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September 30, 2021

Intermittent Fasting (What Is the Best Time of Day to Fast?)

fasting cycles Different types of fasting, including intermittent fasting, conducted due to lifestyle, religious practices, or availability of food, have been common in many parts of the world throughout human history.

Intermittent fasting (IF) has grown in popularity as a health trend for those wanting to lose weight, improve metabolic health, improve blood pressure, reduce risk of diabetes, or improve overall health.

According to Johns Hopkins neuroscientist Mark Mattson, Ph.D., "Many things happen during intermittent fasting that can protect organs against chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, age-related neurodegenerative disorders, even inflammatory bowel disease and many cancers."

Intermittent fasting is a pattern of eating that includes both periods of fasting and periods of normal eating. IF specifies when you should eat, unlike traditional diets, which specify mostly what you should eat.

However, what you eat is still very important while intermittent fasting. I recommend following the dietary guidelines laid out in my Ten Days to Optimal Health program in conjunction with your intermittent fasting program.

Ten Days to Optimal Health My health program includes a 5-day fasting program, done alongside colon cleansing and using the Vit-Ra-Tox Kit. I recommend doing this program 3-6 times per year to detoxify the body.

Intermittent fasting is not recommended for everyone, including those with a history of eating disorders, those under the age of 18, pregnant or breastfeeding women, those with diabetes or blood sugar problems, or those with other underlying health conditions. Please consult with your doctor if you are unsure whether intermittent fasting is right for you.

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July 6, 2021

How To Decalcify the Prostate and Prevent Prostate Calcification


how to make essential oil suppositories Prostatic calcification and the formation of prostatic calculi is a common condition of the prostate gland, especially for men over the age of 50.

Prostatic calculi are small stones that form in the prostate, and are either endogenous (caused by obstruction of the prostate ducts around an enlarged prostate due to BPH or chronic inflammation) or extrinsic (caused by urine reflux).

Reports on the prevalence of prostatic calculi vary widely. It's estimated that anywhere from 7% to 70% of men may experience prostatic calcification in their lifetimes. Most cases do not present symptoms, and thus go unreported.

Although prostatic calcification is most commonly seen in men over the age of 50 and those with BPH, it is also possible for younger men without BPH to experience prostatic calcification, especially if they have an inflamed prostate (prostatitis). Calcium deposits may also occur in areas with injury, infection, or cancer.

Treatment is usually unnecessary if there are no symptoms, but for those experiencing pain or difficulty urinating, prostatic calculi can be removed by a doctor using a transurethral electroresection loop or a holmium laser.

If you are experiencing pain or difficulty urinating, or think you may have prostatic calculi, you should visit a doctor.

While doctors should be able to help with removing calcium deposits from the prostate, there are important steps you can take at home to help prevent prostatic calcification from occurring. As prostatic calculi usually go hand in hand with either BPH (an enlarged prostate) or prostatitis (an inflamed prostate), taking preventative measures to avoid these conditions and improve the health of your prostate is important.

By colon cleansing with the 3-step enema series and using essential oil suppositories, you can reduce pain and inflammation and remove toxins from the prostate, and help prevent or heal from BPH and/or prostatitis.

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Prostate Health Recommendations:

  • Do the 3-step enema series 1 to 3 times per week to help detoxify the liver and prostate.
  • Use essential oil suppositories. We offer a Prostatitis Essential Oil Blend and a BPH Essential Oil Blend. I recommend using one of these blends in a daily suppository to help heal from these conditions and support overall prostate health.
  • Take the dietary support supplement Prostatrol Forte. Prostatrol Forte's unique formula is specifically designed to help men who suffer from BPH or prostatitis, and improve overall prostate health. Saw palmetto extract reduces the amount of hormonal stimulation of the prostate gland. Nettles root extract blocks estrogen binding and pygeum inhibits the effects of growth factors on prostate cells. Both saw palmetto and pygeum reduce the inflammatory pathways which generate prostatitis. Zinc is necessary for proper prostate function. Selenium is also needed for proper prostate function and may reduce the incidence of prostate cancer.

