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What will your health be like in 2017?

Dear Friends,

Happy 2010!

Over the year I have been asked so many questions related to health and wellness. Many people are concerned that they do not want to be ill as they age. They want to express health, life, and beauty. So, my vital question is what are you doing about that right now? In order to be a healthy older person, one must be a healthy young person by making informed choices, understanding how the body innately works without interference, drugs and chemicals, and the most important, caring for the spinal column which houses and protects the central nervous system.

So many times it is the most obvious, yet the most overlooked! It is the source of the life, the energy, and the innate force within that controls, coordinates, and heals your body. So, as you consider your wellness goals and make New Year’s resolutions, consider that your body is never older than seven years, due to the fact that it constantly recreates, regenerates, and repairs itself, as long as it is allowed to do so.

I recommend the following article by Dr. Arno Burnier, a chiropractor for whom I have much respect, for he said it very well!

So, what kind of body will you have in 2017? Happy New Year plus seven more! The first step of this journey is now.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Sam Tocco

What Kind Of Body
Are We Going To Have Next Year?
By Arno Burnier, D.C.

Contrary to popular belief, our physical body is never older than seven years! This is due to the fact that the body recreates itself constantly. Tissue cells die and are replaced by new ones. Every second we lose about three-and-a-half million red blood cells. There is nothing to worry about though, for another three-and-a-half million are born to replace the old ones. Ninety-eight percent of the atoms present in our body today will be gone within one year and replaced by new ones. The body is more like a river of constantly renewed tissues rather than a frozen sculpture of decaying matter.

Skin cells live for seven days, heart cells for ninety days, while bone cells have a thirty-six month life span. There is a different life expectancy for every type of tissue cell depending on its function and location in the body. Life energy, the creative force, is constantly at work recreating our tissues and organs. Life energy or “human electricity” travels via the nerve system to reach every single tissue cell in the body.

When nerves are compressed or irritated, there is loss of life, abnormal function results and the reproduction cycle of cells is altered. We either have a slower rate of reproduction which is degeneration or decay, or we have a faster rate of turnover which is uncontrolled growth or tumors.

The question we must all ask ourselves is, what kind of body are we going to have next year? Is it going to be a healthier one or a sicker one? Is it going to replace itself normally or abnormally? Is it going to express more ease or dis-ease? If already in a state of degeneration and decay, is it going to keep going downhill, or is it going to rebuild itself? If a state of dis-ease exists, are we going to give our body the potential to heal itself, or are we going to allow it to express more dis-ease?

Chiropractic is special in that it utilizes the adjusting of vertebral (spinal) subluxations or blockages that interfere with Life Force expression. The result is a body that has the potential to reproduce itself normally and recover by healing itself.

Healing is creation, and the creative spark is life. Consistent chiropractic adjustments release Life Force by keeping the life channels open and free of subluxations. In time the body can recover and express better health.

In seven years we will have a brand new body, but what kind is it going to be?

Tocco Chiropractic

Clawson, Michigan


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