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Posted on 05-04-2011

 Original Post Date: July 8, 2008

 

Teach your Children Well. Are you popping pills, smoking, reaching for "something" every time you have an ache or a pain? Are you living on drugs? I bet you aren't but so many people are - and they have kids who watch and learn from them. I'm reminded of a true news article, the title is: Dog Removed from Abusive Home. This really happened in Kentucky. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and the local government removed a dog from a family's home because the couple that owned it fed the animal a diet of potato chips and Coca-Cola! The couple's four children remained. Yes, shocking but true. The lack of health education is one of the main reasons people are in poor health. That's why we like the photo of the chiropractor teaching children. Your body is the world's greatest drugstore (making all the drugs and chemicals you need) IF (BIG if) you give it the raw materials it needs: good food, water (no chlorine or fluoride please), sunlight (no sunscreen so the healthy rays reach you properly), sleep, love, laughter - AND avoid poisons, recreational and prescribed. The one thing that will stay with your children throughout their life is to show them it is important to take care of your health. Natural healthcare, not drugs, is the way to make healthy changes within your child. You bring them to the dentist but ignore their nervous system which controls their whole body function. Look into chiropractic for your childrens' health needs and give them wellness care not sick. care.

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