Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

August 16, 2019

Quit Smoking!

I know that these is a very nice graphic with this info on it but, for now, here is an article that details what and how fast your body responds to stopping smoking.

It is amazing!


August 12, 2019

Vaccines – 1,200 Studies

For those who have to make the decision…

August 11, 2019

Pregnancy, Research & JuicePlus+



Three (this might be the best one) Call (425) 348-5207 with questions or to place your Order!

Here is a review of the actual research…




August 10, 2019

Smokers outnumbered two to one!


August 7, 2019

New Research: Chew Your Food!

As a child we were told, ‘Don’t wolf down your food!’ Aside from the fact that is was stated in the negative instead of the positive, it was good advice. I have Posted earlier about it, and about Fletcherizing each bite.

Here is some more research on the how and why it matters: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19875483?fbclid=IwAR1zKnGXzgd9h6hxgFDGWTbw2Lt5unPLr38-4ACZb5cPglsglKg7abV2_QA



July 30, 2019

Newest JuicePlus+ Research

I was looking for something else, and came across this (on my own JP+ website:-).

You might enjoy it. It is easy for us to forget how profound our health decisions were, when they were made long ago – I am 15 or so years into taking JP+. The argument FOR being on JP+ just keeps getting more and more compelling.

The research.

Contact me if you would like to know more: (425) 348-5207.

July 29, 2019

Church Car Show (2019)

Saturday’s Passeggiata

In April I wrote about getting healthy the Italian way with a walk after a meal. This is our walk in the Park after supper on Saturday with brother-in-law Philip Parry from Pheonix.

July 28, 2019

Coffee, Longevity, and the Blue Zones

Science Confirms: Coffee Can Add Years to Your Life

July 22, 2019

“Follow me.”

Where will the media take us next?

Since the first story was carved on a rock, media pundits have explained that they have simply given people what they want, reporting the best they can on what’s happening.

Cause (the culture, human activity, people’s desires) leads to effect (front page news).

In fact, it’s becoming ever more clear that the attention-seeking, profit-driven media industrial complex drives our culture even more than it reports on it.

Thoughtful people regularly bemoan our loss of civility, the rise of trolling and bullying and most of all, divisive behavior designed to rip people apart instead of moving us productively forward.

And at the very same time, reality TV gets ever better ratings. So much so that the news has become the longest-running, cheapest to produce and most corrosive TV show in history. Increase that exponentially by adding in the peer-to-peer reality show that is social media, and you can see what’s happening.

Imagine two classrooms, each filled with second graders.

In the first classroom, the teacher shines a spotlight on the bullies, the troublemakers and the fighters, going so far as to arrange all the chairs so that the students are watching them and cheering them on all day.

In the second classroom, the teacher establishes standards, acts as a damper on selfish outliers and celebrates the generous and productive kids in the classroom…

How will the classrooms diverge? Which one would you rather have your child enrolled in?

We’re not in elementary school anymore, and the media isn’t our teacher or our nanny. But the attention we pay to the electronic channels we click on consumes more of our day than we ever spent with Miss Binder in second grade. And that attention is corrosive. To us and to those around us.

The producers of reality TV know this. And they seek out more of it. When they can’t find it easily, they search harder. Because that’s their job.

It’s their job to amp up the reality show that is our culture.

But it’s not our job to buy into it. More than anything, profit-driven media needs our active participation in order to pay their bills.

It’s an asymmetrical game, with tons of behavioral research working against each of us–the uncoordinated but disaffected masses. Perhaps we can find the resolve to seek out the others, to connect and to organize in a direction that actually works.

The first step is to stop taking the bait. The second step is to say, “follow me.”

July 18, 2019


A great interview with the author of Oxygen Advantage, Patrick McKeown. (From TrainHeroic)

Earlier Posts on mouth breathing issues and nasal breathing benefits (including the one I titled, “Priority #1 Video (Breathing)” which is amazing).

It couldn’t get much more important than this.

July 17, 2019


A movie everyone should see.

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