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I understand loving the taste of grains. Now that I've spent the better part of a year without gluten, months without grains, I can still admit that I have loved grains in my life. When posed the “Name one food to have on a desert island” question... [read more]
It was a birthday celebration that lured me to Nepal. Perhaps that is why my journey was filled with such joy. I often travel to developing nations to provide homeopathic care and training after natural disasters. That's what drew me to Haiti and... [read more]
The first week of April is actually National Public Health Week (NPHW) and includes World Health Day. Oh, if only every day were actually devoted to health. All year long we have days, weeks, and months devoted to disease awareness, all well and... [read more]
No kidding, that's the title of the Medscape (doctors' chat room?) forum on the recent news that calcium supplementation over 1400 mgs. daily or low calcium intake (600 mg or less) are both associated with increased risk of death. Admittedly the... [read more]
People mutter that phrase as if it’s a bad thing, but isn’t learning one of life’s great excitements? I’ve been a student of nutrition for almost fifty years, learning from both old masters and new innovators. The thought of studying nutrition in... [read more]
Live, Lose, and Learn, part 1 of 6I’m still riding high from the first session of my six-week course, Live, Lose, and Learn, offered through our local Parks and Recreation Department. The plan is to work with a group on a new eating plan that you... [read more]
Hello friends, this is the first blog I’m writing for Dr. Deborah and I’m honored to be a part of her intelligently written and incredibly informative website. I am a homeopath with a great love for diverse cultures. I’ve spent months at a time... [read more]
Two studies published this year raise additional and serious challenges – that’s putting it mildly – to the common wisdom (sic) of annual mammograms for women of any age. The US Preventive Services Task Force shocked the world in 2009 by suggesting... [read more]
Throughout the Northern Hemisphere, people who love to row are renewing their annual winter friendship with the rowing machine, known as the ergometer (ur-GAW-muh-tur) or more affectionately as just the erg. Distance erging (yes, it’s also a verb)... [read more]
Human beings are essentially tubes – long channels open at both ends.  The walls of our human body tubes can be described as the most complex tube in the world, so bear with me – this is actually a valuable concept.  To understand our tube-like... [read more]