Your Belly and Your Brain

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Ever been waiting for a job interview or a big test and find that your bowels are suddenly very loose? Perhaps, at some point,  you’ve received such bad news that you actually felt sick to your stomach? Maybe your kids … Continued

It’s Time for a Plan

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I was recently reading some health oriented research and was alarmed by the statistics. I was alarmed not only by the statistics but also at the fact that so many of the problems have real solutions both on the proactive … Continued

Leading Your Appetite

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Proverbs 23:2   And put a knife to thy throat, if thou [be] a man given to appetite. Is it wrong to have a hefty appetite? Absolutely not. Appetite is normal; and in fact, it’s necessary in life. Appetites push you … Continued

Cultivate Your Health and Healing

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Isaiah 58:11 The Lord will guide you continually, watering your life when you are dry and keeping you healthy, too. You will be like a well watered garden like an ever-flowing spring. The large juicy orange is what people see … Continued

Starting Young

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Can you imagine if I took my kids to the dentist for the first time when they were 14 years old, and I had never taught them to brush and floss? It would be a disaster. The dentist would certainly … Continued

The Most Important Thing

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This is one of the most exciting times of the year for me as a doctor. The reason I love “The New Year” so much is because it’s a time when people around the world are filled with fresh vision … Continued

Don’t Make Resolutions!

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Every time I am out of the office, it reinforces how much I love being a part of this amazing place and how much I love being a part of your lives. Weird as it sounds, I think about you guys … Continued

Why Do We Do It?

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People are 300 times more motivated by what they want to avoid vs. what they hope for. Example: if you tell someone to do jumping jacks because it’ll improve their energy and cardiovascular health, they might do some when they … Continued