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Coronavirus: A Needed Perspective

Coronavirus: A Needed Perspective

Originally predicted to claim up to 200,000 lives by the end of 2020, COVID-19 predictions have been drastically downgraded to 60,000 lives lost in the United States as a result of the virus. As we all would agree, each person is valuable. The pain of losing a family...

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How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus

How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus

It is important to understand that different types of related viruses can cause chickenpox, smallpox, and monkeypox. Further, different coronaviruses cause different diseases in people. The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) coronavirus causes SARS and the...

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3 Supplements to Help with Fatigue

3 Supplements to Help with Fatigue

Fatigue is so common, it is an every day complaint in patients who come to me for care. It’s not surprising that nutrient deficiencies are low energy causes, given that your body’s trillions of cells rely on vitamins and minerals to generate energy. What is surprising...

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Living with a Winning Mindset

Living with a Winning Mindset

1. Thinking Big vs Thinking Small Those with an abundant mindset are renowned for thinking big, it is part of their DNA. Scarcity mindset creates limitations in the mind which prevents the creation of audacious goals. 2. Plenty vs Lack Those with an abundant mentality...

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10 Foods/Drinks for Great Gut Health

10 Foods/Drinks for Great Gut Health

The health of your gastrointestinal system is critical for overall health. It’s the hub of our immune system, where we digest and absorb the nutrients from the food we eat, and plays a role in our mood and energy levels too. A whole food diet filled with a variety of...

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Inflammation: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Inflammation: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Everyone who has had a sore throat, rash, hives, or a sprained ankle knows about inflammation. These are normal and appropriate responses of the immune — your body’s defense system — to infection and trauma. This kind of inflammation is good. We need it to survive —...

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Latest Podcast Episodes

Ep 56: Weighing Your Options for COVID Prevention

Ep 56: Weighing Your Options for COVID Prevention

As promised, Dr. Mark Sherwood gives us specific information about several news-worthy drugs being currently touted as a cure for COVID. Before you blaze a trail to your nearest pharmacy, he also lists the side effects that come with these medications. This is not to...

Ep 55: COVID Vaccine Ingredients: Another Piece of the Puzzle

Ep 55: COVID Vaccine Ingredients: Another Piece of the Puzzle

Before a rocket launches, engineers and scientists have to make sure that it is “all systems go.” Likewise, if you are considering the Covid vaccine, you should think about your baseline health. Does your body have all the nutrients it needs so that all of your...

Ep 54: Nitric Oxide and Chronic Disease ft. Dr. Nathan Bryan

Ep 54: Nitric Oxide and Chronic Disease ft. Dr. Nathan Bryan

You may not know what it is, but Nitric Oxide is your friend. It is one of the most important molecules in the human body. Not only is it responsible for oxygen delivery, it is also a “signaling molecule”, meaning that it helps convey information back-and-forth...