Since this post, my nutritional perspectives have evolved (get it?). All of these principals apply, but I have modified and gotten more specific and included other ingredients and practices. Learn more at www.feedabrain.com/book Every living organism on this planet –
My desire to play music gave me the drive that I needed to press on. I have said that music saved my life. But that is not really true… The amazing doctors, nurses, therapists and especially my mother saved my
In the spirit of the week of Valentines Day, I wanted to write about something really sexy, so here it is: I hadn’t had severe acne since those goofy, pimply faced days in high school and, even then, I never
After my brain injury, my aunt, a nurse practitioner who recently started her own practice in functional medicine in Houston (www.houstonbioidentical.com), told colleagues of hers that her nephew had a serious brain injury, and asked them who I should see.
While the field of neurology has grown out of its infancy, neurology is still but a toddler. We know precious little about the brain especially compared to the information explosion that has occurred in the past few hundred years leading
Yoga is hard! At least it is for me. It was already difficult for me to articulate physically what most people take for granted, therefore yoga posed an incredible challenge for my inadequate balance. The instructor (or guide) tells everyone
This video was taken on December 2nd 2011. The goal in this video was to do push-ups from my knees because I did not have the strength to do them normally. I was incredibly weak. Every morning I woke
The weather was getting perfect in my opinion. It was cool and brisk, but not freezing. It was usually dry too. We planned to go to Houston to celebrate Thanksgiving with a friend of my mom and John’s named Lisa
Pretty, isn’t it? This clip keeps me from leaking stomach juices. One year ago today, On June 28th, 2011, I had a PEG tube placed. My NG tube “slipped out” on the 26th, and I had no nutrition for 26 hours!