Prevention is one step toward cold and flu, and arguable the most important one. But what about when you just get it? Read on…
Carbs are “known” to support endurance exercise; cyclists and runners hold the 4-calories-per-gram carbohydrate as an irreplaceable necessity for athletic performance. But what if this were not true, what if… read more →
Ferritin is the most common deficiency that can predict stress fractures in active people. All athletes should screen for at least Vitamin D and Ferritin regularly.
LP(a) is a useful test to assess your heart disease risk but should be done as part of an intelligent blood test, Blood Code panel.
Richard Maurer, ND Sully, a 58-year-old adventurous and healthy man, shared his confusion with me at our first visit. His primary care doctor recommended a statin, on top of his… read more →