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  • Is This In Your Fridge Yet?
    So is it in your fridge or pantry yet? If not, maybe this blog will help you make the shift to start sipping or kicking a shot back on the Read more
  • 7 Health Strategies for 2018
    Happy New Year!Today, we embark on a new year and a fresh start in our continued journey toward better health and happier lives.7 Healthy Lifestyle Strategies to Implement in 2018Are Read more
  • Connect with us today!
    Stay connected to keep up to date with Mason Chiropractic Health & Wellness!We are thrilled with our new social media pages and the opportunity it affords us to communicate better Read more
    GMO FACTS What are GMOs?GMOs, or "genetically modified organisms," are plants or animals created through the gene splicing techniques of biotechnology (also called genetic engineering, or GE). This experimental technology merges Read more
  • Blood Flow. High & Pressurized?
    ~~  Meet Sam. Sam suffers from constant tooth problems. Cavities, decay, disease -you name it, he's got it. Sam spends a lot of time at the dentist and keeps The Wrigley Read more
  • A Normal Life
    You’re born. You get no drugs and no vaccinations. During childhood you have the usual illnesses, but conservative treatment gets you through them without antibiotics or drugs, and you build Read more
  • Nutritional Help Has Arrived!
    Nutritional Help Has Arrived!If you have been a patient of mine for any length of time, you already know how much I value a healthy diet and lifestyle. You also have Read more
  • The Gluten Myth Explained
    The Gluten Myth...By this point, almost everyone has heard of gluten. This protein, found in wheat, barley, and rye, takes the blame for everything -from stomach troubles, to autism and Read more
  • Thank YOU & What's New...
    Hope that you enjoyed or are enjoying your Spring Break week (if you get one).We are so thankful that the Spring Season is finally here! Spring means change, new growth Read more
  • How to Dine Out
    Restaurants Shouldn't Ruin Your Nutrition Plans...March is National Nutrition Month, so I thought I would touch on the topic of dining out. One of my favorite things is good food at Read more
  • 10 Things Most People Don't Know About Chiropractic...
    10 Things Most People Don't Know About Chiropractic...1. Pain is the last symptom of dysfunction. A patient’s back is often restricted or unstable for months or years before it presents Read more
  • It's Just an Aspirin, Right?
    It's Just an Aspirin, Right?A liver cell is always in the liver. A kidney cell is always in the kidney. A heart cell will always be in the heart. Those Read more
  • Put Out Your Inflammation Fire
    Eating to Naturally De-flame Inflammation...      We've all heard about anti-inflammatory drugs- as well as their sometimes catastrophic side effects. The risks of commonly-used anti-inflammatory and pain medications are considerable. Doctors of chiropractic (DCs) are Read more
  • The Incredible, Edible EGG
    The Incredible, Edible EGGIn light of February being "Heart Health Month", and in adjunct to last week's blog (Healthy Heart Jump Start) that included 10 Proactive Steps to Prevent Heart Read more
  • 10 Steps to Prevent Heart Disease
    Healthy Heart Jump Start...Heart disease is primarily caused by inflammation and oxidative damage. This is now well-accepted amongst medical researchers, though many physicians and medical professionals are still unfortunately focused Read more
  • Chiropractic Survives Attempted Assassination
    Did You Know Chiropractic Survived an Attempted Assassination?You probably already think that I am totally opposed to the entire medical system, including all medications, surgeries and the like. Well, I am Read more

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