November 2016 Newsletter

In this month’s newsletter:

  • Standard Process 21-Day Purification Program
  • Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday
  • Vaxxed Documentary
  • Salt Matters
  • Posture
  • Upcoming Essential Oil Classes
  • Recipe: Braised Fall Greens with Apples

Standard Process 21-day Purification Program

Are you looking for a great way to ‘reset’ your health? Maybe you would like to:

  • improve your health, energy, sleep and nutrition
  • lose weight
  • drop dependence on sugar or caffeine
  • improve blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure
  • join a group of people also making a 21-day commitment to better health habits.

Join us for the Standard Process 21-day Purification Program in January!

The purification program is designed to give your digestive system the nutrients and rest that it needs to heal and improve function. You will eat healthy meals throughout program (it’s not a fast) and also take several Standard Process supplements to help your digestive system.View my video for more details.

I will be participating again this year as I like to give my body a healthy reset to start the year. Last year around 35 people participated in the January program last year with great results.  Click here to read some of the experiences people shared with me.

We will have a kickoff class at Thrive on Thursday, January 5th at 7:00 PM. At this class we will go over the details to insure your success.

We are taking orders now for the purification kits. The total cost for the program is $209 + tax. We will need your order by Dec. 19th in order to have the kit ready for you on January 5th. Email or call us to sign up and get started or to ask any questions.

You are also welcome to attend the class to learn more and we can order kits to ship to the office or directly to your house within a couple days should you decide to join us. If you are unable to attend the class, you may still participate. We have tips and advice we can email you so you can start on your own.

Office Closed for Thanksgiving

The chiropractic office will be closed November 24th and 25th for the Thanksgiving holiday. 

Please contact Kelly Nickel, Chrisanthi Fekkos, and Allyson Trebbi directly for scheduling or availability that week.

Vaxxed: The Movie

Dina and I watched the movie, Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, a couple of weeks ago. You can watch the trailer here.

The movie details scientists at the CDC manipulating data concerning the safety, or lack of safety, of the MMR vaccine.

Whether you are pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine (or somewhere in the middle), this movie brings to light the difficulty all of us have in making decisions when we cannot trust the people who are entrusted with testing the safety of our vaccines and medications.

I am a strong proponent of personal choice for all our health care decisions. When there is a personal risk to a procedure or action, there must be a personal choice.

Salt Matters

Salt may be found in nature but your average table salt is anything but natural. Table salt is processed, bleached and added chemicals to keep it from caking. This removes many of the minerals originally found in salt and makes it harder to metabolize.

This doesn’t mean you need to have bland, salt-free, meals. Instead, Dr. Jockers recommends using pink salt.  Often called Himalayan Salt, pink salt can also come from a variety of other regions. Pink salt does not raise your blood pressure and has trace essential minerals that help regulate fluid balance in cells. 

Is Posture a Choice?

Everyone thinks that the perfect posture means your back is flat and you stand up straight.  However Movement Specialist Chandler Stevens says you can’t just choose to have perfect posture. Instead, Stevens says you need to think differently about your posture.

Posture is based on a complex relationship between your bones, gravity and your nervous system controlling your muscles, ligaments and tendons. Because of this, your body works on “Posture Autopilot”. To change your posture you must become aware of what forces you put on your body and what how you respond when your body is in a familiar position. Stevens shares a video where he discusses these issues and provides suggestions for thought exercises to help you rethink posture.

Upcoming Essential Oil Classes

November 9th: 7:00 PM – Holiday Make & Take

Create healthy homemade gifts for your loved ones this holiday season! We will be creating all natural Hand Cream, Epson Salts, AromaTherapy Pendants and Essential Oil Infused Goodies. Class is free to attend. If you wish to take home items, there will be a small fee of no more than $5 per item. DoTerra.

RSVP to Kristin Worley at 513-739-5977 or [email protected].

November 15th: 6:30 – 8:00 PM – Supporting the Immune System With Oils

Cold and flu season is upon us. If you ever considered using essential oils in your health care regimen, this is a class you won’t want to miss. We will explore which oils are best for supporting the immune system to prevent illness and what to do if you should become ill.  Essential oil basics will also be addressed, such as different ways to use essential oils and how to use them safely.  In addition, I will give a description and history of Young Living’s Raindrop Technique. In January I will be teaching and demonstrating this health promoting technique.  Young Living.

RSVP to Margaret Morris at 513-720-0682 or email: [email protected].

December 3rd: 11:00 AM – Holiday Party

Spice up your holiday season this year with doTerra essential oils! We will share what oils to use to stay healthy through this busy time of year, how to infuse oils into your favorite holiday recipes and create holiday room sprays and blends sure to evoke the magic of the season. We will be serving Peppermint Hot Cocoa and Warm Cinnamon Apples while sampling all that doTerra has to offer. DoTerra.

RSVP to Kristin Worley at 513-739-5977 or [email protected].

Recipe of the Month: Braised Fall Greens with Apples

These Braised Fall Greens with Apples, shared on Magnolia Days, is a great side to go with your Thanksgiving meal.  Though the recipe calls for honey, you can easily leave it out and the dish is still delicious.