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The May 2016 newsletter is out - Tripping Over the Truth

May 1st, 2016 at 5:01 AM (Last updated on May 1st, 2016 at 5:04 AM)

Hello from Reston,

Earlier in April, I listened to several interviews that were part of The Chronic Lyme Disease Summit. One of the more interesting talks was from Dr. Joseph Mercola (http://www.mercola.com/), who I have mentioned a few times in the past. As you can imagine Dr. Mercola’s time is very limited. However, he mentioned that he reads often, devouring dozens of books annually. He also mentioned that the best book he read in the past year was “Tripping Over the Truth” by Travis Christofferson. I went and bought the book off Amazon and really enjoyed it myself.

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Tha April 2016 newsletter is out - The Calcium Lie

April 1st, 2016 at 12:34 PM

Hello from Reston,

Today I want to write to you about how GMOs crops are actually good for your body. A recent study has shown the main ingredient in the GMO weed killer Roundup, glyphosate, actually kills harmful bacteria, promotes hair re-growth in balding men and melts inches off your waistline.

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The March 2016 newsletter is out - Habits

March 1st, 2016 at 5:29 AM

Hello from Reston,

Welcome to March! We’ve had our first taste of warmer weather on the east coast and the groundhog has predicted an early spring. Make plans to get outdoors and get some sun (see habit #10 below).

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The February 2016 newsletter is out - Primal Endurance

February 1st, 2016 at 4:59 AM

Hello from Reston,

January is behind us now and for those on the east coast from Virginia northward, we got to test out just how strong our backs are from shoveling 2-3 feet of snow. Maybe some of us need help with deadlifts to improve our back and core strength (more to follow below).

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The January 2016 newsletter is out - Dietary Guidelines for America

January 1st, 2016 at 9:35 AM

Hello from Reston,

Happy New Year! So what are your resolutions for 2016? If you have been reading these newsletters for the past few years, you may recall that I’m not big into New Year’s resolutions. I believe that for the most part they are empty promises we make to ourselves, such as saying you want to lose 15 pounds or exercise more. In case you want facts, only 4% of people that go on diets and lose weight, actually keep that weight off when surveyed three years later. That’s only 1 in 25 people. Calorie restriction diets don’t work long term. The one resolution I do think will work is when you commit to change your lifestyle. There is no need to wait for January 1st to do so, but hey it’s here. Why not change your lifestyle to improve your health for good now. If you need help getting started, please feel free to reach out to me.

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