MFW 064 | The ABC's Of Balance | Brittany Denis, DPT

The ABC's Of Balance | Brittany Denis, DPT

Brittany is a certified Restorative Exercise Specialist which gives her a unique perspective into helping others improve their function and quality of life. 

Outside of her clinic clinic, she can be found on her farm in Belleville spending time moving outdoors with her husband and two young sons. 

Calf stretch link:

Mobility library:


MFW 063 | How To Elevate Your Health & Emotions Through Reflexology | Kristi Holmes

Kristi Holmes is a Reflexologist in Plymouth, Michigan.

Kristi attended the Branch Reflexology Institute in Okemos Michigan before going on to receive her National Board Certification in Reflexology!

For the past 2 years, she has been practicing Reflexology at her clinic in Plymouth’s Old Village neighborhood.

Her practice is called R3 Reflexology.

Listen to this episode to learn:

-How to find YOUR waist line

-Your Diaphragm line

-Pulling The Big Toe Back

We discuss how Reflexology can help:

-Plantar Fasciitis

-Adrenal Fatigue

-Anxiety & Depression






-Shoulder & Neck Pain

-Low Back Pain

This is the Human Somato-Senory Cortex as described in visual form through a Homunculus:

MFW 062 | How To Make The Ketogenic Lifestyle Work For You! | Dr. Scott Bergman

Scott Bergman, DC is a chiropractor, board-certified naturopath, holds a diplomate in integrative medicine and is a certified functional medicine practitioner in Walnut Creek, California. Since 1993 he has been the director of Chiro Kinetics, an integrative health clinic combining Chiropractic Care, Functional Medicine, Rehabilitation, Pilates, Core Yoga Therapy, and Biological Resonance. Dr. Bergman has presented edifying health, nutrition and itness information internationally in business, education, and community settings.

Fats are converted into Ketones or Ketone bodies in our Liver.

Those Ketones are then converted into Aceyl-Coenzyme A, which can be used in our TCA/Krebs cycle for the production of energy.

There are 3 main Ketones:



-Beta Hydroxy Butyrate

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Exogenous Ketones, in the form of beta-hydroxybutyrate (βHB) salts, rapidly induce acute ketosis within 15 minutes† and support ketogenic program goals.*

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