You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Close [x]

Follow Us

Happy New Year from Niu Health Chiropractic!

Dear friends,

As you set your goals for 2016, I know many of you, feeling overdrawn on your "health" bank account, are resolving to take better care of this body you've been given. Our health is our wealth, and there are many simple, daily things you can do to decrease your stress load and rebuild your resilience.

Every cell in your body eventually dies and is replaced by new cells within 2 years, though 98% of your cells are replaced within 1 year. Every day is a new opportunity to build a new body!

The lining in your stomach rebuilds itself in 5 days. Your liver rebuilds itself in 6 weeks. Your body builds a whole new skeleton in 3 months. Your blood rebuilds itself in 4 months. Your brain and your skin rebuilds itself in 1 year.

Cultivating a nurturing mindset, healthful sleep habits, regular exercise, sunshine and grounding, eating clean whole foods, ensuring regular alignment and keeping all systems flowing is core to building an even better version of yourself! Lean on your team of skilled holistic practitioners to help you when you falter, and to bring you to new horizons of strength and abundance.

For 2016, Niu Health Chiropractic is here to give you guidance in any way you choose.

Hau`oli makahiki hou!

Dr. Christine T. Lipat, DC, CFMP, Reiki Master

Dr. Christine T. Lipat, DC, Reiki Master, Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner

Book your Deep System Reset today: http://bit.ly/1M7LlKC

See our Special Topics for Niu Health life hacks: http://niuhealthchiropractic.com/about-us/special-topics.html

New year greetings from around the Asia/Pacific region:
Ia orana i te matahiti api. Manigong bagong taon. あけまして おめでとう ございます. Ia manuia le tausaga fou. Ungil beches er rak. Kia hari te tau hou. Malipayong bag-ong tuig. 새해 복 많이 받으세요, Giáng sinh vui vẻ và Chúc mừng năm mới. Narang-ay a Baro a Tawen kadakayo amin. Prospero año nuevo. Tauhaga Fou fiafia. Ta'u fo'ou monu ia. Nupela yia i go long yu. BIBA AÑO NUEBO!