Giving thanks and jump start to permanent weight loss

I’ve had to schedule another weight loss class because of over flow.  I have 3 already signed up for the next one and have room for 5 more.  That is all my clinic holds.  Call now if you want to jump start your self to losing weight once and for all and keeping it off.  The average american gains 10 pounds over the holiday season.  You don’t have to struggle any more.  Call Mary 715-294-3100or email me back if you want in.  The class if free. Seats will go fast.

I love Thanksgiving holiday.  It’s a time to stop and reflect on all that is great in your life.   I am grateful  for all of you who take time to read these blog posts.  I hope in some small way these words make a difference in your quality of life.  I am grateful for all my patients who have stayed the course with me over the past 25 years.  I am grateful for my family and friends who are loving and supportive of me and this practice.  I am grateful for good health.  I see what my dad is going through with his health challenges since he fell and broke his hip.  I am grateful for the people that take care of him 24/7.  I’ve said this in many posts over the years that if you haven’t got your health then you don’t have much and this is so true if you can’t do what you want to do in life.  Trust me you don’t want to lose your health.  Investing in your health daily should be a major proiority.  If you don’t it will likely cost you big bucks and your freedom  sometime down the line.  While it is great we have facilities for people who need 24/7 care you want to do everything you an do to keep your independance and prosper with great health.

Our 25th Turkey Bowl is htis thursday morning here at OHS football field.  We have the tradtional draft party Wednesday night at PY’s which is a blast.  I know I’m going to hurt for a few days after the game but it is well worth it.  It’s nice that we have some of the younger kids play which takes the stress off us older guys. Those hamstrings jsut don’t stretch like they used to.  I think we counted over 200 people have participated one time or another these past 25 years of doing the turkey bowl.  We have new jerseys this year  and maybe even a new trophy. It’s always a fun event and always some spectacular plays.  I pray no one gets hurt to bad.  Usually a concussion, a few hamstring pulls, but hope no one gets a bad injury like Tyler Ahlstrand last year on the last play of the game tore his achilles.

Turkey bowl 2009

A big congrats goes out to the Somerset football team ofr winning the division 4 football championship in Madison.  Coach Larson gets everything out of those kids.

Until next time, eat well, move well, and think well.  Dr. E.     p.s.  Get the college kids in for an adjustment if they are home wednesday.   We are out of the clinic thursday and friday and back normal hours next monday.

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