Sites to See

I like to give credit where credit is due, especially if it is a person/place/website that has made a positive impact on my life.  I created this section to share websites where I find a lot of the recipes that I post, places and/or people who have helped me become a healthier, happier person, and just share some different kinds of “sights” that I have seen on various trips to help a person stay motivated to get up off the couch and explore what nature has to offer 🙂

http://www.spinecentersei.com

I think of this place as similar to the “one-stop shopping” idea of the Wal-Mart superstores of today, in that you can get primary care, integrative & anti-aging medical care, chiropractic, and physical therapy all under one roof.  I might be a little biased in saying that it’s a great place to help with your healthcare needs 🙂

http://www.covenantnaturalhealthcare.com

Do some research on Nutrition Response Testing on their site.  Then call and have it done.  You probably will never look at your food the same again.  I recommend especially to those who have been to multiple different healthcare practitioners and haven’t gotten the full results that they wanted from treatment.  Couldn’t ask for a better group of people to take care of you 🙂

http://www.stevespaleogoods.com/Default.asp

It can be hard to find good snacks for day-to-day needs, hiking trips, long bike rides, etc.  I have bought many different items from this site, and honestly haven’t had anything that I didn’t like.  I use this site mainly for the different jerky varieties, as well as the sampler pack of dried fruit.  The jerky doesn’t have the “crap” in it, and the dried fruit doesn’t have any added sugar.  It can be a little pricey, but at least you always know what you are eating.

http://www.fullbodyyoganky.com

I started attending yoga classes in January of this year.  I picked this studio initially because their classes aren’t all on a weekday morning or mid-day when us working folks can’t attend (they have Sat. and Sun. morning classes at a reasonable time for me).  Since going here I haven’t really been tempted to go anywhere else.  I have been to beginner’s, slow flow, and yin yoga, and all of the instructors have been great in their own ways.  Yoga has been an excellent complement to my cycling endeavors, as I am not a person that likes to stretch and work on difficult stability activities on my own.  I always tell people, it doesn’t matter what mindset you go into yoga with, or how bad of a day you are having, when you leave your mind and body will be calm in an eerie sort of way.  I wish this studio were closer so I could go more than 2-3 times per month, but I’ll take what I can get.

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