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When all is said and done, it still takes time for a home purchase to close. Monica finally had a purchase agreement on a small farm: 20 acres with rolling topography and some fenced pasture, a … more
In this past season you probably noticed that “sweet tooth” become extra active. The holiday season is filled with opportunity for sweets of all different kinds. For many the holiday would not be … more
11% of U.S. Children are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD is characterized by patterns of inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity that interferes with daily … more
And once again it’s a new year. I could talk about something along the lines of it being New Year’s, however, I did that last year. Instead let me tell you all about the much more existing … more
As we move into the winter months, there is a steady increase in colds and flu reported throughout the country. This yearly cycle of illness has become almost routine to the point that many expect to … more
In a world filled with chaos and constant motion, the search for balance and harmony becomes a universal pursuit. Many turn to ancient wisdom and spiritual principles for guidance, and one such … more
Purchasing organic pork is the best bet for your health. The antibiotic carbadox is added to pig feed to prevent infections and fatten up the animals. Due to cancer concerns the drug has been banned … more
The first Christmas I can remember as a child was 1964. I was seven years old. I had the same interests as any second- grade boy. The toy machinery was the best. When my dad went to the implement … more
Christmas is a magical time of the year and in Minnesota one of the few times that no one is really upset by the snow. Including my transplanted hispanic family from the south. We absolutely love … more
In last month’s article, I presented the concept that food can be used as medicine. I presented some ideas for managing acid reflux. In that article, I mentioned that coffee can be a trigger for … more
In the vast tapestry of the universe, there exists a symphony of vibrations that weave through the fabric of reality. This intricate dance is governed by the second universal law, the Law of … more
Across the country every family has their own Thanksgiving Day traditions. Holiday traditions are a great way to bring families closer together on the holiday as everyone has something to look … more
I never knew my grandfather, Otis Campbell. He passed away the year I was born. But my grandmother and father told me many stories about him that just piqued my interest in him. I always enjoyed the … more
The flu vaccine is recommended for pregnant women even though there exists evidence that the vaccine could place their pregnancy at risk. Research funded by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) found … more
In last month’s article, I presented the benefits of eating an apple each day. In my clinical practice, I love to present the ways that food can be used as medicine. Nutrition is designed for … more
With the exception of 2020, every Halloween since I graduated from college I have participated in Trunk-or-Treat in the church parking lot. Which I absolutely love taking a part in, mainly because I … more
My grandmother told me stories of my great grandfather Norman Campbell. His parents homesteaded our farm in the 1850’s before Minnesota was granted statehood. When he was just a small child, the … more
In the tapestry of existence, there exists a profound principle that transcends boundaries and connects every facet of our reality—the First Universal Law of Oneness. This fundamental concept … more
Save your brain, prevent dementia. The more you eat a diet based on whole healthy foods the more you can improve brain power and brain function. Certain foods can delay or prevent age related … more
In last month’s article, I presented a solution to the increasing health challenge of Metabolic Syndrome. In that article, eight specific steps were recommended for beginning the process of … more
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