Chicken and Vegetable Pot Pie

It is finally cold outside and really feeling like fall, AKA, comfort food season! This pot pie, is savory, hearty, and delicious. Perfect for warming you up on a cold day. This recipe is also a better-for-you version of the classic. Chicken pot pie isn’t one of those dishes that is notoriously bad for us, […]

Pumpkin Hummus

This pumpkin hummus is a great spin on the traditional dip and perfect for fall! Traditional hummus has become very popular because it is a hearty snack that isn’t bad for us (and we all know those aren’t easy to find). It pairs well with many foods and is low in saturated fat, sodium, and […]

Happy Birthday, Chiropractic!

Today marks the 122nd anniversary of the first chiropractic adjustment. The practice of chiropractic has come a long way in the past hundred years and is constantly growing. Chiropractic is now used worldwide and is becoming a part of mainstream healthcare here in the U.S. But, today we want to take a look back at […]

Chocolate Avocado Cookies

I think everyone who has tried to diet or eat healthier has experienced at least one downfall. You know, that food you love that isn’t the best for you, but you crave all the time. Especially when you feel like you can’t have it! Well, if a rich, chocolatey cookie is your usual downfall food, […]

Finally, An Answer To Your Dizziness

I recently partnered with an amazing new company, Dizzy Analyst, which uses an online algorithm to help create a presumptive diagnosis and potentially treat certain inner ear dysfunctions, such as dizziness and vertigo. Every single day in the United States, tens of thousands of patients report to the emergency room with their primary complaint being […]

Tips to Reduce Back Pain

Our lifestyles can lead to back pain in many ways. If you have a desk job and sit all day, then that can lead to discomfort. If you have a more active job and stand or move all day, then that can be a strain on the spine and back muscles, too. As humans, we […]

Black Bean and Spinach Enchiladas

We’ve been hearing more and more lately that consuming animal products like meat and dairy isn’t great for our health. While there isn’t conclusive evidence on how much animal protein, if any, we should be eating, we all know plants and vegetables are good and nutritious for us and that we should be eating more. […]

Why Everyone Needs Structural Chiropractic Care

Structural chiropractic care focuses on restoring the natural, proper structure of our spine to decrease nerve interference. What exactly does this mean? It means that when your body gets out of alignment, you start to experience dysfunction, and possibly pain. In our spine, we have natural curves that help keep us more like a spring; […]

Not Just a Luxury: Benefits of Massage Therapy

Massages are often seen as a luxury or a special treat, but there is a lot more to the practice of massage therapy. The Mayo Clinic defines massage therapy as “a type of treatment in which a trained and certified medical professional manipulates the soft tissues of your body — muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments […]

Homemade Honey Nut Granola Bars

Who doesn’t love granola bars? They are perfect to eat on the go and work for breakfast or an afternoon snack. They are usually low-cal which helps us feel good about eating them, but many off the shelf granola bars have a lot of extra ingredients in them that we don’t need. The big one? […]

Avocado Chicken Salad

Chicken salad is a great summer food! It’s cold, but hearty and can be put on a sandwich for a quick meal on the go. This guilt-free variation omits the mayo and adds in nutritious avocado! Fresh celery, onion, and cilantro also bump up the nutritional content. And chicken, of course, gives you plenty of […]

Easy Mexican Quinoa

One thing I hear from people all the time is that eating healthy is too expensive or takes too much time. This mexican quinoa recipe is here to bust those myths! It is incredibly easy to make (you only need ONE pan!), the ingredients are inexpensive, and it is packed with nutrient rich food! Quinoa […]

The Importance of Therapy, with Dr. Lisa Herman

I recently had the extreme pleasure of getting to speak with Dr. Lisa Herman, a licensed clinical psychologist whose company, Synergy eTherapy, helps bring therapy to people via convenient online sessions. We had a great conversation about the importance of therapy, who can benefit from therapy, and how getting help has never been easier due […]