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I’ve been offline for the past week because I was on a spring break vacation with my family. This is not the first week long trip I’ve been on since my recovery but it is the first one that I truly felt good the entire time. I visited two large cities in two different states and a national park. I walked and hiked several miles every day and even though I was tired at the end of each day, I never once felt like I was going to crash. Most importantly, I felt happy and confident in my abilities for the first time in many years. In the past I would skip some outings to conserve energy or sit out the late dinners with friends and family but not this time. I went to every social gather that was offered and even wanted more hiking when my young healthy kids were ready to just chill in the hotel. This week has shown me the even post recovery, there is still room for improvement and growth. There is still opportunity to become healthier than I’ve ever been and improve my quality of life beyond what I ever though possible. Yes, I considered myself recovered this time last year and the year before but I have continued to get healthier, stronger, and more resilient. I suspect that this journey towards better health will not end anytime soon because as long as there is room to improve my mental and physical wellness, I will not stop working. It’s been nearly two years since I wrote my book on my recovery (which you can download for free) and I still believe in every word I wrote and more importantly put it into practice.
has a ton of health benefits. And the longer you fast, the better it is but not more than 5 days.

Daily, I do what some call intermittent fasting but I call time restricted feeding. I have an 8 hour feeding window from 8am to 4pm, which gives me a 16 hour daily fast.

I also do a 3 to 5 day fast, once every couple months. I consider this real intermittent fasting.

Check out the chart below to see the benefits over time. Of particular interest for people with is autophagy and immune system modulation. But you only get these in substantial amounts by doing extended water only fasting.

🛑 Before you do any extended fasts, do your research to understand best practices.
I was told that most people don’t recover from, and those that do are younger. I found this belief echoed online pretty much everywhere I looked. Recovery was just the outliers, they said. I chose to listen to the outliers and not the naysayers. I was 47 when I considered myself fully recovered.

Listen carefully to the outliers.
Wellness does not come from a pharmaceutical. Wellness comes from your food, from your thoughts, and from your activities.
Everybody in the world is seeking happiness—and there is one sure way to find it. That is by controlling your thoughts. Happiness doesn’t depend on outward conditions. It depends on inner conditions.
The everyday stress of life doesn’t care about your illness. It doesn’t care about your anxiety. It doesn’t care if you’re exhausted or in pain. It’s going to come regardless of what your physical or mental state is at the moment.

The challenge is finding ways to deal with the stress in a way that doesn’t break you down further. Frankly it’s something I’m still trying to figure out.

I do know that stress is an internal response often to an external stimuli. Meaning it’s a matter of how we perceive any given situation. Perception matters in how we deal with stress.

Look at the image below. Do you see an young woman or an old woman or both? The intriguing thing is once you see both you can shift your perception the see either one at will. We can deal with stress in a similar way by shifting our perception. See the opportunity in a situation. See the blessing that may be hidden in the darkness. Let go of things that are out of our control; and let go of things don’t matter; and let go of feelings that weigh us down.
The only person that absolutely must love you is yourself. Once you love yourself the way you should, love from others will find you. Letting go of my expectations of others has helped me find happiness and once I did that, I became like gravity to others.
In my opinion, we have to live every day like we are still trying to recover even if we feel 100%. I believe recovery should not necessarily be the goal. Sure it’s want we all want but improving your quality of life should be the real goal because it’s a goal you can continually work towards and achieve. It’s also small victories that you can celebrate week after week as you walk your healing journey. Hippocrates is quoted as saying: “Before you heal someone, ask him if he's willing to give up the things that make him sick.” If you go back to your bad habits then relapse is likely. If instead you focus on just incrementally improving your quality of life then perhaps recovery to your former self ends up just being a mid-way point.
There is not much that can derail recovery faster than stress. Doesn't matter the type of stress or the source. Anxiety from a new symptom. Pressure from your job or the pressure to get a job. Even an small argument with a spouse can send us into a downward spiral.

I have mostly recovered from CFS but one of the main issues I still deal with is my ability to handle stress. I am hyper-reactive to stress and the cascade of effects that it causes. Things I could have easily brushed off before my illness, now send me into a deep depression, make me very anxious, or triggers some of the physical symptoms that threaten to set me back.

How do I deal with this? In reality, it's still a work in progress. I often wonder if this hypersensitivity will always be with me. Will I ever have the stress tolerance that I had before? I hope so. I understand that stress is most often our own reaction to outside stimuli. Sometimes it's a subconscious response like fear and anxiety. Sometimes it's conscious like anger and despair.

