Committed to Your Personal Health and Well-Being!

 
  • Our new address 12/2014: 7720 S. Broadway, suite 480, Littleton CO 80122
  • Full spectrum Family Medicine, Primary Care and Preventive Medicine
  • Occupational Medicine and Work Injury Management
  • Nutritional Counseling and Medical Weight Loss programs
  • Ketogenic, Low-Carb High-Fat (LCHF), Ancestral, Paleolithic, Primal, Whole Food and Real Food Diets
  • Advanced Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment
  • Based on the Science of Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism, Insulin Resistance, Inflammation and Chronic Metabolic Disease
 

Call Us Today: 303-346-9490 - View our new brochure here!

We are located in Littleton, Colorado adjacent to Littleton Adventist Hospital. Serving the Front Range and Denver Metro area.

Video Archive

Lectures, interviews, and more...

View all videos

Monkey Monkey Underpants

sticky-notes-stress

I’m going to share something I’m not proud of with you: Gilmore Girls is one of my all-time favorite shows.  There is a quote from the show that completely envelops how my brain feels when I’m stressed, and, as stress is the […]

Diet, Inflammation and Cholesterol

carb-loaded

Carb-Loaded invited me to do a Google+ video hangout. The hangout application is rather impressive as it allows live viewing, multiple users, recording and immediate posting to You Tube. We discussed diet, inflammation, oxidative stress, cholesterol and cardiovascular disease risk assessment from the perspective of […]

Skiing on Ketones

gerber-tayler-porch-small

It was fun spending the weekend with Rod Tayler, MD, and family while on their skiing holiday in Vail, Colorado. Rod is a physician and Anesthesiologist from Melbourne who is leading the low carb down under movement throughout Australia. Listen to Dr. Tayler’s Sweet Poison Lecture […]

Mummies, Clogged Arteries and Ancient Junk Food

mummies-diverse-diets

Add Clogged Arteries to the list of just some of the chronic diseases found in Ancient mummies. The HORUS study just published in the Lancet and presented at a meeting of the American Academy of Cardiology theorizes that humans are sensitive to the development of atherosclerotic plaque regardless of […]