The Time My Doctor Broke Up With Me: A Bad Story Gone Good 

In October 2015, after nearly a year of being bedridden and receiving no medical treatment, I finally got to see a doctor. I shouldn't say I saw him, because well, not only were my eyes completely covered during the appointment, we weren't even in the same room. In fact, the appointment consisted of the doctor calling... Continue Reading →

A Dispatch From Bed

The room is completely dark, even after I take off the washcloth and tanning goggles shielding my eyes from encroaching light. When Ryan Prior interviewed me for Forgotten Plague, the documentary he co-directed about MECFS, the body I had worked so hard to obtain was slowly wasting away, but little did I know at the time... Continue Reading →

Supplement Advice With a Grain of Salt

The supplement industry is a billion dollar industry, it's no wonder the average American spends $30 a month on supplements while some dish out hundreds. The source behind this frivaless and at times, completely useless spending are supplement companies and their pipeline of promoters and distributors. It's pretty difficult not to come across an advertisement... Continue Reading →

Diversity is a Good Thing

These days there are so many diets available. SO MANY! There's Paleo, there's Vegan, there's South Beach, there's Pritikin, there's Raw, how many "there's" are allowed in one sentence? Pretty much any method of consuming calories that one could desire is already designed and available to try. Each methodology has its own set of rules... Continue Reading →

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