White Chiropractic March 2019


White Chiropractic LLC Diagnosis • Treatment • Results

MARCH 2019

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A HEALTH AND FITNESS PLAN FOR AN AWESOME SPRING As the weather gets warmer and spring begins, most of us are ramping up our fitness levels. My family is no exception. My daughter and I went skiing recently, and she had her first skiing lesson. As those of you who saw her on Instagram know, she had a blast. I’m trying to increase my activity as it warms up outside as well. Of course, with the beauty of the outdoors comes all the potential allergens. As more plants begin to bloom next month, it’s a good time to start boosting your autoimmune system. Instead of waiting for allergy season to hit, start now. One food you can easily incorporate into your diet is unfiltered, unprocessed local honey. Because causing your allergies, a teaspoon of honey each day leading into allergy season can help fend off allergies. (Note: Honey should not be fed to children under the age of 1 because of the risk of toxin poisoning.) local honey contains the same allergens as the plants that are Nutrition is a big part of keeping your body healthy. Cutting down on heavy carbs and increasing lean proteins and healthy fats in your diet — like avocados and coconut oil — allows your body to burn off some of that hibernation storage we all tend to accumulate in winter. There’s no

one diet that works for everyone, but sticking to natural, unprocessed foods in general is a great place to start. With fruits and veggies in season this time of year, nutritious, tasty foods are easily available. Take advantage, and visit your local farmers market or neighborhood veggie stand. You might even consider signing up for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share and get fresh fruits and veggies throughout the summer. One drawback of people getting outside more in spring is that, unfortunately, it tends to be a busier season when it comes to injuries. As you’re ramping up your activity levels — whether it’s hitting the trails for a run or getting back on your mountain bike — make sure you ease into it. Don’t expect to jump back in and pick up right where you left off in the fall. Give your body time to get back in shape. I’m a big proponent of taking it slow. When you’re cycling or running, start with a smaller mileage than you left off with last fall. If you feel sore, take a rest day, make time to stretch, and get adjusted. Speaking of getting adjusted, I know all my weekend warriors out there look forward to their super fun, active weekends. That’s why I’m so excited to announce that starting

–Dr. White April 1, we’ll be opening up office hours on Monday! I’ll be available on Mondays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., so if something didn’t feel quite right, you don’t have to wait until Tuesday to see me. I know it’s not comfortable or convenient to have to wait, so we are opening up to see patients earlier. Come see me on Mondays, starting April 1. (And no, this is not an April Fools’ joke!) In addition to treating injuries and discomfort with chiropractic care, I’m also here to answer your questions related to health and fitness and coach you to make a plan that works best for you. Don’t hesitate to reach out. Let’s make this a great spring! Now, go enjoy your favorite activities, and take care of yourself. WHITE CHIROPRACTIC IS ADDING MONDAYS! ADDITIONAL HOURS START MONDAY, APRIL 1: MONDAY: 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M. TUESDAY: 8 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY: 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. THURSDAY: 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. FRIDAY: 6:30 A.M. TO 12 P.M.

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