How to be a Health Detective: Learn the Strategy the Functional Medicine Docs Use

Today I promise to share a tool with you that Functional Medicine Doctors use to try and solve your case. The reality is the job of a doctor is a lot like being a detective.  So I really do consider myself like a CSI health detective – to try and find the little clues that…

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Shocking Evidence That “Mutant” Pizza Can Make You Sick And Tired. Want Anchovies With That?

Hidden food allergies and sensitivities are known as the “great mimickers.” A food allergy or sensitivity can trigger any symptom in your body, including your fatigue! Here is a little secret that most doctors aren’t even aware of – most labs will use foods in their RAW form to test with. This is fine for…

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Want To Knock That Fatigue Out Of You? Try Boxing. (Yes, Boxing!)

It may seem kind of strange that you’re trying to stop being so sick and tired, and then I turn around and recommend boxing. Boxing is great vitamin R! (Vitamin R = Rest, Relaxation, and Recreation!) I personally don’t like yoga. I have little flexibility in my body, so I find yoga to be nothing…

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What Are The Leading (And Surprising) Causes Of Fatigue?

I’ve discovered fourteen causes for fatigue. Inside my book, “Reclaim Your Energy and Feel Normal Again!” I delve into the first eight on my list, since they apply to the majority of you suffering with fatigue. Here they are for you. I call this is my Basic Fatigue List. Anemia Thyroid Problems Cortisol Imbalance Blood…

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Why Your “Normal” Thyroid Might Not be Normal—Part Three

Welcome to part three of “Why Your ‘Normal’ Thyroid Might Not be Normal.” The last two articles discussed why “normal” thyroid function, as determined through a blood test, may not mean your thyroid is functioning adequately; and how to do a simple at-home test to evaluate things further. This article will explain what you can…

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Why Your “Normal” Thyroid Might Not be Normal—Part Two

In the last article, I explained why a blood test ordered by your doctor, to check out the thyroid, may yield “normal” results; and why “normal” does not necessarily mean “good.” In this article, I am going to explain how you can test your thyroid function more thoroughly, with a simple and inexpensive at-home test.…

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Why Your “Normal” Thyroid Results Might Not be Normal—Part One

Have you had blood work ordered from your doctor before, and then been back for a follow up to learn that your thyroid looks “normal?” If so, you may want to investigate things a little further. Why? The blood tests that many doctors order, to test the thyroid, usually only show abnormal readings when it…

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What Nobody Ever Tells You about Low Energy

Low energy is a very common issue for patients that come see me – heck, I wrote a book on it! Finding and fixing the underlying cause for your low energy is the key to regaining the energy you once had – that’s a ‘no-brainer’ for sure. There are many things that cause low energy,…

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Uncovering the Most Common Vitamin D Myth

“I get my vitamin D from the sun. So I don’t need to take vitamin D supplements.” There is a common misconception that you can get enough vitamin D from the sun. Well, I am here to set the record straight! Me: “Hear ye, hear ye. I do declare that you cannot get enough vitamin…

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The NEW Public Enemy #1?

I recently saw a joke that said “I don’t engage in high risk sports like base jumping, or ice climbing, or cave diving, or eating gluten”. Except, it’s no joke. You’re probably going to hate hearing this but (don’t shoot the messenger)        research proves gluten serves no nutritional purpose. None whatsoever. It is purely an…

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