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Spaghetti Causing Headaches – A Personal Story

How spaghetti contributed to my daughter’s headaches is another example (more here and here) of experiencing a health challenge and finding a new answer. My youngest daughter was getting periodic headaches and made a connection they were occurring every 4H meeting on Mondays. A helpful observation as we had fallen into a routine of spaghetti […]

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Learning From Vegetarians Returning To Meat

Yes, I am a fan of well-sourced meat. No, this is not a vegetarian bashing exercise. There have a been a number of recent articles showcasing vegetarian/vegan dieters returning to meat. The reasons vary, but all line up with my approach to Eating For Health. The stories Here are the stories I caught recently: VIRPI […]

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Misleading Advice on Gallbladder Health

Fake Health News is how I like to describe terrible info on the web that looks official. Here WebMD is giving terrible advice – the same advice that resulted in record amounts of gallbladder removal (300,000 annually). We can optimize of our gallbladder function by ignoring advice and replacing it with common sense. The WebMD Article’s […]

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Cereal + Roundup: It’s whats for breakfast

Most people envision their breakfast cereal with just milk added – like pictured below. However, a new study just released documented those bites may be swimming in milk and Roundup (glyphosate). I have written about both glyphosate and the bad idea of cereal for breakfast (Milk + Cereal Grains: Fattening Pigs and Kids since the […]

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Easy Way To Slow Aging

We all possess an easy way to influence the speed at which we age – and the good news is it isn’t hard to implement. Ageing is the most important risk factor for the majority of human pathologies. We propose the concept that the advancement of the hallmarks of ageing is dictated by several distinct […]

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Sunscreen Chemicals Accumulate Systemically

There is a better way. The news on sunscreen ingredients being distributed in our bloodstream is alarming – for excellent reasons. A recent study in JAMA showing this occurrence [note]https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2733085[/note]is going viral as mainstream news outlets such as the New York [note]https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/10/upshot/how-safe-is-sunscreen.html[/note]Times publishes articles. The good news is I happen to be drafting my approach to […]

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Whitepaper | Why When You Eat Matters

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New Success Story: Type 2 Diabetic No More!

About a year ago I was introduced to a nice woman who had had type 2 diabetes. Her HbA1c (an estimated 3-month average blood sugar metric) was 6.5 – anything above 6.4 is classified as diabetes. Further, there were heart complications and high inflammation markers present. She had an interest in taking an active role […]

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Help for Kim Kardashian’s Psoriasis

Kim Kardashian has a huge following, and they gobble up anything she puts out. I saw an article headline about her psoriasis last week;  Kim Kardashian Just Shared Her Makeup-Free “Psoriasis Face”. This quote stuck out: “I’m always hoping for a cure, of course, but in the meantime, I’m learning to just accept it as […]

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New Heart Guidelines: Aspirin OUT!

Just like that, another dogma is reversed. I learned way back in pharmacy school that low dose aspirin, while not free of risk, was a good way to prevent cardiovascular risk. I even remember the Costco sized bottle of 81mg aspirin I took daily – in my late 20s! I learned enough to become a […]

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