An interview with Yvette Brisco. Taking on fatigue in MS

An interview with Yvette Brisco. Taking on fatigue in MS

Hey everyone! Just recently had a great converation with Yvette Brisco on multiple sclerosis and autoimmune disease. New numbers were released that show there are nearly a million people living with multiple sclerosis in the United States today. That’s more than twice what was previously reported. With those high levels of MS that we areRead more about An interview with Yvette Brisco. Taking on fatigue in MS[…]

Misleading chronic infection screening in autoimmune disease

Misleading chronic infection screening in autoimmune disease

Infectious disease serology Infectious disease serology are laboratory studies ordered by your physician to support the suspicion that an infectious burden is present. One example would be Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), which causes mono. Your physician might consider this test in a young adult with sudden onset of disabling fatigue, fever, sore throat, swollen lymphRead more about Misleading chronic infection screening in autoimmune disease[…]

Robust Health Radio Episode # 20 with Dr. Jamil Sayegh

Robust Health Radio Episode # 20 with Dr. Jamil Sayegh

Dr. Jamil Sayegh is an international transformation coach and strategist, integrative naturopathic physician, and the author of 20 Steps to Your Next Breakthrough. He has a deep passion to end suffering for as many people as possible by reconnecting them to what’s real, challenging them to live and love fully, and partnering with them to create extraordinaryRead more about Robust Health Radio Episode # 20 with Dr. Jamil Sayegh[…]

Should you be taking an aspirin a day? The CDC wants more folks on aspirin for primary preventative care

Should you be taking an aspirin a day? The CDC wants more folks on aspirin for primary preventative care

An aspirin a day keeps the doctor away? The old addage “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” has long been applied to aspirin. And on the surface it sounds like a not so bad idea. Aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid, derived from the bark and leaves of willow trees. We use white willow barkRead more about Should you be taking an aspirin a day? The CDC wants more folks on aspirin for primary preventative care[…]

Robust Health Radio Episode # 19 with Luis Villasenor

Robust Health Radio Episode # 19 with Luis Villasenor

Luis Villaseñor (aka DarthLuiggi) is the founder of KETOGAINS. Luis has always been passionate about fitness due to a personal interest in improving his own physique. Always curious in learning the “whys and how’s” of how it all works, he has been studying and researching nutrition and strength training since he was 17. Upon discovering ketogenic diets inRead more about Robust Health Radio Episode # 19 with Luis Villasenor[…]

Robust Health Radio #17 with Jimmy Moore

Robust Health Radio #17 with Jimmy Moore

  Robust Health Radio numero 17 features ketogenic diet expert Jimmy Moore.    Jimmy Moore catapulted onto the health scene in 2004 after a phenomenal 180-pound weight loss enabled him to come off prescription drugs for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and respiratory problems. He is the energetic personality behind the uber-popular blog  Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb andRead more about Robust Health Radio #17 with Jimmy Moore[…]

“Biologic dwhat?”   “moo-moo-mab huh?”   This is a primer meant to introduce you to a broad class of medicines we call “biologics” or “biosimilars.”   Disease Modifying Anti Rheumatic Agents   DMARD means disease modifying antirheumatic agent. And biologic refers to the similarity these molecules have to those in our bodies, more specifically antibodies.Read more about […]