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Over a period of several months last year, I lost 15 lbs and got down to a weight I was very excited about. Here’s the interesting part, I lost about the first 5-7 lbs. without really even trying! How did that happen? If there were a single, readily available food source that contained 46 Anti-oxidants, 36 Anti-inflammatory compounds, all 20 amino acids, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach,[…]

Spring is one of the four conventional temperate seasons, following winter and preceding summer. There are various technical definitions of spring, but local usage of the term varies according to local climate, cultures and customs. When it is spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it will be autumn in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa. At the spring equinox, days are approximately 12 hours long with day length increasing as the[…]

Moringa olifera is a high potency Superfood that I only call ‘new’ because it is new to most of us in the Western world. It has been used throughout Asia and Africa for centuries. Recently, I learned of a line of products now available in the U.S. that use it as a base. Since I had heard a little about Moringa throughout the years and I trusted the person I[…]

Periodically when talking to a parent about checking their child’s spine, I’ll get a response that goes something like this, “I think bringing the baby in to get checked is a good idea but his dad (who has never seen a chiropractor) (either doesn’t see the need or) is afraid.” It’s my hope that forwarding this article to that parent will help move the conversation forward. Whether a child descended[…]

There’s more good news about leafy greens! New research shows that eating more greens like spinach, kale, collards, and mustard greens could help slow the rate of age-related cognitive decline in older folks. Dr. Martha Clare Morris presented her team’s findings at the Experimental Biology Meeting in Boston in March and explained their importance: “Losing’s one’s memory or cognitive abilities is one of the biggest fears for people at they[…]

What would happen if you put your health first for 30 day? -NOT as a diet or denial system; not as a system to give up anything. But in a concerted effort to simply add TONS of highly nutritious fruits & vegetables and more water to help detoxify your body and see the results? I can hear you now: “I don’t have time,” “I can’t afford that,” or?? what’s YOUR[…]

Low or reduced Calorie foods abound on the shelves on grocery stores in this country. But confusion remains. What is a Calorie? Are they important? Why or why not? And how should one view them? A Calorie is measure of energy. Technically a food Calorie is a Kilo-calorie in scientific terms. The bigger question is do they matter and are they all equal? The short answer is that they matter[…]

Low energy, weight gain, possible food sensitivities, acid reflux, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes, arthritis, auto-immune disorders and a plethora of other chronic diseases are rampant in our society. While many (arguably most) are caused by the foods we eat, today I wanted to talk about the influence our environment has on these and other dis-ease processes. Hormone disruptors are pervasive in our environment and awareness of[…]

Please join me this weekend at the Health & Fitness Expo; 10AM-4PM Saturday & Sunday. I’ll also be speaking on Sunday at 11AM. Learn more about the importance of of a plant-based diet and how it really can save your life. Our booth is #70B located in the back left corner. Be sure to mention this post when you stop by. I have a limited number of goodies for doing[…]