A Patient Exchange

Uniting the Voices of Experience

Tag

cam

Ask Leyla: Do I have to give up eating eggs?

This post was originally published on this siteQ: I have a problem with eating eggs lately. After eating them hard-boiled, scrambled, or as an omelet, I’m fine until the next meal a few hours later. Then I get abdominal pain… Continue Reading →

The real reason you haven’t met your health goals

This post was originally published on this site Throughout my career (and my own health crises), I’ve seen one major thing that can make or break our ability to achieve a goal: mindset. We all start at different places when… Continue Reading →

Coconut Aminos: The Healthy Soy Sauce Substitute To Always Have On-Hand

This post was originally published on this siteThe keto + paleo friendly sauce to start cooking with. The post Coconut Aminos: The Healthy Soy Sauce Substitute To Always Have On-Hand appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Is your grill killing you? Your personal anti-AGEing program

This post was originally published on this siteWith summer ramping up, many of us are taking advantage of the warm temps by firing up the BBQ grill. Nothing compares with the savory taste of seared meat, seafood, or poultry. Or… Continue Reading →

5 Myths and Truths about Chronic Lyme Disease

This post was originally published on this siteFew diseases are more misunderstood than Lyme disease, resulting in thousands of undiagnosed and undertreated patients. Read on to learn five dangerous myths about chronic Lyme disease. The post 5 Myths and Truths… Continue Reading →

Are Lyme Disease and Anxiety Connected?

This post was originally published on this siteby Dr. Bill Rawls Posted 6/21/19 Can Lyme disease cause anxiety? In this video, Dr. Bill Rawls explains how the stress of chronic illness impacts adrenaline levels and mood. Plus, he shares natural… Continue Reading →

The Power of Mindset to Change Your Life

This post was originally published on this site In all my years of trying to improve different areas of my life, I’ve realized there is one irreplaceable tool for making that happen: extraordinary teachers. Surrounding ourselves with people who inspire… Continue Reading →

How You Can Balance Rest and Productivity

This post was originally published on this siteRest​ ​is​ ​essential​ ​to our​ ​health, happiness​, ​and​ ​​productivity, but ​in​ ​today’s world,​ it’s hard to come by.​ Find out how free days ​grant you the benefits of rest without sacrificing your productivity…. Continue Reading →

Real Talk: Why Weedkiller in Your Cereal is Truly Scary

This post was originally published on this siteby Dr. Bill Rawls Posted 6/20/19 A new study commissioned by the Environmental Working Group discovered too-high levels of glyphosate — a known carcinogen found in the weedkiller, Roundup® — in 21 oat-based… Continue Reading →

UPDATED: Hormone Nazis to men: “No testosterone for YOU!”

This post was originally published on this siteJune is Men’s Health Month. In honor of that, and in light of recent studies, I’m bringing back this important article from several years ago. See the end for an update! —Dr. Hoffman… Continue Reading →

Ask Leyla: Where has my energy gone?

This post was originally published on this siteQ: Do you have any suggestions for a 39 year-old female with fatigue and low energy? A: There are a myriad of reasons for low energy. Here are some obvious ones: Are you… Continue Reading →

How The Navy Is Utilizing The Keto Diet + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteThe latest news in health. The post How The Navy Is Utilizing The Keto Diet + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

From Surviving to Thriving: How to Raise Compassionate and Resilient Children with Deena Margolin

This post was originally published on this site Download MP3 Big feelings are part of life. In fact, there are times when everyone will feel sad, angry, hurt, and disappointed. When it comes to helping our children process big feelings,… Continue Reading →

Do you dream big enough for your life?

This post was originally published on this site “We don’t have any control over the cards we’re dealt, but we do have control over how we play them.” – Jon Butcher Part of playing those cards right is believing we… Continue Reading →

Our Current Healthy Obsessions: June 2019 Edition

This post was originally published on this siteOur favorite adaptogens for boosting our health. The post Our Current Healthy Obsessions: June 2019 Edition appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Is IBS an Autoimmune Disease?

This post was originally published on this siteIBS is often considered a disease of exclusion. However, emerging research suggests that IBS is an autoimmune disease triggered by food poisoning. Find out what that means for treatment. The post Is IBS… Continue Reading →

What could stem cells do for you?

This post was originally published on this site I want to live to be 120, and with the help of really good food, lots of movement, great relationships, a strong community, and emerging science, I believe it’s possible. That last… Continue Reading →

What Are the Best Natural Remedies for Stress?

This post was originally published on this siteby Dr. Bill Rawls Posted 6/17/19 What are the best natural remedies for stress? Dr. Bill Rawls explains the impact of modern-day stress on our fight-or-flight response, and shares herbs that can help… Continue Reading →

PMS got turned into a sinecure for drug companies; now women are suing

This post was originally published on this sitePremenstrual syndrome (PMS) is estimated to be experienced by 20-40% of women of reproductive age. Its cyclic symptoms include mood alterations, digestive disturbances, weight gain and water retention, breast pain, backache, fatigue, sleep problems, and… Continue Reading →

Ask Leyla: What’s causing my low testosterone?

This post was originally published on this siteQ: I’ve been told I have lower-than-normal testosterone levels. Can you shed some light on what might cause that and if there is anything I can do to help raise my testosterone levels?… Continue Reading →

5 supplements to use on keto

This post was originally published on this siteWhen first starting out on the Keto diet, many people quickly come to understand what’s known as the Keto Flu, a feeling of immense sickness and exhaustion caused by switching from a carb-inclusive… Continue Reading →

Can Stem Cells Slow Aging and Fix Pain?

This post was originally published on this site I don’t just want to live a long life, I want to feel good while I’m doing it. That’s why I’m always interested in the latest therapies to slow the aging process…. Continue Reading →

The Surprising Toxin In Your Morning Cereal + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteThe latest news in wellness. The post The Surprising Toxin In Your Morning Cereal + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Psychedelics: Treating Addiction, Depression, and Anxiety with Dr. Roland Griffiths

This post was originally published on this site Download MP3 Psychedelics were the subject of serious medical research in the 1940s to the 1960s, when many scientists believed some of the mind-bending compounds held tremendous therapeutic promise for treating a… Continue Reading →

How to Cope with a Job When You Have Lyme Disease

This post was originally published on this siteby Jenny Lelwica Buttacio Posted 6/13/19 A diagnosis of chronic Lyme disease (or any other chronic illness) can rattle the stability and security of every aspect of your life — including your ability… Continue Reading →

15 Superfoods To Enjoy During Summer

This post was originally published on this siteThe best fruits and veggies to eat during the warmer months. The post 15 Superfoods To Enjoy During Summer appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Worried about our food system? Read this

This post was originally published on this site Our food system hits closer to home than you might think. I mean, we all eat several times a day, so it only makes sense that we should be connected to where… Continue Reading →

RHR: How to Rewire Your Brain Using DNRS, with Annie Hopper

This post was originally published on this site

Why Agriculture is the Most Important Thing You May Not Think About

This post was originally published on this site For many of us in the developed world, it can be easy to take food for granted. We have endless options of markets to choose from, and even more options once we’re… Continue Reading →

Why You Should Boost Your Self-Confidence + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteEvery week we hand-pick the most interesting and buzz-worthy wellness news and put them all in one place. Health is never boring with these stories from around the web.        … Continue Reading →

© 2019 A Patient Exchange — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