Learn the 'Wall Angel' for Better Posture & Comfort
Check out this video to learn a great exercise. It will help you correct poor posture in your neck and upper back from long hours at the desk!
Are you curious how Essential Oils work? They have been used for thousands of years for their health, cosmetic, and emotionally uplifting properties.
You are invited to a free introduction and demonstration of essential oils on Saturday morning, September 6th, at 10:30 AM at Thrive. Margaret Morris will be teaching the class. You will learn:
- What are essential oils?
- What are their medicinal properties?
- How are they used?
- Is quality important?
Is All Sugar Created Equal?
Chiropractic for Your Young Athletes
School is back in session and fall sports are underway. Remember that chiropractic is great for kids as well as adults. Chiropractic adjustments help your young athletes perform at their best and heal from many common injuries.
Recipe of the Month: Fruit Nut Crumble
This dessert is consistent with Chris Kresser's sugar article (discussed above in this e-mail). Thanks to Mark's Daily Apple for sharing healthy ways to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth. Let us know if you like it!
1 cup pecans or desired nuts
4 apples, pears, peaches, plums, desired fruit
3 tbs butter, divided
cinnamon, ginger, allspice, to taste
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spread nuts on parchment-lined pan and toast 8 - 10 minutes, being careful not to overcook. Allow to cool. Using food processor, grind nuts to size of baby peas, or mince with large knife. Set aside.
Slice and saute fruit in 1 tablespoon butter until softened and/or warmed through. Add desired spices and mix for an additional minute over heat.
Mix toasted nuts with remaining 2 tablespoons melted but slightly cooled butter.
Pour fruit into dish and top with nut crumble and a dollop of freshly whipped cream if desired.