Are You Recharged To Build Resilience?



Building immune resilience in today's autoimmune environment is a choice.

It's the roller coaster of emotional and physical stress that I am personally trying to jump off daily!


I've shared many basic nutritional tips in previous blogs. Below is another crucial step to keep your body strong and resilient.


If you're a patient then you already know the connection I am referring to here.





Back in 1975, Ronald Pero, Ph.D., chief of cancer prevention research at New York’s Preventive Medicine Institute and professor of medicine in Environmental Health at New York University, began developing scientifically valid ways to estimate individual susceptibility to various chronic diseases.


Pero and his colleagues found strong evidence that susceptibility to cancer could be gauged by the activities of various enzymes involved in metabolic and genetic changes due to exposure to toxic, carcinogenic or “mutagenic” chemicals.


An individual’s immune system response, or “immune competence,” was directly linked to DNA-repairing enzymes, which provided a method to assess disease susceptibility.




Lack of those enzymes, Pero said, “definitely limits not only your lifespan, but also your ability to resist serious disease consequences.”


Using Pero’s tests gauge resistance to hazardous environmental chemicals, researchers hypothesized that people with cancer would have a suppressed immune response to such a toxic burden,while healthy people and people receiving spinal care have a relatively enhanced response.


​Your brain is the command center and sends signals out via your nerves through the spine to support health. Clearing areas where the signal is blocked will allow for better communication between your body and brain.


When was the last time you boosted your system?





Your brain is the command center and sends signals out via your nerves through the spine to support health. Clearing areas where the signal is blocked will allow for better communication between your body and brain. Spinal care improves the function of the nerve system through improving the movement of the spinal bones that encase and protect your spinal cord. Stressful conditions lead to altered immune function, and altered susceptibility to a variety of diseases. Like the stress we experience daily.

Many stimuli, which act on your nerves, profoundly alter immune responses. The two routes available to the central nervous system are neuroendocrine channels and autonomic nerve channels.


Now you know why patients receive targeted spinal soft tissue adjustments for maintenance in addition to recovery.


When was the last time your spine and nervous system was checked?