Bison for Breakfast

Years ago in 2006, I was asked to speak at a cardiology conference in Raleigh, North Carolina, at a mainstream conventional allopathic conference. Knowing it was far from Boulder, I was excited to be able to talk about PCOS...

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Electromagnetic Forces and Radiation: Where to Find It and How to Measure It

We may not be able to see it or smell it, but our bodies are responding and becoming overburdened by this invisible toxin. Your cells are aware of it, and it may even be confusing your brain. I’m talking...

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How to Create a Sleep Sanctuary

This week's blog post is a contribution from a colleague of mine, Misty Krawczyk, who has committed her life and career to helping people decrease their electromagnetic radiation (EMR) exposure in their homes, their workplace, and their schools. We...

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The Hidden Truth of Microwave Popcorn

Nothing like finally finding the best movie that everyone in the room agrees to and settling into your portion of the couch with down pillows and a big bowl of popcorn. I have to be honest. Popcorn is something I...

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Winter Ginger Tonic

Sometimes, I just can’t get warm on the inside. Can any of you relate? When this happens, I’m usually sitting at my computer, and except for the neurons in my brain firing away, I’m motionless…for hours. My toes are...

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How Probiotics Can Prevent and Cure Cancer

Researchers have shown that various types of intestinal bacteria might play a role in both causing and preventing obesity as well as other conditions and diseases. Now, a UCLA study* suggests that it could also potentially be used to...

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Fat is Your Friend. I Promise.

Way back in 1977, a Senate committee led by George McGovern published its dietary recommendations for Americans called Dietary Goals for the United States. George McGovern, an American historian, author, U.S. Senator, and Presidential nominee in 1972, was involved...

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Chew Your Food to Optimize Digestion

Sometimes I like to watch other people eat. A little strange but quite fascinating. Do they chew just few times then gulp their food down? Do they slowly and methodically chew each mouthful? See if you can count how...

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Retrain Your Brain: Making Resolutions Reality

The New Year has come and gone and some of you might be feeling like you didn’t get your resolutions, goals, manifestations, and intentions really solid yet. There is no rush really. I think it takes several weeks to...

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Why Detoxification is Important in Preventing Neurological Disorders in Children

A new study in the UK found that babies born to obese mothers were at an increased risk of neurological disorders, such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and sleep disorders.  Scientists looked at symptoms of mental disorders linked to the...

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