Category Archives: Editorial Insights

Adjuvant Protocols for Healing:
A Practitioner’s Manual—Interview with Joseph Antell

The long awaited Adjuvant Protocols for Healing: A Practitioner’s Manual by Joseph Antell is here at last! Practitioners now have at their disposal an essential resource on the art of building nutrition protocols that will complement their primary scope of practice. Melissa Taylor of Whole Food Practice interviewed Joseph about how he came to write […]

Angry and Frustrated at WuFlu Confusion

Man leaning hands against wall

Many of us are angry and frustrated at the uncertainty, fear, and vulnerability we feel—not just from having a new virus introduced into our environment but from the sense that we are being “handled.” That we might be mistaken as weak and willing to give up our self-governance, our autonomy, and authority over our health […]

Letters from the Quarantined:
Coronaphobia vs. the Immune System

It’s been great hearing from practitioners, friends, and staff during our quarantine. They’ve sent me emails containing bits of humor and intelligence that you might find useful, so I’m sending this out to everyone coping with confinement in the CoronaSphere (a term coined by Bill Whittle). Please enjoy with your morning coffee. There have been […]

Raw Milk Dairies and the A2 Milk Scam

If you actually read the book Devil in the Milk, you’ll find that it starts out as a story of scientists who suspect a devil in milk to cause or increase the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease (CVD), autism and other mental disorders, eczema, and gut inflammation. The main characters are a couple of scientists […]

Scenes from the Zombie Food Apocalypse:
How to Feed Your Body After a Workout

Scene One: I work out, so I can eat whatever I want. ~~~ Humans are weird. We spend uncountable dollars and hours on clothes, makeup, and exercise. We worship buff athletes and their athletic contests. We adore skinny models and their skinny fashions. We think vegans are the healthy eaters. We’re hooked on image—on the […]

Mark Anderson’s Recommended Product List from Back to School 2018

Mark Anderson's Back to School FORDOCTORS 2018 recommended products list

No other event has done more to bring the teachings of the greatest nutritionist of the twentieth century, Dr. Royal Lee, to a modern audience than Mark Anderson’s Back to School for Doctors. Every year this annual seminar manages to transform Dr. Lee’s body of work into a relevant, living tradition of holistic nutrition that […]

There’s Bread and Then There’s Bread

When you think about food, do you sometimes feel like you live in two worlds at the same time? One is a colorful world of healthy food that’s full of nutrients. The other is a black-and-white world of unhealthy food that’s devoid of nutrients. In one of these worlds, bread is the staff of life. […]

Your Skin: Eruptions, Traumas, and Mysteries

Diana Hermann

SRP Founder Stephanie Anderson Interviews Diana Hermann of Zi Zai Dermatology. The skin is our hazmat suit for planet Earth. But how does it protect us from invasion by invisible microbial life forms? To start with, the skin needs two substances to be present in the GI tract: lactic acid and acetic acid. The body […]

Eat Crap and Die! A Test of Eating Skills for Ages 15–21

skull on plate

Look in the mirror. What do you see? Is your image scary or pleasant? Hopeful or dreadful? Capable or faking it? Whether you see yourself as smart or dumb, as gorgeous or hideous, as confident or meek, there’s one skill that, if you master it, will truly show you just how smart, successful, sexy, and […]

Get in the Rhythm with Vitamin B

“Why do we need vitamin B complex? Principally for our nerves. It maintains the normal rhythm of the heart. In a deficiency, irregular heart rhythm may occur. This is a loss of teamwork among the heart muscle areas, where, instead of all contracting together, one part contracts while another part relaxes. This is, of course, […]