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Roasted Chicken With Braised Spring Vegetables
We love this juicy chicken combined with fresh spring veggies. The fennel, garlic, and lemon not only add loads of flavor, they also fight inflammation and support healthy digestion. Besides being light and totally satisfying, this recipe also makes plenty of leftovers to enjoy the next day. [...]

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Taste the Rainbow…Every Day!

Your challenge this week is to eat all the colors of the rainbow, each and every day of the week!

With so many amazing fruits and vegetables to choose from, why settle for the same ones all of the time!? 

Out of habit, we frequently make the same choices each week.  

Time to switch it up!  Different color fruits and veggies mean all different kinds of vitamins and minerals! 

With all of the different options to choose from, this should be easy… (plus it’s a lot of fun for kids!)

Here are a few ideas to help you out!

• Orange/Yellow – High in vitamin A and C to improve immunity. Try pumpkin, oranges, pepper, cantaloupe, mango, squash, sweet potato, papaya, pineapple, carrots and lemon.

• Blue/Purple – Containing phytonutrients that help with memory and reduce the risk of disease. Try prunes, eggplant, plums, raisins, grapes, blueberries, and blackberries.

• Green – Contain nutrients that help improve vision and reduce risk of disease. They’re loaded with Vitamin K, Calcium, and lots of other amazing nutrients.  Try spinach, asparagus, bok choy, kale, spinach, kiwi, artichoke, honeydew, celery, arugula, and collard greens.

• Red – Contain lycopene and other heart-healthy compounds and are loaded with antioxidants! Try strawberries, tomato, pepper, apples, raspberries, cherries, watermelon, beets, pomegranate, and red onion.

• White – Contain nutrients to promote heart health and reduce risk of disease. Try cauliflower, banana, potato, parsnips, jicama, garlic, mushrooms, and onion.

Your challenge this week is to eat at least 4-5 different color fruits and veggies EVERY single day this week! 

Have fun and try some new things that you’ve never had before.  Now get to the store and grab your rainbow ;-) 

Are you in for our challenge this week?  Show us your pictures to let us know that you’re in on the challenge!

Taste the Rainbow…Every Day!

Your challenge this week is to eat all the colors of the rainbow, each and every day of the week!

With so many amazing fruits and vegetables to choose from, why settle for the same ones all of the time!?

Out of habit, we frequently make the same choices each week.

Time to switch it up! Different color fruits and veggies mean all different kinds of vitamins and minerals!

With all of the different options to choose from, this should be easy… (plus it’s a lot of fun for kids!)

Here are a few ideas to help you out!

• Orange/Yellow – High in vitamin A and C to improve immunity. Try pumpkin, oranges, pepper, cantaloupe, mango, squash, sweet potato, papaya, pineapple, carrots and lemon.

• Blue/Purple – Containing phytonutrients that help with memory and reduce the risk of disease. Try prunes, eggplant, plums, raisins, grapes, blueberries, and blackberries.

• Green – Contain nutrients that help improve vision and reduce risk of disease. They’re loaded with Vitamin K, Calcium, and lots of other amazing nutrients. Try spinach, asparagus, bok choy, kale, spinach, kiwi, artichoke, honeydew, celery, arugula, and collard greens.

• Red – Contain lycopene and other heart-healthy compounds and are loaded with antioxidants! Try strawberries, tomato, pepper, apples, raspberries, cherries, watermelon, beets, pomegranate, and red onion.

• White – Contain nutrients to promote heart health and reduce risk of disease. Try cauliflower, banana, potato, parsnips, jicama, garlic, mushrooms, and onion.

Your challenge this week is to eat at least 4-5 different color fruits and veggies EVERY single day this week!

Have fun and try some new things that you’ve never had before. Now get to the store and grab your rainbow ;-)

Are you in for our challenge this week? Show us your pictures to let us know that you’re in on the challenge!
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Meditate for at least 10 Minutes Daily

When is the last time you meditated?  

With the busy hustle of day-to-day activities, life can leave us feeling stressed, exhausted, disconnected, and overwhelmed.

Sometimes it seems there’s just not enough time in the day to get everything done, and it can really begin to take a toll on our health and mental state.

So how do you fit in an extra 10 minutes for meditation?  That seems crazy right?!

 It’s NOT!

Finding 10-15 minutes can actually help give you more time by reducing your stress levels and allow you to focus more on the task at hand.  

Meditation has also been shown to improve your immune system, brain health, decrease anxiety, improve self-esteem, improve mental strength, and contribute to longevity. 

Meditation has the potential to change your life!

Meditating can help switch your mind from negativity to positivity, from unhappy to happy, and from unsettled to peaceful.

If you’re not sure how to meditate, there are some wonderful guided meditations that can walk you step-by-step through the entire process.  

If you’ve tried meditation in the past and had trouble calming your mind- that’s totally normal.  

The key, like anything else, is consistency.  It takes practice and commitment to see the benefits.  However it’s amazing what you can accomplish in just 5-10 minutes a day.  

Check out these free apps to help guide you and also remind you to meditate:

• Insight Timer - https://insighttimer.com
• Headspace - www.headspace.com/headspace-meditation-app

Your challenge this week is to meditate for at least 5-10 minutes every single day this week. 

Are you up for the challenge?  Let me know!

Meditate for at least 10 Minutes Daily

When is the last time you meditated?

With the busy hustle of day-to-day activities, life can leave us feeling stressed, exhausted, disconnected, and overwhelmed.

Sometimes it seems there’s just not enough time in the day to get everything done, and it can really begin to take a toll on our health and mental state.

So how do you fit in an extra 10 minutes for meditation? That seems crazy right?!

It’s NOT!

Finding 10-15 minutes can actually help give you more time by reducing your stress levels and allow you to focus more on the task at hand.

Meditation has also been shown to improve your immune system, brain health, decrease anxiety, improve self-esteem, improve mental strength, and contribute to longevity.

Meditation has the potential to change your life!

Meditating can help switch your mind from negativity to positivity, from unhappy to happy, and from unsettled to peaceful.

If you’re not sure how to meditate, there are some wonderful guided meditations that can walk you step-by-step through the entire process.

If you’ve tried meditation in the past and had trouble calming your mind- that’s totally normal.

The key, like anything else, is consistency. It takes practice and commitment to see the benefits. However it’s amazing what you can accomplish in just 5-10 minutes a day.

Check out these free apps to help guide you and also remind you to meditate:

• Insight Timer - insighttimer.com
• Headspace - www.headspace.com/headspace-meditation-app

Your challenge this week is to meditate for at least 5-10 minutes every single day this week.

Are you up for the challenge? Let me know!
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Working on mobility is a HUGE part of what we do. Sometimes clients think they have a structural issue that turns out to be muscular and an easy fix...

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Great turn out this past Saturday to help pick up litter around Downtown Suffolk. Wanted to thank everyone for the support and commend every one on their hard work. Hope to do it again soon

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Great turn out this past Saturday to help pick up litter around Downtown Suffolk. Wanted to thank everyone for the support and commend every one on their hard work. Hope to do it again soon
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