Gretchen Bronson

Biohacking HCG

Over the past year I’ve been biohacking HCG. Why did I biohack HCG?   Well, I’m fat.  I’m over weight and I have been for the past 15 years. Technically I’m obese when you look at my statistics.   I’m 5’3″ tall and my weight has hovered between 165-175lbs for the past two years, with […]

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Autism: Kate’s Journey to Optimal.

Good morning!  Today I’m doing something different with the blog.  I’m posting my first podcast with Kate Towler.  Where the two of us discuss Autism: Kate’s Journey to Optimal. In the video we talk about Kate’s background and her experience with Autism as a patient and as a parent.  Kate also talks what is Autism and how […]

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Environment Influences Health and Wellness

Environment influences Health and wellness.  Two years ago I began to understand how it impacted my health.  Since then I’ve been actively seeking a solution that mitigates environmental influences on my health and that of my family’s. My first order of business was to ensure that I had tools that would help mitigate the environmental […]

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PTSD: Silent Suffering

This is a personal subject for me.  One that hits close to home. I have PTSD, from my time being in the military, as well as from being a first responder during 9/11. I was never in a warzone.  I still have things that trigger me. My own experience with PTSD showed me how I […]

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Take a Break from Biohacking

I’ve been focused on improving my health for the past fourteen years.  Each year my focus has sharpened to reverse the medical conditions I’ve struggled with over my lifetime. I’ve had amazing successes on my journey to reversing my fibromyalgia & bipolar disorder. I’ve discovered that I’m one of those unique asthmatics who don’t respond […]

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Taking the Taxpayers for a Ride: The RUC

The RUC (pronounced ruck)  is a secretive 29 person panel run by the American Medical Association that steers the cost of healthcare services and guides the government on Medicare reimbursement.   RUC members must sign non-disclosure agreements prior to entering thrice-yearly meetings to review the value of healthcare services for physician reimbursement and discuss how doctors […]

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Searching for Connection

Earlier this week I had an opportunity to listen to the Dr. Jack Kruse’s Q&A session with Jeremy Thomley of Mowhawk Steel Company.  His story is compelling.  What he does is AMAZING!  This webinar and Q&A were very powerful.  It caused me to stop and look at my current state of affairs and look at […]

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Paleo Peking Duck

I don’t know about you but I love Chinese food.  My favorite dish is Peking Duck.  I haven’t had it since going paleo. Several weeks ago I had a craving for it and COSTCO just happened to have a sale on organic duck.  So I picked one up.  It stayed in the deep freezer until […]

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Pain: What to do when drugs fail?

I had my first migraine when I was 10.   I was at school, in immense pain.  Light hurt. Sound hurt. Being touched hurt.  My neck and shoulders were tight with tension on my right, the sharpest pain behind and above my right eye. The school nurse had my parents pick me up from school, and […]

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Paleo Japanese Curry (karei raisu)

Have you ever craved something that you haven’t had in a long time?  Well that happened to me over the weekend. I just had to have japanese curry – also known as karei raisu.  I have particular memory of hitting up CoCos in Chatan Cho right outside Gate 2 Street next to Kadena Air Base […]

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