I do a lot of different things to try and build my tolerance to both physical and emotional stresses. For physical I do a lot of things that are considered hormetic stressors, sauna, fasting, exercise, sun exposure, cold exposure and eating foods rich in xenohormetic chemicals. Building resiliency to physical stress is something I have pretty well in hand. It's the emotional stress that I need to work more on.

I do a lot of things to support myself emotionally such as meditation, CBT, breathing exercises, good sleep but I feel like I need more. Perhaps there is a form of emotional hormesis. Exposure therapy or inviting in and facing what makes me stressed, angry, anxious, and depressed?

Clearly I have more work to do. I am not one to just accept things I don't like so my next mission is to build stress tolerance. Possibly when I find answers and things that work I will update my eBook recovery story.
Today I watched Olympic gymnasts testifying today to Congress about the abuse they suffered at the hand of the team doctor. I was struck by one particular young woman who spoke of the aftermath of the severe trauma she experienced. The physical symptoms she described were similar to many of the symptoms I suffered with chronic fatigue syndrome. She spoke about having to sit on the shower floor because she couldn’t stand long enough to wash her hair. I’ve been there. She talked about feeling so fatigued that she could get out of bed for days on end. I’ve done that. She talked about other lasting physical effects that sounded eerily familiar.

In all my research into MECFS and other similar chronic diseases, I found a common thread in that they almost always was triggered by a traumatic event. Some times it was a viral infection or toxic exposure. Some times it was a car accident or post surgery. Some times it was after a loved one died tragically or just a series of highly stressful events.

Our illness may have been caused by an external factor but it’s often the trauma that is a key factor preventing our bodies from healing. It’s not the only factor but it is a major one. Our bodies heal through our immune system and our immune system is shut down by our fear response and chronic stress.

The good news is, we can shut down this fear response and the cascade of harmful stress hormones and biochemicals and give our bodies everything it needs to get our immune systems back on track.
I think we spend an enormous of time and energy searching for a "silver bullet" cure. That comes at a cost, both physically and emotionally. Because while we are searching for a cure, we are focusing on our illness instead of our wellness. Our time and energy would be better spent on simply improving our quality of life through nutrition, mind-body work, and spiritual connection. Shift your focus to your wellness and away from your illness. That is where your healing journey begins.
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant, because the day you plant the seed is not the day you eat the fruit.

Free eBook: A Path to Healing Chronic Illness. Primarily for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).

Operating as usual

08/05/2022

Nothing external can bring lasting happiness. A wiser path is to focus on quieting down the mind and body enough to experience a deep sense of inner peace.

07/30/2022

Food can be medicine or poison.

Choose wisely.

05/25/2022

For things to change, I had to change. For my life to get better, I had to do better.

05/03/2022

Our bodies have an amazing ability to heal itself as long as we provide the right environment for healing to take place. A balanced nervous system, a pristine nutritional foundation, and an unshakable belief that it will happen. Mind, body, spirit.

04/13/2022

What is good health?

Conventional medicine might have you believe that good health is the absence of disease. This is not health and what most doctors do is not healthcare. "Healthcare" in conventional medicine is more like sick care. My definition of "good health" is optimizing your body and mind to function at its best. There are really only a small numbers levers to pull to optimize health. Nutrition, exercise, emotional health, and eliminating the burden of toxins, stress, and processed foods (also toxins). How would you define health?

Rubber Arm Experiment | MAGIC FOR HUMANS 03/25/2022

Rubber Arm Experiment | MAGIC FOR HUMANS

Still unsure how our brain and our thoughts can trigger real physical symptoms? It's all about the neural connections we create and it can happen rather quickly. Fear, anxiety and stress can trigger a wide range of symptoms and when the symptoms have no other medical explanation, then you might consider this possibility. These symptoms can include sensitivity to light and noise, neuropathy type sensations, body temperature fluctuations, abnormal heart rate, and even real physical pain. The types of symptoms are really endless. The good news is we can fix this wiring in our brain through a science called neuroplasticity. I cover this quite extensively in my free eBook, which can be downloaded from pinned posted at the top of this page. In the mean time, check out this video that demonstrates how powerful the brain is at creating physical sensations and how quickly it can happen.
https://youtu.be/xdxlT68ygt8

