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Autism & ADHD part 4: Food for thought

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The antioxidant-starved brain

Feeling a little brain fog? Anxiety? Depression? Imbalances and deficiencies in the brain can mess with our thoughts just as they manifest neurological conditions like autism, ADHD, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. When we step back and listen for clues, we can hear our cognitive health screaming for attention, namely in . . . → Read More: Autism & ADHD part 4: Food for thought

Count your z’s to better sleep

Sleep may be the single most important factor of health – and one of the least understood. Without rejuvenating sleep, we cannot effectively think, act, or fight diseases. Short or poor quality sleep is linked to obesity, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. Up to 90% of adults with depression have trouble with sleep. Yet we . . . → Read More: Count your z’s to better sleep

Who knows it’s all in the NOse?

How you breathe may be just as important as what you breathe. My final report of the year reveals my biggest discovery of the year – something that increases chronic disease, facial aging, bad breath, cavities, poor concentration, poor immunity, and poor sleep. Something you can prevent!

Several months ago I decided to tackle my . . . → Read More: Who knows it’s all in the NOse?

Caffeinated coffee: a cup of contradiction

There have been rumors that caffeine in coffee can prevent diabetes. This is a pretty tall order (or should I say venti?) for roasted seeds. With diabetes rates climbing alongside America’s coffee addiction, it seems impossible. After pouring through hundreds of studies on disease risk and prevention, I found one common theme around caffeine: it’s . . . → Read More: Caffeinated coffee: a cup of contradiction

Calcification – the bones of disease?

Pain is a language we barely understand. Aches and pains affect our vitality, daily decisions, and outlook on life. We brush them off as old age, stubborn strains or inherited arthritis. Our medicine cabinets feature a smorgasbord of creams and ointments that promise relief, albeit temporary. To reduce or prevent pain in the first place, . . . → Read More: Calcification – the bones of disease?