Thursday, July 3, 2014

July 2014 Newsletter - "I Want to Say Thank You"



These are my favorite words to hear. Here’s the rest of the text I received last week:

 “I want to say thank you! I woke up this morning feeling like I'm "back in my body". I woke up energized and full of joy! I'm much more at ease. I can tell I'm shedding toxins and old Gunk that doesn't belong in my body.

I just finished the first bottles of the parasite tinctures and the consistency of taking them 3x a day is paying off!! I'm healing. Still more to go. Thanks to your help I'm headed in the right direction.”
Later this month is my annual trip to Rhindelander for the University of Wisconsin School of the Arts. I will be doing workshops on Saturday July 19 and Sunday July 20. Click here for more information: http://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/conferences/school-of-the-arts-rhinelander/index.html?source=soawisconsin.org

What Can You Learn From Your Urine? A Lot!
Introducing two new easy at home tests to measure internal function related to cell membrane health and detoxification capabilities. If you want these tests can also be done at my office.
The Meta-Oxy Test is a quick and easy test that measures malondialdehyde in the urine. To read more about malondialdehydes and this test click here:  http://brwellness.blogspot.com/2014/06/what-can-your-urine-tell-you.html

The Sulfite and Sulfate Test is a quick and easy test that measures sulfites and sulfates in the urine. Both excess sulfites and sulfates are toxins, particularly to the nervous system.  To learn more about this test click here: http://brwellness.blogspot.com/2014/06/what-can-your-urine-tell-you.html

Nutrition and Erectile Dysfunction: Progress on My Book
I continue to make progress on my book that is about male health with particular emphasis on the connection between nutrition and erectile dysfunction. I have been working with the title “The Dick Diet.” Some people love it and others don’t. I’m trying to figure out exactly what to do about that. I want the title to be catchy and memorable and yet at the same time not offensive. And, it needs to appeal to the target audience. I have a few ideas on ways to get more input. But the important part remains writing the actual book and getting that complete. 

At the same time it is important to remember how a man’s sexual performance is affected by his diet. For a reminder on that here’s my most recent article on nutrition and erectile dysfunction: http://brwellness.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-strong-link-between-nutrition-and.html

And if you have any input on what to call the book you are more than welcome to offer some suggestions!