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Iranian Food

Posted by admin - May 2, 2016 - Uncategorized

It has been a while since my last blog so I thought I might jot down some thoughts about my latest trip to Tehran, Iran. I thought you might be interested to hear about the food. Unfortunately, much of the news from the states is not favorable to Iran politically but I rarely hear or […]

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Probiotics for Mouth

Posted by admin - September 9, 2015 - Uncategorized

Although I have counseled people for decades about the importance of healthy bacterial diversity from the mouth to the anus it took a personal dental experience to remind me how crucial oral probiotic balance is to total health. My upper incisor broke in two.  Since it was an emergency the dentist could only glue it back together […]

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Could the Popular Diets be making you fat? Your Genes Say Maybe so….

Posted by admin - June 29, 2015 - Uncategorized

One of the biggest arguments and feuds among diet experts today is which diet is healthier and promotes weight loss. The one size fits all diet does not seem to work for everyone and probably never will. Despite our efforts we are fatter than ever as a nation so perhaps there is something more that […]

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Medication: heal or harm

Posted by admin - May 18, 2015 - Uncategorized

I was listening to Christine Northrop’s new book, Goddesses Never Age.  She discusses many important issues of healthy living one of which is the getting older with health and vitality. Of course she goes way beyond medicine into spiritual health but the one thing that caught my attention was her point about medications. She talks about […]

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Antidepressants, Antipsychotics, and Weight Gain

Posted by admin - April 13, 2015 - Uncategorized

This post is updated from 2008.  Americans living in the United States are more obese than any other nation on the planet? Billions of dollars are spent on research and the dieting industry yet we continue to get fatter.    In 2007 34% of Americans were obese.  It is projected that number will rise to 51% by 2030. […]

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