Why a Low Fat Diet is a Terrible Idea for Fatty Liver!

I have often heard a low-fat diet is recommended for fatty liver disease. Makes sense right? The more fat you eat, the more it accumulates in the liver would seem logical and is standard medical advice.  I will show you that not eating fats like eggs and meat is the absolute worse thing you could do […]

Surgery Recovery

A friend of mine has a son that has had multiple shoulder injuries and she was asking about alternative approaches to surgery. Even though there are some great new options that are not surgical, sometimes surgery is necessary, so I started thinking about protocols I would set up for pre and post-surgical treatments.    The […]

Speeding Stroke Recovery

During med school, over 20 years ago, we were taught the brain was irreparable. The common wisdom said, “We are born with a certain number of neurons, and once the brain is damaged it will not regenerate.” We now know this is far from the truth.   How can we use this knowledge to our […]


Well, it’s official. We are in the age of cutting-edge medicine We have now discovered that nuts, seeds, and popcorn do not cause diverticulitis, or cause it to flare. Shout it from the rooftops! In fact, it has an inverse relationship with diverticulitis meaning, the more you eat, the fewer issues you will have with […]

Our Top 13 Grant Resources to Help with the Financial Burden of Chronic Illness

We empathize with the challenges that come along with chronic illness and understand that they make a huge impact on every aspect of your life. Because of this, we have compiled a list of incredible grants that have been created for people who are feeling the financial pains as well as the physical pains. None […]

Halloween: 6 Billion Dollar Holiday

The tradition of Halloween has evolved throughout centuries with both Roman and Christianity influences. According to History.com, Americans spend an estimated $6 billion annually on Halloween, making it the country’s second largest commercial holiday. “One quarter of all the candy sold annually in the U.S. is purchased for Halloween.”   Today 1 in 6 children […]

The Missing Element in Depression

What is the most common elemental deficiency in my practice? Magnesium. This is probably the most underutilized “medicine” out there for restless legs, constipation, kidney stones, leg cramps, menstrual cramps, asthma and many other medical conditions including treatment resistant depression. It has tons of research available to support its use in these and many other […]

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