Friday, April 8, 2016
- The Major Premise - A Universal Intelligence is in all matter and continually gives to it all its properties and actions, thus maintaining it in existence.
- The Chiropractic Meaning of Life - The expression of this intelligence through matter is the Chiropractic meaning of life.
- The Union of Intelligence and Matter - Life is necessarily the union of intelligence and matter.
- The Triune of Life - Life is a triunity having three necessary united factors, namely: Intelligence, Force and Matter.
- The Perfection of the Triune - In order to have 100% Life, there must be 100% Intelligence, 100% Force, 100% Matter.
- The Principle of Time - There is no process that does not require time.
- The Amount of Intelligence in Matter - The amount of intelligence for any given amount of matter is 100%, and is always proportional to its requirements.
- The Function of Intelligence - The function of intelligence is to create force.
- The Amount of Force Created by Intelligence - The amount of force created by intelligence is always 100%.
- The Function of Force - The function of force is to unite intelligence and matter.
- The Character of Universal Forces - The forces of Universal Intelligence are manifested by physical laws; are unswerving and un-adapted, and have no solicitude for the structures in which they work.
- Interference with Transmission of Universal Forces - There can be interference with transmission of universal forces.
- The Function of Matter - The function of matter is to express force.
- Universal Life - Force is manifested by motion in matter; all matter has motion, therefore there is universal life in all matter.
- No Motion without the Effort of Force - Matter can have no motion without the application of force by intelligence.
- Intelligence in both Organic and Inorganic Matter - Universal Intelligence gives force to both organic and inorganic matter.
- Cause and Effect - Every effect has a cause and every cause has effects.
- Evidence of Life - The signs of life are evidence of the intelligence of life.
- Organic Matter - The material of the body of a "living thing" is organized matter.
- Innate Intelligence - A "living thing" has an inborn intelligence within its body, called Innate Intelligence.
- The Mission of Innate Intelligence - The mission of Innate Intelligence is to maintain the material of the body of a "living thing" in active organization.
- The Amount of Innate intelligence - There is 100% of Innate Intelligence in every "living thing," the requisite amount, proportional to its organization.
- The Function of Innate Intelligence - The function of Innate Intelligence is to adapt universal forces and matter for use in the body, so that all parts of the body will co- ordinated action for mutual benefit.
- The Limits of Adaptation - Innate Intelligence adapts forces and matter for the body as long as it can do so without breaking a universal law, or Innate Intelligence is limited by t the limitations of matter.
- The Character of Innate Forces - The forces of Innate Intelligence never injure or destroy the structures in which they work.
- Comparison of Universal and Innate Forces - In order to carry on the universal cycle of life, Universal forces are destructive, and Innate forces constructive, as regards structural matter.
- The Normality of Innate Intelligence - Innate Intelligence is always normal and its function is always normal.
- The Conductors of Innate Forces - The forces of Innate Intelligence operate through or over the nervous system in animal bodies.
- Interference with Transmission of Innate Forces - There can be interference with the transmission of Innate forces.
- The Causes of Dis-ease - Interference with the transmission of Innate forces causes in-coordination of dis-ease.
- Subluxations - Interference with transmission in the body is always directly or indirectly due to subluxations in the spinal column.
- The Principle of Coordination - Coordination is the principle of harmonious action of all the parts of an organism, in fulfilling their offices and purposes.
- The Law of Demand and Supply - The Law of Demand and Supply is existent in the body in its ideal state; wherein the "clearing house," is the brain, Innate the virtuous "banker," "brain cells "clerks," and nerve cells "messengers."
Thursday, April 7, 2016
A Parent’s Guide: How Often to Feed Your Baby
This is a very common question we get from parents in our office: How often to feed your baby. The feeding routine may change as your baby grows. The amount and frequency of feedings will also change as the months go by. Below are general guidelines that we recommend:
Between birth and six months of age your baby will need an average of 2 to 2.5 ounces of milk per pound per day. So, if your baby weighs ten pounds, she will need 20 to 25 ounces per day. Here are additional guidelines to follow:
- Newborns may take only an ounce or two at each feeding
- One to two months: 3 to 4 ounces per feeding
- Two to six months: 4 to 6 ounces per feeding
- Six months to a year: as much as 8 ounces at a feeding
Small, more frequent feedings will work better than larger ones spaced farther apart. Your baby’s tummy is about the size of their fist. Take a full bottle and place it next to your baby’s fist and you’ll see why tiny tummies often spit the milk back up when they’re given too much at one time.
Is my baby getting too little or too much milk?
Signs that your baby may be getting too little formula are:
- slower-than-normal weight gain
- diminished urine output
- a loose, wrinkly appearance to baby’s skin
- persistent crying
Signs that your baby is being fed too much at each feeding are:
- a lot of spitting up or profuse vomiting immediately after the feeding
- colicky abdominal pain (baby draws his legs up onto a tense abdomen) immediately after feeding
- excessive weight gain
If these signs of overfeeding occur, offer smaller-volume feedings more frequently and burp baby once or twice during the feeding.