As a family practitioner, I spend many hours coaching and coaxing patients to make changes in their diet, exercise habits, lifestyle, and their levels of stress. I would be very surprised if any reader out there is unaware that the key to health lies in these habits and behaviors and not so much in the […]
By working out this way, one is able to burn more fat and calories than just going along at the same slow steady pace – the physiologic effects of this type of workout will encourage the body to burn fat for almost 24 hours after the workout.
The good news: Americans only gain, on average, one pound from all the over indulgence during the holiday season. The bad news: We don’t lose it – ouch.
What if someone was to tell you that treating your high blood pressure with medication may not necessarily equate to a reduced risk of having a heart attack or stroke? Yes, I have opened up a Pandora’s Box with that question – but there is mounting evidence that this may be true and I encourage […]
As an integrative practitioner of family medicine, in addition to working with chronically ill people using intravenous (IV) nutrition, I have worked with athletes to improve their performance and to speed their recovery. The benefits of IV nutrition are immeasurable and there is very little risk.
I was sitting down at my kitchen table a few Saturdays ago when my phone rings. It was a friend doing the proverbial trap he is good at. He says, “What are you doing?”, “Nothing”, I reply. “Well then, you have no excuse to get down here to the Grange to hear us play!” Ha! […]