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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Teach Yourself to Not Miss Toast

I have given up toast.  Yes, it can be done.  

Check out Dr. Wolfgang Lutz and his personal story at this link:  CLICK HERE

I have been eating low carb for a number of years and always had a desire to have a plate full of runny eggs and plenty of toast to dunk.  

In all honesty there is no such thing as moderation when it comes to grain products.  You just say good-bye.  And you then tell yourself, "I don't miss it."

Because we have an alternative.  Sweet potato fried eggs.  

With the vegetable spiralizer being all the rage, I decided to to use my 50 cent vegetable peeler.  I like to have thin strips of carrots in my salads, but the day I tried it on sweet potatoes, I knew I was on to a more creative way of cooking.
The best way to get more healthy foods into your diet it to be as creative as you can imagine. 







These thin strips of sweet potato soak up the egg yolks just fine and taste great. 



Once you sautee them in butter for a few minuted, you crack your eggs right on top. 


 I tossed in some almonds for a little crunch and breakfast is served. 






Take a look at the photos.  There is just one problem.  It's not as pretty once I flip the eggs, but you "get the picture."








Saturday, May 13, 2017

Chiropractic on 60 Minutes...Listen to The Happy Patients.

Chiropractic was $7-$12 per visit.

Watch the baby getting adjusted.  Listen to what the parents had to say. 

Monday, May 01, 2017

The Back Porch Society

What's Old is New Again
You're invited to host a "Back Porch Society" Seminar -- see below


** Bringing back the old-time tradition of wisdom sharing

** Providing important healthy and sensible living news routinely ignored by the mainstream media

** Small group format encouraging active participation 

        (Your sanctuary and retreat)

Are you ready to host your own Back Porch Seminar?
Call Dr, Lisa to get started on this meaningful activity.

Hi Folks, 
I will be regularly giving my flagship talk:
Are You Living Like You're Alive?  The 4-Key Steps

Future talks will be off shoots of this talk based on your input and participation.  This is your opportunity.  This is your group!

If you host a group, there are some nice perks for you as a thank you.  I will do all the work








Thursday, April 20, 2017

Building Relationships: Sometimes Easy--Sometimes Challenging

As a chiropractor who offers the membership-model for maintenance and wellness, I know a lot of folks who are "in it for the long haul."
 There is nothing in practice that is more rewarding.  It is the only reason to be in practice: to cultivate long term relationships which is an absolutely necessary part of healing.  


Chiropractic is a relationship.  Your brain and spinal cord are in a life sustaining relationship with your organs.  
My ability to communicate this and maintain a supportive relationship with my members provides the ongoing source of fuel to enhance the healing power.

Not everyone takes the journey.  While I have been privileged to be a part of people's last years and even their last days (like, Lefty, who passed in 2013), I wonder about the people who decide to go in a different direction.  It weighs on my mind. What kind of relationship could I have formed with them?  I have only one or two visits to make that impression on people and convey the gift of chiropractic.  Some people are very distracted and the information doesn't sink in.  I know it takes time for people turn around and try something new.  I know it takes multiple warning signs of poor health before someone decides to take action.  


I wish I was a psychological magician..... 

At times names of folks in the obits section and I remember when they came in the office, but they were not fired up about the chiropractic story. I replay the visit in my mind and try to come up with better ways to reach people. I'm still working at it. 


I am grateful for folks, like Lefty.  I wrote about him in 2014 on my Facebook wall: 

April 20, 2014:
Thinking about Lefty who died in his sleep Easter Monday last year at age 96. He started getting weekly adjustments the year I was born and I got to be his last chiropractor. He came for his Wednesday adjustment the week prior and was late for the first time. His daughter said he couldn't get up that morning and was still sleeping when she came to drive him over. His health was failing since Christmas and he was getting transfusions. Finally he said he was fed up with the transfusions, but gosh, he made it for his last adjustment at 3 p.m. five days before he passed. RIP, Lefty.


To all my members who are committed to the profound work of the nervous system, Thank You.

Let's keep building a better world.

Friday, April 07, 2017

I'm Worried About the Direction of Your Life......(not your sore back)


There is a real broken-ness out there that needs our attention.

It's not your sprained back.  It's not your headache.  It's not your sciatica.  It has to be how much you stretch your mind.