Sep 28, 2018
Not a week goes by that I don't speak with someone who is dealing with significant chronic pain and limited mobility in either their knee, back, hip, neck, ankle, or shoulder.
One hundred percent of the time they are being treated with steroids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and are usually trying to delay...
Sep 27, 2018
Got a Cut? Digestive Problems? Metabolic Syndrome? Ulcers? Maybe aloe can help.
Today, on the podcast we are going to discuss six uses of aloe vera that are clinically proven by scientific research and some recommended ways to incorporate aloe into your routine if you would like to take advantage of these...
Sep 26, 2018
An article was published last week in the Huffington post discussing why everything that we know about obesity is wrong.
I think it was a pretty good article. But, rather than give you my thoughts on the article, I want to give you my thoughts on the topic and let you make your own decision about...
Sep 25, 2018
Every single year most of us will come down with some sort of cold/cough.
Most people's standard procedure is to rely on over the counter cough suppressants until it gets bad enough to go to the doctor which typically results in stronger cough suppressants and most likely an antibiotic.
I've talked about the danger of...
Sep 24, 2018
There are two types of hard:
1) The challenge of getting up and doing the work that you need to do
2) The challenge of dealing with the consequences of not doing the work that you need to do.
You get to choose which one that you want to deal with.
Today on the podcast, I am going to discuss the dichotomy of hard and...