Goal Setting for Beginners

Growing up I was always someone who set high goals and high standards for myself. I love this time of year, because there’s something special and magical about starting fresh. If you’re wanting a fresh start or to crank out some new goals, there is no better time. This year I hit most of theContinue reading “Goal Setting for Beginners”

Your Posture Matters- how many of these incorrect postures do you do everyday?

Posture can be a big factor in alleviating aches and pains like back pain, shoulder pain, and headaches. Check out the graphic below to see where you can improve. For more posture information, check out this posture playlist on YouTube for information on setting up a work station, properly sitting on your couch, and evenContinue reading “Your Posture Matters- how many of these incorrect postures do you do everyday?”

These Supplements Have Been Shown to Help with COVID symptoms

The 4 vitamins:Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Zinc, and Quercetin D3 with K2 is the most bioavailable form of Vitamin d meaning your body will absorb it most easily when these two vitamins are combined – eating healthy fats at the same time you take your vitamin D is also important for nutrient absorption since theseContinue reading “These Supplements Have Been Shown to Help with COVID symptoms”

I’m a Chiropractor- Here are the 5 Most Common Exercises I Recommend

Bird dog:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86iipQCGoDsGlute Bridge:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYUhKeugpmk&t=13sDead bug:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbKsie49PSEBulgarian split squats:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfIh-Uilfq0Lower body stretch:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOw8F0YITUw&t=66s There are studies that show the number one predictor of low back pain is actually insufficient core strength. Because of this, and because we tend to extremely under-utilize our core, I tend to choose things like Bird dog and Dead bug where you can start small andContinue reading “I’m a Chiropractor- Here are the 5 Most Common Exercises I Recommend”

5 Secrets to Staying Healthy in the Holiday Season

(1) Get Adequate SleepWhen our body is well rested, it is able to function at its best. There are a lot of bodily processes that happen while we are sleeping- different hormones are active while you sleep, and your parasympathetic nervous system kicks in. We spend a lot of our time in our sympathetic, orContinue reading “5 Secrets to Staying Healthy in the Holiday Season”

Vegan Gluten Free Baked Pumpkin Spice Donut Holes

This is the best dessert/snack/breakfast I’ve ever made with all natural sweeteners. It’s a healthier twist on one of my favorites. They are warm and have a nice fluffy inside Turn oven to 325 degrees Combine Dry ingredients in a bowl with a whisk: 3 cups oat flour- I grind up gluten free oats 3Continue reading “Vegan Gluten Free Baked Pumpkin Spice Donut Holes”

The Science of Happiness

On my way home from work I was listening to a podcast and I thought the message was important so I wanted to share it with all of you. Today, the message was on happiness.They talked about the science of happiness and how it’sA sense of accomplishing your goals + genuinely feeling as though youContinue reading “The Science of Happiness”

Edible Healthy-ish Cookie Dough: Gluten Free, Diary Free, and Vegan

This recipe is perfect for if you’re craving a sweet treat the use of almond flour, coconut flour, and coconut sugar adds nutrients that you don’t get when making your typical batch of cookie dough. There is also no artificial sweeteners in this recipe. You have the option to add protein if you need moreContinue reading “Edible Healthy-ish Cookie Dough: Gluten Free, Diary Free, and Vegan”

Smoked Turkey Chili Recipe

Chili is one of our family favorites for fall, but since I meal prep, I get bored of things kind of easily if we have them week after week. Because of this, I’m always trying to make things a little differently. You can see my original award winning chili recipe in this post if you’reContinue reading “Smoked Turkey Chili Recipe”

One Pot Zuppa Toscana

My favorite time of year is here! Things are starting to cool down and it’s socially acceptable to eat soup every day. After making chili three times already, and chicken and wild rice once, I decided to mix it up and make a soup I have never homemade before. It was amazing! So I’m sharingContinue reading “One Pot Zuppa Toscana”