Category Archives: Nutrition

Hands on Health Fall Newsletter

Hands On Health Fall 2016 Newsletter from Linda Wheatland Smith, D.C.     Dr. Amanda Peiffer joins Hands on Health Amanda Peiffer, D.C, M.S., ICCSP   Dr. Amanda Peiffer, chiropractor, has joined Hands on Health. Dr. Peiffer received her Doctorate in Chiropractic and Master’s degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation from Logan University. She is a […]

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Hands On Health Summer 2015 Newsletter

Hands On Health Summer Newsletter from Linda Wheatland Smith, D.C.   I hope this note finds each of you well. I will be out of the office July 29th-August 3rd and August 15th-25th. During these times there will be three massage therapists available to help you, and my assistant, Jeanne. Jeanne is a physical therapy […]

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Hands on Health Spring Newsletter

My Dear Patients,   It has been six months since my bike accident and three months since my last, and third, surgery. I write to you to give you an update and to share the insights and methods I have used to speed my healing process. My bones have healed completely, my ankle has full […]

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How to Follow an Energy Foods Plan

Include Super Foods Daily for Good Health and Proper Nutrition Following an energy foods plan will help you to ensure that your are adding super foods to your daily diet. There are often many questions and uncertainties when starting a new, healthy-eating plan, so a simple to use checklist can help to make sure you’re […]

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Ways to Ensure Proper Nutrition: Follow the Rainbow!

Having a “rainbow” of colors on your plate will help ensure proper nutrition and good health. Just like sunshine and rain creates a beautiful rainbow in the sky, when you aim for a variety of “rainbow colors” on your breakfast, lunch, or dinner plate you’re helping your body to get take in a variety of […]

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