Happy Holidays!!!! Goodbye 2020!!!!!!

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Best Ergonomic Chairs

Gift idea: check out this list of the 14 best ergonomic chairs, according to professionals. 

New Offering For Our Practice: Ergonomic Consultation

Is your workspace or bed causing you unnecessary back pain and stress? More and more people are working from home at a less than ideal set up. I am now offering Zoom ergonomic consultations. Work and sleep make up 2/3 of a day. Let’s figure out how to optimize your workspace and make sure you are also sleeping in the correct position. Please email or call for more details. 

Have a magical New Year!

Artwork by Sophie Abraham

Posted in Articles, Chiropractic, Cleanse, Health, Resources, Uncategorized at December 29th, 2020. Comments Off on Happy Holidays!!!! Goodbye 2020!!!!!!.

September 2020

 Spinal Health Column/Spinal Column Health 

With so many working from home, I see more and more people with their head going forward into the computer screen. Forward Head Posture by Jonathan FitzGordon is a collection of blog posts that explains it so well.  
“You become what you think about all day long.”  Wayne Dyer
“We plan, God laughs”  Yiddish proverb

These two quotes at first seem to be at odds with each other. On one hand you can create what you think about and on the other hand, the universe may have other plans for you. 2020 has come with such a variety of unexpected challenges, throwing everything out of balance or so it may seem. We must however, change and adapt when we are forced to and see the opportunity for our own inner growth in doing so.

Here are some of the things I have been finding helpful in navigating these difficult times. The path and the journey are all about this moment and then this moment and so on and so on…

Take breaks often
1. Breathe Regularly – take 5 minutes to focus on your breathing. Sit up straight, close your eyes, slowly inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth.  Sort of like a cigarette break without the side effects, only the benefits. 
2. Be Present – Slow down – Enjoy the air around you, appreciate the little things and focus on your senses. 
3. Move – All forms of exercise can ease anxiety. Go for a quick walk around the block or skip the elevator and take the stairs. 
Buyer Be Careful:
The FDA Warns Against Using Over 100 Hand Sanitizers: See the Full List 
Posted in Articles, Cleanse, Health, Quotes, Resources, Uncategorized at September 1st, 2020. Comments Off on September 2020.

Let’s Do the Cleanse!

Look and Feel Amazing!  

We know you want to!

It’s that time of the year again…

Right after summer, before the holidays and at the change of the season!

That’s right…. it is time for the Standard Process Purification Program.

Many, many people have done the 21 day program with us over the last five years and have had fantastic results. While that option is of course available for those who want it, Standard Process is now also offering a 10 day option!!!

Live your life in high resolution with the

Standard Process Purification Program

Are you hungry for good health? Experience the benefits of helping your body cleanse with the Standard Process Purification Program. The purification program combines a generous menu of whole foods with supplements that support the body’s ability to remove naturally occurring toxins. This promotes a state that allows for toxin release.


Much More Than a Cleanse Diet

The Standard Process Purification Program is not strictly a cleanse diet but rather a structured program that combines whole food eating with supplements, nutritious supplement shakes, and light exercise. The menu includes an abundance of fresh vegetables and fruit. Select proteins are added after the first few days. 

Check out the guide here :  Standard Process Purificaton Guide

Check out the last time we did the cleanse in the office for menu suggestions.  Sample Menu

So call the office at 212.226.6320 or email us at [email protected] or reply to this email to order a kit!

We plan to start as a group on October 1st so that it is easy to keep track of what day you are on but of course you can start whenever you want!

What You Do Today Creates Your Tomorrow!



Posted in Cleanse, Food, Health at September 10th, 2014. Comments Off on Let’s Do the Cleanse!.

Cleanse Day 2


Shake made with my favorite kitchen appliance THE VITA MIX!

Organic Wild Blueberries with Lemon and Ginger





Spinach Soup, Carrots, Escarole, Swiss Chard

photo (1) - Copy Dinner:


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Quinoa imageOven Roasted Eggpant imageArugula, Fennel, Radicchio Salad with Lemon Olive Oil Dressing







Posted in Cleanse at November 3rd, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse Day 2.

Cleanse Day 1



Over the years I had been to many Standard Process seminars (the company that we use for the cleanse).  Most of the people there had done the cleanse many times.  I was intimidated by the idea that it was 21 whole extremely long days! I had to admit though that the people who did it regularly really did look healthier.

