We hear the word and feel it! S T R E S S. If you have been feeling extra stress packed into your daily life lately, it is definitely safe to say that you are not alone! A recent Harvard Medical School study has shown that 55% of people claimed they felt more stressed now than they were before the pandemic became widespread. Their… Read More
By Katie Rose I don’t know about you but I’ve been trying to avoid going to the grocery store unless I absolutely have to. I bought a bunch of bananas and realized we couldn’t eat them quick enough and they were ripening very fast. Well I didn’t want them to go bad and I felt bad throwing them away so I decided I just… Read More
When patients ask me for a resource on evidence based nutrition, I currently only recommend one book, The Perfect Health Diet. It is by far the most well-researched, and easy to implement book on nutrition I have ever read. Disclaimer: Before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle consult a qualified healthcare practitioner. Individuals can have very specific dietary requirements depending on their… Read More
It has been my plan to include some healthy recipes for everyone on this blog because I often talk about the importance of nutrition for health and even pain. That being said, I feel like maybe everyone could use a little comfort food right now so I decided to post my wife’s recipe for gluten-free flaky biscuits. You can make these with regular wheat… Read More
Hopefully everyone reading this never needs this technique, but if you or a loved one has already contracted COVID-19 there is a breathing technique that may decrease your risk for contracting a secondary infection. Please check out the video below where Dr Sarfaraz Munshi shares a breathing technique that is important for patients who have already contracted COVID-19 (aka the coronavirus) to prevent a… Read More
Things are crazy right now. We all know this and that’s the bad news. The good news is, we have the power to make them a little less crazy. While everything probably seems a little off right now there are small, concrete steps we can take to create some semblance of normalcy in our daily lives. If you’ve ever care for children or even pets, you know how crucial maintaining a normal daily schedule is for their health, well being, and emotional stability. You are no different!
Hopefully, everyone reading this is staying safe and healthy during this stressful time. If you are among those that are able to work remotely you may have already noticed that your body is starting to rebel against quarantine.