How to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving

How to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving

Time really is flying by and we’re only a little over a week away from Thanksgiving! Personally, it is one of my favorite holidays as it is a wonderful day with family and gives everyone a chance to take some time to think about what we are thankful for. However, ...
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Three Essentials to Stay Healthy This Halloween

Three Essentials to Stay Healthy This Halloween

Happy Halloween! Halloween is one of the more fun nights all across America, with families and kids walking around trick-or-treating. However, it is also a night that can lead to a lot of kids coming down with a cold, or worse, the flu. Below are three essentials to follow to ...
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Three Healthy Treats to Give on Halloween

Three Healthy Treats to Give on Halloween

Growing up I remember being so excited for Halloween every year. Not only was it an opportunity to dress like whoever my favorite athlete or superhero was at the time, but also an excuse to eat copious amounts of candy! At school teachers and fellow students would give out candy, ...
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It’s Time to Reconsider Low Dose Aspirin

It’s Time to Reconsider Low Dose Aspirin

Last week three new studies came out that showed that taking low dose daily aspirin may actually cause more harm then it does good. I spoke about this on CW PIX 11. The study focused on older patients, with the median age of 74. First, the subjects of the study ...
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Seven Nutritious and Delicious Foods

Seven Nutritious and Delicious Foods

Too many people think that healthy food doesn’t taste good! Last Friday I posted this (above) video of a sizzling plate of Seafood Toban Yaki. I captioned the post “I love eating seafood, it’s so delicious and nutritious! It’s amazing how important eating healthy food is for our bodies.”  I ...
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Winning Back To School - Part 3 - The Five Keys To Staying Healthy

Winning Back To School – Part 3 – The Five Keys To Staying Healthy

It’s crazy how quickly it went from feeling like summer to getting into the routine of a new school year. Two weeks ago I wrote part one of my Winning Back to School series, Three Tips to Have a Healthy Start to the School Year. I emphasized the importance of ...
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Nutrition is all about eating good foods; this dates back to our ancestors. Things were purer in those times. The soil that foods were grown in back in the day was not loaded with pollution or runoff from companies. This is why I developed my own supplement line. I wanted something that was very clean. I know the companies I deal with and the people on a personal level. We have to change the way we look at nutrition to make sure that we are getting good nutrition. To do this one has to choose the right foods and resources along with continued education. Everything we put into our bodies becomes incorporated into our DNA to make us work, make our bodies work, to stay healthy or—on the flip side—could cause inflammation. Thinking about mindful foods, as in asking, “would that be a food that my DNA would like to be incorporated with?” will help aid our decisions on good nutrition.

To maintain a good doctor patient relationship requires communication between both parties. This is above my three pillars. Nutrition is important, not only as a form of medicine but to treat illness. Your body is a machine that the good Lord provides, and it works all day and needs a whole lot of energy. If you think of your body as a machine, you will start to think twice about what you are putting into it and have it work for as long we can work it. The key with nutrition is eating mindful foods. Mindful foods means a can of sardines with Omega-3 fatty acids that are good for the brain and heart, or Brussels sprouts that are loaded with vitamins and minerals.

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