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Newsletter 2.0

~~Welcome to the New and improved “Newsletter” for SPRING RIDGE CHIROPRACTIC! Haven’t thought of a flashy name for it yet, So, I thought I would let you guys help me figure it out.  If you have a suggestion let me know.  
 This isn’t going to be the same old boring thing that has been going out for the past year.  It is going to have things that might help you live and feel better!!  So, if you like it, keep following, tweet it, share it, or forward it to your friends and family.   If not.  Your loss! (Kidding)  Hopefully you will find one thing that might help you in the future.  If there is something that you have questions about, or would like to learn more about just hit me up, and I will do my best to point you in the right direction, or answer it with my vast Knowledge in future posts.

LIFE STYLE IMPROVMENTSIn this section you will find anything I think will help improve your mental, physical or emotional health. 
Lately I have been rereading a book that a patient gave me a while back.  It is a great book about movement and mobility.  The title:  Becoming a Supple Leopard by Dr. Kelly Starrett.  (It’s a bit of a text book, so not your cuddle up with a good book type of read)
Since most of us spend entirely too much of our time sitting, I thought I would let Kelly show everyone how to improve their sitting posture.  This dude is awesome when it comes to structure and function.

RECIPE OF THE WEEK:  Think eating healthy is boring?  Think again.  I am going to help you find some awesome and easy things to add into your repertoire.
                                     Chinese Chicken
• 2T of Bragg Liquid Aminos (healthy replacement for soy sauce)
• 1T fresh ginger
• ½ cup Grapeseed oil
• ¼ cup Chopped scallions (fancy word for green onions) - use both the green and white parts
• Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Combine all ingredients but the chicken to create the sauce.  It is best if made well in advance and can sit overnight in the fridge.
Prepare the chicken any way you would like.  I like to bake it, and then cut it into 3-4 large pieces.  Cover chicken with sauce and serve with a side of steamed Bok Choy!!  Enjoy, this is a great meal and very easy to make.

Don’t forget that our food drive for the Open Door Mission runs through November 20th.  Get your food in ASAP.   Also, watch for the upcoming dates for our toy drive in December.

“If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.” - Marcus Aurelius

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