People are often curious as to why I, a severe traumatic brain injury survivor, place so much emphasis on nutrition and supplementation during and after recovery.
In 2013, during the International Conference on Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine in Portland, OR, I was approached by an incredible woman named Andrea Nakayama. Andrea is a “rock star” in the health industry; she’s a Certified Nutrition Counselor, Certified Nutrition Educator, Certified
In this segment from my keynote speech at the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association conference 2014, I briefly touch on mechanisms of plasticity and repairing neurons through a combination of synergistic therapy and brain building nutrition–including an analogy from my original blog post: Building
Whenever I am inclined to write about nutrition, I’m cautioned to be mindful of just how personal (and often controversial) the subject can be. Eating is an emotional experience, and we are passionate about our food. So passionate, in fact, that attitudes
Notice: This is the fourth article in an ongoing series. Make sure to check out the previous articles before reading this one.A Fat Chance (Part ONE): Introduction A Fat Chance (Part TWO): How and Why I Eat
(written with the assistance of Dr. Richard Feinman) Notice: This is the third article in an ongoing series. Make sure to check out the first and second parts before reading this one, and check out the last article in the series
A Fat Chance (Part ONE): Introduction Notice: This is the first article in an ongoing series. Make sure to check out the next articles when you’re finished with this one!A Fat Chance (Part ONE): Introduction A Fat Chance
Following the launch of my Kickstarter campaign for my upcoming book "Lights, Coma, Action!" I began to receive requests to participate in what's known as an "AMA" or "Ask Me Anything!" session on a website called Reddit.com.
*Learn more at www.feedabrain.com Through the process of my rehabilitation I have encountered a plethora of different ailments and therapies. I feel that it is most important to illustrate the therapies that I am still using for some of these
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