Pan-Seared Zucchini with Lemon Basil Drizzle

One of my favorite vegetables is pan-seared zucchini. I love the way it gets all blackened and crispy on the outside, and delicious on the inside. Zucchini is also one of the easiest vegetables to digest, making it a great healing food. So, when I came across this recipe by Whole Foods Market, I had […]

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What is SIBO?

SIBO

One of my specialties in practice is helping people who suffer from a condition we call SIBO which stands for Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. Many people who are diagnosed as having Irritable Bowel, Leaky Gut Syndrome and/or Candida overgrowth are actually dealing with a SIBO situation and don’t even realize it. Here is a blog article […]

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Google from a Doctor’s Perspective: Is it a Blessing or a Curse?

When I was a kid, if I’d get sick my mom would take me to the doctor. The doctor would do an exam, tell us what’s wrong, and then tell us what to do. I always got better. It was easy. We didn’t question it. Then I grew up and became a doctor. I thought it would […]

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Why Nutritional Supplements Don’t Work

why supplements don't work

Most people I know have, at one time or another, dabbled in the nutritional supplement playground. Information is readily available these days and people love to educate themselves on the benefits of supplements. They are written about in magazine articles, health food stores have entire sections devoted to books on supplements,  there’s Google, oh and this is […]

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Not All Detox Programs Are Created Equally

detox

Detoxing and cleansing are quite the trend these days. Let’s count. . .there’s the juice fast, the raw food cleanse, the lemon juice-cayenne-maple syrup “Master” cleanse, the colon cleanse, liver cleanse, gall bladder flush, the homeopathic detox, the detox-in-a-box, the candida cleanse, the parasite cleanse, the coffee enema, the wheat grass enema, you can go […]

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Creamy Vegetable Soup

Now that I don’t eat much dairy, one thing I really miss is creamy soups. And who doesn’t love a rich, warm, creamy, delicious bowl of soup? So, I created a recipe that tastes and has the feel, texture and experience of a creamed soup, but without the dairy. And it’s so versatile, you can […]

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Chronicle Through My Own 14-Day Detox

I’m feeling pretty excited and optimistic about this cleanse. Although I’ve been detoxing for over 20 years, it’s been a while since I’ve invested in myself and my health this deeply, so I have confidence that the effort will pay off nicely! I’m using this post as a diary of my personal experience on this […]

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I can’t believe I’m admitting this to you

I’m about to let you in on some infrequently shared information. Being that I am a doctor, offering nutritional solutions to physical problems, I have this big reputation to uphold and so it would only be appropriate for me to walk my talk and eat healthy. Except, well. . . I don’t know about you, […]

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Grain-free Pumpkin Bread

I used to love to bake, but once I figured out that my body feels so much better when I eat a relatively grain-free diet, I sort-of just stopped. Most gluten-free, grain-free recipes are dry, flavorless and taste like sawdust. But THIS recipe is too good to keep to myself. Ingredients: 3 eggs 1/4 cup […]

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Superfood Cocktail Recipes

If you joined us for the Grand Reopening of The Health Dimension, you got to sample our Superfood Cocktail recipes. Everyone wanted to know what was in them, how to make them and what the superfood benefits were. So here you go: Sparkling Ginger Cocktail Ingredients: Grated ginger Natural sweetener of choice Sparkling water Method: Using a […]

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