Hey Folks! SO! Dr. Oz has finally decided to have someone from the paleo world on his show. His guest today will be Dr. Loren Cordain – the author of, “The Paleo Diet” (among other books). Dr. Cordain is probably the person most responsible for the expansion and popularization of the Paleo diet. There were
Hey Folks! Research of the Day! Today’s Article: Omega-3 Supplementation Lowers Inflammation and Anxiety in Medical Students: A Randomized Controlled Trial What they did: Split a group of medical school students up into groups that received either ~2.3g of EPA + DHA per day, or some capsules containing ~2.3g of a mixture of palm, olive,
Hey Folks! Yeah, I didn’t post a “research of the day” yesterday. Turns out it’s far easier to read studies than it is to read them AND write about/summarize them. Oh well! Today’s Article: Improved Xenobiotic Metabolism and Reduced Susceptibility to Cancer in Gluten-Sensitive Macaques upon Introduction of a Gluten-Free Diet I can’t bite wheat
In search of providing the body with exactly what it needs – it isn’t hard to confuse yourself with all the recommendations IF we base our thought processes on the wrong paradigm. Make sure you eat fish twice a week for your heart! Eat blueberries for better levels of vitamins to help with memory! Grass-fed
Hey Folks! Do you suffer from IBS symptoms, acid reflux, varied energy levels, and/or various musculoskeletal aches and pains? You don’t need to live that way! We’ve all slowly wandered astray when it comes to our health, often wondering, “oh no, what’s WRONG with me?” when our health is less than optimal. I’m here to
Hey Folks! So, at what point have we started eating, living and thinking in ways that are designed to avoid disease? I was just thinking the other day – there are so many “diet” books, and books on lifestyle interventions like exercise, stretching, meditation, etc. that are designed around preventing or treating a particular illness.
As a wellness and prevention practitioner, I face the occasional challenge in regards to patient compliance to a genetically congruent lifestyle far more frequently than I face those patients who have been provided with bad information. My experiences with patients have taught me something that I’ve heard before, but which really resonated with me today.