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03/13/2022

I’ve been offline for the past week because I was on a spring break vacation with my family. This is not the first week long trip I’ve been on since my recovery but it is the first one that I truly felt good the entire time. I visited two large cities in two different states and a national park. I walked and hiked several miles every day and even though I was tired at the end of each day, I never once felt like I was going to crash. Most importantly, I felt happy and confident in my abilities for the first time in many years. In the past I would skip some outings to conserve energy or sit out the late dinners with friends and family but not this time. I went to every social gather that was offered and even wanted more hiking when my young healthy kids were ready to just chill in the hotel. This week has shown me the even post recovery, there is still room for improvement and growth. There is still opportunity to become healthier than I’ve ever been and improve my quality of life beyond what I ever though possible. Yes, I considered myself recovered this time last year and the year before but I have continued to get healthier, stronger, and more resilient. I suspect that this journey towards better health will not end anytime soon because as long as there is room to improve my mental and physical wellness, I will not stop working. It’s been nearly two years since I wrote my book on my recovery (which you can download for free) and I still believe in every word I wrote and more importantly put it into practice.

02/14/2022

has a ton of health benefits. And the longer you fast, the better it is but not more than 5 days.

Daily, I do what some call intermittent fasting but I call time restricted feeding. I have an 8 hour feeding window from 8am to 4pm, which gives me a 16 hour daily fast.

I also do a 3 to 5 day fast, once every couple months. I consider this real intermittent fasting.

Check out the chart below to see the benefits over time. Of particular interest for people with is autophagy and immune system modulation. But you only get these in substantial amounts by doing extended water only fasting.

🛑 Before you do any extended fasts, do your research to understand best practices.

12/11/2021

I was told that most people don’t recover from, and those that do are younger. I found this belief echoed online pretty much everywhere I looked. Recovery was just the outliers, they said. I chose to listen to the outliers and not the naysayers. I was 47 when I considered myself fully recovered.

Listen carefully to the outliers.

12/05/2021

Wellness does not come from a pharmaceutical. Wellness comes from your food, from your thoughts, and from your activities.

11/17/2021

Everybody in the world is seeking happiness—and there is one sure way to find it. That is by controlling your thoughts. Happiness doesn’t depend on outward conditions. It depends on inner conditions.

10/23/2021

The everyday stress of life doesn’t care about your illness. It doesn’t care about your anxiety. It doesn’t care if you’re exhausted or in pain. It’s going to come regardless of what your physical or mental state is at the moment.

The challenge is finding ways to deal with the stress in a way that doesn’t break you down further. Frankly it’s something I’m still trying to figure out.

I do know that stress is an internal response often to an external stimuli. Meaning it’s a matter of how we perceive any given situation. Perception matters in how we deal with stress.

Look at the image below. Do you see an young woman or an old woman or both? The intriguing thing is once you see both you can shift your perception the see either one at will. We can deal with stress in a similar way by shifting our perception. See the opportunity in a situation. See the blessing that may be hidden in the darkness. Let go of things that are out of our control; and let go of things don’t matter; and let go of feelings that weigh us down.

09/30/2021

The only person that absolutely must love you is yourself. Once you love yourself the way you should, love from others will find you. Letting go of my expectations of others has helped me find happiness and once I did that, I became like gravity to others.

09/22/2021

In my opinion, we have to live every day like we are still trying to recover even if we feel 100%. I believe recovery should not necessarily be the goal. Sure it’s want we all want but improving your quality of life should be the real goal because it’s a goal you can continually work towards and achieve. It’s also small victories that you can celebrate week after week as you walk your healing journey. Hippocrates is quoted as saying: “Before you heal someone, ask him if he's willing to give up the things that make him sick.” If you go back to your bad habits then relapse is likely. If instead you focus on just incrementally improving your quality of life then perhaps recovery to your former self ends up just being a mid-way point.

09/21/2021

There is not much that can derail recovery faster than stress. Doesn't matter the type of stress or the source. Anxiety from a new symptom. Pressure from your job or the pressure to get a job. Even an small argument with a spouse can send us into a downward spiral.

I have mostly recovered from CFS but one of the main issues I still deal with is my ability to handle stress. I am hyper-reactive to stress and the cascade of effects that it causes. Things I could have easily brushed off before my illness, now send me into a deep depression, make me very anxious, or triggers some of the physical symptoms that threaten to set me back.

How do I deal with this? In reality, it's still a work in progress. I often wonder if this hypersensitivity will always be with me. Will I ever have the stress tolerance that I had before? I hope so. I understand that stress is most often our own reaction to outside stimuli. Sometimes it's a subconscious response like fear and anxiety. Sometimes it's conscious like anger and despair.

