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  • Restaurant Review – Distrito’s in Moorestown Mall

    Sept 15, 2014 I had the pleasure of dining out with my wife and some friends this past weekend. It is always fun to go out to dinner and enjoy a meal. But I am often asked, “How do you enjoy a meal out if you are Paleo?” My answer as always is, “I just do my best and always, Continue Reading

  • Autumn Health Resolutions

    School is back in session- Time for Autumn Health Resolutions I know, technically it is still summer, but really??? For those of you with school age children, the summer can be a welcome respite. It can also be filled with many many activities that throw off a normal schedule. This past summer was mild in comparison to recent summers past Continue Reading

  • Stop the Presses!!

    Stop the presses!!! Stop the presses!!! There is a new medical study that is being reported, ummm,, promoted throughout the media. I knew over a decade ago that this time would come. I just hoped it would not have taken this long. “Low Carb Beats Low Fat for Weight Loss, CV risk” For a very good synopsis of lower carbohydrate diets Continue Reading

  • Guidelines Schmidelines!!

    Guidelines Schmidelines! I just read a new guideline paper published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).  As usual there are parts of the guidelines I can agree with, and others that I just kind of shake my head and mutter to myself. I feel bad for health professionals who work for big corporate entities such as the ADA. These professionals Continue Reading

  • Things I learn from my dog!

    It took many years to become a physician. For me, after high school there was four years of college, one year of post-graduate school, four years of medical school, and then a three year combined internship/family practice residency. By the time I finished my training I was almost halfway to Social Security age. Once I became a fully licensed physician Continue Reading