6
Dec
2018

The Power of Broccoli Sprouts

Broccoli Sprouts For Health

Sulforaphane is a compound in cruciferous veggies. It has been found to reduce free radicals, improve health, prevent disease and help with brain synapses. Broccoli SPROUTS have the highest potency of this helpful little component – higher than any other vegetable. This powerful molecule also has anti-carcinogen and anti-bacterial benefits. You’ll want to listen in to this episode of my vlog:

Click here to hear more as I discuss the amazing brain power and anti-odixant benefit of broccoli sprouts!

So Easy!

You might be curious to try our sprout-growing experiment. We tested the “sprouts in five days theory”, and it really was as simple as we were told. The sprouts grew fast, taste fresh, and are easy to eat alone, with salad, or on a sandwich. Even our son liked them. We popped the first batch in the freezer to stay fresh so we could eat them up while the second batch grew. Here are the links to the organic seeds and the strainer lid we found on Amazon:

sprouts Sulforaphane

Find the strainer lid on Amazon here

grow your own sprouts

Find the broccoli sprouts seeds on Amazon here 

And be sure to leave us a comment below if you decide try it out! We can’t wait to hear your experience!

Our Goal Is Your Health

Our passion is helping you achieve your best health through chiropractic. We also love to share other lifestyle and nutrition tips that we think are worth knowing! Thanks for reading our blog! Call us for more information at 970-232-9258 or fill out our contact form to schedule or contact us! 

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5
Nov
2018

6 Benefits Of Tumeric

Tumeric (aka Curcumin) is pretty much awesome! Are you familiar with it? Add it to your recipe, grab a high quality curcumin supplement… but whatever you do, get some of this powerful little nutrient in your life! Here Are The 6 Benefits Of Tumeric You’ll Love Reduces Inflammation: Curcumin fights body-wide inflammation. Studies prove that

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24
Sep
2018

Recipe Alert: Delicious Protein Packed Burrito

Nikki is back this week for another guest blog! She is sharing her AMAZING recipe for a dairy-free, gluten-free, meat-free, and totally delicious burrito. Check it out! Broccoli & Cashew Cheese-Quinoa Burrito Here is a recipe from an amazing author and chef, Angela Liddon. She is known for using real whole food ingredients without sacrificing

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4
Jun
2018

Don’t Worry – Eat Happy!

Don’t Worry, Eat Happy Being stressed or angry at mealtimes can diminish the nutritional benefits of the food we eat. There’s good reason to cheer up before we chow down. How Do You Start? My consistent advice is to exercise, pray, meditate, write, listen to music, or even hug the kids and pet the dog

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18
Apr
2018

Time To Detox!

Have you ever done a cleanse? Cleanses are helpful to reduce your body’s overall toxic load. Some people participate in one as often as annually, to help eliminate toxins and stressful chemicals that have built up over time. What Are Some Reasons To Detox or Cleanse?  We love the added benefits of the Standard Process

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18
Feb
2018

Fresh Taste: Avocado Pesto Pasta

Nikki is weighing in this week as a guest blogger for us! She is sharing her mouth-watering recipe for Avocado Pesto Pasta! We love the fresh omega and vitamin-packed ingredients and the gorgeous presentation of the finished product! We know you’ll love it too! Enjoy! Avocado Pesto Pasta This is one of my favorite recipes from one

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3
Jan
2018

Chiropractor’s Spotlight On Nutrition: Omegas

Omega- What To Know: Omega 3 Fatty Acids are essential for brain development and function. We call them “omegas” for short. They are “essential”, not only because they are NEEDED for this important organ, but because we can’t produce them! Therefore, we have to eat them on a regular basis! Not only are they helpful

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3
Dec
2017

Chiropractor’s Spotlight on Nutrition: Calcium

Calcium – What To Know: Calcium is a vital part of many bodily functions! We can’t produce it, so we have to eat it. It helps form and maintain healthy teeth and bones. It stabilizes our blood pressure, heartbeat, and our moods. It’s important for nerve transmission, muscle contractions, AND muscle relaxation. It’s also used

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3
Nov
2017

Chiropractor’s Spotlight On Nutrition: Magnesium

Magnesium: What Is It? Magnesium is a powerful little mineral. And it’s very important to our health and day-today function. Magnesium is required for over 300 bodily functions and biochemical reactions. Check it out… Some Of Magnesium’s Jobs Include:  Maintaining proper nerve function Maintaining proper muscle function Supporting the immune system Keeping the heart beating

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