I started cleansing 5 years ago before a high school reunion. Three weeks before my high school reunion someone I knew was on his third week of the cleanse.  I realized those three weeks passed and I couldn’t even remember what I ate or had done.   There he was in his third week, had lost 10 pounds and looked sharper and clearer in his eyes.  With three weeks until that reunion I thought why don’t  I  use that time wisely?

I was shocked at how easy it was for me.  The cleanse is designed to supply the nutrients you need plus you are eating meals so you are never hungry.

I have done this cleanse every year since that high school reunion. Most years I have done it in the fall and the spring. Many people have now done it with me multiple times and we have seen fantastic results.

I usually start a cleanse on the 1st of the month so I easily know which day I am on but of course any time is great.  I mention this because the three weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas would be another perfect little window. December first is on the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend.  But of course any time is great.


Breakfast shake:

Blueberry, Lemon and Ginger




Parsnip Ginger Soup and Fruit Salad.

It was a large size and very filling.

Plus, my oldest and dear friends were in from out of town for the last 2 days and we had been eating amazing, wonderful food and drinking so I was ready for this cleanse.




Kale and Quinoa Salad.



Brown Rice Pasta with Veggies.



Baked Cauliflower.


Posted in Cleanse at November 2nd, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse Day 1.

Cleanse: Day 21

Today is the last day! I made it! Even though this is my third time doing the cleanse, it still feels so satisfying to make it to the end.

Smoothie: strawberry celery and cucumber (with ginger and banana of course!)


Lunch: veggie curry over brown rice, salad


Dinner: salad, kale & greens risotto with chicken



In other news, I got my acceptance letter on the mail today! As of October 2013, I will be a chiropractic student! I’m so excited.

Posted in Cleanse at March 21st, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse: Day 21.

Cleanse: Day 20

Happy spring!

Smoothie: apple celery cucumber smoothie.


Exercise: arc trainer, 30 minutes; weights, 30 minutes. I think the arc trainer is the hardest low-impact cardio machine I’ve tried so far. Everyone makes it look so easy! That’s going to be me, soon(ish).

Lunch: grilled tilapia and veggies over wild rice salad from Gourmet Garage, mushroom puree and roasted shitake mushrooms from Cafe Clementine


Dinner: soup & salad!


Posted in Cleanse at March 20th, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse: Day 20.

Cleanse: Day 19

Smoothie: celery pear ginger, just because.


Celery Pear Ginger Smoothie
(makes 2 servings)
1 cup coconut water
4 scoops SP Complete (Dairy-Free)
2 scoops Whole Food Fiber
1 ripe banana
1 ripe pear
6 celery stalks, cut into smaller sections
1 inch section of ginger
1 cup water

Combine, blend and enjoy!

Lunch: No time for lunch today 🙁 I drank a lot of water and didn’t really feel too hungry though.

Dinner: I was at Whole Foods picking up more coconut water and figured I might as well pick up dinner too.


Two whole days left! I’m amazed at how quickly that flew by. The way I see it, time is going to pass no matter what, might as well make the most of it.

Posted in Cleanse at March 19th, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse: Day 19.

Cleanse: Day 18

Smoothie: I’ve gotten my morning smoothie session down to 5 minutes from 15. At the same time, I have no idea what I have and have not done at this point but there’s still a few more recipes I’d like to try out.

Lunch: Today was the first time I had meat at Chipotle! Their chicken is antibiotic-free, and pretty tasty.


chicken burrito bowl

Dinner: I bought this spaghetti squash with every intention of making something of it. Today was the day! Spaghetti squash, garlic pepper green beans, jerk chicken and curry quinoa.

Posted in Cleanse at March 18th, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse: Day 18.

Cleanse: Day 17

Smoothie: strawberry papaya smoothie. I would have added ginger today too bit I’ve run out! It was still really tasty. Next time.


strawberry papaya smoothie

I packed a few clementines for a snack (just in case).


Exercise: Running, 30 minutes; weights, 30 minutes; walking around the Pier Antique Show, 1 hour.

Lunch: Thai in Hell’s Kitchen afterwards.


chicken pad key mao at Wondee Siam

Dinner: Sam gae tang (chicken stew with ginseng) at Seoul Garden


Posted in Cleanse at March 17th, 2013. Comments Off on Cleanse: Day 17.