Over the last few weeks, several things have worked together to focus my attention on brain health. First, there was a book, then a conversation, then a phone call. I feel like I’m being surrounded by resources
I’ve been thinking a lot about brains lately.
A few weeks ago, I posted an article about simple tips for keeping your brain healthy through your adult years. It sparked a lot of interest with people,
Part of being the best chiropractor I can be for my patients is keeping myself educated on current research. The other day I came across a study on gut health, which — if you’ve been following “Wellness Wednesday”
If you haven’t been here on “Wellness Wednesday” with us the last two weeks, I want to catch you up on what’s happened, because if you have a family member or loved one at any stage of dementia
After last week’s “Wellness Wednesday,” where we talked about strategies for preventing dementia, I had the most enlightening conversation with a young woman who happens to have a great deal of experience working with dementia patients.
I was at Whole Foods the other day when an elderly couple caught my attention. They were walking slowly in front of me in a crowded aisle, and although I was feeling some time pressure, it seemed rude
Some diet plans work.
Others are dangerous.
Some are just stupid.
Last week, we began talking about the Keto (or ketogenic) diet. Among the hundreds of diets and nutrition plans saturating the market, Keto
On last week’s Wellness Wednesday, as we were talking about the power of intermittent fasting, I mentioned that I would be leading into an in-depth study of the power of ketogenesis, which is a powerful,