Sweat It Out

We all have some social programming about how undesirable it is to sweat. We cover it up with anti-perspirants. The slogan “never let ‘em see you sweat” was a popular deodorant commercial back in the day. Clothing is even...

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Are Your Junctions Tight?

Intestinal permeability is no longer a novel concept. We are all well acquainted with leaky gut but what does that really mean? Picture a row of cells on your gut lining held tightly together with a glue called Zonulin. In...

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Is BPA Causing Your Kid’s Allergies?

Do you ever wonder why there are so many more childhood allergies than before? These days, it’s not uncommon to have a classroom with several highly allergic children, including EpiPens, compared to just a few decades ago. It seems...

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What My Rose Bushes Taught Me

I had been eyeing the rose bushes in my garden for a few weeks since the weather had gotten warmer here in Colorado. I knew I needed to get out there and deal with them, but rose bushes are...

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Raw, Steamed or Microwaved? Which is Best for Your Broccoli?

As you’ve probably figured out by now, detox is my jam, and I’ve always been fascinated that various foods, in and of themselves, do so much for our health and healing, including stimulating the detoxification enzymes in the liver....

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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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