Updating Your Resolutions

Bye Bye January!  Didn’t that go fast!! We are about to land in February so it’s a great time to look at your resolutions and your life in general. The year is still young but time moves faster in our society if it’s possible. A long time ago I made a wonderful supplement called Instant

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The Best Medicine

The Best Medicine I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “Humor is the Best Medicine” before. Ironically, its not far from the truth. Over the past couple days I have indeed had some humorous reflections that have tempered some of the stings, slings and arrows of everyday life. Several reconnections with old friends sharing stores from

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The Missing Secret of Achievement

The Missing Secret of Achievement The more time I spend on this planet and the more people I meet the more I recognize the Principle of Yin and Yang. On a macro level I interpret it to mean that there is always a balance between things. All things! That means work, play, love, grief, anger,

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Day One Of Our Annual Holiday Sale Is Here!!!

Ok! It’s time to kick off the celebration! There are a few items to cover before we get started. Supplies are indeed limited and we are unable to control the supply chain. Someone clearly is but it is not us! If you see something on sale don’t wait. Buy It Right away because when we run out

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Sleep Apnea and Disordered Sleep Syndromes

It’s no secret that America does not sleep well! Pre-crisis levels of 50% of people suffering from difficulty falling/staying asleep are probably underestimates in this climate of health crisis, economic crisis, and the Holiday Season. In addition, the medical establishment has moved Sleep Apnea and other sleep disorders from a typical board question to a

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What Causes the other “C”

So, I am not talking about a virus but another scourge that is not to be named fully except in accredited medical journals. This illness is rarely cured, often deadly, and little progress has been made in death rates in metastatic disease. The current ongoing research is primarily genetic, looking for oncogenes which often are

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Simple not Sexy!

Back in the day when I used to lecture to large audiences- before people were terrified of large gatherings- I always spend some time on high blood sugars, diabetes, and pre-diabetes. That audience usually went to sleep at that point because, well, they had heard it all before. Most doctors are fairly well-versed in handling

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Pick Just One Thing!

I must admit I have enjoyed meeting and talking to my customers and supporters over the years. It is a true adage, you become like the people you spend your time with!  This is one of the reasons I never stopped traveling during the unmentionable “Cvd” thing.  I don’t like sitting still and sitting on

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Luck, Stuck, Sticky, and Satisfaction

One of the things I have noticed in life is that if you can enjoy at least one part of your day, or be satisfied or even proud of one achievement, the rest of the day usually goes better. Of course, sometimes the shxt hits the fan and the day is not what you would

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Black Friday Special!

We just got in some replacement stock on our wonderful mitochondrial supplement Toco Q If you are not familiar with this one it is a combination of the well known mitochondrial health properties of tried, true and tested Ubiquinol (reduced Co Q) and the amazing and underutilized anti-aging supplement and anti-oxidant, tocotrienol. No one else

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On Your Own – Waiting for the Next Virus?

I had an enjoyable walk through the Autumn woods this morning with an old friend. My friend whom we’ll call Dave (actually his real name!) is a very recently retired ER doc who is my age. Naturally we compared notes as we often do. The topic of viral infection and immunity came up. This is

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Overfed and Malnourished

To say we live in interesting times may be a bit of an understatement. Certainly the events of the moment are unsettling and compelling at once. But we also live in interesting times historically from a social evolutionary standpoint. There has even a juxtaposition of body habitus and health based on food availability, true, but

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