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Fatigue and Tired of it all

26 Jun

Do you know someone (you?) that has not felt well in years even though this person (you?) is doing “all the right things”? Here is a brief story about a woman who we met at a Health and Wellness Expo I spoke at 6 months ago. Long story short, she began our complete program. All […]

Fatigue, Diarrhea, Depressed — Celebrity Sited In Clinic

8 Mar

Yes, we have had treated celebrities in our clinic; a rock star, several reality TV stars, entertainers, but none compare to the one we are working on. Without our knowing, Ms. T’s case was written up in a national newsletter sent to doctors. I was reading several case presentations when I got to one and […]

Thyroid

27 Nov

How is your thyroid doing? Is it working? You may have a number of symptoms that indicate a low functioning thyroid, or you may have symptoms that show signs of high functioning thyroid. How do you know? You have to run some tests to know for sure. Simply, you can even watch a few things […]

Healthy Living Expo – Salem, Oregon

9 Oct

Salem, Oregon – Do you remember where you were the Saturday after Thanksgiving 2011? a. Shopping b. Watching football c. At the Salem Convention Center for the first annual We were all at the Healthy Living and Gluten Free Expo; Tracy giving massages, Fawn and Wendy handing out information and scheduling appointments, and me. I […]

Functional Health Care

29 Jun

The main goal in functional healthcare is to find person-specific rather than disease-specific approaches. Every person has different nutritional requirements so they can produce energy efficiently and perform all the other functions efficiently. Some people don’t do well eating red meat, yet some people become incredibly weak without red meat. Some people drink too much […]

Your Metabolic Engines

19 Jun

There are five metabolic control systems that determine how efficiently your body and mind work. They control your energy production; they control the function of your heart and circulation; they control the function of your brain and nervous system; they determine your efficiency of digestion and use of nutrients; they control the chemical balance in […]

Stress and Weight Loss

13 Mar

Stress and Weight Loss The most important truth regarding weight loss, a truth that you must repeat over and over to yourself is that reducing your calories is not the way to lose weight. You have to address your metabolic rate. The most fundamental truth regarding weight loss, a truth that you must repeat over […]

No Thyroid Symptoms And What The Thyroid Tests Showed

15 Feb

I just had a case the other day where I had a person come in with the following symptoms: 1. Overweight 2. Peripheral neuropathy 3. Equilibrium and balance problems On further evaluation, she said she had small intestine and gastrointestinal symptoms. She also indicated there were blood sugar problems and some adrenal symptoms. Where were […]

A New Look at Functional Healthcare

8 Feb

Today, Wednesday, I got to the office about 5:15 in the morning. One thing about getting up early is there’s no traffic to speak of. And that’s why I don’t like to leave at lunch time either. The reason I arrived a little earlier than usual is some of the new testing procedures that are […]

Gastrointestinal, Small intestines, Gluten free

23 Jan

Gastrointestinal, small intestines, gluten free A gluten free Public video presentation featuring Dr. Peter Lind Thank you for this opportunity to speak with you. I hope you gained some ideas and will put into action some of the things we’ve talked about here today. 1. Pick up our business card and email us for your […]