Jordan Reasoner

healing eczema with functional medicine

Today, I’m excited to share an important post by one of the practitioners I admire – Dr. Stephanie Davis.

Stephanie is a doctor of chiropractic medicine who has trained extensively in the Functional Medicine approach.

Stephanie fought through her own health struggles with hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, infertility, and eczema, as well as her husband’s Hashimoto’s. Her personal journey drives her to serve those who want guidance on finding the real root cause of their illness and snuffing it out, for good.

If you’re dealing with eczema, skin issues, and autoimmunity, this article is for you. [click to continue…]

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24-hour yogurt sauce

Most of us know we should eat more 24-hour yogurt. After all, it’s one of the most powerful gut healing foods: each tablespoon of properly prepared yogurt contains 700 BILLION CFUs per cup.

That’s a lot of probiotics.

With that in mind, I challenged myself to come up with some new ways to eat 24-hour yogurt. (I also had a freezer full of ground meat from hunting over the fall and winter.) The result? Gut-Healing Greek Meatballs with 24-Hour Yogurt Tzatziki sauce.

This recipe sounds fancy, but even my kids ate it. (Maybe because they like anything you can dip!) [click to continue…]

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When you think of a “healthy” meal, what comes to mind?

When I think of healthy food, I always picture a bright pink fillet of salmon.

Something that looks like this:

Fresh, pink salmon pieces

But is fish always a gut healthy food?

The answer isn’t clear cut. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to eating fish…

  • Is it farmed fish or wild caught?
  • Fresh, frozen, or canned?
  • Is it environmentally friendly?
  • Should I just take a fish oil pill instead?

Today, I’m going to address all those questions and give you our bottom line recommendations for eating fish – how much, what type, and what to do if you can’t. [click to continue…]

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The best practitioners all have what we call a “Hero’s Journey.” It’s their own story of sickness and healing.

You might know mine and Steve’s stories by now – how we both had digestive problems in college, and helped each other through the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.

But do you know why we talk about our story so much?

Our own experiences with sickness and healing are what power us to help others. We know what it is like to suffer – and we know what it is like to take back control and heal.

The people we help the most are the ones who see a bit of themselves in our story.

That’s why today, I’m excited to share our recommended practitioner Christina Tidwell’s Hero’s Journey with you.

She struggled with Adult-Onset Still’s Disease or AOSD, a rare autoinflammatory disease that brings on a myriad of symptoms, including persistent high fevers, joint pain, and a salmon-colored bumpy rash

Now she’s med-free and helping others who are going through the same battle she’s overcome.

I hope you see something in Christina’s story that makes you think, “Hey, that is just like me.”

And if Christina’s story does resonate with you, I hope you’ll consider taking the next step to work with her. [click to continue…]

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One of the most powerful tools there is when it comes to getting our health back isn’t the perfect diet or all the right supplements…

It’s our attitude.

I know, we get it – a positive attitude may be the last thing on your mind when you’re sick….

But it could be the difference between getting your health back and staying sick.

Steve, myself and Mimi – we all had major setbacks on the road to getting healthy.

And it was a positive attitude that gave us the strength to keep moving forward – to keep tweaking, adjusting and adapting.

When those thoughts of negativity crept in, it was Mimi’s can-do attitude that gave her the strength to make that one life-changing adjustment.

The adjustment that helped her overcome IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and Type 2 Diabetes.

If you’ve lost hope, can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel, or are just plain tired of being sick, this story is for you.

[Enter Mimi]

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