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May 18, 2021

Mercury Toxicity and
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis

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Sources of Mercury Exposure

mercury amalgams Mercury is a highly toxic chemical element that can be found in thermometers, electrical equipment, fluorescent light bulbs, dental fillings, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, seafood, and industrial waste.

Despite its toxicity, mercury is still used in dental amalgams (the silver-colored material used to fill teeth after removal of a cavity) in most of the world.

As a byproduct of industrialization, mercury can find its way into soil and water sources, and from there into the food we eat. Consuming foods that contain mercury is the most common cause of mercury poisoning, particularly for those who eat a lot of fish or other seafood, due to the mercury exposure and build-up that occurs in fish and other sea creatures living in polluted waters.

Other sources of possible mercury poisoning can include broken oral or rectal thermometers and exposure to toxic air or water if you live or work in highly industrialized areas.

Very small amounts of mercury are not necessarily harmful to your health, but significant mercury exposure can be very dangerous, even life-threatening, and in general we should all be trying to limit our exposure to mercury as much as possible. mercury thermometer

Symptoms of Mercury Poisoning

mercury thermometer Symptoms associated with mercury poisoning are primarily neurological and include:
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • irritability
  • memory problems
  • tremors
  • numbness, especially in hands and feet
  • speech difficulty
  • muscle weakness and lack of coordination
  • changes in vision and hearing
  • trouble walking
  • insomnia
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How To Diagnose Mercury Poisoning

You can test your mercury levels using either a blood test or a hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA).

Blood tests may give you the information you need about your body's mercury and other heavy metal levels, but it's also possible for blood tests to give you completely normal (but inaccurate) results even if you have elevated mercury levels. This is because the body is constantly removing heavy metals from the blood as a protective measure, and depositing them into tissues such as your bones, teeth, and hair.

For most heavy metals, including mercury, blood tests are primarily accurate for acute exposure to heavy metals (taking the test within 3-5 days of significant exposure should show elevated heavy metal levels), but are less accurate for testing longer-term heavy metal toxicity, because mercury (or copper, lead, etc.) levels decrease rapidly from the blood after initial exposure. Therefore, I recommend using a hair tissue mineral analysis to most accurately determine your body's heavy metal levels, and whether or not you have mercury toxicity.

Treatment for Mercury Poisoning

The first and most important way to treat mercury toxicity is to stop all possible sources of exposure. This may include removing seafood from your diet, replacing any fillings you have that contain mercury, and removing any other environmental sources of mercury you may be exposed to.

Additionally, doctors often recommend chelation therapy for severe cases of mercury poisoning to help the body remove and dispose of mercury. This type of therapy does have side effects and risks, so it's best to use only when necessary. If you think you have severe mercury poisoning, see a doctor right away.

I also recommend regularly doing my 3-step enema series protocol — which consists of two therapeutic cleansing enemas followed by a coffee enema — to help detox your body from many toxins and heavy metals, including mercury.

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There are also several supplements I recommend taking to help heal from mercury toxicity (or heavy metal toxicity in general):
  • Taking chlorophyll before doing a coffee enema is extremely beneficial, as chlorophyll is a binding agent, and helps make sure toxins leave your body and are not reabsorbed after the coffee enema.
  • Researched Nutritionals ToxinPul helps detoxify the body and can assist in removing pesticides, herbicides, and heavy metals in both the GI tract and systemically.
  • Endo-Met GB-3 assists in the removal of toxic metals from the liver and supports GI health.
Finally, suppositories can be another great tool to help detoxify your body and heal from mercury toxicity. I recommend rotating OHN Liver Cleanse Essential Oil Blend and OHN Coffee Enema Essential Oil Blend in daily suppositories.

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For individualized support around detoxifying your body, healing from heavy metal toxicity, balancing your body's mineral levels, or just learning more about your body's health, order a hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) testing kit. Testing includes a free 15-minute phone consultation with me to review the results and design a healing protocol.

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February 28, 2021

Enemas During Pregnancy

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Constipation is often experienced during pregnancy. Although it usually does not become severe, it can reduce quality of life and sometimes lead to the development of anal fissures or hemorrhoids.

Constipation during pregnancy can be caused by changing hormone levels in the body, prenatal vitamins that many expecting mothers take, or pressure from the uterus in later pregnancy. It's important to be as comfortable and pain-free as possible during pregnancy, so avoiding the unpleasantness of constipation is beneficial, and enemas are one of several tools you can use to help with this.

