The Medicalization of Life. . .The continuing saga Did you know that science doesn’t support and the U.S. Task Force on Preventative Medicine doesn’t recommend yearly physical exams for most people? Did you know that science doesn’t support & US Preventative Medicine Task Force doesn’t recommend the use of low dose aspirin to prevent a primary cardiovascular event in people under 50 or over 70? Further, they only recommend it[…]
New Black box warnings including cardiac death & an increased likelihood of flareups of the condition the drug is designed to prevent. . .
Heart Health: Knowledge is Power Last week another local Facebook friend underwent heart bypass surgery and once again I witnessed the common social media reaction: prayers for his safety and quick recovery, shock that this was happening to another seemingly healthy person, tons of well-wishes and genuine concern. All of which I share. Still, for me, once again there is disappointment and even anger. Anger at the Medical Industrial Complex[…]
A Randomized Controlled Study of Parachutes; For Real! You could file this under “they (the most renowned medical journals) will publish anything.” But that would miss the point. (Note: this WAS published in the Christmas issue; an annual light-hearted look at health & medicine. Though studies in it ARE held to usual standards) These researchers set out to upset the norm and they did. The history: for over 20 years,[…]
(sorry if you opened an email sent yesterday that inadvertently published too soon) Ever feel confused about what to eat to maintain health? Who hasn’t? Ever wonder where some recommendations come from and who you should trust? I know, even as a lifetimes healthcare provider and proverbial health nut, sometimes I, myself have been confused. The thing is, there are standard and straightforward answer for much of this stuff. The[…]
Simple Life Lessons from Cycle-Touring Last month, my husband & I went a 2 week bicycling trip in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts; starting in Bangor, Maine and ending in Southern Massachusetts. Yes; just us, our gear & bikes; no car, fully contained. This was the first tour we have been on in many years and it gave me a chance to re-connect the incredible feelings of freedom & power[…]
Five More Simple Answers to More Energy NOW: In my last blog, we talked about starting your day right and other simple changes. Here are a few more: Make sure you’re drinking enough water. Dehydration can make you feel tired.Many formulas for ‘enough’ exist. However, it’s pretty well-recognized that we can lose up to 8 cups of fluid per day through normal metabolism. Therefore, I usually suggest 64oz. to up[…]
5 Simple & Healthy Answers to More Energy NOW Drag yourself out of bed; stumble through the morning routine till you get that cup of coffee (or 2 or 3 for some). Then you’re ok till about 2pm when you need the quick sugar rush to get to the day’s end. Does this sound like the basis of your work-a-day life? It’s a reality for far too many of us;[…]
Chocolate: Minimum 70% Raw Cacoa Salmon: A 3 ounce serving Green Tea The Latest News about Good-for –You Foods Chocolate: Wondered if all the hype about chocolate being good for you is true? Well, for sure the cheap milk & sugar laden kind isn’t but a REAL study at Loma Linda University show EEG proof that chocolate (minimum 70% raw cacoa): reduces stress and inflammation Improves immunity, memory and mood […]
Headline: Worst Flu Season in Years. Vaccine Purported to be Less than 10% Effective
They’re selling FEAR; actually they’re giving it away for free. What can you do?
Natural safe & effective help is here: