Thank you for joining us this month as we look into keeping your skin happy and healthy. Below are our notes on skin facts, the video to this month’s H2H, and audio recording. Please join us in April for the next H2H which will be on preventing cancer.Read More
We hope your new year is starting out as well as you would like. Here, we are working on giving our digital audience additional videos in the new year. Today, we have FOUR new videos for you including two testimonials - one on energy improvement, and the other on hip pain relief and weight loss. Please share with any of your friends who you know can benefit.Read More
Our Facebook Live video this month was a discussion with Dr. Bob and Dr. Casen on breast thermography. Since we began offering breast thermography nearly four years ago, we have helped many of our practice members to create a strategy for optimal breast health.Read More
Every day, we are witnessing the need from our female practice members to achieve optimal breast health. This is why we had a special talk at our Westlake practice on how to create a strategy, including breast thermography. Below is the video recap of the event - please feel free to share it with anyone who you know can benefit.
Also, breast thermography will be returning in a few weeks (May 4th and May 8th) Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointment, since time slots are limited.
One of the most common body organs will help on a daily basis is the liver, whether it be a fatty liver, or congested from years of eating poorly. In this month's Facebook Live, Dr. Bob shares how to help keep your liver performing optimally, including the best foods you can eat. Enjoy!
Our March "Half-Hour to Health" was on a subject in which we have helped many of our practice members overcome with chiropractic and nutrition: Anxiety & Depression.
Below are our notes and the video with Dr. Bob. Please pass this on to anyone who you know can benefit!
The Drugless Approach to Anxiety and Depression
Why are we as Chiropractors talking about mental health?
Brain & Nervous System – Current research is showing that chiropractic care alone can increase brain function by 20-50%!
How does someone’s mental health impact their body and current state of health?
Humans are the only animals who regularly experience a stress response without an actual stressor present.
- How many adults have depression? Estimated that over 3 million American adults have depression
- How many adults have anxiety? Over 40 million adults over 18 have anxiety.
- Research shows 1 out of 7 U.S. children aged 2 to 8 years had a diagnosed mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder (MBDD), from CDC.
1. Studies have repeatedly shown antidepressants work no better than placebo for mild to moderate depression, yet carry a significant risk of side effects.
2. Depression is likely the result of multiple environmental and biological factors, including faulty mood regulation by the brain, genetic vulnerability, stressful life events, nutrition, medications and medical problems, among others.
- What is it? Fear or nervousness of what might happen. Fear of the unknown?
- Body Signals: signs of apprehension, restlessness, upset stomach, shortness of breath, fatigue, insomnia, increase heart rate, sweating, and many others.
Best ways to combat anxiety and depression (NATURALLY):
B. Omega 3 – (Optimal EFA, Bio-Omega 3, Flax Oil)
D. B Vitamins
F. Clean Eating – vegetables, proteins, good fats
G. Gut Health
Upcoming Westlake Events:
April Half Hour to Health: How to improve your breathing and allergies naturally!
Weds. April 4th at NOON and Thurs. APRIL 5th at 6 PM – No registration required!
Monday April 16th @ 6PM- Create a breast health strategy! Come learn more about a different approach to breast health and the innovative technology of Breast Thermography.
Help us reach our community! Who do you know that would benefit from this information? Do you have a business that would be interested in having us speak? Contact us, email@example.com to schedule us for your next event.
We always love connecting with our global audience on Facebook. Our February focus was on adrenal health, specifically the information from "Dr. Bob's Guide to a Healthy Marriage." In the video recap, Dr. Casen and I share the importance of taking care of your adrenals, stress and the adrenal gland, and a lot more.
We're also excited for our March 2018 H2H, which is going to be March 7 at noon, and March 8 at 6p at our Westlake practice on the topics of anxiety and depression. Our hope with this class is to help anyone who is looking to reverse these conditions with safe and natural alternatives. We hope to see you there!
This month, our H2H was on the steps you can take to prevent cancer. Many of us have had someone who has been, or even ourselves, affected by some cancer, but did you know that there are preventable steps that you can take? Here is our outline from the talk - please listen to the audio recording below, and share with the people in your world who you know can benefit!
How to Prevent Cancer
- A hundred years ago, one in 80 Americans were diagnosed with cancer. Currently, WHO (World Health Organization) estimates 1 in 2 men, and 1 in 3 women will get diagnosed with cancer.
- Journal of Nature January 2016- 90% of all cancer related to environment and lifestyle choices.
- The average cost of any cancer treatment in the traditional model is 50k per episode.
Top Prevention Strategies
Food – Minimize carbs, sugar, and dairy – these sugars can cause the body to be a breeding ground for cancer.
Eat Organic & Non-GMO – Herbicides and pesticides compromise how your body heals.
Stay Thin – Being overweight is a significant risk factor in leading towards developing cancer/estrogen.
