Happy 4th of July!!! The Stop Leaky Gut Challenge is no longer on sale, but it's still a tremendous value. What is the Stop Leaky Gut Challenge? It's an 18-point plan to seal up the gut and optimize its function and a private group where I can help you personalize the program to your individual … Continue reading Stop Leaky Gut Challenge on sale until July 7 w/new Conquering Oxalates module!!!
Gut problems often go hand in hand with cardiovascular disease. There are links between GERD, IBD, Celiac disease, and H. pylori infection with cardiovascular complications including cornary artery disease and cardiac arrythmia. Furthermore, a link was recently established between small intestinal bacterial overgrowth(SIBO) and coronary artery disease. This is a pretty strong link and people … Continue reading Does cardiovascular disease cause SIBO?
In this video I interview Jennifer Crystal who teaches creative writing in Massachusets and Vermont and writes a column at www.globallymealliance.com. She has just finished a book called One Tick Stopped the Clock about her experiences with Lyme Disease. As most people who have suffered with Lyme disease, Jennifer spent almost 10 years going through … Continue reading Jennifer Crystal: One Tick Stopped the Clock
Hey folks, this week we have a video blog going over why it's important to have an individualized circadian program. Let's face it, everyone is different, and in order to get the most out of any of your efforts to optimize your lifestyle, you really need a pragmatic approach to identify what works and what … Continue reading Why you need an individualized circadian program
Celery juice is all the rage these days, due in large part to the Medical Medium. While I don't have any sort of "gift" allowing me to be graced with some form of divine knowledge, I do have access to the scholarly Dr. Google, which is arguably better. People claim to have seen major beneficial … Continue reading Celery juice and the gut: Why it works and how to use it
I've discussed the role that circadian disruption plays in Alzheimer's disease a couple of times on this blog. If you're interested in digging in to the science, you can check those out below: Knowing this may help prevent Alzheimer's...and potentially reverse it The only useful approach to avoiding Alzheimer's disease A study presented at SLEEP … Continue reading Is circadian disruption a major player in Alzheimer’s Disease?
Hey folks, this week I have a little treat for readers of the blog. Today I'm going to post a free, previously recorded version of the Facebook "Live" videos I've been doing for the private Circadian Retraining Program group. Typically I use these videos to go over interesting topics brought up during our weekly discussions, … Continue reading Circadian Retraining Program Facebook Live episode FREE!
Could circadian disruption provide a double hit to promote the spread and invasiveness of Breast Cancer? A couple of studies published recently seem to suggest so. A study published in May showed that decreased expression of Per2, one of the primary clock genes, plays a role in Breast Cancer. This study indicated that the mechanism … Continue reading Circadian disruption may promote breast cancer spread via a damaged gut
Wow, it's been a busy couple of weeks for studies linking poor sleep and circadian disruption to weight gain and impaired metabolism. Last week I covered 2 of these studies: The first showing that varying your sleep schedule increases the risk of metabolic impairment and the second showing that people who sleep in on the … Continue reading Leaving the TV or lights on while sleeping may cause you to gain weight
We all know the drill: Many of us wake up bright and early in the morning Monday through Friday to get out and "make the donuts". Then, on the weekends, we stay up late and sleep in for an hour or 2 to catch up. We know sleep is important, right? It seemingly makes sense … Continue reading Sleeping in on the weekend may ruin your metabolic health