Traumas, Toxins, and Thoughts Not many people know the truth about how our bodies actually work. There are four major systems that control almost all of our bodily functions, the most important of which is the nervous system. The nervous system is the master conductor over the human body because many of the functions of… Continue reading The Three T’s of Chiropractic
"The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry" - Robert Burns The initial attempts at planning, especially for new parenthood, are often when a woman finds out that she is pregnant for the first time. So many thoughts will go through her mind stemming from her new found curiosities, anxieties, and experiences; it… Continue reading Birth Story – Xavier
We have all heard the saying, “you are what you eat” but more accurately, you are what you digest. It’s no surprise that we should all eat as many organic, whole foods as possible. Unfortunately, with our modern depleted soil and our ever increasing busy lives, we may be coming up short when it comes… Continue reading Guide to Essential Nutrients and Supplements
In late 2009, while on a hunt to explain my infertility, I received a shocking double diagnosis. I learned that I had 2 auto-immune disorders that were uncontrolled and essentially precluding me from achieving pregnancy: Graves Hyperthyroidism and Type 1.5 Diabetes (LADA – Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adulthood or Slow Onset Type 1). My body… Continue reading My Autoimmune Story
It’s the season for setting new goals and making healthful lifestyle changes. Every new year excites that inner goal-setter inside all of us with a passion for researching and planning how to become a brand new person. If you have just come off of your holiday detox, then you may be trying to decide what… Continue reading Deciphering Diets
My mindset with travel is no excuses; accommodations can always be made.
Ingredients: Bones from one natural rotisserie chicken (preferably pasture raised, with meat and skin removed) 2-3 unpeeled organic carrots, washed and roughly chopped 1-2 medium organic onions, quartered 2-3 organic celery ribs 1-2 cloves of garlic a few whole peppercorns 1-2 tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar ¼ teaspoon Himalayan or Celtic sea salt Directions: Toss everything… Continue reading Easy Crockpot Chicken Bone Broth
Drowsy, itchy, sneezy, cranky, and sometimes a little dopey. No, these are not the seven dwarfs. They are symptoms of allergies.
There has been a lot of hype about this component found in most diets today. Chances are that you or someone you know has tried cutting out the protein found in common grains by going gluten free. Gluten is harmful to the brain and wreaks havoc on gut health. Now, research is finally catching up to what many alternative health professionals already knew.
Hippocrates’ reputation as The Father of Medicine makes him an exceptional figure in history. Now, 2,500 years after his death, western medicine is catching up to the words of this genius.