Monday, August 26, 2013

'Help Color a Child's World' and get your first visit FREE!

Since 2010, Davis Family Chiropractic has partnered with elementary schools in the Vancouver area to provide school children with the supplies they need for back to school.  Thanks to our wonderful patients and friends, we've had a tremendous outpouring of support for this great cause.  This year, we're hoping to offer the same and more, to students in the area who are in need. 

In exchange for your support, and to say thank you, Davis Family Chiropractic is offering a free first visit (to include an in-depth check up, computerized scans and onsite x-rays, if necessary) through August 31st.  We are also accepting a bag of socks or underwear as well, in exchange for your first visit. 

You can help promote this cause by bringing in school supplies or by passing along this blog post url or by 'liking' the post on Facebook for others to see and use.

Click coupon to enlarge and print

Thanks for helping us
Color a Child's World!

Davis Family Chiropractic and Massage, PLLC


Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Patient Appreciation Massage Drawing!!

If you've been into our office during the last couple of weeks, you've seen the various drawings and raffles we've been hosting in honor of you, our patients!  We appreciate your business, your friendship, your trust and your referrals!  You help us to be able to continue to serve the people in our area, and we are grateful to be able to do so.

To thank you, we are doing a random drawing for a half hour massage in our office, with one of our new massage therapists (more info. on these great new team members soon).

Here is how to enter the Facebook drawing:
Four ways to get an entry!

1.  To enter you must "Like" us on Facebook (leave a comment saying you've liked us!--1 entry)
2.  Like this post on Facebook (1 entry)
3.  Share this post on your own Facebook page, inviting your friends/family to "like" Davis Family Chiropractic and Massage (l entry)
4.  Call and sign up for an upcoming free Lunch n' Learn (leave a FB comment saying you've done so)

Drawing closes Wednesday, July 31st 11:59pm
Winner announced Thursday, August 1st

Thank you!
We appreciate you!
Davis Family Chiropractic and Massage


Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Chiropractic 101 Lunch 'N' Learn next Tuesday!

Every month, Dr. Marc teaches life changing workshops
on optimal health and healing.

Join him Tuesday, July 23, 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

Come find out the fundamentals of chiropractic, and why it's the fastest growing, drugless, healing approach in America.

Feeling fatigued?  Don't miss this class!

To join Dr. Marc for Chiropractic 101 and free lunch for confirmed attendees,
register via phone with Veronica at (360)823-2225

Reserve your seat(s) today.  They go fast!


Thursday, June 20, 2013

Support the Lions Club Columbia Crest Garage Sale This Weekend!

In 1925 Helen Keller challenged Lions to become "Knights of the blind." Since then Lions everywhere have been committed to blindness prevention, and have been recognized throughout the world for their service to the blind and visually impaired. That includes Vancouver Lions. Although our cause has expanded over the years, it is Helen Keller‘s challenge that continues to guide us.

The Columbia Crest Garage Sale* is happening this weekend,
June 21 and 22nd (Friday and Saturday)
from 9-4pm 
508 NE 139th Ave. Vancouver, WA 98684. 
*This sale is part of a multi neighborhood sale.

All donations and proceeds go toward the Lions Club.  The Lions Club is a non-profit organization that helps those who need assistance receiving eye and hearing care.  Learn more about the Lions Club here.

Dr. Marc, a Lions Club member, appreciates your support with this cause.  Have fun shopping the sale this weekend!

Davis Family Chiropractic, PLLC



Friday, May 24, 2013

Want weekly fresh produce? Join the Bountiful Baskets Co-op!

It's that time again!  Local produce markets and co-ops are filling with fresh fruits and vegetables to feed your family.  Last year, we mentioned four reasons you should shop local produce.  We also shared the 2012 "dirty dozen" list, and what produce is best to buy organic.  They are great posts to check out as you begin shopping seasonally this spring and summer.

We wanted to share with you Bountiful Baskets Co-Op, which is operated throughout the country in various cities, and here, locally, in Vancouver and Camas.  It's a great, grass roots organization to support!  And it is a great support for your healthy lifestyle!