Are Enemas Safe During Pregnancy?

While there are mixed opinions on the safety of enemas during pregnancy, and there has been very little scientific research done on this issue, many pregnant women find themselves needing to take enemas to alleviate uncomfortable constipation.

Many doctors agree that it is possible for enemas to stimulate labor, so while enemas can be perfectly safe and provide constipation relief for many pregnant women, I do recommend talking to your doctor first, especially if you are in your third trimester.

Constipation itself can also trigger preterm uterine contractions, however, so avoiding constipation in whatever way works best for you is important. I have worked with many pregnant women over the past 20+ years, and I find that for most mothers-to-be, enemas are a safe and beneficial thing you can do to improve your health while pregnant. I recommend reading this client's letter about her experience with constipation and enemas during pregnancy, in which she writes:

"I read your book, Ten Days to Optimal Health, and watched some how-to videos to find out how to do an enema. I was extremely cautious and slow with my enema experimentation. I used comfortably warm water and only allowed a small amount of fluid into my bowel at slow intervals so that my bowel could adjust and be completely comfortable with the enema. I did the enemas while soaking in an Epsom salt bath and I quickly felt very relaxed doing enemas. The enemas gave me immense relief and helped me to avoid constipation. I did not have any further uterine contractions and my baby was born at full term, with a wonderful natural birth."

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Alternative Constipation Remedies

There are alternative solutions I would recommend pregnant women try if concerned about doing enemas, such as stool softeners and lifestyle and dietary changes.

Make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids, eating a lot of healthy fruits, vegetables, and proteins, and minimizing intake of gluten, dairy, and sugar. Doing regular, gentle forms of exercise (if your doctor says this is okay) can also help prevent or relieve constipation.

Additionally, I recommend taking Ortho Reacted Magnesium as a stool softener, which is safe for pregnant women.

Taking Endo-Met GB-3, vitamin C, and a probiotic such as Ortho Biotic can also help move your bowels and improve the health of your microbiome to prevent constipation.

enemas during pregnancy Most doctors recommend avoiding harsher stimulative laxatives while pregnant, because they can induce contractions.

If you do decide to take an enema during your pregnancy, ensure you are in as relaxed a state as possible. Taking the enema during an Epsom salt bath with lavender essential oil can be the perfect calming setting.

As always, especially if you are new to enemas, take things slowly and check in with your body frequently. If you feel any pain or discomfort, do not continue with the enema. If you need any support, feel free to call us at 608-242-0200 or set up a phone consultation with me.

Healing Anal Fissures While Pregnant

Many women develop anal fissures while pregnant or while giving birth. Fissures can be extremely painful and can become a chronic issue for some. I have developed an anal fissure healing protocol that is safe for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers to use. The protocol consists of:
  1. taking daily OHN Anal Fissure Essential Oil Blend suppositories
  2. bathing the area around the fissure daily using Frankincense and Myrrh Goat Milk Soap
  3. applying Super Salve to the fissure 1-3 times per day
  4. using Reacted Magnesium as a stool softener if you are struggling with constipation or hard-to-pass stools
  5. taking MSM daily to help heal the tissues and restore blood flow in the area around the fissure
Some people find colon cleansing with home enemas to be helpful in healing fissures, but again, use caution when attempting to colon cleanse while pregnant, and I recommend trying the above therapies first.

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February 7, 2021

Featured Supplement:
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Good digestive health is one of the most important aspects of whole-body health, but digestive health declines for many people as they age, and digestive concerns affect over 50 million Americans annually.

When you're struggling with digestive issues, it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what's wrong, but many digestive concerns involve a reduction in the level of digestive enzymes present in your body, such as pepsin, an enzyme that breaks down protein.

As people age, their levels of pepsin and gastric acids decline, which can contribute to an unbalanced microbiome (also known as dysbiosis) in the digestive tract.

