Hurricane season is one of those things we talk about here in Southwest Florida. I’ll be the first to admit that, having lived here my whole life and having seen long periods without a major storm, it’s easy for me
In over twenty years in practice, I’ve seen a lot of diet trends come and go — Atkins, South Beach, Paleo, high-carb, low-carb. Some of them have been really solid and based on how the human body naturally processes food.
Have you been noticing more of your friends, neighbors, and coworkers talking about their thyroids lately? I have.
The thyroid is one of those organs that people overlook, but it is incredibly important to the maintenance of your whole body. It’s
Several years ago, I had a patient – a sweet, grandmotherly, older woman – who came in for regular adjustments, but she was so fragile I often hesitated to press down too hard. When I talked to her about it,
If you had rodents in your house and you discovered that they were there because they were attracted to food you were leaving out on your kitchen counter, what is the first thing you would do?
You would stop leaving food
As we head into another swimsuit season (at least here in Southwest Florida), it’s time to confront all the crazy weight-loss ideas that have been littering the checkout aisles and Facebook news feeds for weeks.
I used to be shocked and
As a chiropractor, I’m naturally tuned into the structural and movement aspects of wellness, but as a wellness coach, my mission is to bring a holistic approach to health, and that includes matters of diet and nutrition.
In order to serve my patients and readers as best I can, I do a lot of research. Tons of reading: medical journals, favorite websites, great books. I always want to stay up to date on the latest