Tackling Life’s problem

I just my friend Vince Palko’s new book in the mail and I’m just paging through it right now.  I ca’nt wait to read it.  While i’ve never met Vinve Personally he’s a pal on internet.  We have so much in common.  we both played D-1 football.  Vince Played at Bowling Green were he is still the record holder for most taclkles for a career and is in their hall of fame.  It’s a great book for getting your headspace right and going after life when you fall down. Go to www.vincepalko.com  and get a great read.

Did a anti-aging seminar last night.  Here are the high lights.

1.  Get your spine checked regularly by me.  A little self promotion but I’ll tell you why.  The reason is you will have a better quality of life!!  I shared a study about how our body oxidizes and cases DNA dysfunction, and those under Chiropractic care had greater levels of anti-oxidants than those who did not. 

2.  Going through life we experiene physical, chamical, and emotional stresses.  These stresses effect the the function of the nervous system and can age us prematurely.  If you eat, move, and think well, and get adjusted your body can adapt etter and you can eal better.

3.  Diet,  drink more water.   Your skin is a window to what the inside looks like.  Make sure you hydrate with lots of water, that will make you more vibrant.  www.deflame.com for a great website on how to anti-infamme yourself.

4.  Exercise, vigorous weight bearing exercises, and high intensity aerobic activities such as sprints are great ways to get a fat loss workout in, in  short period of time.

5.  Attitude is everything.  As Vince says in his book, no pussyfooting around in life.  Take charge of your life and let your passions be your profession.  What are you truly passionate about?  You find this, chase this and you’ll be happier and younger. 

6.  Supplements.  Best supplements are great raw foods.  Then a multivitamin, fish oil, anti -oxidant such as moxxor, and co-Q10, vit D, magnesium, pro0biotic, and a digestive enzyme. 

Ok, take one of the above mentioned strategies and implement it today.   Dr. E  p.s.  We are having a dinner workshop at the pizzeria June 22nd.  Bring a friend, and sign up now.  Room for 25 only so it fills up fast.  call the office 294-3100 or email me steve@dredling.com  ps.ps.  Congrats to th e Osceola youth baseball team forwinning the tourney last weekend.  Osceola track stars going to state, best of luck!!

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