Major news outlets are reporting that Covid-19 vaccines may be causing ITP. In this article, I explain ITP and review primary sources.
In this article, I discuss three different types of stress: panic, anxiety, and disappointment. I will address causes for each, and treatments that I have found helpful.
Training-recovery mismatch can take many forms. Perhaps the most notable form is called functional hypothalamic amenorrhea, or FHA for short.
All of my writing on the covid-19 mRNA vaccines is compiled in this one location. I’ll keep this up to date, with most recent information at the top of the post.
In this article on sleep, I share two ideas that I think are often overlooked in discussions on the topic: i) sleep as a contextual value ii) sound sleep as a result of sound living.
This article is meant to provide the information necessary to help you decide whether or not you want to take an mRNA vaccine for Covid-19.
What follows is an emergency physician’s account of his own case of appendicitis from diagnosis to recovery.
In this 3 minute video I demonstrate how to record your daily nutrition in Cronometer and how to learn from your experience.
In this 7 minute video tutorial, I show you how to calculate your macronutrient requirements in Cronometer.
There were good reasons to think that hydroxychloroquine would prevent or treat COVID-19.
Calculating your daily macronutrient requirements is a simple activity that can be done in 5 or 10 minutes, and is an essential step in formulating and understanding almost any nutrition plan.
Eating is a very automated, habitual process. After decades of eating a certain way, I’ve found that it is extremely challenging to make long-lasting significant changes to my diet. For me, and clients that I work with, tracking helps bring the process of eating into the conscious mind. This article explains how to track your nutrition using an app called Cronometer.