What you get if you join the Bountiful Baskets Co-Op:
  • Every week that you choose to participate, you receive $50 of fresh produce for $15.  Each participant's $15 of contribution money is pooled together to buy high-quality produce in bulk at a wholesale prices.
  • You help support local produce growers and farms.
  • This co-op encourages a healthier lifestyle
  • You get to meet great people!
To participate:
  • Use the website to make your monetary contributions toward the pools to purchase produce.
  • Log into the website between Noon on Monday to 10pm on Tuesday for the following Saturday pickup.
  • Choose organic or conventional (non-organic) produce--$15.00 with first time charge of $3.00 per basket.
  • Choose your site pick up according to state, city and location.  East county location: Liberty Middle School, 1612 NE Garfield Street, Camas.  South parking lot (between Liberty MS and the Joyce Garver Performing Arts Center). Camas contact: Sabrina LeFevre 360-635-1365
  • Pick up is every Saturday morning at 7am
  • Volunteer!  Without volunteers the co-op is not possible.
  • Contribute the amount required for each item desired by the deadline listed.
Join and enjoy!


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Secrets to Living Headache Free

Are you or is someone you know tired of living life sidelined by headaches?
Join Dr. Marc for his upcoming free Lunch 'N' Learn,
Secrets to Living Headache Free
Tuesday, May 7th at 12:00pm
Davis Family Chiropractic, PLLC
2415 SE 165th Avenue, Suite 103, Vancouver, WA 98683

To register you and your guests, please call our office today at 360-823-2225
or email  Lunch is on us and seats go quick!


Friday, April 26, 2013

Enjoy the sun!

The family and I are on our way out for a bike ride.  What are you doing with this amazing sun?

Have an enjoyable weekend,
Dr. Marc


Thursday, April 18, 2013

Register now for our free Chiropractic 101 Lunch 'N' Learn!

Every month, Dr. Marc teaches life changing workshops
on optimal health and healing.

Join him Tuesday, April 23, 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

Come find out the fundamentals of chiropractic and why it's the fastest growing, drugless, healing approach in America.

Feeling fatigued?  Don't miss this class!

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: (360)823-2227.

Reserve your seat(s) today.  They go fast!


Thursday, April 11, 2013

Do you suffer from regular headaches, insomnia, anxiety? It could be a magnesium deficiency

Being a chiropractor, it's no surprise that many of my patients come into the office with complaints of  headaches and pain in general.  After routine check-ups, x-rays and appropriate chiropractic adjustments, I like to ask my patients about sleep, stress and regularly feeling tense, as well.  If they respond that any of these symptoms has taken a hold on their life, I refer to them one of my most favorite products, Natural Calm.

Natural Calm, is a magnesium nitrate supplement that helps combat a long list of symptoms: anxiety, muscle tension or pain, feeling unable to relax, high blood pressure or insomnia could be a sign of magnesium deficiency.  To read more about magnesium deficiencies and the twenty-two conditions that can be triggered by a magnesium deficiency, check out the article, "The Miracle of Magnesium."

Natural Calm is available for purchase in our office, and has a list price cheaper than at the local health food store.  The flavors of Natural Calm we carry are raspberry lemon, lemon, orange, cherry and no flavor.

8 oz. $21.95 + tax (often lasts 2-3 months)
16 oz. $38.95  + tax (often lasts 4-6 months)

Best in health, naturally,
Dr. Marc


Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome--Causes and Cures

Join Dr. Marc for his upcoming FREE Lunch 'N' Learn
where he will be discussing carpal tunnel syndrome and these
workshop highlights:
  • one thing you must know before you ever go under the knife
  • two other conditions that mimic CTS
  • what in your diet can cause hand numbness if you consume too much
Untreated Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Tuesday, April 9th at 12pm
Davis Family Chiropractic, PLLC
2415 SE 165th Avenue, Suite 103, Vancouver, WA 98683

To register you and your guests, please call our office today at 360-823-2225


Monday, March 18, 2013

End Childhood Ear Infections

Chiropractic adjustments effectively realign the bones of the head, neck and back.  Adjusting mild subluxations in the back of the skull or neck can help fluid drain from the middle ear and make a huge difference for a child who suffers from ear infections.
Recently, I wrote the article, "End Childhood Ear Infections," for the March 2013 issue of Lacamas Magazine. If yours or a child you know struggles with ear infections, please pass along this article.  This article could dramatically change a life.

