Seed Cycling is the rotation of different edible seeds into the diet at different times in the menstrual cycle. Different seeds will help promote estrogen production during the first half of the cycle, while others promote progesterone production during the second half. In turn these seeds will … [Read more...] about Seed Cycling
Well folks, we are approaching the 1 year “corona-versary” and for many of you that means you’ve been working from home and really starting to feel the effects of it. Stress, anxiety, and overall tension has skyrocketed, overwhelm is setting in, and you’re ready to get back to some normalcy (we feel … [Read more...] about Working From Home Got You Stressed?
Gratitude Journal to Self Love Gratitude can be the most powerful mental force we have by helping to improve overall wellbeing and self love. When you have a positive outlook on life it creates more positivity in all aspects. One of the hardest things to be grateful for is… your body. However, … [Read more...] about Tips to Love Yourself
So many people nowadays spend hundreds to thousands of dollars per year on self-care without realizing that they are not getting the full benefits from their session. A huge thing that we don't think about is that our nervous system not functioning properly can alter how our body responds to … [Read more...] about Chiropractic the Ultimate Self Care
We are so excited to kick off the holiday season with our 12 days of Christmas Specials! This is the perfect time to snag all your stocking stuffers for your favorite family and friends at a discount. Tues, Dec 1: Adult, Junior, and Pediatric Pillows - 25% off D-Core pillows are designed … [Read more...] about 12 Days of Christmas Specials
In today's current world there is a trend being seen with one in four kids growing up with neurodevelopmental disorders. These disorders are hard to diagnose due to the varying degree and severity of symptoms. Leading to many kids getting misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all. Neurodevelopmental … [Read more...] about Diving into Neurodevelopmental Disorders