Newsletter – December 2018

Merry Christmas!

Welcome to the following New Patients! 

Nathan A. Justin G.

Mark M. Jamie P.

Vang T. Jason W.

Dotie G. Gloria N.

Sandy S. Hannah A.

Shelley B. Alissa D.

June G. Alice H.

Rob R. Leo T.

Audrey S. Karlyn M.

Lynn M.

Thank you for your referrals!

Rebeka A. x 2 Lee J.

Hattie M. x 2 Mao Y.

Jenny E. Shawn Z.

Pat H. Carol B.

Jeffrey B. Linda A.

Dr. Kim C. Lisa R.

Mary Ellen H. Meredith T.

Phillip M. Mai T.

Welcome back!

Rita D. Gayl J.

Rachelle N.

Thank you for the gifts, recipes

Celena W.N. Ruth N.

Stan S. Jean B.

Katherine H.

We will be closed Monday and Tuesday, December 24-25th. We will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,Dec. 26-28th at our usual office hours.

Dr. Baker will be out of the office Friday, Dec. 7th and early Monday, Dec. 10th to attend a Chiropractic Pediatric Conference.

Pregnancy and birth

Although midwives and natural healthcare providers have long upheld the practice and recommendation to delay umbilical cord clamping after birth, it is finally coming to the attention of the allopathic community. It has been long known that delaying clamping allows for better oxygenation and iron levels in newborns. A delay of 3 or more minutes allows “placental transfusion” which can boost total blood volume by 1/3 or more. At the end of the article synopsis published in Physician’s Watch November 16 2011, a medical physician made a sarcastic but accurate comment about this being “cutting edge” research – having been taught about this result in 1969!

High Blood Pressure

A very interesting study was published. The headline grabbed our attention because it is a CURE for high blood pressure. Then I read the article…. The “cure” is severing the renal nerve connecting the kidneys to the nervous system, one for each kidney. If your phone has interference do you cut your land line? If the television has interference do you cut your cable or antenna connection??!! Stop one problem and create 100 more?

They even say blood pressure as low as

178 would warrant this type of procedure. My own blood pressure dropped with dropping weight and eating healthier. That should always be the first step if it is needed.

Ketogenic eating:

An update on our new eating plan – I continue to lose weight without any change in exercise schedule. I have noticed one negative side effect which can be remedied: muscle tightness/spasm. On two nights, muscle cramps in my feet or calf woke me. I have also noticed more tightness in my mid back region. This may indicate my carbohydrate intake is too low. I have resumed using electrolytes and/or potassium tablets. Dr. Borski recommends Hammer Nutrition Endurolytes which I used faithfully in the first 3 mos. of ketogenic eating. I tapered off because I thought they were no longer needed. I also use Myocalm since it also contains magnesium for muscle integrity. I am also going to carefully and conservatively increase my carbohydrate intake while trying to maintain my ketogenic lifestyle. I am happy to report I experience no cravings, crashes of fatigue in the afternoon or “stress eating”.

Fight!

Remember to maintain your health this winter with Zinc/Vitamin C lozenges, Vitamin D and multivitamins. Get enough rest, water intake and healthy, live food to keep your immune system strong and vibrant. That is the best defense against colds and flu – not the flu shot. There is no evidence that flu shots are best, in fact quite the opposite is true. Don’t tear down your immune system: build it! Exercise is also found to be helpful in fighting illness.

Mercola.com cdc.gov

Butternut Squash Gratin

  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
  1. (2 -pound) butternut squash
  • 3/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/3 cup grated Pecorino Romano cheese
  • tablespoons fresh thyme leaves
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Butter a 9inch baking dish with 1 tablespoon butter.

Peel and seed squash, then thinly slice using a hand slicer, such as a Benriner or Mandoline slicer. Layer squash in baking dish, sprinkling some of salt and pepper between each layer. When baking dish is half filled, sprinkle 1/2 of cheese and thyme over squash. Continue layering squash with salt and pepper. Pour cream evenly over top layer, then sprinkle with remaining cheese and thyme. Cover baking dish with foil and bake until squash is tender, about 45 minutes. Remove foil from baking dish and preheat broiler. Broil gratin until top is browned about 4 minutes. Serves 6.

Why Chiropractic Care is AUTHENTIC Preventative Health Care – Symptom-Free Does Not Equal

Health

There was a medical doctor, Dr. Windsor, who in the early 1900’s took about 150 cadavers and observed what their organs looked like. He noticed the color of the tissue and cells, if there was visceral fat around it or not and whether the organ had signs of the start of disease. He tried to stay away from organs that were the cause of death for that specific individual i.e., for a person who died from a heart attack, he would avoid looking at the heart for observation.

He then traced the nerves that innervated these organs back to their location in the spine and 95%of the time found that the organs that had preliminary signs of disease also had fixations and adhesions at those segments in the spine. Organs that had no signs of disease had extremely healthy sections of the spine.

Because a person does not have symptoms does not mean that they are healthy. The disease process takes time to develop, sometimes 10-15 years worth of breakdown in order for a symptom to appear.

If the CNS is clear at the spine, subluxation free, then the communication highway between organ/tissue/cell and brain is open and the appropriate changes that may need to take place can be monitored and changed more effectively.

So cancer cells that are forming on our livers right now as we read this post can be recognized by that organ, a message can be sent to the brain triggering an immune response to seek and destroy the useless, damaging cells preventing permanent trauma from occurring.

Seeing a chiropractor regularly will help keep your spinal nerves clear of interference, which will help keep your visceral organs functioning optimally.

Happy New Year!

  1. Adequate exercise
  2. Healthy nutrition
  3. Positive thinking
  4. Cultivate good habits
  5. Groom yourself well
  6. Smile
  7. Adequate exercise
  8. Healthy nutrition
  9. Positive thinking
  10. Cultivate good habits
  11. Groom yourself well
  12. Smile

Why Chiropractic Care is AUTHENTIC Preventative Health Care – Symptom-Free Does Not Equal

Health

There was a medical doctor, Dr. Windsor, who in the early 1900’s took about 150 cadavers and observed what their organs looked like. He noticed the color of the tissue and cells, if there was visceral fat around it or not and whether the organ had signs of the start of disease.

He tried to stay away from organs that were the cause of death for that specific individual i.e., for a person who died from a heart attack, he would avoid looking at the heart for observation.

He then traced the nerves that innervated these organs back to their location in the spine and 95%of the time found that the organs that had preliminary signs of disease also had fixations and adhesions at those segments in the spine. Organs that had no signs of disease had extremely healthy sections of the spine.

Because a person does not have symptoms does not mean that they are healthy. The disease process takes time

to develop, sometimes 10-15 years worth of breakdown in order for a symptom to appear.

If the CNS is clear at the spine, subluxation free, then the communication highway between organ/tissue/cell and brain is open and the appropriate changes that may need to take place can be monitored and changed more effectively.

So cancer cells that are forming on our livers right now as we read this post can be recognized by that organ, a message can be sent to the brain triggering an immune response to seek and destroy the useless, damaging cells preventing permanent trauma from occurring.

Seeing a chiropractor regularly will help keep your spinal nerves clear of interference, which will help keep your visceral organs functioning optimally.

Happy New Year!