Chiropractor And Nutrition Consultant Dr. Mark McCullough Publishes New Article With Practical Tips To Help Readers Maintain Motivation In 2014

Dr. Mark McCullough provides four tips to help his readers adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Battle Creek, MI – Jan. 7, 2014 – Battle Creek Chiropractor, Dr. Mark McCullough, President of McCullough Family Chiropractic and Founder and CEO of Pure Health Solutions, LLC, recently published an article on his website ( focused on New Year’s resolutions.  The article, titled “Live Well: How to Maintain Your Motivation and Live Healthy in 2014” offers four tips for his readers.

Dr. McCullough writes, “As the New Year begins, millions of Americans have committed themselves to creating better habits in 2014. Unfortunately, the majority of these well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions will be forgotten within a few weeks!”

Dr. Mark is a contributor to the following books: The Definitive Guide to Youth Athletic Strength, Conditioning, and Performance; The Success Secret; New York Times, USA Today, and Wall-Street Journal Best-seller One Minute Wellness; and author of The G-Zone: Glucose.  Dr. Mark is founder and CEO of Pure Health Solutions, LLC, a nutritional consultancy; McCullough Family Chiropractic; Battle Creek CrossFit, a CrossFit Affiliate in Battle Creek, MI; as well as co-founder of McCullough Health Centers, a training/ coaching/ practice management program for chiropractors, with opportunities for them to oversee a satellite McCullough Health Centers clinic.

Dr. Mark also served as the Team Doctor for the 2005 IBL Champion Battle Creek Knights from 2005-09 and is currently the Team Physician for Team Active Cycling and Multisport Team as well as the Priority Health Cycling and Multisport Team. Dr. Mark’s mission is in serving his patients and helping potential students of Natural Whole Body Health realize and achieve their potential as Doctors.

The entire article can be found here.

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