This fall I had a powerful personal experience of the healing potential of nutrition.
I was taking a free 6-week nutrition class, along with some other physicians and chiropractors in Santa Cruz, as a project for interns at Bauman College in Santa Cruz. (I’m going to host another free one for those of you that . . . → Read More: The Dramatic Healing Power of Nutrition
I love reading! I am definitely a bibliophile. And here in Santa Cruz, we have great local bookstores that are so much fun to hang out at, especially when they serve food and drinks to have while reading our books.
We can also buy really good books online. In addition to Amazon.com, I recently learned . . . → Read More: A Chiropractor’s Rx for Self-Care
According to the article “Knee Osteoarthritis: Biomechanical Risks” by Deborah Pate, DDC DACBR. 12% of the US population, ages 25-75 years old has symptoms of Osteoarthritis (OA). Do you fall into that category? Pate states that there are three major risk factors associated with the development of OA in the knees:
1. Body-mass index . . . → Read More: How Body-Mass Index Can Affect Osteoarthritis
The local farmers markets are in full swing here in Santa Cruz. Now is great the time to take advantage of enjoying the delicious fresh fruits and veggies that grow in abundance in our area, and one of the best things you can do for your health is fill your plate with color that includes . . . → Read More: Asparagus and Parmesan-Egg Crumb Topping Recipe
There, I said it. I’m a vegetarian that’s a wanna be vegan—I do eat eggs and dairy. I’ve been a vegetarian since college and am vegetarian for both ethical and health reasons. Do I recommend being a vegetarian? It can be good for you, but what’s best for you is doing what works for you—remember . . . → Read More: I’m a Wanna-Be Vegan