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Category Archives: Diet/Nutrition

A Real Cure For Hangover Backed By Science

If you drink alcohol, you are bound to have an occasion where you got caught up in the moment and consume more than you should. Maybe the drinks were especially tasty, maybe the mood was just right, or you forgot to set limits on yourself before the night started. Whatever the reason, it happened and […]

Heartburn 101

Heartburn is a descriptive term but it is very general, and it doesn’t tell you much about the underlying condition. So what it heartburn and how should you deal with it?

Acne: Who am I? And what have you done with my skin?

When I was a teenager – stuck in the “awkward” stage of life, I remember looking in the mirror and wondering how in the world my face could go from a clear complexion the day before, to this face full of zits overnight. Unfortunately, for kids it’s a rite of passage. Not only do they […]

7 secrets successful people do before everyone else gets out of bed.

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~ Mark Twain Everyone has the same 24 hours in a […]

Executives Guide – Eating well while traveling

You’ve got your meal plans dialed. Your organic Ketogenic high protein fiber rich bulletproof super diet is ON, and you’re loving it, AND living it. Until you don’t It’s 4:30 am you’re headed to the airport after you woke up a bit late, and skipped your daily butter coffee with MCT oil. You’re running through […]

Clinical Brief – Music and depressive disorders – do they go hand in hand?

It may be cliched’ to label musicians as tortured, yearning, more interesting than average, extremely creative, wild, hypersexual, prone to addiction and prone to mental health issues. But when I looked into the research on the subject of depression disorders in the music industry I was surprised to see some of the statistics actually support […]

A simple & reliable method for determining how much water you should drink

The debate about how much water you need to drink each day rages on. I’ve doled out my share of dumb information about the intake of water in the past but because I just turned 50, I’m going to relax a bit and tell you about my new more reliable method for determining water intake. […]

Clinical Brief – Prostate Conditions Revealed by Urine Hormone Testing

According to the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Program, from 2009-2013, the number of new cases of prostate cancer was 129.4 and the number of deaths was 20.7 per 100,000. In 2013, there were over 2.8 million men in the US who were living with prostate cancer and it appears that the […]

Food Sensitivities

As mentioned in the article, “The 16 Reasons You Can’t Lose Weight”, food sensitivities may play a role in weight retention. You won’t find many studies to prove this point but I’ve seen it in clinical practice and if you look up the search terms “gut immunology,” and “gut permeability” you will find associations between […]

Why You Eat Too Much Food

This is one of the topics I wanted to tease out as part of The 16 Reasons You Can’t Lose Weight. It should be no surprise to anyone that too much food will make you fat. But some people never think about what it takes for their body to burn through the food they eat. […]