When is the last time you took a moment to consider where you fall on the spectrum of health and disease? I don’t mean whether you’re experiencing “symptoms”, but rather whether you’re living life under the terms you control and desire. Most people never take the time to consider this option. They simply follow habitual […]

Nearly 70% of the U. S. population suffers from overweight or obesity. When people finally decide the road to ongoing weight gain must change, they focus their attention on food plans designed for weight loss. Although this seems to be a logical approach, it fails to achieve LONG TERM results greater than 95% of the […]

For more than three years I have shared realities about health, nutrition and exercise that many have never been exposed to. It has elicited reactions that have ranged from simple curiosity to extreme outrage. These realities have demonstrated the harms we’ve faced following industry guidelines established by organizations with conflicting interests. These conflicting interests often […]

The title of this post is NOT controversial. Every health care professional knows vaccines injure some percentage of the population. The vaccine courts have awarded nearly 4 billion dollars in injury compensation to parents of vaccine injured children. Rather than debating whether we should or shouldn’t vaccinate our children (and adults,) why not discuss a […]

Children will follow their parent’s guidance because the parent is a figure of authority “accepting responsibility.” Students will follow their teacher’s guidance because the teacher is a figure of authority “accepting responsibility.” Workers will follow their manager’s guidance because the manager is a figure of authority “accepting responsibility.” Farmers will follow the chemical company’s guidance […]

When it comes to health, human nature seems to rely on SYMPTOMS. These tangible disruptions provide the proof we need in order to accept that something is wrong. This approach to health and disease supports ALL major industries including medical, agricultural, pharmaceutical and chemical. It does so by withholding factual truths from the consumer who […]

Leaving political parties and biases aside, let the following example be a common sense explanation for challenging the “thinking” of those placed in positions affecting our food sources. The picture above is Sam Clovis. He is a radio talk show host that studied political science and business administration in college. He is being considered for […]