Best in health, naturally,
Dr. Marc



Saturday, March 16, 2013

U.S. health care system: managing disease or managing health?

As a doctor, nothing has brought more concern and frustration than the current state of our health system.  The system is unhinged, broken and quite frankly--ineffective.

Recently, Andrew Weil, MD, author of "You Can't Afford to Get Sick: Your Guide to Optimum Health and Health Care," wrote an article for CNN calling the U.S. health system, one that "manages disease, not health."  This article rings a similar tone to the post that I recently shared concerning the failed flu vaccine, and the industry being corrupted by the prospect of money before health.  

The excellent point that Weil makes in his article, is that educating citizens on how to take a proactive approach to their health is significantly lacking.  Instead of encouraging citizens to embrace a clean diet, an active lifestyle and natural/therapeutic tools to manage stress and ailments, the system implements expensive drugs and surgeries once the conditions manifest themselves. 

According to the article,
"The U.S. "currently ranks lowest on a variety of health measures," concludes a new report from an expert panel commissioned by the National Institutes of Health. Specifically, Americans have more obesity, more sexually transmitted diseases, shorter life expectancies and higher infant mortality than the inhabitants of nearly all of the 16 developed "peer" countries studied."
Yet, the U.S. spends more on health care than any other country, and there are still 30 million people unable to access it.  The numbers do not add up.  There is nothing healthy about this system of health care.

This Saturday, March 16th, CNN will re-air the compelling documentary, "Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare."  Please consider watching this film.  We must understand what is happening within our health care system before we can become advocates for change.  And change, is what we desperately need.

Obamacare as it currently seems to stand is NOT the solution.  We need an effective health care program to promote healthy living, teach proactive measures to sustain health, and a program that will encourage natural remedies first, and not costly and often dangerous measures to mask ailments.  
Your turn: What improvements would you suggest are needed in order to help Americans truly become more healthy and decrease cost? I REALLY want to hear from you!

Best in health, naturally,

Dr. Marc


Friday, March 8, 2013

Daylight Saving Causes Week of Weird

Are you ready to spring forward?!  It seems it was yesterday, that I was Christmas shopping and finding new places for Flash, our Elf on the Shelf, to wreak havoc each morning of December.  Now, my husband and I are discussing vegetable starts, Spring Break and plans for summer projects.  There is light at the end of the dreary tunnel, friends.  Soon, the sun will be here to stay.

Rough week ahead

Daylight saving time happens this Sunday, March, 10th at 2am.  According to The Better Sleep Council, 61% of U.S. adults say that they feel the effects of daylight saving the following Monday after setting their clocks.  Eleven percent of these adults say that it takes more than a week to adjust to the time change, while another 29% say it takes a full week.  

Did you know that 74% of adults who are not getting adequate sleep say it effects their productivity at work?  Thirty-nine percent of U.S. adults say that daylight saving time effects their mood.  Car accidents, falling asleep on the job or in meetings, and admitting to be less than pleasant to be around, are just a small handful of sufferings that have been reported in relation to daylight saving time.

Things could get weird

According to surveyed adults, daylight saving time and lack of sleep has been the root to odd behavior, including:
  • Drove to the wrong location
  • Wore slippers outside
  • Told off-color jokes
  • Put paycheck in the garbage
  • Went to work on day off   
The good news is that this week of weird is worth it.  Daylight saving is all about saving energy consumption.  "It’s a relatively simple idea: If we set our clocks an hour ahead, we can make the most of the longer periods of daylight during summer, gaining an extra hour of sunlight in the evening when we can spend time outside of the house and avoid using home lighting and appliances. If we don’t move the clocks forward, we waste that additional hour of sunlight in the morning, which may occur before many of us have even gotten out of bed" (Earth911).

