Monday, July 4, 2016

IN-Dependence


In a recent Mayo Clinic study, researchers determined that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions. Twenty percent of U.S. patients were also found to be on five or more prescription medications. When it comes to health, Americans aren’t as free as we think we are.

Chiropractors believe true freedom comes from IN-Dependence - relying on the Power that made you, to heal you and keep you well. IN-Dependent Chiropractic patients know they innately possess what it takes to heal. They trust in the wisdom of their bodies to handle what ails them instead of running to the medicine cabinet for every cough or sniffle. They‘re the 30% who would rather give Mother Nature the chance to do her job, than usurp her role with drug intervention.

Big Pharma won’t stop advertising and pushing their products until we’re 100% dependent on them. This Fourth of July when you’re celebrating our country’s freedom, take a moment to reflect on your body’s freedom as well. Are you truly as IN-dependent as you want to be?

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

We are one


Dr. Nicole Rothman Hosts Free Quarterly Supportive Groups for Parents. 

Recognizing that parents are faced with many choices regarding their families’ health, Dr. Rothman provides outstanding resources in her quarterly Pathways Connect Gathering Groups. Dr. Rothman utilizes articles from the award winning Pathways to Family Wellness magazine and provides a supportive, safe community for parents to discuss a range of health choices for their families. Pathways recently announced that there are close to 600 established Pathways Connect Gathering Groups with new locations starting every week. The unique nature of these groups is that each individual is given the opportunity to share their successes and challenges on many diverse parenting topics. Each participant has the opportunity to share their real-life experiences and provide practical solutions for all to glean from.  “By transforming Pathways Magazine into a personal gathering, I know the members of my community are gaining a higher level of holistic insights relevant to their family’s well-being. I will continue to give back to my community by empowering them to make informed choices about their family’s wellbeing.” 
To find out how you can attend the next Pathways Connect Gathering Group, please call Dr. Rothman’s office at: 561-740-2340. You can also find Pathways Connect on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pathwaysconnectcoalition/ . 
The next gathering is on Saturday June 18 at 11 AM at 399 B Winchester Park Blvd, Boynton Beach. See the latest digital copy at https://issuu.com/pathways/docs/pw49_spring2016_g3df to prepare.
For more information about Pathways to Family Wellness Magazine please visit: http://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/.





Wednesday, April 13, 2016






Even though spring has sprung I was in the mood for a hearty meal so decided on chili. I found some different recipes online but wasn't too excited with them so I created my own based on the fast chili my mom made when I was a kid, but with more veggies herbs and spices to give if extra nutrition, flavor and heat. I also replaced baked cauliflower for the white rice she would serve with it to keep the glycemic index down. Originally I planned a vegan chili, however, my son requested ground turkey when given the option so I included it.  The turkey make it savory and delicious! I soaked white beans since this morning but they weren't quite ready so I used 3 cans  of organic beans to shorten the wait time.  Soaked beans are much healthier and better on the digestive tract  so if you can soak them overnight and cook them in the am and set them aside to use later to save time with this prep or just throw of all the chili ingredients in a slow cooker before you leave the house in the morning and it will be done for dinner. You can even cook the cauliflower while you are getting ready in the the morning. If you choose the slow cooker, saute the veggies, add the meat then put the mixture with everything else into the slow cooker for the best flavor.
Each can of beans is 15 oz so figure 45 oz of beans if you cook your own. I encourage you to plan ahead and soak your beans! If you do end up using canned like I did, make sure to get BPA free cans - do whatever you can to reduce your toxic load.
This recipe requires a bit of chopping involved but otherwise very easy to make. 
Savor all of the different spices and herbs, yum!
Dr. Nicole



3 Bean Spicy Turkey Chili with Cauliflower Rice

CHILI:
2 lbs no hormones, no antibiotics 94% ground turkey(or chicken, grass fed beef or buffalo – organic preferred)
1 can organic fire roasted diced organic tomatoes – blend until smooth in vitamix or blender
1 can organic tomato paste
2 tbsp organic chili powder
¼ tsp organic cayenne pepper
1 tsp Cholula hot sauce
2 organic jalapeno peppers seeds removed and chopped
1 large sweet onion chopped
1 organic orange bell pepper
1 organic red bell pepper
1 can organic kidney beans, drained and rinsed
1 can organic pinto beans, drained and rinsed
1 can organic navy beans, drained and rinsed
¼ cup chopped fresh Cuban oregano (picked from my son's garden) or 1 tsp dried
1 tsp celtic sea salt
3 tbsp organic olive oil
5 large garlic cloves minced
1 cup chopped organic celery
1 cup of low sodium organic vegetable stock
a few sprigs of fresh organic cilantro chopped
2 Organic scallions/green onions chopped
Organic grass fed sour cream or vegan sour cream

CAULIFLOWER:
2 organic whole cauliflowers
2 tbsp avocado oil
½ cup water
Sea salt and pepper

In a large pot, saute garlic, onion in olive oil  on low to medium heat until clear, then add jalapeno, celery, red and orange peppers, mix until coated with oil
Add turkey and make sure to break it up in to small pieces
Add vegetable stock and tomato paste and tomatoes
Add beans
Add salt, spices and hot sauce
Simmer on low for an hour
Chop cauliflower while chili simmers and place in a baking dish
Sprinkle the oil salt and pepper on and add water to the dish.
Bake at 450* covered for 20 minutes then uncovered for 20 -30 minutes until the edges brown a bit
Mash with a potato masher until rice like consistency

Serve the chili over the cauliflower rice
Garnish with fresh chopped organic cilantro and green onions
and a dollop of grass fed organic sour cream (optional)

You will have leftovers!
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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

No more Toewalking Dr Nicole Rothman Boynton Beach Chiropractor


What do Daylight Savings Time and a Chiropractic Adjustment have in common?  Both give you more LIGHT - get it!  The primary purpose of Chiropractic is to locate and correct Subluxations.  If you break the word down you get:  SUB = less,  LUX = light, and ATION = a condition.

Subluxation literally means a state of less 'light' or energy caused when misaligned spinal bones (especially the Atlas and Axis) send stress signals to the brain which then sends a stress response to the body and the body freaks out!  A Chiropractic Adjustment corrects this biomechanical and neurological changes, recalibrates the brain which then sends normal messages to the body and extends the time Life energy streams through you – giving you more daylight to heal yourself.

When you receive an adjustment from your Chiropractor, be confident your innate healing 'light' is shining brighter and longer with every session.  Life springs forward when you're under regular Chiropractic care.


WHAT ARE YOU
WAITING FOR?

561.740.2340
drnicole.com
Dr Nicole Rothman
Rothman Family Chiropractic
399 B Winchester Park Blvd, Boynton Beach, FL 33436