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100 Year Lifestyle Chiropractic Essentials

  • Take A Breath
    on April 14, 2024

        Our breath is an essential part of life that we often take for granted. It is a process that allows us to bring oxygen into our bodies and release carbon dioxide. Proper breathing is essential for survival and plays a vital role in maintaining our health and managing stress. It really is the The post […]

  • The Power That Heals The Body
    on February 11, 2024

        Do you understand the power that heals the body? Almost everyone has an inner knowledge that mental and emotional “stresses” can cause illness in the body. However, the question has always been how and why? To understand the inner workings behind stress-induced symptoms, we need to understand and […]

  • A Prescription Drug Solution
    on January 28, 2024

          The high cost of prescription drug is often in the news and a major issue on many levels. Therefore, individuals, families, communities, and politicians are searching for answers as the cost of drugs and health care skyrocket and people keep getting sicker. Thus, a prescription drugs solution is […]

  • Lowering Cholesterol Confusion
    on January 21, 2024

        There is a lot of cholesterol confusion right now. For years, the media has pointed fingers at high cholesterol for being the main cause of heart disease. This has created an era of low fat, low cholesterol diets. These diets have allowed the processed carbohydrate and sugar industries to boom. […]

  • The Fine Print
    on January 8, 2024

        The trust Americans have in our government’s handling of our health care has long been a topic of conversation. It was before COVID, during, and has been ever since. But are we having the right conversation? Is the issue really about trust? Or is it actually about our, the public’s, lack of […]

  • Most Alzheimer’s Cases are Preventable
    on December 17, 2023

        According to the Alzheimer’s Association, approximately 6.7 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s. That’s 1 in 9 people aged 65 and older. It is estimated that by 2050, the number will grow to 12.7 million. Yet the authors of a new book, The Alzheimer’s Solution:  A […]

  • Exploring the Historical Reflections of Naturopathy
    on November 12, 2023

        Naturopathy, a holistic approach to health, has a rich history that dates back to the early 20th century. In this article, we delve into the historical reflections of naturopathy and what it’s all about. The Congressional Definition of Naturopathy (1931) Naturopathy, as defined by the US Congress in […]

  • Chiropractic Care for Employees
    on November 5, 2023

      Understanding Dis-ease From Another Perspective Disease is not something to be feared, but rather understood as a natural adaptation to negative stress. Many people think that the flu season, for example, is like a game of roulette—that it’s a matter of chance whether or not we “catch the bug.” […]

  • Death by Pharmacy
    on October 8, 2023

        If you’ve been following The 100 Year Lifestyle for any period of time, then you already know that it’s your chiropractor who has the real prescription for health. You also know that we don’t believe that drugs make you healthy.  Plus, there is actually a myriad of ways that drugs can actually […]

  • Tired of Being Tired?
    on September 24, 2023

        Statistics show that 50 to 70 million Americans have ongoing sleep disorders. Of that number, women are 40% more likely to have insomnia than men. Those numbers indicate that sleep problems are of epidemic proportions. Are you or someone you love affected? Are you tired of being tired? If so, it’s […]

  • Superagers on the Move
    on August 20, 2023

        A superager is a person who is at least 80 years old and retains the memory skills and capacity of someone a minimum of 30 years younger. But their memory isn’t the only thing that sets them apart. Superagers are on the move, and they’re fast. History  In 2008, The Mesulam Center for The post […]

  • Cells: Master Architects of Life
    on August 6, 2023

        A 19th century Austrian monk by the name of Gregor Mendel founded the science of genetics. Since that time, DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) has been widely accepted as the “architects of our bodies,” the carrier of genetic information. However, not so according to the new science of the cell conducted […]

  • Your Healthy Gut
    on July 16, 2023

        There is a lot of talk these days about having a healthy gut. And for good reason. The gut or gastrointestinal (GI) tract plays a crucial role in your overall health and well-being. It is responsible for approximately 80% of your immune system. Additionally, it is responsible for 95% of your serotonin, […]

  • Saunas Are a Hot Topic
    on July 11, 2023

      Saunas are a hot topic these days, and for good reason. They have been a part of Finnish culture for over 2,000 years. Finland ranks #1 on the list of healthiest and happiest countries in the world. What do the Finns know that we don’t? And does it have anything – or everything – The post Saunas […]

  • Sunscreen Safety
    on July 4, 2023

        With summer in full swing most of us are headed outdoors to soak up that vitamin D. Between our mothers and our dermatologists, most of us are well aware of the benefits of wearing sunscreen. But are you aware of sunscreen safety issues? Do you really know how to protect yourself and have The post […]

100 Year Healthy Recipes

  • Supersize It
    on May 22, 2024

        Most of  us don’t even know what the phrase “portion size” means anymore. Eating out […]

  • Tropical Grilled Watermelon Salad
    on May 15, 2024

        As temperatures rise and the sun shines brighter, there’s one iconic summer fruit that […]

  • Tofu Banh Mi
    on May 8, 2024

      Whether you’re eating al fresco or al desko, this Tofu Banh Mi is a delicious way to spice up […]

  • Ancient Grains: Teff Veggie Stir Fry
    on May 1, 2024

        The increased popularity of ancient grains has been driven by a growing awareness of their […]

  • Greek Spinach Casserole
    on April 24, 2024

      There were several reasons why Popeye loved spinach so much! It’s rich in iron, vitamins C and […]

  • Heating Up
    on April 17, 2024

        Hot sauce has become a popular condiment around the world, adding heat and excitement to […]

  • Poached Chicken à la You
    on April 10, 2024

        We all get in cooking ruts. Often, it’s not just a new recipe that you need to get out of […]

  • Healthy Citrus & Avocado Salad
    on April 3, 2024

    Creative and flavorful collide in this dish! While it’s not your typical salad, Healthy Citrus […]

  • Vegetable and Chicken Quinoa Bowl
    on March 27, 2024

      Bowls are all the rage. But a tasty bowl requires a unique combination of foods that pair well. […]

  • Slow Cooker Beef & Vegetable Chili
    on March 20, 2024

      Sometimes it’s nice to walk into your house at the end of the day and know that dinner is […]

  • Healthy Chicken & Vegetable Stir-Fry with Brown Rice
    on March 13, 2024

      If you’re tired of the unhealthy ingredients found in most take-out, but crave Asian flavors, […]

  • Beef and Mushroom Skillet
    on March 6, 2024

      Just about everyone enjoys a good steak. But if you’re stuck in a rut with the same old sides, […]

  • Warm Berry Compote with Greek Yogurt
    on February 28, 2024

      It’s dessert. You can have it for breakfast. Enjoy it as a satisfying snack. Whatever time of […]

  • Asian-Inspired Beef Lettuce Wraps
    on February 21, 2024

      Not a salad, not a taco – something better! If  you’ve been loving our recipe for Pepper […]

  • Spiced Lentil & Vegetable Soup
    on February 14, 2024

      Lentils often get a bad rap. Let’s face it, straight lentil soup can be a bit boring. But this […]