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Thoughts on Infections and What Not

It has been awhile since I have written a post and it will probably be awhile before another one. But something has been coming to mind lately that has inspired me to write one. I think there is a good deal of misinformation about infections. Some of it stems from a false worldview. With the advent of the germ theory came a lot of good. We finally understood what was…

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The Relationship of Nightshades and Chronic Pain

The term nightshades is usually met with confused looks from our clients when we ask them to avoid them. So what are they and why are they such a problem? And what is the link between them and chronic pain? Nightshades belong to a plant family of over 2000 species, the Solanaceae family.  Most of them are inedible and some are quite deadly. This is due to a glycoalkaloid compounds…

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Simple Steps to Optimal Health and Lifestyle

Our patients often ask us what they need to do to change. Often what we ask of them is difficult and overwhelming. Some are disheartened, and we never what that to be the case. We are here to help. I decided to write this as a simple guide to changing your lifestyle. It doesn’t have to be all at once. I know some people can handle that but most of…

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Leaky Gut, Inflammation, and Anxiety

Sorry it has been awhile. We got wrapped up in a few things. This will be the last article in the anxiety series. It is something close to my heart, so I wanted to give it due diligence. The last of the aspects of anxiety to look at are GABA and serotonin. Definitely two of the most common and they are inextricably, just as the rest, connected with gut health….

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6 Natural Tips for the Cold and Flu Season

We are in the full swing of the cold and flu season. Some of you may have already dealt with a cold or flu. It is never fun to deal with this especially when you have things to do. I used to often get sinus infections, I still do occasionally when I am exposed to mold in heavy amounts. Sinusitis is a terrible thing to deal with, your nose gets…

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Natural Approach to Anxiety and Dopamine Dificiency

I am going to tackle anxiety from a dopamine side with this article. In some ways it is easier when we look at it from a neurotransmitter’s perspective. There are known symptoms related to a deficiency in a neurotransmitter. Like I said in the previous article, I was told I had a serotonin deficiency not because of any blood work or extensive testing, not because of a good history, rather…

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