Live a Healthy Lifestyle with Chiropractic Care
Weight Management ... can be easier than you think
BLOOMINGTON, Minn., Oct. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With the obesity rate in the country increasing, doctors of chiropractic are encouraging people to embrace healthy lifestyle choices. Incorporating proper nutrition, a disciplined exercise plan and chiropractic care makes it easier to accomplish wellness goals. Small changes like decreasing food portion size or increasing your activity each day, can produce positive changes in overall health.
"Chiropractic is based on natural healing processes and the strong doctor-patient relationship embedded in chiropractic care allows doctors to advise on a wide variety of health concerns from a wellness and holistic perspective," explained MCA President, Dr. Christian Kollar.
The easiest way to live a healthy lifestyle is changing a few daily habits. Instead of opting for fast food, choose healthy whole food options with less processed materials. The following are a few health tips:
- Move often
- Incorporate stretching throughout your day
- Stand up straight
- Eat whole foods
- Get more sleep
Changing to a healthy lifestyle is a journey toward a more natural approach to healthcare and a healthy lifestyle. To locate a member of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association, near you, visit www.mnchiro.com and click on the "Find a Doctor" tab or call 1-800-864-3769. It's that easy.
About Minnesota Chiropractic Association
Created in 1927, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association is committed to promoting awareness of the health risks and impact of spinal dysfunction as it relates to optimal health.
CONTACT: Debra Hurston
SOURCE Minnesota Chiropractic Association
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