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Gut microbiome imbalances often requires supplementation to fix, and Standard Process Zypan is a great option, combining the digestive enzymes pepsin and pancreatin, which both support the breakdown of protein and fats, and betaine hydrochloride, which supports pH balance in the stomach.

enema coffee Additional Zypan Benefits:
  • Supports macronutrient digestion
  • Supports age-related digestion concerns
  • May help with bloating and indigestion
  • Includes stearic acid to coat the pancreatin, helping it to be digested in the correct area of the digestive tract
  • Provides enzymatic support for protein digestion
  • Supports the environment of the GI tract
Zypan is also a great supplement to use to combat acid reflux and heartburn.

For people struggling with their digestive health, I recommend taking two tablets with each meal. For people without digestive issues, but who want to optimize their digestion, take one tablet of Zypan with each meal.

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January 29, 2021

What Is a Coffee Enema?

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A coffee enema is a therapeutic enema that contains made-for-enema coffee, filtered water, and sometimes a few drops of an essential oil. Coffee enemas are a well-known tool to help detoxify your body, specifically the liver and gallbladder, and raise your body's glutathione levels.

Glutathione is an antioxidant that is key to your body's detoxification abilities. It relieves oxidative stress by reacting to free radicals and making them inert. High levels of oxidative stress can lead to serious health concerns, such as diabetes and cancer, so it's important to keep your glutathione levels up and oxidative stress down.

Coffee enemas stimulate the liver to produce more bile, and cause the muscles of the bile duct to release bile from the gallbladder into the small intestine. This allows the liver to quickly rid itself of harmful toxins, so it can continue to function well and support your overall health.

Coffee enemas are also known to help relieve pain and nausea, reduce inflammation, and increase mental clarity, focus, and energy levels.


How can I make a coffee enema more effective?

While coffee enemas alone are a great health tool, there are multiple ways you can make your coffee enema protocol even more effective:
  • Firstly, we recommend doing two therapeutic cleansing enemas beforehand, one with our Frankincense and Myrrh Goat Milk Soap, and the other with our Colon Cleanse Essential Oil Blend and Celtic Sea Salt. These enemas help clear the colon out so you're not potentially absorbing harmful toxins during the coffee enema. These two cleansing provide their own therapeutic benefits, including helping to balance your microbiome.

    With the third enema being the coffee enema, this constitutes our 3-step enema series protocol.
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  • Secondly, you can add essential oil drops to a coffee enema to help increase the body's glutathione levels beyond what the coffee enema alone can do, and therefore increase the efficacy of your coffee enema. We recommend adding 5-10 drops of Tangerine Essential Oil, Geranium Essential Oil, or our OHN Coffee Enema Essential Oil Blend into your coffee enema solution. Tangerine essential oil also helps remove heavy metals from your body.

    These essential oils can also be used to replace the coffee in an enema for people who are sensitive or allergic to coffee or caffeine.
  • Finally, it is best to use a binding agent when doing a coffee enema. We recommend consuming chlorophyll, which tightly binds the toxins released by the gallbladder so they leave the body and are not reabsorbed through the intestinal wall. Take 4-8 chlorophyll capsules approximately 30 minutes before you start the coffee enema.


Coffee enema tips:

  • Make your coffee and water enema solution roughly body temperature (approx. 98°F) for the enema if possible.
  • It's best to hold a coffee enema for about 12-15 minutes. If you're not able to hold an enema for that long, that's ok. Just hold it for as long as you're able to!
  • Frequency — Some people do coffee enemas daily, some people do them a few times a week or month. The optimal frequency depends on your state of health and amount of free time, so it's best to listen to your body, and how the enemas are making you feel, when deciding how frequently to do coffee enemas.
  • Location — We recommend doing enemas somewhere you can be comfortable that is also close to a toilet. Many people do enemas either lying in a bathtub or lying on a towel on the bathroom floor.
  • Always use coffee that is made for enemas — organic, high in caffeine and palmitates, low-acid, and lightly air-roasted for a coffee enema. We recommend OHN's made-for-enema coffee.
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Check out these links for more information on coffee enemas:

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▶︎ Coffee Enema Recipes

▶︎ How To Take an Enema Series


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First complete any relevant sections of my secure online intake form. Upon submitting the form, you will be prompted to schedule a consultation time with me via my online booking system. Please note that appointment times are USA Central Time.

