Yesterday, I spend the day with the family at the Taste of Colorado, a food and music festival in downtown Denver. As soon as we got there, I spotted the bungee trapeze ride and ran to get in line. I was the only adult (past age 11) who was in line, but I didn’t care.
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Let’s be honest. Life isn’t always butterflies and rainbows. Even for the most positive and optimistic person, life can throw some serious curve balls. And even the most skilled ball player may have a hard time making contact. The unpredictability of life can be incredibly exciting. You never know what’s right around the corner –
I’ve fallen in love with the elderly. I had the opportunity in the last couple of weeks to work with a fantastic medical doctor in senior living and hospice centers in the San Diego area. In a collaborative effort, we’ve made rounds to various centers, offering both the medical and naturopathic perspective to patient care. It’s been
Reality check. Every single person reading this blog is carrying excess toxins in their bodies. A health oriented lifestyle, full of fresh fruits and vegetables, lots of sleep, and low stress still won’t guarantee a clean bill. Even babies who are just born into the world are affected. A 2004 study that looked at
It’s Medical Monday! I had quite the medical day, indeed. Today, I spent the day at an assisted living facility, working with a colleague of mine. He is a medical doctor who practices conventional medicine, and was interested in learning a naturopathic perspective to patient care. (How cool is that??!!) It was also an amazing
Jump in my DeLorean – Let’s travel back to my high school days. No, I wasn’t a cavewoman. Keep reading. The picture will make sense later. We’re in Niwot, Colorado circa 1997. I just turned 16 years old, and I just bought my first car, a used Chrysler LeBaron convertible with my hard earned money.