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Feeding MaxWell – Meals to Improve Mental Health

Most Americans are in the habit of consuming fried food, prepackaged meals, and sugary beverages. Unfortunately, these foods are highly processed, pro-inflammatory, and put you at a higher risk for developing mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Holiday Gift Guide

Tis the season of giving and receiving. We wanted to share with you some of our most favorite health focused gifts this year. We often feel guilty prioritizing our well-being, so what a wonderful time of year to give back to your health and the health of those that you love. We hope you enjoy our selections and recommendations.

Improving Brain Health at MaxWell Clinic

What Health Conditions are affected by Brain Health? … All of them! Seriously, can you ever be healthy without a healthy functioning brain? No – it is that important.

The Brain Heals

It thrills us to be able to share Catarina’s story with you. Her story is one of multiple inter-related causes needing to be found and systematically addressed. As you watch this, please know ...

Genomind and the Brain

How the Genecept Assay Works GeneceptTM Assay is an approach that analyzes neurotransmitter variations to help the clinician arrive at informed ...

qEEG-Neurofeedback Basics

What is EEG-Neurofeedback? EEG-Neurofeedback (EEG-NFB) trains the brain. Small sensors are placed on the scalp which monitor brain electrical activity. The results are fed through an FDA-registered database and users are given real-time feedback to optimize their brain wave patterns.…

Words the IOM will regret…

Ok, I am putting a line in the sand... I predict the Institute of Medicine and the authors of the recent paper on Vitamin D will indirectly be responsible for excess deaths and increased end stage disease as a result of people following their recommendations.

Everyday toxins contributing to ADHD

WHY is my kid bouncing off the wall? Maybe he/she is toxic. Seriously. In a recent study of US children, those with higher levels of organophosphate (OPs) pesticide metabolites in their urine were more likely to have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than children with lower levels, researchers report in the June issue of Pediatrics.