BA – The New Standard

Most of us use the validation of science to make important health decisions, even though we don’t know enough to tell good science from bad. I’ve seen far too many people devote countless years and dollars on bad or falsified science, and end up in tragic states of ill health when they thought they were doing the right thing.

I often site the case of the guy who came to me about 2 years out from a massive heart attack and ...

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Bio-axiomics – The Bottom Line

I want to expand a bit on the information contained on the Language page. It is true that we need to be much clearer about the meaning of the words we use to create health, and that page does a great job in clarifying the word “health”. But there is more to say (isn’t there always).

On my recent travels I visited some very remote places where no human had ever tread. This got me to thinking about the fact that ...

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Modern Life In A Box

Those of you who are studied in the concepts of bio-axiomics know that your primary task is to create – and maintain – as natural an environment as possible. Every compromise of the environment translates into an inevitable compromise of health.

I put this concept to the test recently by putting myself in one of the most unnatural environments I can think of: a cruise ship. As it turns out, this became a great teaching model for the environment we should ...

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