top of page

A Recipe To Build Your Offense

Quick, tasty, healthy: ASPARAGUS

Boil 2-3 cups of water in a wide pot or frying pan. Place 1 bunch of washed and trimmed asparagus in pan and boil for about 4 minutes or until slightly tender.  Drain water, add about a teaspoon of organic coconut oil and mix thoroughly. Add Himalayan sea salt to taste and serve. This side dish is also tasty served cold. 


Health Benefits of Asparagus

Asparagus is a nutrient-packed vegetable. It is a very good source of fiber, folate, vitamins A, C, E and K, as well as zinc, chromium, selenium and other trace minerals which make it a potent adrenal supporting food.  Stress can fatique our adrenals so finding foods that support them will help our bodies handle the overload.  It is also an excellent source of Glutathione which is a powerful antioxidant, immune system booster and detoxifier. 

Are you or someone you know fed up with hurting?

Let us help!


33130 Magnolia Circle, Suite A-25

Magnolia, TX  77382

holsem ffhc revised.png

realize your full potential 

Subscribe below to get our
latest newsletters delivered
directly to your inbox.

Thanks for submitting!

Newsletter - Summer

Viruses: Your Best Defense Is A Good Offense

Super Hero Costumes

How do we optimize our body’s immune function so that our families have the best fighting chance of fending off microscopic threats?


To answer that query, we will have to dig a little.


Did you know that that there are no medical cures for viral infections? You read that correctly, no cure for the common cold, the myriad flu viruses or any of the corona strands. Your best defense is an optimally functioning immune system. Period.


It is well known that the brain, with the nervous system, influences, controls and/or regulates all bodily functions including that of the immune system. Don’t take my word for it, this subject has been studied and documented extensively. One such study published in Disease Models and Mechanisms 3, 721-731 (2010), “It takes nerves to fight infection: insights on neuro-immune interactions from C. elegans” by Trupti Kawli, Fanglian He and Man-Wah Tan of Stanford University School of Medicine, states, “The nervous and immune systems communicate through multiple neuroanatomical and neurohormonal routes.”  


Time to laugh: With great reflexes, come great response ability.


It is also known that stress negatively impacts the immune system and its ability to function optimally.  Stress comes in many forms, physical, psychological, emotional, chemical (things we eat, breathe and drink) even electromagnetic (cell phones, computers etc.).


Although we are subjected to these stresses daily, there are ways to minimize them so that your body can handle the occasional spikes much easier.


Take a personal inventory of your activities.  What are you putting into your body?  What are you putting into your mind? How much are you moving? All these things affect your health.


Chiropractic and other Functional health practices reduce stress as well as optimize nerve function.

bottom of page