We see a lot of people in our practice who have been told they may have Alzheimer’s disease. or they do have Alzheimer’s disease. You have to step back and see how that diagnosis was made.
Is there really such a thing as non-celiac gluten sensitivity? Dr. Sharlin Responds: Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) is different from wheat allergy and Celiac disease. It remains a [...]
Facebook comment: There is no such thing as commercially available genetically modified wheat. This is just “fear-mongering.” Dr. Sharlin responds: To suggest, by extension, that we are being [...]
This essay will appear in the August/September issue of Ozarks Living Magazine, under my column Grow Your Health Summer Solstice, the beginning of summer and longest day of the year, brings me to [...]
“Growing your own food is like printing your own money” says Ron Finley, the Guerilla Gardner of South Los Angeles in TED 2013. I am reminded of these words when a friend echoes them in [...]
Dorothy: Oh, will you help me? Can you help me? Glinda: You don’t need to be helped any longer. You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas. Dorothy: I have? If you are an adult [...]
I was seeing a patient the other day in my office who had come in to review her lab results. Her concerns include fatigue, poor energy, weight gain, and diffuse muscle soreness. She owns a [...]
One of the first ideas I was introduced to in my education as a functional medicine doctor was the illness-wellness continuum. To me the idea that each of us lives on a scale between perfect [...]