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The Importance of Walking After a Meal

Date Posted March 29th, 2016
Perhaps you have heard.  Walking is good for you.  Walking outdoors with other people after a meal is particularly good for you.  All this is common knowledge.  Less well known, however, are the many reasons after dinner strolling improves your health and happiness.  I have more »

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Date Posted May 12th, 2014
May is Mental Health Awareness Month Each year, May is recognized as “Mental Health Awareness Month.” This year’s theme is “Mind Your Health” and includes among its goals heightening awareness of mind/body interactions and advocating positive steps for promoting more »

Probiotics, Depression, Anxiety, & Obesity

Date Posted March 11th, 2014
Probiotics, Depression, Anxiety, and Obesity The storyline behind the modern epidemic of inflammation driven disease goes as follows: • Chronic degenerative conditions (Diseases of Civilization – DOCs) are on the rise and have overtaken infections as the major source of death and more »

Do You Need to be (Re)Tested for Gluten Sensitivity?

Date Posted February 24th, 2014
How do you know if you need to be tested for gluten sensitivity? If you're breathing. We are all at risk for the emerging syndrome called Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS). Even if you have been tested in the past for celiac disease, because of the limited utility of tests routinely used more »

Probiotics Shown to Help Women Lose Weight

Date Posted February 1st, 2014
According to a recent study, certain probiotics – including one of the strains in our new Tri-Flora Multi-Strain Probiotic Blend (Lactobacillus rhamnosus) – could help women lose weight. Multiple lines of research have already shown that the gut ecology (intestinal flora) of obese more »

Coffee (High Test) May Reduce Suicide Risk in Men and Women

Date Posted September 22nd, 2013
More Good News About Coffee According to a recently published study out of the Harvard School of Public Health, people who drink 2-4 cups of joe per day are significantly less likely to kill themselves than those drink no coffee, less than 2 cups per day, and those who drink de-caffeinated coffee. more »

Depression and Testosterone

Date Posted September 16th, 2013
Depression and Low Testosterone Is it Depression or Is it Low Testosterone? You know you’ve lost your edge. Maybe you are just getting old. Or perhaps your wife and your primary care clinician are right: you are depressed. On the other hand, maybe, just maybe, you are one of the 25 million more »

"What are the best natural agents for treating my depression?"

Date Posted August 13th, 2013
One of the most common questions I hear - “What are the best natural agents for treating my depression?” – was covered recently on a Dr. Oz broadcast. That broadcast inspired me to stress several points and make a few additional comments. During my lectures on diagnosing and more »

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