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:

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Find the strainer lid on Amazon here

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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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Athletes and Chiropractic

Athletes In Motion

Sports are so much fun – and a GREAT way to get healthy exercise. Athletes require a lot from their bodies: running, jumping, dodging, diving, passing, shooting, catching, swimming, biking, hitting, thinking about their next move and more! Doing this well requires quick, intelligent, and proper input from the brain — which means, in turn, that the nerves that carry these signals  need to be up and running at their best. If the nerve system can function optimally, so too can the body! This means better performance, better recovery time, less injury, and quicker reaction time.

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Chiropractic: Not Just For The Professionals

Professional teams have discovered how vital chiropractic tune-ups are, which is why nearly all of these teams have a chiropractor on staff for their athletes. So it makes sense that even the most amateur athlete should get tuned up with a chiropractic adjustment. The benefits are many, like I mentioned: improved performance, better coordination and balance, faster recovery time, less likelihood for injury, improved training and learning, and quicker reaction time – to name a few! But anyone who engages in an athletic event can enjoy these benefits. This means whether you like to golf or job on the weekend, or you are hoping to be recruited to a Division I school, chiropractic can add potential to your life.

Click here to hear more as I discuss how chiropractic benefits athletes – young and old!


You might be wondering WHY chiropractic can help and provide athletes with so many benefits. It’s simple: The nerves control and coordinate everything going on in the body. Stress impacts these nerve pathways negatively, bogging them down and causing them to function less than ideally. Adjustments remove that stress, allowing those signals to move to and from the brain more efficiently. Put another way: You move more like a freshly tuned engine.

Where Do We Come In?

Our passion is helping you achieve your best performance – and health – through chiropractic. Call us for more information at 970-232-9258 or fill out our contact form to schedule! 

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