Tomorrow evening at midnight we ring in the New Year and with it, like it or not, we take stock and consider our resolve for the next twelve months. Many of those thoughts will turn to health and wellness, the state of our personal vitality and goals to set, whether intentionally written or encased in mental resolve.
To many of us the wisdom of regular chiropractic care, eating local natural food is a “no-brainer”. We know that what we consume and how we move is soon expressed as our physical being, good or not so good. Yet we continue to see diabetes, obesity, heart disease, immune deficits and other expressions of dis-ease continue to rise. In society and also within our circle of family, friends and patients.
Daily exercise, fresh air, whole fresh food, mindful supplements and spiritual intention all contribute to this goal of optimal wellness. A daily challenge is to make sense of, and navigate, the increasingly present barrage of fads, commercial offerings and “get fit quick” schemes that inundates our attention.
I believe there is tremendous value in simplicity. Not that I practice it that well, however my intention is in that direction. Simple food. Simple regular movement and exercise. And simple concepts of nutrition, i.e. eat what will spoil, and is available with the smallest carbon footprint possible. My recent reading of Paul Robert’s book The End of Food pointedly brought to my attention the importance understanding the impact of food in our society and also the fragility and precarious position of this most essential of daily needs.
This new year can be the healthiest of your life! Give yourself a break and simplify! Eat well and be well, and don’t forget to move! And I also strongly believe that the more we are educated on the current state of food on our planet, where it comes from, nutrient content, sustainability, etc. the more simple it will be to navigate the flood of information we encounter each day.
Knowledge and awareness. Kinda takes the stress off…
Dr. Chinn is a 1986 Life graduate Seattle area for 26 years and is a board member of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. He is the co-creator of the nutritional cardiovascular formula Acctrix (www.Acctrix.com) available at Amazon, co-founder of Unisal Wellness Technologies and is the author of Symphony of Wellness and Soaring Beyond Fear ( www.PerryChinn.com). His book Symphony of Wellness focuses on the science and benefits of the Nobel Prize winning science of nitric oxide for cardiovascular health and whole body wellness. He can be reached at DrPChinn@gmail.com
Dr. Chinn is a 1986 Life University graduate (Marietta), has been practicing for 32 years, currently in Missoula, Montana. He has served as a board member and vice-president of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. As a Gonstead technique diplomate, Dr. Chinn is authorized to teach and coach the Gonstead system to other doctors of chiropractic. He is the author of Symphony of Wellness and Soaring Beyond Fear( www.PerryChinn.com), his book Symphony of Wellness (now in an expanded 3rd edition) focuses on the science and benefits of the Nobel Prize winning science of nitric oxide for cardiovascular health and whole body wellness. He is available for keynote speaking and coaching. Dr. Chinn can be reached at DrPChinn@gmail.com