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Ketogenic Diet Q & A

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I received a plethora of questions after my 1/11/17 blog post titled How I Reversed my Type 2 Diabetes and Why No Diet is One Size Fits All. After 30 some years of being told fats were bad for us, especially saturated fats, quite a few people had a hard time processing that my new diet which is high in fat […]

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How I Reversed my Type 2 Diabetes and Why No Diet is One Size Fits All

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I have spent the last 10 months studying the role nutrition plays in healing ill health. In March of 2016, I was diagnosed with Metabolic Syndrome due to an abnormally high fasting blood sugar, which was in the diabetic range, high total cholesterol, tryiglycerides and LDLs with a borderline high blood pressure. This came as complete shock to me. I […]

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Why Grow a Delicious, Nutritious, and Inexpensive Garden in Your Own Kitchen?

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I love to garden. There is something that fills my soul when I watch the miracle of a seed coming into its full potential. It never ceases to amaze me how something as small as an acorn holds the power to manifest a mighty oak tree. I ponder how much information is held in each individual seed and how powerful […]

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Is Your Microbiome Happy?

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  <This article was written by good friend and colleague, Charan Surdhar.  Charan is an Geneticist turned Epigeneticist and is also a Certified Body Code practioner.> Fact: If we took all the cells of your body and looked at them individually, what we would find is that between 90% – 99% of them are micro-organisms, and between 10% – 1% are human […]

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Take a Deep Breath

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Think back to a time when you were really sad or upset, but you felt the need to stifle your tears. Now think of a time when you were really mad but needed to keep your anger in check. How did your body respond to these directives from your mind? Chances are you throat clamped down and your belly clenched, […]

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The Power of Fun

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I am a child of Depression Era parents.  A “strong work ethic” was modeled, respected and reinforced.  My mother hit the floor moving and went pretty much non-stop until 6:30 when it was cocktail hour.  Then busy again until time for bed.  The word fun was rarely in her vocabulary.  We never went anywhere just for the fun of it.  […]

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How’d you Sleep?

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Why is Sleep so Important? If you are having difficulty sleeping, it may be causing more serious problems other than feeling exhausted and cranky. According to several online medical sites referencing clinical studies, sleep deprivation can contribute to several illnesses – among them obesity, diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, and it can inhibit your ability to manage glucose levels. Other […]

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Stress Free Zone

Practice this “One Thing” and Reduce a Whole Lot of Stress

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You know how important it is to reduce stress in you life. Stress leads to breakdowns in the two most important areas of your life – your health and your relationships. That’s all I’m going to say about why. What you really want to know is how! The biggest reason you are stressed is not all the chaos that is […]

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Heart Intelligence

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I remember back to seventh grade science when I first learned about the heart. I had a severe crush on my teacher, Mr. Veliet, and everyday when I walked into his class my heart started beating faster and when he spoke I hung on every word he said. Simultaneously I desired for him to look my way, giving me some […]

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Long Journey

My Journey from Rational Local Newtonian Therapy to Wacky Non-Local Quantum Therapy

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My work, and how I conduct my work, has totally transformed over the last decade. Prior to discovering energy psychology, I was a dyed-in-the-wool cognitive behavior therapist. So how did I go from conducting mainstream classic mental health treatment, sitting across from my client in an office, to working with people at a distance? Some of you may be asking […]

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