The Economics Of Doing Stuff Good

Supplements, groceries, gym memberships, programming, blue blocking sun glasses, comprehensive lab work, unfortunately it all costs money. This post is about breaking down the cost of attempting to be awesome. Health in our current climate takes effort and is...

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Big Gulps, Mortal Kombat, and The Brain

I don’t like the brain. It’s egotistical and bumpy and effing complicated with words like gyrus, mesensephalon, and pontomedullary reticular formation that make you want to curl up in the fetal position with a Snuggy. I have tried as hard as I can to stay away from...

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Searching for the Truth

I once was asked “Can you really build a Healthy CrossFit Athlete?” I mention this not because it’s difficult question to answer, but how disheartening it was to hear -- the question is an acknowledgement of a problem. Now this is not a shot at CrossFit, these days...

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Omegawave Back Online

Omegawave Back Online

A few weeks ago I was at an APEX - Functional Medicine Seminar in Dallas and my Truck got ripped up with screwdrivers and bashed in with a tire iron. This is what I wrote right after it happened as I walked back into the seminar with no belongings and little...

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Getting Naked – A Review

I started reading Getting Naked: A Business Fable About Shedding The Three Fears That Sabotage Client Loyalty by Patrick Lencioni yesterday in the mid-afternoon and finished it right after dinner. That is how I spend my Friday nights. I know tantalizing. The book is...

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Functional Medicine and You!

It’s 4:10am in the morning. I couldn’t sleep I was so excited about life. It’s ok, I went to bed at 8pm. We have swept real health under a rug and replaced it with the cursory definition - lack of ill-health or disease. All of us deserve the right to quality health...

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