If you are in the woods running from a bear, you do not recall what you run past or when you ran past it. You don’t remember the color of the flowers or if you saw lake. You just focus on your destination and you get there. And then you wonder how you got there.
Studies like this one below are showing that above normal cholesterol levels in elderly folks older than 85 seems to contribute protection against cognitive decline. Cardiovascular disease and cognitive decline in aging are complex processes, however studies like this help us get a better understanding of the big picture.
In working on my second book, due out next year, on “the gut” and how we have created malabsorption with out current lifestyles, depleting our nutrition. I have spent the […]
We are all in a rough time. No Joke. The world feels very unstable, our future undetermined, and everyone is feeling that instability. Americans are incredibly politically charged, with differing […]
By Dr. Tricia Pingel, NMD School is starting! Time to kick the kids out of the house, pack up those backpacks and lunches and boot them out to grow and […]
Thanksgiving is always a rough one for me. It was my dads favorite holiday. He loved to host, and would spend all day cooking (and I remember him fondly complaining […]
I heard a speaker recently, that reminded me of a few things I thought I would share. They were speaking on goals, and living a happy life. We get so […]
There has been a wide discussion lately over the flu shot and its efficacy, side effects, long term impacts and if it indeed does, in fact, prevent the flu. Although […]
Hello Blog Followers, I have been thinking of you lately. Considering the date of my last post, I can imagine most of you think that you have been forgotten. This […]
Time is a problem in our society. It seems no one has “time” to prepare and eat healthy meals. While I take pride in dinner planning, there are some days […]