Nutritional debates will never end. Most debates have the starting point of ‘XYZ food item as being good or bad?’ This is why the debate will never be settled. People are trying to create a scientific argument within a moral framework. This is when nutrition turns into religion or dogma.
What happens when you leave the corporate world to pursue your life’s purpose, passion, and mission? You might end up really sick. What happens when that life’s passion is potentially wrecking your health? Do you double down and work harder? Do you change course? Do you give up the dream?
Follow Lynn’s journey from Washington DC to a farm outside of Austin, Tx and the toll pursuing one’s passion can have on your health. But also follow Lynn’s incredibly inspiring words that helped her pick her self up and create health so she can continue to pursue her passion and life’s work.
A wife, author, future 90 year old bad ass, and race horse rescuer, Lynn has fought hard through Hashimoto’s, arthritic pain and inflammation, fatigue, and plenty of natural disasters.
It’s cool to have people ask how the experiment is going. Honestly, it has been hard to quantify until I started hearing fellow gym goers talk about the workout load from last week (the week of January 14) and how they felt wrecked. I look back at what we did and hearing how sore they were, last week’s workout load has given my experience with the Somaderm gel new light as I haven’t been sore at all.
Hey, Dr. Kurt here and I want to tell you about our signature program here at Dr. Kurt’s Place called YOUniversity with the emphasis and goal of guiding you to Read More
Whether it’s a blood or a scratch test, I think testing for food allergies and sensitivities is overrated. These are reactions to disruptions higher up the food chain (pun intended). Consider a few of these tests before testing your food reactions.
My two oldest kids join me today with an experiment of having a conversation about health with kids. I can’t guarantee there’s no reference to poop or male body parts. Short and sweet, and definitely a little loud in the ears at times, here’s a glimpse of the Perkins boys at home.
You’re waking up from surgery, getting your bearings, and trying to figure out what bus just hit you. As the anesthesia is wearing off and you’re being loaded up with pain meds, you realize you chose for this trauma to happen and you want to get back to normal day life as quickly as possible.
Surgery might be the solution you need but for the health conscious person, the risks of interventions used are always at the top of the mind. There are the effects Read More
A common complaints of systemic inflammatory conditions like brain fog, auto-immune disorders, and even chronic pain is the ability to make decisions.
A question I get often is, “why should someone avoid gluten even if they don’t have a sensitivity to it?”