5 Ways To Treat IBS Naturally

Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is very common issue that many deal with today. Many of patients have dealt with it or like disorders. It can affect up to 28% of people according to one study. (1) I am going to break down what it is along with 5 ways to treat it naturally. IBS […]

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 […]

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 […]

Insulin Resistance, Life, The Brain, and Everything

Sorry, but the answer is not 42. My last article was on Alzheimer’s and Lyme disease. I wanted this one to focus on Alzheimer’s and insulin resistance, but I felt compelled to broaden it’s scope. I’ll start by breaking down insulin resistance and then venture into the destruction it leaves in its wake. I will […]

The Root Causes of Thyroid Disorders

The prevalence of thyroid disorders in the nation are increasing. It is estimated that 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, some say it is higher than that. Many are unaware that they have a problem. They think what they feel is “normal.” Women are much more likely to develop thyroid disease than […]

Thyroid Corrections

Thyroid imbalances have a list of symptoms: low energy, weight gain, can’t lose weight, hair lose, difficulty waking, fatigue (most often described as an inner exhaustion), anxiety, dry skin, unpredictable bowels, consistently feeling cold, and many others Importance Of History: We are the culmination of the physical traumas that we have experienced. It is very […]

The Bugs that Live With Us: Gut Microbiome and Dysbiosis

Many of my patients complain of stomach problems. Some of had chronic diarrhea others have had chronic constipation. All of them have had an upset stomach of sorts. They have tried many different avenues to figure out why and I am here to rely some information on that. So stay tuned if you are dealing with a similar […]

The Big 5: Underlying Causes Of Chronic Disease

Several years ago I had the privilege of living in South Africa. It is a nation full of amazing people. I love and miss them dearly. While there I learned about the Big 5. The Big 5 refer to some of Africa’s largest animals, the lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and Cape buffalo. South Africa has […]

Diabetes: A Growing Concern

Often when I think of diabetes I can’t help but think of the Wilford Brimley commercials talking about his “diabeetus.” His pronunciation is used for memes and videos but it is about a serious problem. Diabetes is a common word used today for an increasingly common disease. I am going to run through a breakdown […]