Crawl, Walk, Then Run.

When it comes to any kind of chronic health issue you have to give your self time to heal.

One of the biggest things you can do to start the healing process is to go Gluten, Dairy, and Soy free.  That’s because they are inflammatory foods.  It’s kind of like putting fuel on the fire.  Doesn’t make sense.

Sugar is another huge inflammatory food.  Sugar is in just about everything.  A paleo type of diet is the best way to go.  I’ts how our ancestors years ago ate.

Our society has just poisioned itself to death.  To peel away the onion of sickness you must start with the diet.  Start eliminating these foods and watch your body rise to the occasion and start healing.

Amother layer of the onion to peel away to better health is to get out and get moving.  My buddies and I skied 35 miles this weekend.  We just had to get one last big time ski in before it all melted.  Let me tell you once it got over 35 degrees and that sun hit the trails it really got slow and was a lot of work.  The ski’s now have storage wax until next November and it’s time to start a new season of activity.  Get out side and do some form of an outdoor sport, you will love it and getting sun on your body will help you also.

Last ski of the year April 6th Rock Creek Farm

Some of you may have to get some new friends or not see some of your negative friends if they hold you back.  Chasing and going for your dreams in life are important.  Keep it positive and see neat things happen in your life.  There is always someone new to meet out there to have a great positive relationship with.

Spring is finally here.  I  have loved everything about this winter except trying to ski when it was 15 below.  That was a little nasty.   Now that spring is here and the sun is here I’m just so excited to get outside and enjoy the sun, hear the Robins, see an occassional bear, and see all of you out and about.

We all want health to be something that we can just run with and everything is grand.  Sometimes we need to take small baby steps, then up to a walking speed and then finally we graduate to an all out run.  It takes time and energy and a lit of sticking to the game plan in order to achieve optimal health and wellness.  If you stick with it it will pay off!!

It was tough seeingThe Badgers get beat by Kentucky on that last second shot.  What an incredible shot.  Look for Bucky and the Gophers to be tough in hoops next year.

Riley's first car!

Do you know if you have leaky gut?  I’m doing a seminar here in 2 weeks April 21st 6:30pm here at my clinic.  This is a must attend seminar if you have any gut issues, brain fog, or low energy, or have been diagnosed with some form of chronic disease or auto-immune issue.

First track workout tomorrow, maybe see you out there!!  Dr. E

P.S. A big thanks goes out to Dan and Monica Wolter for making Riley’s dream come true with his first car!!

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