Supplement with Vitamin D – Supports apoptosis – the study shows one year of supplementing with vitamin D can reduce all cancer by 77%. It works by also pulling Ca++ from the intestine/glues membranes together
Minimize Toxic Exposure – This can be from an occupation or through chemicals utilized in the home.
Healthy Liver Function – Detox, castor oil pack, Livotrit, milk thistle, minimize alcohol and sugar consumption. You want to have a daily bowel movement—not every other day or so.
Happy Immune System – Having a healthy immune system will help to fight cancer. No sugar.
A. Chiropractic B. Agrisept C. Vitamin D
Good Lymphatic System – Helps the immune system and is like the sanitation workers of the body
A. Rebound on a ball B. Lymph Detox C. IAG D. Lymph massage
Drink water - Hydrated red blood cells have more surface area and carry more oxygen
Optimal Spinal function correlates to Optimal Nervous System function; be the healthiest on earth!
The best way to beat cancer is by being healthy and staying healthy!
A great way to have a cancer check is breast thermography.
Next Breast Thermography Session: May 1st or May 4th - info@druglessdrs to schedule.
Next H2H: March 7th at Noon and March 8th at 6p
Topic: DRUGLESS APPROACH TO ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
We wrapped up January with our Facebook Live on your thyroid, and how an unbalanced thyroid can actually impact your marriage. We also gave an overview about our Breast Thermography procedure which we will be having regularly this year. Lastly, please join us February 7/8 at our Westlake practice for our H2H on Preventing Cancer. Have a great February!
In Dr. Bob's final Facebook Live of the year, he's joined by Dr. Casen as they share their top observations in health they have seen this year at The Drugless Doctors, plus an exciting announcement. We look forward to sharing with you in 2018 plenty of new tips, including those based on Dr. Bob's tenth book, "Dr. Bob's Guide to a Healthy Marriage." Please share this with everyone who you know can benefit. See you in 2018!
In our final #PreventSurgery Facebook live of the year (we have a special one next month), Dr. Bob shared current trends he is observing in men's health in regards to cholesterol, heart health, and weight loss.
Lastly, in 2018 we will be updating druglessdoctor.com and we would love your feedback on anything that you would want us to include. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with "New Website" in the subject line.
Have a Merry Christmas and we'll see you December 20th for our final live event of 2017!
For this month's #PreventSurgery Facebook Live, Dr. Bob shared about one of his great passions: natural women's health. In this recap, he shares about key chapters from his "Guide to Prevent Surgery," including fibroids and ovary removal and ways to keep both in top form. We recommend watching all the way to the end - trust us, you'll be glad you did!
To join Dr. Bob in reading his new YouVersion devotional, which is a starting point for the upcoming "Dr. Bob's Guide To A Healthy Marriage," go here. Enjoy!
It's important to have fun, it makes life more enjoyable, and this past week, we had plenty of fun opportunities to connect with new friends, including at AmTrust Financial and The Cleveland Clinic, and reconnecting with colleagues on behalf of our alma-mater, Life University at the OSCA Convention.
If you would like to have us speak on behalf of your organization, either for a "Lunch & Learn" or exhibit at a health fair, please email email@example.com. We can't wait to help!
Dr. Bob's September #PreventSurgery focus has been on sleep apnea and the steps you can take to help sleep soundly through the night. Below is the video recap, and if you're in the Northeast Ohio region, please join us October 4th at noon and October 5th at 6p at our Westlake location for our "Half-Hour to Health on Women's Health.
During the month of August, Dr. Bob's #PreventSurgery focuses have been on tonsil health, including proper lymph maintenance, alongside how you can prevent spinal surgery. Below is his Facebook live event that you can share with your friends who you know will benefit.
If you are in Florida, Dr. Bob will be returning throughout the fall - so make sure to visit our Florida calendar to schedule your appointments.
Each week, Dr. Bob and Debbie prepare their meals on Sunday. In this video, Dr. Bob shows us one way they do this. Others include baking beets, and salad prep. Do you prepare your meals for the week ahead? Let us know!
This month, Dr. Bob was joined by Dr. Casen for his monthly Facebook Live. In this recap, they discuss C-sections, which Dr. Casen shares her knowledge in regards to pediatric chiropractic. Part two includes a look at how to keep your skin happy and healthy. Join Dr. Casen and Dr. Anthony next Wednesday/Thursday at their Westlake practice for their H2H on sugar!
Summer is a great time to highlight the produce that is fresh from the farm (or supermarket), and Dr. Bob is in his kitchen making a meal with his findings. What are your favorite vegetables to cook during the summer? Let us know!
Do you ever wonder what we (The Drugless Doctors' team) eat for lunch? Last week, Dr. Bob opened up his kitchen to show what makes up his second meal of the day. If you are looking for his beets recipe, you can find it here. We look forward to sharing more of these food-based videos with you, Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your video ideas and what else you would like to see. Thanks for watching!