Run your labwork. Your health is too important to go by what “someone else” says. Avoid the one-size-fits-all approach to your diet and fitness and get on a plan that works for you for the long haul.
We sure have been inundated with viral news over the past 3 months, and we empahsized covering our mouths more than addressing what we put in them.
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.
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 →