Dr. John MacPhee, Author at Kanata Chiropractor

6 Benefits Of Walking You Probably Don’t Know

Are you looking to lose weight, normalize your blood pressure, improve your brain function, be happier and live longer?

What if I told you all this and more could be yours for the low price of 30min/day?

Oh, and the best part? This activity is free, easy to do, and you don’t need any fancy equipment or expensive gym memberships…

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Got Pain? This Solution Will Surprise You

When someone comes to us in pain, there’s one thing we almost always tell them they need to do… And usually they look at us as if we have 3 heads!

Like a lot of what we say, it goes against conventional thought…

But our goal is to get you the best results in the shortest amount of time, and this step is essential.

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Meal Planning For Beginners

Meal planning for beginner’s is the perfect place to start if you’re new to the world of “dieting” or like most, you’ve been immersed unsuccessfully for far too long to remember.

It’s time to get back to basics.

No matter what diet you’re following or attempting to follow – Eat By Design, Paleo, Vegetarian, Standard North American, Mediterranean – the only way for sustainable success is to plan your meals in advance.

While one week is a good starting point, “in advance” could just be the day before or morning of at the start of this new habit.

What it can’t be (assuming success is the goal) is right now, in the moment.

Only someone with exceptional dietary habits, who has been eating the same way for years and has thousands of meals “under their belt” can get away with this strategy, for everyone else, it’s meal planning for beginner’s!

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How To Make Goal Setting Fun

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I’m going to be honest… Goal setting has become really stressful and difficult for me over the past couple of years…

A combination of failing to accomplish past goals, which was itself a consequence of choosing goals that I was not 100% committed to, has led me to dread the thought of goal setting all together.

I could feel my anxiety building over the past couple of months and decided that this year I was going to change tactics.

For me the biggest problem has been NOT THINKING carefully enough about which goals meant the most to me…. and why?  

Obviously this lack of clarity led to a lower levle of commitment which led to me being easily distracted.  And we all know how easy it is to be distracted in our sensory-overload culture! 

So I decided to take a different approach this year and ask a different question to figure out what really are my top goals and aspirations for 2019.


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