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 →
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.
I regularly hack health metrics that mark for my metabolic longevity. I subjected myself to a VO2 Max study with lactate threshold last spring and I regularly do my own Blood… read more →
Short Intense Workouts Reverse Diabetes and Create the Healthiest Metabolism that Prevents Cancer, Heart Disease and Lung Disease I am from a family of long distance runners—I am also from… read more →
From my years of presenting at PaleoFx in Austin Texas, I have learned some things that have changed my life. The first blog post about my conference this year is… read more →
What Is Longevity Metabolism? First let’s get some definitions out of the way. I describe longevity as attaining “More years to our life and better life to our years.” Metabolism… read more →
I am skeptical of unsubstantiated hype. I do not recommend we eat differently, take a pill, or exercise based upon faddish-trends. I was born in the 60’s, So I remember… read more →
About one in ten clients I see in my office is not eating enough protein, and it’s causing symptoms as diverse as forgetfulness, panic attacks, osteoporosis and migraines. How do you… read more →