I do a lot of different things to try and build my tolerance to both physical and emotional stresses. For physical I do a lot of things that are considered hormetic stressors, sauna, fasting, exercise, sun exposure, cold exposure and eating foods rich in xenohormetic chemicals. Building resiliency to physical stress is something I have pretty well in hand. It's the emotional stress that I need to work more on.

I do a lot of things to support myself emotionally such as meditation, CBT, breathing exercises, good sleep but I feel like I need more. Perhaps there is a form of emotional hormesis. Exposure therapy or inviting in and facing what makes me stressed, angry, anxious, and depressed?

Clearly I have more work to do. I am not one to just accept things I don't like so my next mission is to build stress tolerance. Possibly when I find answers and things that work I will update my eBook recovery story.

09/16/2021

Today I watched Olympic gymnasts testifying today to Congress about the abuse they suffered at the hand of the team doctor. I was struck by one particular young woman who spoke of the aftermath of the severe trauma she experienced. The physical symptoms she described were similar to many of the symptoms I suffered with chronic fatigue syndrome. She spoke about having to sit on the shower floor because she couldn’t stand long enough to wash her hair. I’ve been there. She talked about feeling so fatigued that she could get out of bed for days on end. I’ve done that. She talked about other lasting physical effects that sounded eerily familiar.

In all my research into MECFS and other similar chronic diseases, I found a common thread in that they almost always was triggered by a traumatic event. Some times it was a viral infection or toxic exposure. Some times it was a car accident or post surgery. Some times it was after a loved one died tragically or just a series of highly stressful events.

Our illness may have been caused by an external factor but it’s often the trauma that is a key factor preventing our bodies from healing. It’s not the only factor but it is a major one. Our bodies heal through our immune system and our immune system is shut down by our fear response and chronic stress.

The good news is, we can shut down this fear response and the cascade of harmful stress hormones and biochemicals and give our bodies everything it needs to get our immune systems back on track.

09/08/2021

I think we spend an enormous of time and energy searching for a "silver bullet" cure. That comes at a cost, both physically and emotionally. Because while we are searching for a cure, we are focusing on our illness instead of our wellness. Our time and energy would be better spent on simply improving our quality of life through nutrition, mind-body work, and spiritual connection. Shift your focus to your wellness and away from your illness. That is where your healing journey begins.

09/01/2021

Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant, because the day you plant the seed is not the day you eat the fruit.

08/04/2021

“Before you heal someone, ask him if he’s willing to give up the things that made him sick.” — Hippocrates

07/31/2021

We have been taught that the developed world suffered from overnutrition rather than malnutrition—when in fact, so much of what we eat is empty of nutrition that the opposite is true.

07/23/2021

Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.

KAHLIL GIBRAN

06/10/2021

Growth doesn’t happen from a place of comfort. It happens when you push beyond your comfort zone. Likewise recovery doesn’t happen while you’re stuck in place. You must push forward even if it’s only one small step at a time.

A Path to Healing Chronic Illness Page updated their website address. 06/02/2021

A Path to Healing Chronic Illness Page updated their website address.

A Path to Healing Chronic Illness Page updated their website address.

05/18/2021

I reached a recovery goal today. I joined a gym. I have outgrown my home equipment and it was time to upgrade. Now I need a new goal.

04/21/2021

Uncertainty is the root of anxiety.

Fasting triggers stem cell regeneration of damaged, old immune system - USC News 04/20/2021

Fasting triggers stem cell regeneration of damaged, old immune system - USC News

Scientists from the University of Southern California showed that fasting cycles can be used to build a fresh immune system. Remarkably, they showed that fasting two to four days in a row forces the human body to go into a recycling mode, which gets rid of the older, worn-out immune cells. Then, when food is started again, it jump-starts the hematopoietic stem cells in your bone marrow to start regenerating fresh immune cells thus rebuilding the immune system.

https://news.usc.edu/63669/fasting-triggers-stem-cell-regeneration-of-damaged-old-immune-system

Fasting triggers stem cell regeneration of damaged, old immune system - USC News Results in mice are first evidence of natural intervention triggering stem cell-dependent regeneration of organ or system.

04/10/2021

“A phoenix symbolizes birth, death, and rebirth, as well as strength, grace, and renewal. The entire idea is that this mythical bird is reborn from the ashes of the flames of death and signifies a journey through fire or adversity. It's a symbol to express a transformation and survival of a challenge. I use the phoenix as a symbol of how we can journey through the fire, rise from the ashes, and be renewed. Every time I take a step back and think about my own journey and what I have accomplished, the image of a phoenix comes to mind. When our world falls apart, it gives us an opportunity to build something new and better. How can you know what joy feels like without also knowing what sadness feels like? It’s the bad times, yin and yang of things, that allows us to appreciate and recognize our good fortune.”

