Politics and Nutrition

Politics and Nutrition People often ask me why what I do (Naturopathy and supplementation) isn’t more mainstream? They ask about the science behind it and doubt where the evidence is to support what I do. My answer is always the proof is in the pudding. People who come and see me get better however, the … Continued

The Salt of the Earth

There is a lot of confusion about salt today. There are two kinds of salt: refined and unrefined, also know as table salt and sea salt. There is a huge difference between refined table salt and unrefined sea salt. Refined salt has had its minerals removed and has been bleached to give it the white … Continued

The big FAT lie…

Fats are an integral part of a healthy body and healthy diet. Yet in America, fat has been maligned. The truth about ‘no fat’ foods, ‘low fat’ diets and cholesterol lowering drugs are all part of the “Big Fat Lie.” Here is the truth about fats: Good fats take the longest to break down, making … Continued

Are we drinking cancer?

Since I added a Chromium 6 vial to my testing kits, I have seen more and more people who are being exposed to the toxic Hexavalent Chromium. Recently the Lansing State Journal published an article about this as well. You can see the link here: http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/news/local/2016/09/22/erin-brockovich-chemical-found-lansing-area-water-supplies/90799360/ Here are some key points from an article written … Continued

Ten Steps to Prevent Heart Disease

  February is “Heart Disease Awareness” month so in honor of it, I wanted to give you 10 tips to reduce your risk. Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is not a single disease, but a complex of diseases of varied causes. Some of the recognized causes of heart disease include damage to the heart muscle or … Continued

The Value of Vitamin D

The Value of Vitamin D It’s that time of year again…winter in Michigan when our sun exposure is limited and the days are cold and dreary. This is the time of year that I usually recommend an increase in vitamin D. For people in colder states, the main reason is due to our lack of … Continued

How to stop worrying

Scientific research suggests that stress and worry can negatively affect one’s health. As much as it is a great idea to stop worrying, most people can’t or don’t know how to stop. Not long ago a patient suggested a blog to me by Mira Kelley called “How to stop worrying”. I have summarized the key points below. I … Continued

Road Map for a Healthy Holiday

The Holiday Season is upon us. For those who are interested in having a healthier holiday season here are some tips to follow: Plan ahead. When you are going to a family gathering or a holiday party and know that the food isn’t going to be healthy, be sure to have a snack or lite … Continued

Cell Phone Risks

The effect that cell phones have on health is a wild card for consumers right now. And because most people can’t live without their cell phone, it won’t change anytime soon. At this time, no one knows how much harm cell phone or EMF’s (electromagnetic frequencies) are doing to our health. Back in 1996, when … Continued

The Value of Vacation

The Value of Vacation A few weeks ago, a co-worker forwarded me an article by the Harvard Business Review entitled “Give Yourself Permission to Work Fewer Hours.” A week prior, I had just returned from taking a few days off for the fourth of July. Of the four days I was gone, it took me … Continued