Again, I would like to thank you for taking the time to follow along with these blogs.

With these blogs, I am not trying to preach or teach, or convince you that my opinions are correct or so important that you must believe them, or else!

It is my intention to inspire, and let you know that I am on your side, and whatever I can do to help you win, I will certainly do my best.

I love the idea of “win”. Not so much win the war as it were, but win the battles that you can, and more importantly, win those that you didn’t think that you ever could.

I hope that these blogs help in that direction.

Today I was talking with a most remarkable person, and they told me that they would love to be a teacher, but they didn’t feel as if they knew anything.

But does a teacher really teach, or does a teacher inspire and encourage students to keep searching, and find their own way?

I think it was Socrates who once said, “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear, but when the student is really ready, the teacher will disappear!”

Interesting thought.

This person mentioned above is most certainly a teacher and we could all learn so much from their incredible journey. I know I have.


One of the lessons that I have taken to heart over the past 36 years of being a health care provider is that the best solutions are usually the simplest solutions, and do the best with the least amount of effort.

In the next several blogs I am going to try to impart a very easy-to-understand technology, that with some dedication, discipline, and study you will experience the miracles of which so many hope and pray.

Before discussing what I have been studying, I would like to talk about one of the tenets of chiropractic philosophy that I adhere to quite dearly, as it is a simplicity from which many other simplicities can be derived and understood, and that is dis-ease comes from within the body and not without.

We don’t necessarily catch things from the environment, and others don’t necessarily vex us or make us sick.

I know that flies right into the teeth of allopathic medicine, but what of it? Look at all the drugs and therapies and ideologies and diets and disciplines… and all of the surgeries and drugs….

Now, look at your fellow man. Does he look healthy to you? Is he winning?

Something is out of alignment, something’s not right.

To me when one considers the individual himself as the source of his ailments, woes, worries, and travails… it is much easier to help the individual than to chase after the thousands and thousands and thousands of diseases and disorders that plague humanity.

Make a healthier, more robust, and vibrant individual and he will be able to fight off almost anything that comes down the pike, and more importantly could possibly find better games to play in life than being spun up in the eternal mystery of,  “What’s wrong with me?”

Quite honestly, you are what’s wrong with you!

But can you see how this point of view opens the doors to beneficial solutions and freedom?

Wow, make a better you, and work each and every day at making a better you, and things will be… better!

You know, for most of the diseases and disorders that can ruin your life, there really aren’t any cures, per se.

Think about it, cardiovascular disease is still a number one killer despite all of the many drugs, diets, ideologies, treatments…. Cancer is right up there, too along with diabetes, obesity, and many other chronic illnesses.

But these are ALL health issues that can be corrected by the individual himself with lifestyle changes, and in this case, and as I will be discussing, getting your life back into its natural rhythm.

We are all familiar with genes. Genes determine one’s sex, hair and eye colors, and many other traits, but they also determine how healthy or unhealthy a person is, or will be. Kind of scary until one understands that because a person has the genes for some horrible calamity, it does not mean they are necessarily going to suffer from that calamity.

The person’s lifestyle, what they eat, when they eat, how they sleep, and exercise, and how they get along with others will determine which genes will be expressed and which ones won’t.

So, the early chiropractic philosophers were right… dis-ease does come from within the individual, and not so much from the environment.

This process is called epigenetics if you would like to look it up and study it.


Well, I’ll leave it at that for now, and let you know that over the next several blogs I am going to discuss and share with you some of the most fascinating health and wellness information I have studied in a very long time.

In the meantime, and not to leave you in mystery, you might want to purchase a book entitled, The Circadian Code, by Satchin Panda, PhD, or go to YouTube and watch Dr. Panda’s videos concerning the subject of one’s circadian code.

I think you, too will be floored. So simple, so natural, so vital…. I wouldn’t say I like to talk like this, but I’m not sure how anyone could live without this amazing technology.

Thanks again for reading along, and please let me know what you think.

Take Care,

Dr. Dave

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