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You Belong Here, So Step in.

You Belong Here, So Step in.

I spent my elementary school years among hundreds of other barefoot tootsies and digits.  As soon as we arrived at school each day, all of the students ripped velcro apart, untied laces, and freed our feet from our shoes.  It was my school's policy that all children must remain barefoot inside and outside during school hours.  This meant that my feet didn’t go back into their synthetic protectors until it was time for me to walk home.  It was like that for all seasons, all activities, including our outdoor gym classes and field days.  

Restarting Your 7-Year Clock

Restarting Your 7-Year Clock

For good or ill, your current state of health has taken your lifetime to develop up to this point. In other words, your health is the long-term accumulation of your history and environment, and whatever daily habits, attitudes and activities you have practiced, knowingly or unknowingly.  

Stop using Toilet Cleaner for your Mouth! The Surprising Link Between Oral Health & Alzheimer’s Disease

Stop using Toilet Cleaner for your Mouth! The Surprising Link Between Oral Health & Alzheimer’s Disease

Everyone knows that we have bacteria in our mouths, but does that mean we should try to disinfect and bleach them like a toilet bowl or a kitchen sink so they are 99.9% germ free?

Before You See The Doctor (Or Us!)…

Before You See The Doctor (Or Us!)…

If you are not taking these basic steps daily, they are almost certainly contributing to your symptoms.  If you genuinely feel like your symptoms are life-threatening, by all means visit your local ER.  If not, hit pause for a few days and see if you can notice positive changes from increasing your level of attention to self-care.

The Responsibility to Be Curious

The Responsibility to Be Curious

Fearing the unknown is natural, but ignoring it can be fatal.  When we become aware of sudden changes in our symptomology—our physical, mental, and emotional expressions of what is happening right now—our first reaction does not need to be denial or a terrified “Oh, no!”. 

Reflux: Too Much or Too Little Acid?

Reflux:  Too Much or Too Little Acid?

A client recently asked for some help with explaining to friends and acquaintances more about how low stomach acid can cause acid reflux and other downstream dysfunctions in the body.

Hang on—LOW stomach acid can cause acid reflux?

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