In the past few weeks I have needed to make trips to Lynnwood to the Enagic headquarters.
Each time, in fact as I thought about it almost every time I have ever gone there, I noticed well dressed asian women coming and going from the place. They are always getting into or out of new looking, high-dollar, vehicles. They are usually with friends. And they are always happy.
I don’t know whether they have husbands who work at high level jobs in Boeing, or blow leaves off of side walks – they may not have husbands at all. It doesn’t matter. It is great to see people who do the math.
Enagic is a Japanese company. It is about water. And it is about health promotion at the deepest levels.”Change your water, change your life,” is their motto.
So it is a perfect fit. I think that is very cool!
P.S. – Our next Kangen Water demonstration is March 25th at 2 p.m. If you would like to learn more about it, give us a call.
A very good friend told me at breakfast this morning that a person can give up being cynical (since it doesn’t help much in a transformational relationship). True enough. Then I got this article (below) in my email (and I was thoughtful of this recent Blog Post by me…). Welcome to the real world.
From the Friday, March 3, 2017 San Fransisco Chronicle…
SACRAMENTO — For years, state health officials kept secret a set of guidelines meant to inform the public about the risks associated with cell phone use and the best practices to avoid potential harm.
On Thursday, the California Department of Public Health released the guidelines, which advise cell phone users to keep the devices away from their bodies, keep calls short and to use the speaker phone on lengthy calls. The guidelines were released only after a Sacramento Superior Court judge indicated she would order them to be disclosed, and after The Chronicle told the state it was publishing a news story about the case.
The health department’s lawyers had argued in court that the guidelines were never formally approved by the agency and that releasing them to the public would cause unnecessary panic.
The two-page suggestions, which have been written and revised over the past seven years, are based on studies “that suggest that long-term cell phone use may increase the risk of brain cancer and other health problems,” according to the document, which includes a stamp saying it is a “draft and not for public release.”
It’s been coming for a while; now it’s all the rage. Everyone will have something to say about. Experts will sprout like mushrooms. And everything that isn’t blamed on President Trump will be blamed on disrupting the biome.
Below is an example. And don’t get me wrong: the importance of the biome (new word maybe but it just refers to friendly bacteria in the body) is not news really, it is just getting to be the popular topic as more and more is learned about the details. But how to have a healthy biome and the kinds of things that mess it up – much of it anyway – has been known and spoken of by health advocates for a very long time.
Anyway, here is some news that you can use: http://neurosciencenews.com/microbiome-gut-parkinsons-6191/
Oh, and I forgot to mention, everyone will have something to sell: here, this Post, is the lead-in kind of talk (“microbiota-directed therapies”): http://neurosciencenews.com/microbiota-gut-brain-6183/
JP+ has offered added probiotics in its Capsule products since the beginning over 20 years ago, by the way.
I don’t have to point out that almost everything on the left is included in JuicePlus+, but… it is (and a lot more!)
Here are a couple of thoughts:
If any of these topics interest you..we have research on all the bio markers of health…
With some things (chiropractic, JuicePlus+, tai chi all come to mind), the more research there is, the more benefits get discovered.
Here exercise and it’s relation to eye sight come into better view: http://neurosciencenews.com/neuroscience-exercise-6111/
As if we need another reason to exercise.
That was the comment a patient made as she left the office today.
I saw her once last year, and had not seen her at all this year. I wouldn’t have seen her today except that her regular exercise class teacher was out a couple weeks ago and the substitute teacher was a young ambitious guy and she ‘just had to try and keep up with him.’
At 79 years old these things are to be expected.
Especially if you have been a chiropractic patient since the age of 17 (1954). That’s when she first came in to this office (well it was Haynes-Thompson Chiropractic then, of course). I have only been taking care of her for 30 years.
She was referred in by her husband.
They charged her $18 for that first visit, which included X-rays of her neck, the history, examination and the first chiropractic adjustment.
(Interestingly, that’s only a few dollars less than what Medicare now pays for a visit. But that’s not why I brought it up.)
I share this so that you can connect the dots, and apply the lesson to your own life. This patient lives on her own, doesn’t need a cane or walker, and can exercise with the best of them. Chiropractic care played a role.
Research overwhelmingly shows that regular exercise lowers the risk for many diseases, enhances the functioning of virtually every physiological system in the human body and improves psychological well-being.
38. Gives you more energy to meet the demands of daily life, and provides you with a reserve to meet the demands of unexpected emergencies.
That is something to meditate long and hard on.
I will Posting a benefit every day from a list put together by Dr. Dave Phillips, M.D. He is an M.D. from Atlanta, GA who specializes in Sports Medicine. As a former All-American swimmer he knows a few things about exercise. He is also on the JuicePlus+ Health Advisory Board. He is also all over YouTube doing videos on JuicePlus+, exercise, and other health-related topics.
This list of benefits of exercise will help you to remember why working out is a priority IF you want to be healthy (if you don’t want to be healthy then you are reading the wrong Blog!)