Candida infections: What they are and what helps to prevent them

Candida infections are a relatively common form of fungal overgrowth. Oral, vaginal, and cutaneous thrush are mild forms of candida infections. Invasive candidiasis is a more serious form of fungal overgrowth that is life threatening and can affect the blood, heart, brain and eyes. There are a number of Candida species that lead to fungal … Continue reading Candida infections: What they are and what helps to prevent them

The key to controlling small intestine inflammation

Small intestine inflammation causes major problems in the gut. It negatively affects nutrient digestion and absorption while creating nasty symptoms including: Gas & bloatingCrampingDiarrhea Intestinal permeabilityImpaired mucosal immunityGut dysbiosisLoss of appetiteWeight loss Last week's blog covered how stress induces Crohn's disease flare ups. The basic jist is that chronic stress causes elevation of glucocorticoids(cortisol). As … Continue reading The key to controlling small intestine inflammation

Last chance to $ave big on the circadian rhythms masterclass

Hey folks, it's September 28th, and today's the last day to save on our circadian rhythms masterclass. Purchase the Healthy Lifestyle Phase 1: Circadian Rhythms today and save $50 off the regular price of $97. This program was born out of the many misconceptions we deal with while helping people build a strong circadian rhythm. … Continue reading Last chance to $ave big on the circadian rhythms masterclass

The HH&P Show Ep. 5: Assessing cardiometabolic risk with a Precision Health Report

Welcome to today's episode of the Health, Happiness, and Performance Show where we discuss how to assess cardiometabolic risk using a Precision Health Report. Last week we discussed the inflammation portion of the report in a blog you can check out here. Today we discuss the parts of the report covering insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, … Continue reading The HH&P Show Ep. 5: Assessing cardiometabolic risk with a Precision Health Report

Optimize health with a Fitbit: The Health, Happiness, & Performance Show Ep. 3

Hey folks, if you're looking to optimize health, I can't think of a better tool than a Fitbit. Most of the available models give you some pretty sweet information you can use to develop a healthy lifestyle. Wearables can be a great tool for motivation, giving you step goals to achieveand things of that nature. … Continue reading Optimize health with a Fitbit: The Health, Happiness, & Performance Show Ep. 3

Cultivating happiness: How to use circadian rhythms to be happy

Cultivating happiness...It seems like such an odd concept. Why aren't we all just happy? Is happiness really something we have to work at to attain? Furthermore, how do we attain something that is such an abstract concept? You'd figure it would come down to things that are measurable, but it doesn't. People with more things … Continue reading Cultivating happiness: How to use circadian rhythms to be happy