Category: Health

Health and wellness articles from a Health Science perspective

Carnivore Recipe: Montreal Deviled Chicken

You are in the right place if you seek a healthy, delicious, and filling dinner recipe. I call it Montreal Deviled Chicken or Carnivore Montreal Deviled Chicken. Technically, this recipe is either carnivore or omnivore, depending on how you make it. The difference is in the seasoning, but you can make this with or without […]

Nature’s Intent is Easy to Understand

When it comes to nutrition, many people are confused about what is natural and healthy. Some may be interested in a natural lifestyle and prefer natural alternatives to mainstream health solutions, while others may be dealing with chronic conditions or struggling to lose weight. What is nature’s intent? Two popular approaches to nutrition are often […]

Feed the Mind to Feed the Body

While it is true that our minds are amazing, such a statement does not quite capture their full potential. Of course, you are probably aware of the importance of maintaining a healthy brain, but this does not fully convey the significance of brain health. And while you may already know the value of nourishing your […]

Physical Activity and Overall Wellness and Resilience

A reader asked me about a recent study from the Tokyo Institute of Technology that said that daily strenuous exercise could shorten rather than prolong our lifespan. In their study, the authors theorize that excessive endurance training effectively neutralizes the usual benefits of exercise. I wanted to clarify a few things with my readers because […]

The Need for More Health Science in Health Care

When the sick are told to put their lives in the hands of someone unqualified to treat them, we know there is a problem. When the healthcare industry is complicit in the situation, we know there is a crisis. Nevertheless, this is the reality of the current health model. A fundamental change is necessary, and […]

Natural Treatment Options for Common Infections

Many natural treatment options are available for those dealing with common infections. Frankly, there are more options than I could ever write about in a single article. Some options are fantastic. Others, not so much. Research your options and consider the following. NOTE: What follows is a brief overview and a place to start looking […]

A Quick Note About Enzymes

I want to provide a word of caution about digestive enzymes. Yes, they work. Yes, there are times when taking digestive enzymes might be beneficial. This may be especially true if you are eating an enzyme-deficient diet, have been diagnosed with hypochlorhydria or achlorhydria, have a fungal infection, or are over 50 years of age […]

B Vitamins are Awesome

B-Vitamins, in general, are extremely important for a variety of reasons. Specifically, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12 — play an essential role in keeping our bodies running the way they should. I am personally a big fan of ensuring you get enough B12. B12 is a powerhouse. For example, it helps […]

A Few Things to Consider About Bacteria

Did you know that you have more bacteria in and on your body than you have cells? It’s true. The latest evidence suggests that roughly 39 trillion bacterial cells live among your 30 trillion human cells (Crew, 2016). So, in a sense, you are not entirely you. Instead, you are a walking home to countless […]

Should You Be Taking Vitamin C? If so, how much?

Vitamin C is an anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and antioxidant. Most people are already familiar with this handy little vitamin. However, most are unaware of its many uses or how much to take. As you may already know, studies have shown that Vitamin C is a co-factor for physiological reactions such as hormone production, collagen synthesis, and […]