In my last column I wrote about the difficulties often encountered when it comes to diagnosing and treating Chronic Lyme Disease and it’s co-infections. In this column, my goal is to further expand on this topic. With Lyme disease being the FASTEST growing vector-borne disease...

In my last column, I mentioned a recent patient suffering from debilitating fatigue, joint and muscle pain, digestive complaints, and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, among other concerns. She had perfect bloodwork and had seen multiple physicians and specialists for her individual complaints, suffering with chronic...

I recently encountered a 45 year old female in my clinic experiencing symptoms ranging from anxiety, depression and brain fog to nasal congestion, migraine headaches, watery eyes, runny nose, and bouts of tachycardia (racing heart). This patient was also struggling with debilitating chronic fatigue and...

Have you ever wondered how or why it is that some people appear to be 5, 10 or even 15 years younger than their actual age while others appear to look and act years older? We often attribute to this phenomenon to genetics, however did...

As the general public continues to get on board with a more ancestral health mentality around the way our bodies were designed to thrive, I’d like to bring attention to another “element” that is just as important as food, water, oxygen, and sunlight. This key...

How would you rate your memory and cognitive function?  Do you often find yourself walking into a room only to realize you don’t remember what you came for? Or opening the fridge and then blanking on what you were originally seeking? While many attribute these...

As I consider stress and it’s correlation to health and disease, I find myself viewing this relationship much like the “chicken or the egg” scenario. While studies undeniably show that chronic stress has been shown to impair the immune, cardiovascular, neuroendocrine and central nervous systems...

The American Opioid Crisis Part 3: Dietary Interventions In my last two articles I’ve covered the topic of pain management by first bringing light to the current opioid crises and, in my last article, discussing alternative therapies for reducing pain. I feel that I can’t wrap...

The American Opioid Crisis Part 2: Natural Therapies If you’ve read my past column on the Opioid Crisis in America, you can understand how my mind is still spinning. Until I really dug in and collected all of the data on this “National Public-Health Emergency”, as...

To Supplement, OR Not Supplement What does your dietary supplement regimen look like? When it comes to the patients I regularly work with in practice, I find that there are generally 2 types of people- those who drastically over-supplement (oftentimes with poor quality products that are...