In reading my past columns, most have probably caught on to the fact that I am a huge advocate of utilizing natural resources for preventing and managing many of today’s common and chronic health conditions. This is the reason that I actively promote the Paleo...

Recently a handful of researchers at Stanford University conducted a study to better understand the health benefits of organic foods compared to their conventionally grown counterparts. This study, which included the use of 237 short term (2 days to 2 years in duration) reports, led...

Is the Paleo Diet- healthy or hoax? It honestly blows my mind that there remains any question about the validity of a Paleo or ancestral diet, yet it seems that on a weekly basis I hear negative (and oftentimes downright ignorant) claims around this lifestyle....

My Beef with Conventional Beef As a Healthcare Practitioner, Natural Bodybuilder, and die hard advocate of the importance in diet when it comes to preventing and treating disease, I’d like to take a few moments to discuss my personal knowledge and opinion about America’s favorite meat:...

As I promote the Paleo lifestyle among my patients, colleagues, friends and family, I am often met with puzzled looks and skepticism. It’s not surprising that many have a hard time understanding why removing things like grains, dairy, and soy from one’s diet would possibly...

A while back my wife and I took a road trip to rural Eastern Oregon to visit family. This trip was like any other as we began with a loaded cooler of Paleo-friendly fare and endured a weekend of interrogation around why my gluten-sensitive wife...

The Magnitude of Gluten-Free Living In the last issue of Paleo Magazine, I discussed my wife's recent life-changing diagnoses of gluten sensitivity and probable full-blown Celiac Disease (as indicated with elevated anti-transgulataminase antibodies as well the rest of her saliva test lighting up like a Christmas...

Nine Years of Suffering - One Simple Answer My wife, Cassie, has shown symptoms of gluten sensitivity or Celiac Disease (CD) for as long as she can remember. She was labeled a "slow learner" in Elementary school (now they would likely call it ADHD), then migraine...