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5 Strategies to Prevent and Treat Cancer

Today’s house call focuses on a topic very personal to me. “Mark, what would you do if you were diagnosed with cancer?” a friend recently asked. I’ve had a lot of time to think about this. I’ve sadly seen a lot of cancer in my life, both with my own family and with patients. The […]

5 Steps to Kill Hidden Bad Bugs in Your Gut that Make You Sick

DOCTORS ARE TRAINED TO IDENTIFY DISEASES by where they are located. If you have asthma, it’s considered a lung problem; if you have rheumatoid arthritis, it must be a joint problem; if you have acne, doctors see it as a skin problem; if you are overweight, you must have a metabolism problem; if you have […]

The Broken Brain Podcast: Episode 8 with Dr. Rupy Aujla

Download MP3 Food. You’ve heard it said many times: Food is medicine. But, do we really understand how our day to day food choices can make or break our health? The good news is that there are people out there, like Dr. Rupy Aujla, who do, and who are passionate about the role of food […]

The Doctor’s Farmacy: Episode 6 with Dan Buettner

Why Blue Zones Are the Healthiest Places on Earth We all want to know what it takes to live a long, healthy, and happy life. My friend and author, Dan Buettner, set out an on adventure to find the answers, and he put his findings in his best-seller, The Blue Zones. Dan always has been […]

The Broken Brain Podcast: Episode 7 with Dr. Maya Shetreat

Download MP3 Do you let your kids play in the dirt or have hand wipes ready for them at every turn? In a society that fears dirt and considers it undesirable, science is showing that we are losing diversity of bacteria on our skin and in our guts which impacts our immune systems and our […]

The Doctor’s Farmacy: Episode 5 with Miriam Horn

Why Big Farmers Are Not Always the Bad Guys My guest on this week’s episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy, Miriam Horn, showed me how ranchers, farmers, and fisherman can be the greatest allies we have in our mission to protect the planet. Miriam Horn works at the Environmental Defense Fund and is a New York […]

The Broken Brain Podcast: Episode 6 with Dr. Titus Chiu

Download MP3 You’re yawning! What does that mean to your brain? Are you bored? Are you tired? Dr. Titus Chiu, a functional neurologist and one of our Broken Brain experts, says yawning is an indication that it’s time for a mini-break. In this sixth episode of The Broken Brain Podcast, Executive Producer of Broken Brain […]

The Doctor’s Farmacy: Episode 4 with Ryland Engelhart

Two things I love talking about: food and gratitude. I am very excited to share this week’s episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy with you. I got a chance to sit down with Ryland Engelhart, the co-owner of two incredible restaurants, Cafe Gratitude and Gracias Madre. He is also the co-founder of Kiss The Ground, a […]

Join Me at Wellspring

When we talk about wellbeing, what we’re really talking about is feeling good. Feeling good when we wake up, feeling good about our choices, feeling good about how we get to show up in our families, our workplaces, and in our communities. That’s why there is such a natural synergy between my Feel Good mission […]

The Broken Brain Podcast: Episode 5 with Dr. Akil Palanisamy

 Download MP3 With a much lower Alzheimer’s rate in India, have you been curious about the ancient Indian traditions of Ayurvedic Medicine and how these practices impact brain health? If you are interested in Functional Medicine, today’s Broken Brain Podcast might be fascinating to you, too. Ayurvedic Medicine, like Functional Medicine, focuses on treatment […]

Creamy Fennel Kale Chicken Salad

This week’s recipe comes from Brigid Titgemeier, Functional Nutritionist and blogger at Being Brigid. This delicious salad is hardy and satisfying, thanks to the combination of complete protein from the grilled chicken and high-fiber, nutrient-dense kale. Roasted fennel and leeks add an extra pop of flavor, as well as extra vitamin C and magnesium. Topped […]

The Doctor’s Farmacy: Episode 3 with Hawk Newsome

What if I told you that the food industry specifically targets the poor and minorities? Today I’m honored to share a conversation that I had recently with my friend and activist, Hawk Newsome. Hawk Newsome is an activist at the forefront of the New Civil Rights Movement and former County Committee Member of New York’s […]

The Doctor’s Farmacy: Episode 2 with Nina Teicholz

“In the end, what we believe to be true—our conventional wisdom—is really nothing more than sixty years of misconceived nutrition research. Before 1961, there were our ancestors, with their recipes. And before them, there were their ancestors, with their hunting bows or traps or livestock—but like lost languages, lost skills, and lost songs, it takes […]

Grain-Free Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Porridge

This week’s recipe is from Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Paleo chef, Kelsey Ale. This Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Porridge is a comforting grain-free alternative to oatmeal, packed with anti-inflammatory and high-fiber flaxseeds, tart green apple, and coconut milk for some energy-boosting healthy fats to power up your day. Kelsey also incorporated collagen protein into this porridge, […]