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Los Gatos Chiropractic and Wellness Center

January 2014 Newsletter


Our newsletters and website are written to provide you with tools and information you need to pursue better health. We invite you to contact our office with any further questions (408) 891-8222.

-Dr. Kate Fox and Dr. Jessie Young


What's New?
Blood Test Review
$50 Savings
Throughout the month of January, we are offering 
FREE reporting of your recent blood test results ($50 savings).  
Note that standard comprehensive office visit applies: $100.  
Read more below!
Call to make your appointment TODAY (408) 891-8222.
Offer Expires: January 31, 2014

Slicing Cucumber veggies bkgd Science Based Nutrition (SBN)
With all the cleverly marketed supplements, fad diets and conflicting nutrition information available today, it can get confusing. Our office uses Diagnostic Testing (like blood work) to formulate vitamin and nutrient recommendations specific to YOUR body's needs. No more guessing!


These tests can show subtle patterns to help identify early signs of problems and indicate if you're progressing toward the development of a serious illnesses or disease. We use them to help in prevention and early treatment (and in some cases treatment of known conditions from a different perspective). Are you already taking medications or vitamins? Are you looking for a second opinion? Get to the root of the problem with our nutritional analysis and see your personal health transform.  


Throughout the month of January, we are offering FREE reporting of your recent blood test results ($50 savings).  Standard comprehensive office visit applies: $100.


Don't wait, early detection and correction are key elements to living a healthy life. We look forward to serving your nutritional needs.  


Please call to make your appointment today, offer valid through Jan 31, 2014.



Our office provides nutritional advice at whatever level you are in need of addressing. From simple weight loss routines, advice on diets to optimize health, treatment of disease or identify and eliminate food hypersensitivities, allergies and intolerances. 


General Health & Family

Skin and its Function

Excerpt from our full article 


More than just a pretty face.


We all know skin is a barrier to keep viruses and bacteria out and our moisture inside. The integrity of our skin is essential in this process. Cuts, scrapes, chapped lips all increase the likelihood of an infection entering our body. Most people take pretty good care of their skin from this standpoint.


But one of the lesser known functions of the skin is for excretion of chemical compounds. Our liver does 99% of the work when it comes to filtering and processing chemicals that we ingest. The kidney does almost all the work of filtering our blood and maintaining proper balance of blood chemistry. Both of those organs excrete waste products from our body.  


But when these two systems are overloaded and can't keep up, the skin does it's best to help. Mostly urea and ammonia come out through sweat, but other compounds can come out in very small quantities. When your skin is attempting to excrete something, or the buildup of a compound gets higher, then the skin usually reacts with a rash or other lesion due to the inability to excrete fast enough. Rashes and blotches can appear when the liver and kidneys are overworked and should be evaluated by your doctor, especially if you are on any medications.

Sometimes spots and  blotches can be a result of your skin reacting to 
[...]   Read the entire article

From our Kitchen 
Image Attribution: İFlickr CC - "green smoothie" 2011 by Stacy


  • 2 handfuls of Kale (trimmed) 
  • 1 sweet apple (Fuji)
  • 1/2 lemon (approx. 2TB juice)
  • 1 small celery stalk (optional)
  • 1/2 banana (optional)
  • 1/2 C rice milk

TIP:  Using a frozen banana makes the shake thicker which lessens the need for ice.  Also, it does a great job at masking the flavor of the Kale!


Blend it up! Enjoy immediately.


From the kitchen of Dr. Jessie Young



Material in this newsletter is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any condition. It is not a substitute for medical care and is not intended to address individual situations and needs.