Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

March 20, 2018

“Exercise is King…”

Who said that ‘Exercise is king; diet is queen, put them together and you have a kingdom’? Right, Jack LaLane!



March 17, 2018

StrongFirst: Greasing the Groove

All of this applies to Tai Chi…

March 16, 2018

Women, Dementia, Risk Factors, 90% reduction


March 14, 2018

More From StrongFirst: Joint Stability

This stuff is too good not to share: I subscribe to it!

However, it may easily be well beyond what you are ready for. That is Ok, just read and soak up the bigger picture concepts and thought processes. The StrengthFirst folks are at the leading edge of strength training and fitness. They get their stuff from Paval. He is the genius. Sure, they know what they know before they learn from him, but it is what they learn from him that produces this kind of quality.

March 13, 2018

A Lifetime of Exercising Slows Down Aging!!!


March 12, 2018

Is Your Stress Changing My Brain?

This connection is so intuitive that is should go without saying: but this is what science is for.

March 11, 2018

The Arrogance of Science (Mainstream “Scientific” Medicine Knows Just Enough to be Dangerous)

They haven’t learned…

March 9, 2018

Indoor Air Quality & Pregnancy


March 8, 2018

Heavy, and don’t want to be…

These links may be of help…

Medscape article…

And the Study it refers to: http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/10/2/189


March 7, 2018

Two evidence-based healthy eating patterns: More Research; not News


‘Participants received individual, in-person counseling from nutritionists on how to adhere to each of the two evidence-based healthy eating patterns. The vegetarian diet excluded meat and fish but included dairy and eggs.’ (emphasis mine)

‘This was the first “intervention study that follows the principles of evidence-based medicine, in a general population at low risk of cardiovascular disease, that compared these two beneficial diets,” Sofi told theheart.org | Medscape Cardiology.’

A healthy diet should be “nutrient dense; rich in vegetables and fruits, whole grains, legumes and nuts; low in refined grains and commercially processed foods with added sugars, saturated fats, and sodium; sustainable; culturally relevant; and enjoyable.”

‘Both diets had similar low calories and consisted of 50% to 55% carbohydrates, 25% to 30% fat, and 15% to 20% protein.

The participants ate a similar number of servings of cereals, fruits and vegetables, potatoes, sweets, and olive oil on both diets, but on the vegetarian diet they ate more legumes, nuts, eggs, and dairy products, as well as flaxseed and avocado (to compensate for the lack of essential fatty acids from fish).

Both diets were similarly effective for weight loss. After 3 months, the participants lost a mean of 1.88 kg and 1.77 kg while on the vegetarian and Mediterranean diets, respectively.’

Although these diets should be investigated in larger studies in other populations, this research suggests that “a low-calorie healthy vegetarian or Mediterranean diet pattern may offer a possible solution to the ongoing challenges to prevent and manage obesity and cardiovascular diseases,” Anderson said.

March 6, 2018

For Tai Chi Students: Form + Applications

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