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From Near Fatal Car Wreck to Olympic Silver Medal

Every once in a while, I hear a story that really inspires me.  Usually, for me, those stories are about overcoming adversity, persevering through obstacles, and achieving what once seemed impossible.  By the grace of God, I've lived a few of those stories myself, so I have a real affinity for them. While watching the Olympics a few weeks ago, I heard one such story.  It was about US athlete Colby Stevenson, who competes in skiing.   

Colby was in a near...

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Super Bowl MVP: “God Showed Me We Would Win”

This past Sunday, 112.3 million people watched the L.A. Rams win the Super Bowl. It was the most watched television event in the last 5 years, mainly because it was such a close game. The Rams were down 20-16, and late in the fourth quarter they put together an amazing drive and scored the game winning touchdown with 1:25 left on the clock. I had no ties to either team, but it was so exciting that I was totally glued to the screen towards the end.  

Johns Hopkins Professor Says…Lockdowns Didn’t Help?

Last week a client came in and the first thing he said to me was "have you heard about that new Johns Hopkins study that just came out?" "No, I haven't" I told him. 

"I just heard about it on the radio.  They found that lockdowns didn't do anything to keep people from dying of COVID," he said. 

We went on to talk about this for a while and when I got home that night, I began reading about it.  The study...

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The Worst Food Ingredient for Your Immune System

As you probably know, your immune system is extremely complex in its structure and in its function.  Because of this complexity, there are many things that could go wrong with it, some of which are very preventable.   

Throughout the entirety of the past two years, we've heard a lot about social distancing, masks and vaccines but very little about how to effectively take care of our immune system. Now, of course, you've probably heard people here and there pointing out the...

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When You’ve Tried Everything Else..

If you've been reading my stuff for a while, you've probably gathered that I'm a big believer in putting in time and effort into making our bodies healthy.  This is because our body is designed in a way that requires us to be diligent with behaviors such as exercise, healthy eating, hydration, sleep and therapy in order for it to feel good and work well.  Now although doing these things makes a world of difference, even with the best lifestyle possible there are...

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New Study: This Plant Neutralizes the COVID Spike Protein

I know that by now most of us are sick of (no pun intended) hearing about things related to this virus, but this past week I read something interesting that I thought was worth sharing.    There is new science that has emerged out of Oregon State University that shows that two plant extracts have the capability of binding to the spike protein in SARS-CoV-2 and preventing it from entering human cells, thereby preventing infection.  Given that the most commonly promoted tool of virus control has...

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A Real Life Tarzan??

As science nut and an anatomy nerd, one of the things I've always found fascinating is how the human body is able to adapt to its environment.  All of us who used to live up north but are now living in Florida can relate to this.  After spending several months in this warmer climate, our bodies got better at handling the heat, which made us less able to handle the cold.  This is why when we go up north during the winter, many of...

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Over 150 Studies Show This Reduces COVID Mortality

Is there a linear relationship between vitamin D levels and COVID mortality?

New and compelling clinical research further cements the case, and even suggests a baseline level of vitamin D at which there’s theoretically zero mortality from the pandemic disease.

German researchers published the findings in the October issue of Nutrients (2021:13[10]:3596). Specifically, the study looked at mortality among 1,601 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 disease; 784 who had their vitamin D levels measured within a...

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A God-Sized Love Story: How I Met My Future Wife

2021 has been a whirlwind of adventure and unexpected surprises. In February, after over 15 years working in the rehabilitative exercise field and nearly 10 years owning my own practice, I felt the call to become a part time missionary.

I had already been doing evangelistic outreaches for nearly 3 years, but God was calling me to something more. He was telling me to go to part time in my practice, to expand my vision, and to work towards bringing...

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