Lifestyle – a healthier alternative to drugs

Can we reverse diabetes? Can we stop this epidemic of disease? Will one in three children born today really develop diabetes in our lifetime? Will this be the first generation to live shorter lives than their parents? The answer is...

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Under Recognized Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism, the name given to low production of thyroid hormone, is vastly under recognized in our country.  Many people have vague complaints that they attribute to ‘aging’.  Yet when you tie them all together the answer lies in thyroid...

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Eat better, sleep better

Remember the warm glass of milk before bed? Probably one of the worst choices we can make for our kids. We see so much whey and dairy sensitivity, and we also see sleep improve in most people who stop...

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Is grain reducing your vitality? An athletic perspective

Over the last five years we have worked with several hundred college athletes and dozens of pro-athletes to crack the code to their individualized nutrition. There is a new type of precision nutrition developing from functional medicine, which utilizes...

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7 Steps (and more) to Get the Most out of your Next Doctor’s Appointment

If you are going to your doctor for a routine exam, meeting with a new doctor or seeing a specialist for a recent health concern, you want to leave feeling confident, assured and with a solid sense of direction. The...

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The Untold Story of Why Autism has Become a Major Epidemic 

Autism is one of the most mysterious and challenging conditions facing conventional medicine today, but it need not be. Contrary to popular opinion, autism isn't the congenital condition that it was once assumed to be. It is preventable, and...

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Why you need solitude and how to set up your own personal space

If you've ever been stuck on a crowded elevator, shared a bathroom with more than one person, or had someone bash their shoulder into you while walking down the street, you know about personal space, and the immense value...

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Functional Medicine, community are tools for good health

My clients call me the resort doctor, not because we live in Jackson Hole, one of the most beautiful places on the planet, but because before seeing me they have been to every doctor. “You are my last resort,” they...

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10 Steps to Avoid Alzheimer’s, the 6th Leading Cause of Death

Every 71 seconds, someone develops Alzheimer's disease, according to the Alzheimer's Association's Facts and Figures. While over 5 million people in the United States are already living with the disease, it's estimated that 10 million baby boomers will develop...

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Everyday Suggestions for Decreasing Toxicity and Harmful Chemical Exposure

Certain chemicals applied to your skin or in the air can be absorbed by your body and may cause harm to your cells and organ systems. They can cause inflammation and increase the body’s production of free radicals, thus...

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