Be ahead of the change

Begin making the adjustment to the time change, now.  Start going to bed fifteen minutes earlier and waking fifteen minutes earlier.  This will help with the "lost" hour and make adapting to the time change easier.  For you, worried daylight-savers, The Better Sleep Council has a list of tips to help you continue to function at your best.

Tell me, have you made any memorable moments due to lack of sleep?

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Monday, March 4, 2013

Could your back pain be the result of improper arch support? Find out with a free FOOT ARCH ANALYSIS

Your feet are the foundation of your body.  
Do you have proper ARCH support?
Improper arch support can trigger various aches and pains throughout the 
back, hip, knee, neck and foot, and cause headaches.

Dr. Marc looks forward to helping you get aligned from the ground up.
Call his office to schedule your free foot arch analysis.
Appointments are limited.

Davis Family Chiropractic, PLLC


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

CDC Calls the Flu Vaccine a Failure

 In a new study out Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control, the vaccine proved effective just over half of the time. And among seniors who are 65 years old and older, one of the most vulnerable populations, the vaccine only offered nine percent protection ( 

I, for one, do not get the flu shot and likely never will.   Since receiving the flu shot is a personal choice, I urge everyone to become well informed about the flu shot.

As a chiropractor, I have nurses who are patients who are required to get the flu shot.  One nurse reported that they often all get vaccinated the same day—and that soon thereafter they are short staffed because so many of the nurses who had received the shot, have to call in sick. That goes counter to what I believe is health! 

I also see it as a money maker for vaccination companies.  Why else would local grocery stores be displaying large banners stating they offer the flu shot?!  I prefer chiropractic which strengthens the body’s immune response—without injections.

Best in health, naturally,
Dr. Marc Davis

To read more about how chiropractic helps boost the body's immune response, check out our article, "Fight the Flu and Common Cold With Chiropractic." 


Thursday, February 14, 2013

Treat your heart to some romance, today!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Show your heart some love today, and be active!
Here are some active date ideas to do with that someone special or good friends.  According to Dr. Mercola, just fifteen minutes of physical activity a day, can increase your lifespan by three years!  That's not much in exchange for a longer, healthier life!

Planning to keep things low key?  Take care of YOU this Valentine's.  Life is busy, and often we forget about the little things that make a huge difference when it comes to personal health.  This little list will help you keep rejuvenated and well through the winter.  Hang tight!  Spring is just around the corner!

Feeling stressed?  Go ahead and treat yourself!  Dark chocolate with 70% or higher in cocoa content is said to reduce stress hormones and lower risk of heart disease and stroke.   An all around win!


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Habits of Healthy Eaters

Since taking up Crossfit and recently beginning the transition to a Paleo diet, I've had to take a close look at the food in my fridge and cupboards.  Many items had to go, while alternatives to certain foods had to be purchased.  However, and interestingly enough, shopping has become easier and more straight to the point.   

Did you know that the route you take in the grocery store can help you make healthy eating choices and better help you avoid weight gain?  This article explains how shopping the outer perimeter will help you make healthy food purchases, along with giving strategies to help keep you on the healthy track while shopping in a store full of many not-so-healthy foods.  

Have you read about the grocery store's Dirty Dozen?  
Read here about what produce is best to buy organic.

Do you have strategies in place for when you grocery shop?
I'd love to know!


Saturday, February 9, 2013

Where did all the fun people go?

Is this not perfect?

This weekend, I'm going to make a conscious effort to put down the smartphone and be fun.

More fun.

There is quality time to spend with the family, finger paint to make with the kiddos, and of course, at least one or two naps to take, and none of these require a smartphone.  And I have a feeling that the weekend without a smartphone attached to my hip will be that much more enjoyed.

Do you have smartphone/internet-free days of the week or month?

Have an adventurous weekend!


Monday, January 28, 2013

No title needed--just awesome.

Best in health, naturally,
Dr. Marc

image via Instagram


Friday, January 18, 2013

Do you suffer from regular headaches?

