When carving pumpkins as a child, my family and I would always scoop out the pumpkin seeds and roast them in the oven until they were nice and crispy. Such a fun, easy snack to make with your own kids now. How do you enjoy your pumpkin seeds or do you make a soup with the leftover pumpkin?
1 ⁄4 cup fresh cilantro, stems removed, chopped
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon roasted red bell pepper, chopped
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
1 ⁄8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 boneless chicken breasts, cooked and chopped
1 avocado, chopped into small cubes
Sea salt and ground pepper
4 large pieces of romaine lettuce for wraps (optional)
Combine all ingredients except avocado and lettuce in medium bowl and mix well.
Gently fold in avocado and serve as a salad or wrap in lettuce leaves.
4 ounces Mascarpone cheese, softened to room temp.
4 ounces whipped topping
1 tablespoon white chocolate chips
2 dozen fresh strawberries
1 cup of fresh blueberries
Our 4th Annual Ladies Night is this Friday, April 8th from 6-8pm. We will be having many vendors that you can shop at their booth, great food, and wine! It’ll be a great time for all the ladies. Have the husband take care of the kids on Friday and come have a great time!!
Tickets are still available at the office, so call to reserve your ticket!
We are celebrating our office 17th anniversary this Wednesday, March 23rd all day long! We are so grateful for our patients, and this was made possible by YOU and your commitment to getting adjusted!
Come in for your adjustment or just to celebrate with us and POP a balloon to win a prize!
Also, we are doing a new patient special where any new patient can get checked for just $17! That includes the initial consultation, exam, and x-rays! Now is the time to get checked!
When shopping, fill your cart with all the colors of the rainbow to keep your body at it’s healthiest. Here’s a quick and easy way to know what you need by the color of your fruits and veggies:
Blues & Purples: Help to keep your memory sharp and to reduce the risk of many types of cancer (i.e. blueberries, blackberries, purple grapes, plums, raisins, and eggplant).
Greens: Protect your bones, teeth, reduce the risk of osteoporosis, as well as keeping your eyesight sharp (i.e. kiwi, honeydew, spinach, kale, broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, and lettuce). The deeper the color the better.
Whites: Lower your LDL (bad cholesterol) and reduce risk of heart disease (i.e. pears, bananas, mushrooms, cauliflower, onions, and garlic).
Reds: Help prevent Alzheimer’s disease and improve the blood flow to the heart (i.e. watermelon, strawberries, raspberries, red apples).
Yellows & Oranges: Boost your immune system and help to prevent eye diseas (i.e. oranges, grapefruit, peaches, cantaloupe, mangoes, pineapple, squash, carrots).