Excerpt From my free ebook

03/30/2021

“Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future.”
– Robert H. Schuller

Timeline photos 03/29/2021

This is what I feel like trying to exercise this morning. No matter how big of a challenge it seems, I keep pushing.

03/24/2021

A 2013 Harvard Medical School study found that people who practiced just twenty minutes of “relaxation response”—which included diaphragmatic breathing, body scan, mantra repetition, and mindfulness meditation—experienced several health benefits including reductions in hypertension, reductions in infertility, and reductions in depression. These benefits were attributed to “improving mitochondrial energy production and utilization and thus promoting mitochondrial resiliency.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/inspired-life/wp/2015/05/26/harvard-neuroscientist-meditation-not-only-reduces-stress-it-literally-changes-your-brain/

03/23/2021

First ride this year. Only managed 8 miles but still grateful. What I learned is that using the elliptical all winter does not work the same muscles as a bike.

03/22/2021

He [Jesus] said to her, “Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering.”
‭‭Mark‬ ‭5:34‬ ‭NIV‬‬

It’s your faith. Your belief that your miracle will happen.

03/19/2021

“Throughout my journey, I experienced many crashes and many setbacks, but I accepted those are part of the process. I accepted it because I knew that the crash was temporary, and it wasn’t going to kill me. I’ve survived hundreds of crashes but I also had successes and saw overall progress. I made it a point to enthusiastically celebrate these small victories and to look past the setbacks and view them for what they were. Minor bumps in the road.”

Excerpt From my recovery story.

3 Powerful Benefits of Creatine Monohydrate For Energy And Mitochondrial Health by Alex Leaf, M S 03/18/2021

3 Powerful Benefits of Creatine Monohydrate For Energy And Mitochondrial Health by Alex Leaf, M S

If you’ve read my recovery story, you’ll know that I mentioned creatine several times as an important supplement to help build mitochondria, strength and energy.

Here is a great video that lays out compelling evidence on why people with chronic fatigue should consider supplementing with creatine.

https://youtu.be/ZPvKcqgASbc

3 Powerful Benefits of Creatine Monohydrate For Energy And Mitochondrial Health by Alex Leaf, M S Get Energenesis here: https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/energenesis/Read the full aritcle: https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/creatine-monohydrate-alex-leaf/

Healing Our Chronic Pain Pandemic (w/Dr. Rachel Zoffness) 03/16/2021

Healing Our Chronic Pain Pandemic (w/Dr. Rachel Zoffness)

This is worth watching. I believe this is not only relevant for chronic pain and fibromyalgia but also many of the symptoms associated with chronic fatigue syndrome and MECFS.

https://youtu.be/OMYEN2dDTyY

Healing Our Chronic Pain Pandemic (w/Dr. Rachel Zoffness) Chronic pain is a complex biopsychosocial illness that needs broader and wiser treatment than JUST medications and surgery. UCSF pain psychologist Rachel Zof...

03/15/2021

Full recovery is a goal we all share but also focus on improving your quality of life as a goal. Why? Because it is infinitely incremental. Smaller and more achievable goals improve your wellbeing. If you read my recovery story you’ll understand.

Timeline photos 03/12/2021

It’s done. Dose 2 of Moderna. I will let you know how I feel.

03/11/2021

Dose 2 of my COVID vaccine tomorrow.

03/06/2021

If you’ve read my book, this will make more sense to you.

“A bit of adversity or cellular stress (hormesis) is good for our epigenome because it stimulates our longevity genes. It activates AMPK, turns down mTOR, boosts NAD levels, and activates the sirtuins—the disaster response teams—to keep up with the normal wear and tear that comes from living on planet Earth.” Excerpt From Lifespan by David A. Sinclair

In other words, all of the hormetic stressors that I talk about in my book will activate genes that will help you live longer.

03/05/2021

If you’ve read my book, this will make more sense to you.

“A bit of adversity or cellular stress (hormesis) is good for our epigenome because it stimulates our longevity genes. It activates AMPK, turns down mTOR, boosts NAD levels, and activates the sirtuins—the disaster response teams—to keep up with the normal wear and tear that comes from living on planet Earth.” Excerpt From Lifespan by David A. Sinclair

In other words, all of the hormetic stressors that I talk about in my book will activate genes that will help you live longer.

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