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is at the core of
everything your body
does for you.

From health to sickness,
from energy to lethargy,
from happiness to depression –
the necessary nutrients your cells
receive or do not receive affect
everything about you. If only one cell
in your body is deprived, it slowly affects
the rest of you.

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How should you
clean your teeth?
Let me count the ways!
When I was a kid
going to the dentist,
my dentist always told me
I had to brush harder.
What did that mean?
When my family moved to another city,
my new dentist told me totally different
things about brushing my teeth.
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Use the handy contact form and
I’ll get back to you soon.
While I cannot answer
treatment-specific questions,
I can respond to your general concerns!
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3-Day Food Journal


Food-JournalIt is important for you to keep an accurate record of your usual food and beverage intake so that I might determine how your food affects the rest of you. Complete the following 3-Day Food Journal for three consecutive days including one weekend day, and submit these results online at least one week before your consultation with me.


  • Do not change your eating behavior at this time. The purpose of this food record is to analyze your present eating habits
  • Record information as soon as possible after the food has been consumed
  • Identify who you were eating with (spouse, family, friend, alone)
  • Describe all foods and beverages consumed as accurately and in as much detail as possible including estimated amounts, brand names, cooking method, etc.
  • Record the amount of each food or beverage consumed using standard measurements such as 8 ounces, 1 cup, 1 teaspoon, etc.
  • Include any added items, for example: tea with 1 teaspoon of honey, potato with 2 teaspoons butter, etc.
  • List all beverages and types, including water, coffee, tea, sports drinks, sodas/diet sodas, etc.
  • Comment on any noted emotional mood (happy, excited, depressed) or physical symptoms including hunger level, stress, bloating, fatigue, adverse reaction experienced, etc.
  • Include comments about eating habits and environment such as reasons for skipping a meal; when a meal was eaten at a restaurant, in a car, at a picnic, etc.
  • Each day note all bowel movements, describe their consistency (regular, loose, firm, etc.), frequency, and any additional information

3-Day Food Journal (Hard copy version)

Download the 3-Day Food Journal (PDF)

3-Day Food Journal (Online version)