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Marlboro man dies

28 Jan

Marlboro Man dies from smoking related disease. When I was younger and watched too much TV, there was one advertisement that mesmerize me: the Marlboro man. The guy wore a cowboy and road on a horse with through mountains and plains in all kinds of weather. The only time he stopped was when he cupped […]

The Flu – 2014

7 Jan

The Flu Season Are you concerned about getting the flu? The news is certainly giving the flu high priority these days. An epidemic? I don’t think so. If you look at the history of the past number of years you will notice that this flu issue comes up every year, pretty much on time and […]


26 Nov

Here’s an interesting story that happened Thanksgiving weekend a few years ago. When my son was in high school he and a few of his friends were going to be the first in line at a big box electronics store in town. So Thanksgiving evening they drove one of their pickup trucks into the parking […]

Leaky Gut

14 Nov

What is leaky gut? Leaky gut is a major cause of disease and dysfunction. It happens when the lining of the small intestines becomes irritated and inflamed. Once irritated, metabolites and microbial toxins enter into the bloodstream through the tiny holes that have been eroded in the intestinal lining. Once these foreign metabolites and toxins […]

Dr Lind Radio Interview About Gluten

5 Nov

A fascinating interview about gluten, genetically modified foods, and food processing. Dr Lind expounds on these topics and more. This interview was done a few days before he spoke to an overflowing audience at the “Healthy Living and Gluten Free Expo 2013.” Dr Lind Radio Interview About Gluten For more information please call Lind Wellness […]


23 Oct

Are you confused about what to do about your health? There are so many opinions—do this, don’t do this, avoid this, avoid that… It’s so very confusing for most people. What if there was a mandate, a declaration of wellness, that explained very simply what are the most important factors of health? Things to do […]

Fatigue Workshop

22 Oct

This is a private workshop. It is designed to help you understand fatigue and the many factors involved.

Get well and stay well

20 Aug

What is the most important thing you can do for your health? Is it your diet? Is it a great exercise program? Is it living a relatively stress free life? Is it all about a positive attitude? Is it drinking green tea or honey and lemons? Food? Finding that one secret herb in a patch […]

Aspirin Myth

4 Jun

“Take Aspirin as a Blood Thinner, For Your Heart”   Aspirin is useless to take for cardiovascular disease. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) showed a study that finds no benefit at all when given to people at risk for heart disease. Aspirin not only does not prevent heart attacks, but people who […]

Vaccinations and health

3 May

Most people don’t realize that your immune system is mostly found In the gastrointestinal system. What this means is that you have to have a well functioning gastrointestinal system to have a good immune system. Vaccinations in principle, bypass the natural ability of the body to defend itself against pathogens and foreign invaders. They entered […]