My friends Dr. Alan Christianson and Dr. Izabella Wentz are hosting a free telesummit on Hashimoto’s. Please forward this to any of your friends that have Hashimoto’s or think they have an autoimmune thyroid disease.
[Skip to minute 19:13 if you want to go straight to the marathoning bit. I’d recommend you watch the first 20 minutes though to get more context]. This video shares the new model of wellness for the 21st century. This new model, The Ten Points of Wellness™, is both logical and practical without making you […]
Would you live in a house with a toilet that didn’t flush? I hope not. You could only stay there for so long before the toilet becomes a stinking fetid mess. The same is true of your body. If you don’t ‘flush’, your colon becomes a stinking fetid mess, and those toxins get reabsorbed back […]
Don’t be alarmed. Nothing gratuitous is in this video. In fact, this video teaches you how to use simple eye neurology (Oculocardiac reflex) to help with constipation. You have to take your bowels seriously. Would you live in a house where you couldn’t flush the toilet? The same is true for your body. Prioritize your […]
This post will cover 3 important points about the “Brain”: Where the Brain fits into Wellness. Why Brain health is important. What you can do now to improve your Brain. First, where does the Brain fit into Wellness? Simple. The Brain is at the core of health. All other facets of health are regulated, […]
Need to refocus? Do These 4 simple brain exercises take about 1-2 minutes total. Use them in the morning and whenever you need to switch mental focus between tasks and projects. These 4 movements quickly wake up the brain. This is Dr. Sam Shay, founder of www.drsamshay.com, where I teach you how to Macgyver your […]
Sitting to the spine is like sugar for the teeth. Sitting is very damaging to the spine and to the brain because if you don’t have a good functioning spine, the signals to your brain coming from the organs, muscles, joints, glands, and skin are going to be more stress signals than movement signals. So […]
Napping can help or hurt your sleep, depending on when and how long you nap. If you don’t nap when you need to, you risk further fatigue, loss of productivity, and possibly a further downward spiral of sleep deprivation. However, if you nap too much, then you may be groggy and grumpy the rest of […]
WARNING! Discussion of Food & Nutrition Ahead! DANGER! Food: one of the most volatile, emotionally-charged, divisive, and perilous topics in all of health. The subject of diet and nutrition parts the most friendships, fuels the most flamewars online, angers more in-laws, drives more behavior, and causes more controversy than almost all other subjects of health.
Disclaimer: The the following is a satirical collage of observations and clinical experiences treating a particular type of New Zealand male patient, known as a “Bloke”. The intention is to educate men through satire. If you blokes are offended, don’t be so emotionally fragile. 🙂