Should you? Depends on what’s going on with you. If you are struggling with any sort of chronic pain, digestive issue, weight loss plateau, skin issue, brain fog, anxiety depression, fatigue or less than ideal sleep, a food elimination diet might be a great choice for you. Doing something different if you’re not getting the […]
The 15-15-15 then 8-12 reps Set Structure For Resistance Training This is the single most effective way for building muscle and getting results for people over 38 years old I have ever seen. I have been helping people lose weight for over 20 years, at one point had over 30 locations inside gyms across the […]
Here is a Link to Dr CS Talking about this Semaglutide was recently approved by the FDA to treat obesity under the brand name Wegovy. This study published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows why. The average person lost 14.9% of their body mass or 33.7 lbs. Which is pretty impressive but how […]
Your body treats alcohol like a poison. It shuts down all your other metabolic pathways to focus on metabolizing the alcohol. Alcohol will shut down fat burning for 12 to 36 hours depending on the dose and the individual. That is why we like patients to only drink the day before and the day of […]
This is a great question. One I have thought about for a long time. I feel like I have a pretty good idea now and I am going to lay out the case right here. I am attacking the consumption of a common food. I think if you are going to do this you need to make a strong case scientifically. We need very clear epidemiological data, mechanistic/metabolic pathway data and experimental/clinical trial data. Okay so now for the context.
There is so much you cannot control and there are so many unknowns. I do not think enough people are talking about simple inexpensive things that can be done to boost immune systems and reduce risk.
There is no way for us to know. He wrote it is arrogance stemming from complete ignorance to think we know it is bad. Steve Jobs thought death might be the single greatest invention of life.
No, you probably have a life, and have not spent hours over the last few weeks learning about epidemiology. But I have watched all the shows that I ever wanted to watch and there are no sports on at all. So I read and think a lot about COVID-19. I try to keep an open mind, ask questions and learn from the available data as it comes out.
Framing is a glass half full/half empty concept that can have an effect on your emotions and what you focus on. Which oncologist would you rather have? The one that gives you a 20% chance of dying, or the one that gives you an 80% chance of living? This might seem a little bit ridiculous but patients do better/feel better under the second one.