Cheese is an incredibly concentrated form of milk. We once made fresh mozzarella from a full gallon of raw milk. After removing the pork-tenderloin sized piece of cheese from the… read more →
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Here is what I am doing, right now, to help myself and my family mitigate the negative effects of a possible coronavirus infection…
Why I don’t use nitric oxide supplements. If you don’t know what I am talking about, good. You are living the natural life. But in my natural health profession, there… read more →
To fear or not to fear Let me tell you why I view this season’s new viral contagion with a justly confident, “I’ve got this” attitude. Is COVID-19 (technically: 2019-nCoV)… read more →
Two Meals a Day? Cures Type 2 and More! It couldn’t happen in America—researchers would be sued, “You’re starving them to death” the nutritionists would say. I have not traveled… read more →
Carbs are “known” to support endurance exercise; cyclists and runners hold the 4-calories-per-gram carbohydrate as an irreplaceable necessity for athletic performance. But what if this were not true, what if… read more →
I love this spin. Medical-speak uses the Fire-and-Brimstone language with insulin resistance stating, “It is the precursor that, no-doubt, leads to type 2 diabetes and obesity.” When in fact, our… read more →
Ferritin is the most common deficiency that can predict stress fractures in active people. All athletes should screen for at least Vitamin D and Ferritin regularly.
LP(a) is a useful test to assess your heart disease risk but should be done as part of an intelligent blood test, Blood Code panel.
Richard Maurer, ND Sully, a 58-year-old adventurous and healthy man, shared his confusion with me at our first visit. His primary care doctor recommended a statin, on top of his… read more →