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November 23, 2020

How You Can Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19

virus protection masks Since the beginning of this year, COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has spread across the world at a rapid rate. As of November of 23, 2020, there have been approximately 59 million reported cases and 1.4 million deaths worldwide.

There have been over 10 million reported cases and 230,000 deaths in the United States alone, and these numbers are rising every day. These are harrowing statistics, and it’s important at this time that everyone continues to do everything they can to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

While there is still a lot we don't know about this virus, scientists and doctors have learned much in the past 10 months, and there are proven actions that individuals and communities can take to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a list of recommendations to help keep yourself and others from contracting COVID-19. Here is a summary of those safety guidelines:
  • Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others to reduce risk of COVID-19 transmission. Maintain an even greater distance when indoors.
  • Always wear a mask when you are around people who are not a part of your household, and make sure the people you are around are wearing a mask too! Masks have been shown to be very effective at preventing the spread of coronavirus, especially when combined with social distancing.
  • Avoid the 3 C's: spaces that are closed (limited ventilation), crowded, and/or involve close contact. These include public spaces such as restaurants, gyms, offices, stores, places of worship, etc.
  • If you do have to be in indoor spaces, try to keep your distance from others and always wear a mask, and make sure those around you are wearing masks. The WHO also recommends increasing the amount of ventilation when indoors with others (by opening windows, for example).
  • Regularly and thoroughly wash and/or sanitize your hands.
  • Meet people outside as much as possible. Limit the number of people you interact with indoors as much as you can (ideally, just your household).
  • Make getting tested a regular part of your life, if it is accessible to you. In many cities right now, free COVID-19 testing is being offered. If it is easily accessible to you, getting tested weekly can stop COVID-19 outbreaks before they spread too far. This is especially important since so many people with coronavirus are asymptomatic, but still able to spread the virus.
  • If you have any known contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, or if you yourself have tested positive or have symptoms, stay home and self-isolate for two weeks.
The most common coronavirus symptoms are: fever, dry cough, and tiredness, but other symptoms include loss of taste or smell, aches and pains, headache, sore throat, nasal congestion, red eyes, diarrhea, or a skin rash.

social distancing There's a lot of misinformation out there about COVID-19, but we know that the virus spreads by respiratory droplets or aerosols, and there is clear data and evidence that shows that these WHO guidelines work. Limiting your time in close contact with others indoors, and always wearing a mask when you are around others, are very simple ways to have a huge impact on reducing coronavirus transmission.

Data gathered from states with and without mask mandates has shown that widespread mask usage led to a significant slowdown in a state's daily COVID-19 growth rate over time. This study estimated that by implementing mask mandates between April 8 and May 15, 2020, fifteen states plus Washington DC averted more than 200,000 COVID-19 cases by May 22, 2020.

Another study from June of 2020 looked at COVID-19 death rates across 198 countries, and found that those with cultural norms and/or government policies that encouraged people to wear masks had lower death rates than those without.

New studies from the CDC have demonstrated that cloth masks protect wearers by filtering out small infectious droplets. Masks with multiple layers of high thread count cloth are most effective at this. Multiple contact tracing studies conducted in the past few months have also found that mask wearing during the studied high-risk exposure situations (such as an outbreak that occurred on the USS Theodore Roosevelt, and flights that contained infected passengers) reduced infection risk by at least 70%.

In addition to the WHO guidelines, ensuring that your immune system is as strong as possible is another important step to take to keep yourself safe. Some vitamins and supplements that I recommend taking to strengthen your immune system include Researched Nutritionals Transfer Factor Multi-Immune, 10,000 IU of vitamin D daily, and 4,000 mg of vitamin C daily.

For more information on how to support your immune health with herbs, supplements, diet, colon cleansing, and essential oils, check out this article.

Even when it's not fatal, coronavirus can be devastating to a person's body, and many previously healthy people have reported long-term health issues after contracting the virus. It's time for us all to be thinking about our friends, family members, and community members, and do everything possible to stop the spread of coronavirus. This is not an individual virus or problem, and it will only be solved by communities taking care of and looking out for each other, by following the WHO guidelines and staying home, social distancing, getting tested frequently, and wearing masks as much as possible. These actions will also help protect you from the virus.

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