Tag Archives: weight loss

Dr. Fabrizio Mancini on The Doctors

Time, Repetition, and Energy

The three most important factors in correcting your vertebral subluxations are time, repetition, and energy.  The following understanding is important for your journey to health through chiropractic. Time Many people expect to regain their health right away.  They are used … Continue reading

Do you know what is B.E.S.T.?

Your emotions and thoughts play major roles in your health.  Think about something that you really hate or someone who really bothers you.  It is actually possible to increase your heart rate, tense up your shoulders, bring on a headache, … Continue reading

Dr. Oz

Seems like Dr. Oz has changed his view on Chiropractic! More and more people are finding the truth about it, Even though he is only talking about a few percentage of what Chiropractic is and what it can do for … Continue reading

Infants, Children, and B.E.S.T.

Removing subluxations (traditional chiropractic) from children to restore natural, normal health is a very rewarding experience for every chiropractor.

Dr. Phil on Chiropractic

President of the Parker College Dr. Fabrizio Mancini who was Dr. Phil’s Chiropractor for many years, made an appearance on his show. See what these two doctors have to say about Chiropractic and its benefits.

Guidelines for Healthy Eating

Here are some helpful tips that will help you choose foods that will bring you and your family vibrant health and better longevity.

How We Feel

We all know what “feelings” are.  Up or down.  Buoyant or blue.  Delighted or depressed.  Many levels of feelings and moods color our outlook and activities.  Feelings and emotions

How We Balance

Your body works toward balance – equilibrium. If your body is cold, it shivers to warm itself up. If it’s hot, it perspires to cool itself off. If it’s too acid, it calls on backup systems to neutralize it. If it’s too alkaline, it incites internal activity that produces acid. Balance is good. Continue reading

How We Judge

Webster’s Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary defines judgment as “the process of forming an opinion or evaluation by discerning and comparing.”  However, health-deterring judgment is more than an evaluation and comparison.  Judgment imposes your personal standards and beliefs on others.