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Monday, December 20th, 2021

What’s Up Doc? A year in review

Since Covid hit, I feel we have all been in an odd place, myself included. WellnessPlus by Dr. Jess MD Without trying to sound insensitive, the “pandemic” times have not necessarily been bad to me. I launched Wellness plus, my online subscription app in December 2020 and not only has it provided me freedom, but […]

Monday, July 13th, 2020

Are Chemicals Making Us Fat?

Pro-inflammatory chemicals Your body has the ability to heal you but if it is constantly fighting to keep you well, then the luxurious idea of losing weight is put on the back burner while your body just tries to keep you afloat. Here are just a few examples of the pro-inflammatory chemicals that we come […]

Friday, June 26th, 2020

The Genetic Basis of Trauma-How Fear Impacts Our DNA

Trauma, chemical signatures, and epigenetics Traumatic experiences can leave a “chemical signature” on your genes, which passes down to future generations. This is not by a genetic mutation. Rather, the trauma alters the expression of a gene by turning it on or off. This impacts the subsequent functioning protein that the gene codes. This is […]

Thursday, May 21st, 2020

Glyphosate And its Effects on the Body: A Review of Dr Seneff’s Work

Concerning Round-Up ready’s claims:     While correlation is not causation, the trends are very revealing and troublesome. Glyphosate works synergistically with aluminum, which is present in certain foods, vaccines, and water, to induce neurological damage. Monsanto asserts that in vivo studies show Round-Up is non-toxic to animals. There are two primary problems with this […]

Tuesday, May 12th, 2020

Best Treatment for Endometriosis Might be Cannabis

What is the endocannabinoid system? Let me explain a little about cannabis and the endocannabinoid system so that you can understand the science behind this misunderstood plant. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) was never something we were taught about in medical school. It happens to run from your brain to your bowels…and the receptors, known as […]

Tuesday, May 12th, 2020

Naturally Treating the Thyroid with Diet

What does the thyroid do? The thyroid is frequently overlooked, but it is a critical organ to the overall functioning of your body. It is located in the middle of the lower neck, and it produces hormones that influence every cell, tissue, and organ in your body. It controls your energy levels and regulates metabolism. […]

Monday, May 11th, 2020

The Importance of a Bioindividual Diet

Each human being is an individual We have our own genetic makeup with unique genetic codings or mutations. Thus, our bodies absorb certain foods, nutrients, and medications at varying rates. One diet cannot be suitable for everyone on the planet. For instance, even the Gerson Institute acknowledges that liver capsules or bone marrow/broth may be […]

Monday, May 11th, 2020

The Dangers of Unstudied Frequencies on Our Health: 5G, EMR and WIFI

5G is here, so is it safe? I will always remember the day my dad came home from Panera Bread raving about “hot spots” that you could use to access the internet. Today, WiFi is ubiquitous. Mobile devices are necessary for everyday life. Our lives have become a blur of responsibility and hustle. It makes […]

Monday, May 11th, 2020

A Healthier Sleeping Position for Better Digestion, Drain Lymph and Improve Overall Health

Sleeping position for quality sleep Even when we make quality sleep a priority, we may find hidden causes of our aches, pains, and chronic conditions that are linked to our sleep habits. For instance, here are some common reasons that patients have undiagnosed pain or tight muscles that can be traced back to sloppy sleeping […]

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Risk Factors and Prevention for Osteoporosis

Managing long-term osteoporosis Clinically, the progression of osteoporosis is tracked using bone density scans. Managing the long-term risk of bone breakdown and risk of fracture is of the utmost importance in aging. Falls contribute to unintentional injuries and it’s these injuries at becoming a major predictor of longevity and the need for skilled nursing care […]

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