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Q&A About Chiropractic

Doctors of Chiropractic detect and correct vertebral subluxations by physically adjusting the spine. Chiropractic adjustments restore the spine and nervous system to an optimal level of function which helps maximize performance, healing and...

What is Chiropractic

Chiropractic Care is a natural, drug-free, surgery-free approach to helping people of all ages achieve their health goals. The chiropractic approach is based on eliminating pain and improving body function by working to remove irritation to...

MAT and Athletic Performance, Injury Recovery

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or an extreme athlete, Muscle Activation Technique (MAT) can be of great benefit. Making sure the body isn't compensating helps you be the best at whatever you are doing. If all your muscles are...

MAT the Prerequisite to Exercise

Exercise is very important for maintaining the health of your body; however, we are never taught to make sure the muscular system is working at 100% to provide you the best possible workout. This not only affects performance but, the strong...

Avocado Bacon Fries

Ingredients: 1 large avocado 20 strips low-sodium, nitrite-free bacon (Applegate - Whole Foods) Directions: Preheat oven to broil. Pre-cook bacon until tender so they can still be wrapped around avocado. Slice each half of avocado into 5 thin strips. Cut the thin...

Announcing the Activator V

Dr. Kelly is now using the Activator V, the latest in Activators!  This instrument is FDA registered and approved.  What's cool about the Activator V?  It is a cordless, electronic activator. More importantly, it delivers a better adjustment to the patient. One of the...

Training through an injury

Ironically, I was going to be writing about how to stay injury free while training for this week's blog post.  Unfortunately, in the fifth mile of yesterday's run up at Deer Creek Canyon, I rolled the daylights out of my ankle.  Now I'm going to share with you the...

Is Supplementing Necessary

A question that I get asked by many patients is if supplementing is necessary. The thought is if you're eating a very clean, unprocessed, organic, locally grown whole food diet, you should be able to get all of your vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients...

Gut Health What is the Microbiome

Have you heard of the Gut Microbiome or Gut Microbiota?  If not, this is the new, more accurate description of what we use to refer to as the Gut Flora.  What is the gut microbiome?  It's the microbe population that lives in our intestines.  Our intestines contain...

Kelly’s Events for 2015

Hi All! As mentioned in my eBook "12 Steps to Making 2015 Your Healthiest Year Yet," I'm going to be sharing with you my journey as I take on 4 , maybe 5 half marathons this summer/fall.  Have I taken on more than I can handle?  I have no idea!  This will be a first...

The Power of the Whole Egg

The times are finally starting to catch up with the research that has been going on for the past number of decades in regards to eating whole eggs. We've been told for a number of years to avoid eating egg yolks as they will increase cholesterol levels and, as a...

Easiest Homemade Foaming Soap Recipe

As mentioned in my eBook, "12 Steps to a Healthier 2015," (get your FREE copy here) using anti-bacterial soaps have been shown to actually increase the number of bacteria and critters living on your skin.[1]  Also, we're only continuing to make the bad guys stronger...

Kelly’s Favorite Benefits of Coconut Oil: Part 1

Have you jumped on the coconut oil bandwagon yet? Are you waiting to see if this is just going to be a fad? My belief, the coconut oil craze is here to stay. Coconut Oil is quite possibly one of nature's best foods. I've summarized my favorite health benefits for you...

Hearty Black Bean Stew

Ingredients 1  28-ounce can diced tomatoes, undrained 1  10-ounce can chopped tomatoes and green chile peppers, undrained 2  cups vegetable juice or tomato juice (I used chicken broth instead) 1  to 2 tablespoons chili powder 1  teaspoon ground cumin 1  teaspoon dried...

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls

For all of you out there who have a sweet tooth, here's a healthier version of an everyday favorite!  Enjoy!! Ingredients 1 cup natural peanut butter (I prefer fresh grind from Whole Foods or Vitamin Cottage) 1/3 cup honey 1 Tbsp refined coconut oil, melted (virgin if...

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