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What I Look For Above All Else

The world is plentiful in skilled, knowledgeable, and accomplished people, so how are we to choose those we share our life energy with?

Over time, I've realized that what matters most to me is how much a person truly cares about the well-being of others.  If I sense that there is little to no genuine care for others, how skilled, knowledgeable, or accomplished a person is matters very little to me.   Read more


Gentle 20-Minute Mobility Workout

This is a gentle mobility workout for people of all ages. It's especially suitable for seniors or those with a long history of limited mobility.

Please be sure to consult with your physician or physiotherapist before beginning any new exercise routine. Read more


Mackerel to Fuel High Energy Days


Typically, I aim to save my carbs for the evening, as I find that my energy is best throughout the day when I stick to mostly protein-rich foods with non-starchy vegetables. Read more


Ask Me Anything #4: Vaccine | Vitamin D | Low-Carb | Colonoscopies

Today I present another installment of AMA.  For those who have submitted questions that haven't been answered in previous newsletters, please note that some highly specific health matters are difficult to comment on without doing an actual evaluation and taking into account lab and imaging studies.  There are also some conditions like tinnitus for which I'm not aware of a natural remedy.  Without further ado, let's dive into today's questions.

1.  My family and friends are pressuring me to get the vaccine.  What can I tell them to get them off my back? Read more


How Fast Does Cancer Grow?

Over the years, I've found that many people don't seem to realize that the vast majority of malignancies aren't palpable and don't create symptoms for several years and sometimes decades. This is a critical point to understand, as our choices today are unmistakeably what determine our risk for cancer and most chronic diseases in the years ahead - even thirty, forty, fifty years ahead. Read more


A Fun Way To Lower Your Risk of Dementia

Every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia.  

Today, there are more than 50 million diagnosed cases of dementia worldwide.  And by 2030, this number is expected to increase to 80 million. Read more


Simple Creamy Coleslaw Recipe

Folded Sushi Wraps


Folded sushi wraps are a delicious low-carb alternative to tortilla wraps, and best of all, they're super simple to put together. Read more


What To Try When You Are In Pain

Over the past week, I've received a handful of notes from people suffering with pain in different areas, including the abdomen, back, hips, and feet.

Beyond the obvious step of getting appropriate rest for an injured body part, it can be remarkably helpful to fast for a good stretch each day as a way of reducing systemic inflammation and allowing the body to devote the bulk of its resources to healing the problematic area.

What does this look like? Read more




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