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Vitamin C — A Key To A Healthy, Long Life
25th June 2014 by Paul 

Vitamin C, aka ascorbic acid/ascorbate, aka those sour little white tablets my grandma used to give me at the first sign of a cold… Maligned, discounted, and overhyped—this critical vitamin has been through a lot. In chiropractic practice, sufficient ascorbate is essential to achieving the results we hope to see. It is integral for collagen […]

Kale and Brussels Sprouts Salad
19th June 2014 by Paul 

Ingredients 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon minced shallot 1 small garlic clove, finely grated 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt plus more for seasoning Freshly ground black pepper 2 large bunches of Tuscan kale (about 1 1/2 lb. total), centre stem discarded, leaves thinly sliced 12 ounces of Brussels sprouts, trimmed, […]

Chiropractic In The Workforce
29th May 2014 by Paul 

Let’s start with the facts. Each year; – 40% of the population are affected by back pain (16 million) – 2.5 million people have back pain every day of the year – 60% of the general population have headaches – 1.2 million people are affected by musculoskeletal pain and 500,000 by work-related stress, and – […]

Breech Pregnancy Demystified
13th May 2014 by Paul 

“Your baby is breech.” This is one of the last things any woman wants to hear. It used to mean a difficult and dangerous birth, bottom first, like pushing your Christmas tree out the door the wrong way. Now it means dangerous surgery, which can have negative outcomes for both mom and baby. Delivery by […]

Chiropractic as a Lifestyle Choice, Not a Pain Relief Model
29th April 2014 by Paul 

“If I had known I would live this long, I would’ve taken better care of myself.” Being old, sick, weak, and broken — this is one of the most surprising things that ever happens to us, yet nearly 80% of it is self-inflicted and preventable. The saddest thing, the insurmountable obstacle in our culture is […]

It’s Time to Rethink “Diet”
15th April 2014 by Paul 1 Comment(s)

At this point, and it feels odd to say it, I’ve been around for a while. In Ecclesiastes, it says “there is nothing new under the sun.” I’ve been paying pretty close attention to diet for 30 years as nutrition was what really revolutionized my life and started me on this whole journey. When I […]

Do subluxations increase your risk of heart disease?
31st March 2014 by Paul 1 Comment(s)

Continuing on what I shared in my last post, subluxations can truly increase your risk of heart disease. According to ongoing research, subluxations disrupt normal nerve flow to vital organs including the heart. Without proper nerve flow, two main things happen: The heart doesn’t function optimally, and The repair, replication, and healing of heart tissue […]

Is our health care system broken?
18th March 2014 by Paul 2 Comment(s)

As many people know, the leading cause of death in Canada is heart disease and stroke, killing 1 in 2 Canadians. And many know that the second leading cause of death in Canada is cancer, killing 1 in 3. But do you know the third leading cause of death in Canada? Many will be surprised […]

4th March 2014 by Paul 3 Comment(s)

Many people have fantasies about taking longer holidays or retiring young, and I think that’s normal in our culture. But every time I experience a bit of that, I realize that it’s not for me. Of course, I look forward to holidays as an opportunity to celebrate and spend time with family, but this also makes […]



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