cholesterol?

Improve your GENES?

Would you like more Energy, to feel good, and be pro-active with your health?

Come learn how to take control of your health

“Let Food Be Thy Medicine, and Medicine be thy food”     –Hypocrites


May 24th, 2017 – 6:00-6:30 pm come join us

 Everett Chiropractic Center – 8625 Evergreen Way Suite #210 Everett

Please RSVP to Dr. Dilday 425 348-5207

November 26, 2013

“Code Breaker” Article Adds to our Understanding


I was just reading the current issue of the Smithsonian and came across this article by Micheal Skinner. A local, he seems to have uncovered some critical connections in the search to understand the role genetics plays in health and disease. He is actually responsible for a whole new field, “trans-generational epigenetics”, or the study of inherited changes that can’t be explained by traditional genetics. I’ve talked some here in a prior Post about epigenetics and the whole idea that while the the genes you are born with may be the hand that your are dealt, environmental factors or how you play that hand will often determine whether or not you are sickened by so-called genetic diseases.

Still, it’s strange to think that “what your great-grandmother was exposed to could cause disease in you and your grandchildren.”

I think it’s worth reading the article just to get a sense of how these things are learned and how the process of discovery is influenced, and influences, commerce as well as our understanding of nature.

September 24, 2012

Blame Genes For Back Pain And Pay To Research The “Cure”

BBC article on the latest efforts to remove personal responsibility and fund the mainstream medical model. (See if you can find the one sentence in this article that isn’t about blaming your genes.)

Here is a TIME Magazine article that helps put genes into perspective.

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