Join Dr. Marc for his upcoming free Lunch 'N' Learn,
Secrets to Living Headache Free
Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 12pm
Davis Family Chiropractic, PLLC
2415 SE 165th Avenue, Suite 103, Vancouver, WA 98683

To register you and your guests, please call our office today at 360-823-2225


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Prevent Knee Injuries With Chiropractic

Many researchers believe the knee is the most complex joint in the human body.  It is also the most imperfect and easily injured.  The good news is that chiropractic adjustments can help solve these injuries.

The 3 Most Common Knee Injuries

ACL, MCL and Meniscus

According to researchers, the three most common knee injuries occur at the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). the medial collateral ligament (MCL) and meniscus.  "The ACL is located inside the knee joint and stabalizes the joint by preventing the shin-bone (tibia) from sliding forward beneath the thighbone (femur).  A hard twist or excessive pressure on the ACL can tear it, so that the knee gives out and can no longer support the body."

The MCL, located inside the knee, is another crucial knee stabilizer.  MCL injuries often occur along side injuries to the ACL.

The meniscus, "is a wedge-like rubbery cushion where the major bones of your leg connect," and "helps the knee joint to carry weight, glide and turn in many directions.  It also keeps your femur (thighbone) and tibia (shinbone) from grinding against each other" (Sports Med 2006; 36:635-41).

ACL, MCL and meniscus injuries are common among athletes as they engage in a lot of twisting, pivoting and cutting motions that stress the knee joints.  Older people may suffer from similar injuries due to degenerative wear and tear over the years.

Other Knee Injury Sources

Misaligned bones (vertebrae) is another source that can effect the knee joints.  When Sacroiliac (SI) and lumbar (low-back) subluxations occur, they may affect the hip and, in turn, leg alignment and leg length.  Leg length differences can cause disproportionate strain on the entire lower body, including the knees. 

Clinical evaluations have shown that anterior knee pain (AKP)--at the front of the knee, is typically associated with SI joint dysfunction.  This dysfunction can lead to muscle inhibition and ultimately knee pain.  Chiropractic adjustments correct SI dysfunction through low back and pelvis adjustments.

Osteoarthritis (OA) is another common source of knee pain.  Osteoarthritis occurs when the protective cartilage in knee joints erodes, causing restrictive movement and the bones to rub against each other.

Knock knees and bow legs in children are also a precursor for knee issues in an individual.  However, most children outgrow these conditions.  Understanding the importance of good posture and a healthy diet and weight will help with such issues.

Osgood-Schlatter Disease "is a generally benign, self-limited knee condition most commonly found in rapidly growing athletically active adolescents." (Am Fam Physician 1990;41:173-6.)  Symptoms of Osgood-Schlatter Disease may be tenderness, pain and swelling in the knee.  Such symptoms can be brought on by sporting events that involve jumping, such as volleyball, basketball or running, or by the knee having direct contact with the ground.  Most times, patients find that non-operative treatments such as rest, icing, activity modifications and physical therapy can help correct this painful knee condition.

Other Natural Solutions to Prevent Knee Injuries
  • Chiropractic adjustments are an excellent way to avoid vertebral subluxation, associated pains such as knee pain and many other ailments
  • Add antioxidants to your diet to destroy disease-causing free radical chemicals
  • Use supplements such as Glucosamine and chondroitin for pain relief and prevention
  • Exercise your body to maintain healthy bones and knees 
If you have any questions about knee pain, please schedule a time to meet with me in the office, so we can address your condition.  Remember, pain is not a lifestyle!

Best in health, naturally,
Dr. Marc


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.


Saturday, January 12, 2013

Natural Solutions for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Do the winter months get you down?  If so, there may be a good reason for your change in mood.  Many individuals are faced with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) during the fall and winter months, while the days are shorter and turn dark earlier.

Dr. Davis wants patients to know that SAD is a common condition that can often be managed by a combination of natural therapies and lifestyle modifications.  Read Dr. Davis' suggestions on how to maintain emotional well-being all winter long.

Symptoms of SAD

Like other forms of depression, SAD leads to trouble sleeping, anxiety, social withdrawal, feelings of helplessness, lack of energy, appetite changes, and difficulty concentrating.

