Dennis Godby, ND

Parents Can Set Up Children For Lifetime of Good Health

Despite material abundance and technological success, or perhaps because of it, statistics show that our children are part of one of the unhealthiest generations in world history.
Dennis Godby, ND

Exercise is the Key to Vitality, Overcoming Depression

Chemicals secreted by the brain contribute to what endurance exercise enthusiasts call “runner’s high.” Even though the physical benefits of exercise are enormous, the mental clarity, vitality, and improvement in perceived quality of life is what keeps people motivated to exercise, day after day.
Dennis Godby, ND

Poor eating habits contribute to depression

Although there is rarely just one cause, a poor diet often makes a significant contribution to depression. A deficiency of any single nutrient can alter brain function and lead to depression, anxiety and other mental disorders.
Dennis Godby, ND

Depression a Widespread Source of Suffering

Depression significantly impacts the lives for at least 10% of the U.S. population
Dr Dennis Godby

Lifestyle changes can help tame the diabetes epidemic

Type 2 diabetes (T2D), now epidemic in the United States, is a national tragedy, as 1 in 3 Americans - born in the 21st century - are expected to become diabetic, even young children.
Dennis Godby, ND

Hormones key to dropping excess weight

To improve body composition and achieve optimal health, balancing your hormones are critical to short- and long-term success.
Dennis Godby, ND

Dropping Weight is as American as apple pie

(First of a two-part series on improving body composition and shedding unwanted, hard-to-lose pounds.)
Dennis Godby, ND

Gut Feeling: Some Bacteria Need to Survive

Americans fill 300 million antibiotic prescriptions every year - one for every man, woman and child.
Dennis Godby, ND

Human Genome Project: Personal Impact

Incredibly, a couple of years ago, the entire Human Genome was mapped! You might be thinking, "What is that and how does it affect me?"
Dennis Godby, ND

Balance in Diet, Temperment Key to Avoiding a Leaky Gut

Is your gut, "leaky?" Last month's article on hidden and delayed food allergies (IgG reactions), concluded that "leaky gut syndrome" (LGS) is suspected if