There is no other moment than the present, because the last moment has always already passed, and the next moment is always yet to be.
Meet Dr. Tom Sult
Dr. Tom Sult
Happy Living Expert, Personalized Medicine
I live a small town life with my wife Robin and two Newfoundland dogs, Otso and Grizzley. I enjoy an active outdoor life of biking, skiing, sailing, and mountaineering. I also have an active family life with two sons, their wonderful wives, and three grandchildren.
I practice functional medicine and strive to find the fundamental cause of health issues. I also love to inspire others as a motivational speaker and author of Just Be Well: A Book For Seekers of Vibrant Health.
Let me ask you a question: When was the last time you felt truly well? I don’t mean the last time you felt like there was nothing wrong. I mean the last time you felt deep, full wellness in your body, mind, and spirit. It’s a hard question to answer, isn’t it? And yet it’s crucial, and it’s where I start with every new patient.
I believe wellness is so much more than the absence of disease. I practice functional medicine because its is a system that addresses the underlying causes of disease, takes into account the interactions of the complex systems of the body, and builds a therapeutic partnership between patient and physician.
“Adventure isn’t hanging on a rope off the side of a mountain. Adventure is an attitude that we must apply to the day to day obstacles in life.” (John Amatt) What is the meaning of life? This is among the oldest of questions. And, I’ll tell you, I don't know the...
“A review of many of the spiritual or secular traditions of the world reveals a consistent and very simple set of understandings.”
“…it was determined that their social connection was the major factor in the prevention of heart disease in their community.”
“…think about which foods a cave man, or even your great-grandparent, would have chosen to satisfy that particular craving, and act accordingly.”
“I try to maintain the humility to have a civil conversation with someone who holds a different viewpoint even when I have deep convictions on a topic.”
“To make impactful lasting change, neither information nor knowledge alone is adequate; one must have wisdom.”
“One of the largest predictors of all-cause mortality is social isolation, and we live in the most socially isolated society in the world”
If you have one foot in the past and one foot in the future you have nothing to stand on in this moment. That is made profoundly clear by cancer.
Simply taking certain actions, or following this or that prescribed formula, is not in itself a guarantee of success. The real key to success is resilience.
Antibiotics treated not just symptoms, but actually cured medical problems. And that, friends, is why antibiotics have become such a problem.
over 70 percent of the body’s immune system is in the (GI) tract. That means when digestion isn’t working there will be side effects throughout the body.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emYH-vHsrgI Bakari Grant is a retired wide receiver who spent 8 years playing pro-ball in Canada, quite the change from his Oakland, CA roots. Through football, Bakari learned valuable lessons about perspective and found his passion for...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2mUMl5xj0 Today’s interview is with Tony Kasandrinos, founder of Kasandrinos Olive Oil. Tony turned his family’s passion from hobby to business. Learn how Tony transitioned from a 22 year career in the Marine Corps to founder of a...
“I love good things made by good people... That’s why I love Kasandrinos Oil made from olives soaked in the Grecian sun for months and picked by hand with care.” - Mr. Happy Living Hey y’all, we wanted to introduce you to Kasandrinos oil, the purest olive oil we have...
Something Significant Broadcast Worldwide! “Be concerned not with obedience but with benefit, and you are at the core of living.” Witter Bynner Guess what! After just 31 episodes, our Something Significant Podcast was ‘discovered’ and is now being broadcast...
There's a lot of science involved. Isometrics, Flow Mediated Dilation, Orthostatic Dilation... But at the end of the day, what it all boils down to is that these exercises lower resting blood pressure. If you want to know more on the science, check out the Science...