Finding Balance in Mind, Body and Spirit

One of the guiding principals of chiropractic is that the mind, body and spirit are connected and influence each other.  Although Dr. Davis doesn't treat psychological problems, patients who receive chiropractor care often report that chiropractic care helps alleviate not only physical ailments but mental and emotional problems as well.

5 Natural Solutions for SAD

Light Therapy:  Because SAD is triggered by shorter hours of daylight during the fall and winter, many individuals find relief from light therapy.  Light therapy is easy to use, lacks side affects and has proven to be efficient for many people who deal with SAD.

Regular Exercise:  Regular exercise is an excellent way to ward off stress and anxiety, as well as to maintain optimal physical health.  In fact, research indicates that seasonal depression responds to exercise as well as it does light therapy.

Increase Vitamin D:  Research has shown that vitamin D, a nutrient necessary for absorption of calcium and phosphorous, may counteract SAD.  The body synthesizes vitamin D through sunlight exposure, though during the winter months, the lack of sunlight can cause a vitamin D deficiency.  The best natural sources for vitamin D is through foods such as: fatty fish such as herring, salmon, catfish, sardines, tuna and eel.  Cod liver oil is a great, potent source, while smaller amounts of vitamin D are found in eggs and liver.  Supplements are available in your health food store as well.

Melatonin:  Melatonin is a hormone produces in the brain in response to the light and darkness cycles of the day and night.  It also helps regulate sleep cycles, which are often negatively affected for those dealing with SAD.  Melatonin supplements may be an effective treatment for SAD, especially when used with light therapy.  Check with your doctor to see if this is a good option for you.

Spice Things Up With Turmeric: Turmeric, a spice used in many curry dishes, has been widely used in both traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine to treat a vast array of conditions.  Turmeric is derived from curcumin which is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.  Research has shown that curcumin may be used as a natural anti-depressant when used in conjunction with piperine, a component of black pepper.  Turmeric and curcumin are also available in supplement form.

Listen to your mind and body this winter to see if any of these solutions may be beneficial to you.  The winter months don't have to be long and dark.

Best in health, naturally,

Dr. Marc

A helpful link to see if you're affected by SAD:
Image: 7 Signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder


Friday, January 4, 2013

3 Tips to stay true to your resolutions in 2013

By Cassie McCully

There are various approaches that people take when it comes to resolutions and New Year.   Some make a resolution, while some don't.  Some make three.  Some resolutions are about quitting bad habits, others are to implement better ones. Some people choose a single word like "Simplify," or "fearlessness" to focus on for the next twelve months.  Some people create a list of all the things that they hope to accomplish throughout the year.

Regardless of how you approach the New Year, there is one trait that is the driving force for success.


Simple, right?

Not always.  Here's three steps to stay determined and focused to accomplish what is that you have in mind for 2013.

1.  Be passionate.  Let's be honest.  You have to be convicted and passionate about the things you are resolving to do.  If you know you shouldn't be five or ten minutes late to everything you attend, but don't really care about your perpetually lateness, scratch it off the list.  There must be a driving force behind your resolution.  If you recognize that your perpetual lateness is tacky, and you're tired of it, that may be enough.  But a reason such as, "I don't want to be late because it is inconsiderate to those who are waiting for me," gives more meaning for the change, making it easier to change the bad habit.

2.  Be specific.  Write down your resolutions or your list to accomplish, and be specific.  Vagueness--"I want to be more generous," isn't specific enough.  Instead, think of ten ways you can be generous and do them (i.e. help a friend clean their house, take your girlfriend dinner for a week after she has her baby, pay a bill that you know a family member or a friend is struggling to make).  Being specific will help you accomplish your goals, and crossing off the specifics will be a motivator in itself.

3.  Prioritize.  What must be accomplished to see your goal through?  Are you wanting to save money on groceries and be a consistent meal planner this year?  Research the strategies that will make it easier for you to reach your goal, then list them.  Print off helpful worksheets, schedule an afternoon to meal plan, make time to look for deals and coupons, and schedule a grocery shopping day.  Prioritizing will help you meet your goal, and minimize stress in the meantime.

So, have you began to take the steps to accomplish your resolutions or goals this year?  You've got this!  Keep determined and 2013 will be a great and empowering year!


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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