Weekly Health Tip

  • Water and Cancer

    February 17, 2019

    I took a class once from an optometrist who talked about the difference in people with near-sighted and far-sighted issues. They learned in WWII that far-sighted people do not do well in a submarine. Whereas near-sighted people, when stressed, will hunker down and work. Far-sighted people need to take a broad look, like from an airplane.

    And so it is with health. Sometimes we need to step back and take a bigger look at what we are doing. There is no use worrying about taking the right supplements when you are drinking water that is not purified. I like to give you hard evidence because it isn’t just my opinion.

    Read this article about how chlorine is associated with cancer and that almost all municipalities use chlorine in their water. For good health, you must filter your water. It is a first step toward health.

    Personally, I like to swim but find it impossible as the chlorine is on my skin for the rest of the day. Just walking into the pool area, the chlorine smell makes me feel I’m being drugged.

Previous Health Tips

  • Stem Cells

    February 7, 2019 It is fabulous when we can use our own cells to heal our body. That is what stem cells do. I don’t offer stem cells in my practice, but because my patients might need them, I like to learn about them. Here is a link to a docu-series about ... read more
  • Plastics

    February 5, 2019 Everyone has heard about the huge amount of plastics that fil our oceans and how that affects the fish and the ecosystem.  But did you know that they are now finding plastic in humans?  It is true and as you might guess it is an insult to our health.  The body wasn’t made to ... read more
  • Nails

    January 22, 2019 We have a good deal of attention focused on our nails these days. Nails become more of a health issue as we get older and especially if a person is diabetic.   As people get older and are limited in bending and reaching their toes, the nails become more problematic.  Toenails are often very ... read more
  • Here is the Proof!

    January 14, 2019 Perhaps I’ve talked with you over the years about stress and emotions and how they affect your physiology.  It is one thing to understand problems with your mind, but another to help the body de-stress from the event. A research project was completed on the NeuroEmotional Techique, which is the work ... read more
  • Your Knees

    January 8, 2019 We are in the midst of winter.   People have been getting sick right and left.  If you can’t shake your coughing and feeling sick, come in and see me!  I’ll help you. The knees are so important. I probably don’t have anyone disagreeing.  When you complain that the inside of your knee ... read more
  • 2019

    January 1, 2019 HAPPY NEW YEAR! It is a time of new beginnings.  We don’t get a do-over, but we get to start again.  That is important to our mindset.  And in reality, each day we get to start again. It is a time of reflection:  what worked well and what needs improvement.  There are ... read more
  • The Best Gift

    December 24, 2018 Over the years we realize the best gift we can give ourself is to really know ourself.  That takes time and contemplation.  If you haven’t given it the time and attention you deserve, there is no better time than now!  Gift yourself. May the coming year give you opportunity after opportunity ... read more
  • Nature or Nurture?

    December 16, 2018 As we visit with family this holiday season, please remember that the CDC says genetics only account for 10% of diseases.  I hear people say, “well my mom had this disease and I am afraid I will.”  Or something like, “she is bound to be ___ with her genetics.”  That ... read more
  • Brain Health

    December 12, 2018 Think back when you were a kid.  Did you know any adults who had Alzheimer’s?  If you are even close to my age, the answer might be no.  I grew up with grandparents, so I was probably around more older people than most.  I did not know anyone who had ... read more
  • The Holidays and Food

    December 4, 2018 The holidays are great fun entertaining or going to parties.  People tend to meet at restaurants more these days than at home. I hear so many complaints about “all of the food.” I understand.  That is why the first of the year is known for dieting. As my aunt used to say, “I’m ... read more
  • Gifting

    November 27, 2018 It is the holiday season. No matter what holiday you celebrate, if gift giving is a part of it, you want to be smart about gifting.  I remember an elderly woman in my hometown. She was beloved by many.  She had a home and didn’t need “stuff.”  She said many times, “if ... read more
  • Thankful for You!

    November 19, 2018 I am thankful for you, my patients and friends.  I consider it an honor for you to trust me with your body and health.  I love what I do.   You allow me the opportunity to do what I love to do most.  Thank you! The big word these days is inflammation.  ... read more
  • Breathing on the Run

    November 13, 2018 Normally, I am in the office around the Thanksgiving holiday, but this year I will be in San Diego. Please call or text if you need to get in This time of year pulls our energy.  We want to participate in all the festivities without overwhelming our body.  Everyone knows to stay ... read more
  • Vaxxed

    November 5, 2018 There is a prediction that by 2025, 1 in 2 children will be autistic.  That is a heavy, heavy statistic. And it was made by an MIT graduate. If you want to understand what the fuss is regarding autism vs. vaccines, an easily digestible way to see who says what  is ... read more