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  • Heart Disease/Cholesterol; Busting the Myths: Part 2 of 2
    Keeping up with which foods to eat and which ones to avoid could be a full-time job. Twenty years ago, doctors told us to stay Read more
  • Heart Disease/Cholesterol. Part 1 of 2
    For the last half century, the medical establishment has vigorously promoted the notion that high cholesterol is a primary risk factor for coronary heart disease, and that a Read more
  • If Your Spine Was On Your Face....
    "If your spine was on your face, you would take better care of it?" In today's society, many people place their focus on 'looking good' and Read more
  • What's The Big Deal About Vitamin D??
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  • How to avoid the winter blues and beat the blah.
    Brrr. The string of consecutive gray days on top of going from 65 degrees to 25 degrees in whiplash speed here in Middle Tennessee has made the chill Read more
  • New Year, New You!
    I hope that 2013 has gotten off to a good start for you. Personally, I always like this time of year. For me, it is Read more
  • Ladies, are the shoes worth the pain??
    Millions of women around the world wear high heels with regularity. Recent research has shown that high heels have a detrimental effect on physiological health, indicating that women should think Read more
  • The Importance of Fever
    Childhood fevers can be frightening, mostly because they are misunderstood. Do you know that fever is your body's normal response to healing? In general, my advice is that Read more
  • Germs Do Not Cause Disease
    We've all been taught that germs are bad and they are lurking around every corner, waiting to invade defenseless humans. We go to great lengths Read more
  • Find a Farmer
    Somebody break out the Willie Nelson tunes. I want to do a little Farm Aid today and talk about supporting the local farmer. I realize Read more
  • Thank You
    The holiday season is already upon us...'Tis the season for Thanksgiving, turkey (if you eat meat), pumpkin pie, football and family time. Thanksgiving truly is a time for celebrating with Read more
  • Theoretical Causes of Autism
    Autism is a developmental disorder that appears in the first 3 years of life, and affects the brain's normal development of social and communication skills. Autism is a physical condition Read more
  • Money & Politics
    So I hear there is a Presidential Election going on today? Ha, just kidding. I think we are all well aware that today is Election Day. I also think most Read more
  • What's The Deal With Grass-Fed??
    Last week's blog, Know Your Polyunsaturated Fats, discussed the importance of knowing the difference in Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids. This week, I would Read more
  • Know Your Polyunsaturated Fats...
    Dietary fat can be classified as either saturated or unsaturated. Unsaturated fats can be further divided into monounsaturated (olive oil is about 75% this type) Read more
  • Cold and Flu Season Doesn't Scare Me...
    So another cold and flu season is upon us. Guess what? I am going to do the same thing I have been doing for the last ten years. What is Read more

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