Health as Practice, Not Strategy

Posted by Dr. Reisman on December 1, 2014

The great and central challenge of human life is developmental change. The world in all of its detail continues to change. Our experience of life is most successful when we are reflections of the evolving nature of this world. The question is then one of how we evolve and thus remain authentically reflective. The human… Read More »

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Wholeness in Healing

Posted by Dr. Reisman on April 22, 2014

If you want to be truly comprehensive about your approach to healing, then one way to begin is with some clarity about what it is that needs to be healed. In the briefest terms, there are three areas to explore: what it is to be alive, what it is to be human, and what it is… Read More »

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Is Your Thyroid Running Low?

Posted by Dr. Reisman on February 18, 2014

Are you one of the many with a low-functioning thyroid gland? If so, it may be the reason for your body or mind not working as well as you might like. Although you will want to partner with a doctor to effectively evaluate your particular case, a basic understanding is a good place to start.… Read More »

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Rich chocolate pudding: a simple and nutritious dessert

Posted by Dr. Reisman on November 21, 2013

This recipe for chocolate pudding is so quick and easy to make, so sensually rich and delicious, and so health-promoting that it breaks all kinds of rules we may have adopted about nutrition and the enjoyment of food. Ingredients 2 ripe, refrigerated avocados 1 10-oz. package frozen, pitted cherries 2 scoops NuMedica Chocolate Power Greens 2-4 oz.… Read More »

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The Healthy Diet Confusion Mess

Posted by Dr. Reisman on November 12, 2013

Years ago a friend told me of his new dietary program, about which he was so excited. He was feeling more energy, more balanced, and in all ways healthier. The plan he had discovered was the blood-type diet, based on the dietary patterns of our ancestors with the same blood type. In describing what was… Read More »

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Chronic Illness and Betrayal

Posted by Dr. Reisman on September 23, 2013

When we are diagnosed with a chronic illness, we may want to consider a number of options. After all, these current times are characterized not only by rapid communication via the internet and cell phones. These are also the days in which we are seeing the emergence of all kinds of new insights into health… Read More »

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Healing our lives and ourselves

Posted by Dr. Reisman on August 30, 2013

A cultural overhaul is never easy. As a society we are caught up in an orientation to living that is in many ways disrespectful of the eco-social reality we are. The only way things can change is through the spreading through our population of a greater degree of awareness regarding which uses of our time… Read More »

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The Sterilization Syndrome

Posted by Dr. Reisman on June 18, 2013

Right now, inside your body, there are viruses, fungal organisms, pathogenic (disease-causing) bacteria, and cancer cells all alive and well. If you are one of the countless people not currently diagnosed with a serious, chronic illness, then you are also one of the countless teachers here to demonstrate something to those of us who believe… Read More »

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Are Depression and Addiction Endemic to the Human Species?

Posted by Dr. Reisman on March 8, 2013

Do we, as humans, all carry a certain susceptibility of falling into a depressed state of mind and an addictive mode of behavior? Perhaps. However, if we do, then it can be only to our benefit to understand the nature of and available approaches to these undesirable chapters in our book of life experience, so… Read More »

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The medical benefits of Oolong Tea

Posted by Dr. Reisman on February 4, 2013

One of the most widely cultivated plants in the world goes by the botanical name Camellia sinensis. The two most common varieties are the subspecies sinensis, Chinese tea, and the subspecies assamica, Assam tea. The mature leaves of the Chinese tea plant are the source of three distinct beverages: black, green, and oolong teas. These… Read More »

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