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Every Winter Has It’s Spring (See the Recipes!)

Whether you are in hibernation mode on this wintry day or are out battling the snowy roads and wind, remember “Every winter has its spring.” – H. Tuttle

If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant, right? If we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.

The same can be said for how good it feels to feel good again when you begin to eat in a way that nourishes your body.

There is no diet that will do what healthy eating does. Skip the diet. Just eat healthy!

Here are four quick and easy recipes to help you eat healthy: Chicken Pot Stew, No Roll Egg-Rolls, Shrimp with Tomato, Lime & Avocado and Mediterranean Beef Stew.

Click here to print Quick and Easy One-dish ‘Real Food’ Meals

These recipes also happen to be gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free and will be enjoyed by everyone, whether you have these food intolerances or not!

Start now with small changes, be consistent and make yourself a priority. Just do one day at a time and make good choices. Don’t overthink it, be patient, and love yourself enough to stay the course.

Sending warmth and
love today and always,

Coach Deb
Coach Barb

Dr. Chris Hoelscher

Chris is our science guy.  Chris founded Eastland Chiropractic & Lifestyle Center in 1984 and retired from active practice in 2017.  During his time in practice, he opened several clinics in the midwest and one in Saipan, a US commonwealth in Micronesia. He has always maintained an active interest in biology, chemistry and physics and how they affect our bodies. He knew there had to be a reason why some people could eat almost anything and still not gain weight, while others only had to look at food and their waistline would start to expand. He became interested in how and if genetics play a role in weight management and how foods can affect us all differently.  

He also believes that you have to be able to measure anything you want to manage and that starts with knowing where you’re at.  THe INbody scale we utilize in The Nourish Lifestyle program is what gives us the measurable data needed to chart progress. It’s not just the number on the bathroom scale but what the pounds are made of that’s important. With the Inbody scale we can assess the changes in body composition to make sure we are making progress. 

He is also fondly known as our on-call tech guy, fixing our computers, printers and most anything else that needs a fix at our office.