This past Sunday was the Light on Lyme event, and I was so honored and excited to be one of the keynote speakers, along with Dr Richard Horowitz, pictured. My major take-aways from the day: First, my spirits soared with the consistent theme of RESILIENCE. Yes, there were many people there because they were stillContinue reading “Optimizing Nutrition For Lyme Disease”
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How Do You Know That’s Good For You?
It’s an invaluable skill, and anyone can learn the basics. You will be able to test foods and supplements for yourself and your family at the completion of this class.
Have Me Test Your Food Sensitivities: Special Offer Ends Mar 1st
For years, people have asked me to “just check my food sensitivities”. For the next ten days only, I will!
Vitamin E and Prostate Cancer
JAMA has published a study showing a 17% increase in prostate cancer in men who took Vitamin E. When I saw the headlines on Facebook via NPR, I suspected immediately that this was another case of using fractionated Vitamin E, and it was. The researchers used alpha tocopherol which, from my perspective, should have beenContinue reading “Vitamin E and Prostate Cancer”
I am privileged to have trained with Dr Dietrich Klinghardt in ART, as well as in the treatment of Lyme and other chronic disease, and Autism.
Health Kinesiology was developed by Dr. Jimmy Scott of Canada about 40 years ago. Through muscle testing, we can identify allergens (food, dust, pollen, etc), germs (viruses, bacteria, spirochetes), thoughts (I’m not good enough, I’m stupid), or emotions (anger, anxiety) that stress your system and drain your energy. The good news is that HK canContinue reading “Health Kinesiology”
Gluten Sensitivity: You Are What You… Digest
Most people wouldn’t think that these could all be caused by a food sensitivity, but they often are. Sensitivity to gluten, the protein in wheat, barley, oats, spelt and other grains, can cause these problems, and many more. People often undergo years of treatment for these symptoms without ever being diagnosed for the true underlying problem: gluten sensitivity. Although gluten is not always the cause, it may be possible to successfully manage many of these health issues only if gluten is removed from the diet.
Identifying food sensitivities and helping clients adapt to eliminating them has been one of the most important keys to successfully assisting my clients reach their optimal health and well-being. Many clients come in with a long list of chronic symptoms, each of which has been treated, often unsuccessfully, with different medication, by a different specialist, and all of which we have been able to resolve within months simply by identifying and eliminating food sensitivities.