Thursday, December 27, 2012

New Year, new healthy outlook

Happy Holidays!  
We hope your Christmas festivities were enjoyable for you and your family!  

With the New Year just around the corner, we are excited to kick off 2013 
with our popular workshop, Chiropractic 101.

Join Dr. Marc Tuesday, January 8, 2013
at 12:00 noon for Chiropractic 101.
All classes are held at Davis Family Chiropractic
2415 SE 165th Avenue, Suite 103, Vancouver, WA 98683

Dr. Marc will discuss:
  •  The shocking truth to what causes cancer, heart disease and diabetes and what you can do to dramatically reduce your chance of getting cancer, heart disease, or diabetes.
  • The #1 energy stealer effecting your health!
  • What the healthiest people are doing to boost their immune system.
    We look forward to being part of your journey as you live your best, healthy life.
To join Dr. Marc for Chiropractic 101 and free lunch for confirmed attendees,
register via phone (360)823-2225 or print off the sign up form
and fax it to: (360)823-2227.
Other upcoming events:
1/22/13    Secrets to Living Headache Free
Click here for class details and to sign up now.



Friday, December 21, 2012

Write condolences for Newtown

As the Newtown tragedy rests heavy on our hearts this Christmas season, 
the U.S. Postal Service has set up a special address for individuals to send condolences to those affected by the tragedy.

“We understand that there is an outpouring of support for everyone in the Newtown area, and we hope to make it easier for those who wish to send encouragement and messages of compassion to those affected,” said Kimberly J. Peters, Connecticut Valley District Manager for the U.S. Postal Service. “Through letters and cards, families will be able to hold that friendship in their hands and to read those kind words at a time and place that supports their pace of healing.” 

Letters of thoughts and comfort should be addressed to:

Messages of Condolence for Newtown
P.O. Box 3700
Newtown, CT 06470

Our candle remains lit for you.

Davis Family Chiropractic



Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Juicing for better health

 By Cassie McCully

Though the weather resembles nothing near the sweet days of summer, you can enjoy sunshine in a glass any day of the year. 

If you don't already juice, here's a few reasons why you might consider doing so:

1)  Fresh juice provides vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, proteins, immunity building and more
2)  Regular juicers rave about an increase in energy, clearer skin, and a clearer mind
3)  It's an easy way to consume your USDA recommended 2-4 servings of fruit and vegetables each day

Interested in adding juicing to your diet?  Here's a great 30 days of juicing list, and a green detox recipe that will be perfect for after the holidays and to start the New Year off right.

Once warmer days do roll around, I'm definitely going to pay a visit to Portland's very own juice cart, "Sip," who made it onto Food & Wine's list of best juice bars.  They're now closed for the winter, but their steamed "Flu Slayer": apple, lemon, ginger and garlic would have been a great pick for the entire family during these last couple of weeks.

Do you juice?  What has been your experience?



Health Disclaimer

This information on this web site is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting Dr. Marc, your pediatrician or family doctor.

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