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  • The Divine Breath
    THE DIVINE BREATH By Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C. H.H.P. What is the divine breath? All too often we live our lives on autopilot acting as if we are automatons without having any Read more
  • Think Organic Meat is Healthy?
    Think organic meat is healthy?  by Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C., H.H.P. According to a recent study published in 2015 (Hernández ÁR, et al. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2015), "The differences Read more
  • What is Unconditional Love?
    WHAT IS UNCONDITIONAL LOVE? A personal journey... by Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C., H.H.P. I have learned and continue to learn many valuable pearls of wisdom each and every day. And for Read more
  • The MTHFR gene and what EVERY PERSON should know!
    THE MTHFR GENE AND WHAT EVERY PERSON SHOULD KNOW AND DOUBLY SO IF YOU FOLLOW A "VEGETARIAN DIET" OR THINKING ABOUT GETTING PREGNANT! (Learn important preventative strategies for a host Read more
  • The Obesity Paradox
    THE OBESITY PARADOX: HEALTHY WITH MORE WEIGHT? Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C., H.H.P., C.P.T. Research since the late 90's has consistently shown that the overweight and mildly obese live longer when compared to Read more
  • Posture is more than Aesthetics
    POSTURE IS MORE THAN AESTHETICS! Posture Abnormalities linked to higher mortality rates, pulmonary disease and aging “Older men and women with hyperkyphotic posture (increased mid back curvature) have higher mortality rates. The Read more
  • Releasing Attachments
    THE FIVE LEVELS OF ATTACHMENT (Letting go for Peace of Mind) by Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C., H.H.P. I recently came across a gem of a book entitled, The Five Levels of Read more
  • Pursuit of Happiness
    THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS by Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C., H.H.P. The “pursuit” of happiness – herein lays the problem. The problem, in other words, rests in the word – pursuit. Read more
  • Chronic Pain
    CHRONIC PAIN Dr. Jon Repole, D.C., N.C., H.H.P., C.P.T. There is another way of looking at chronic “full body” pains rather than settling on a “diagnosis” or “symptom” such as: fibromyalgia, cervicalgia Read more