Politically Incorrect Medicine May 2016

From the mainstream Findings worth a look Does the chicken pox vaccine in kids actually cause more shingles in the general adult population? Does stress cause heart attacks? Treat ALS? Hope for a puzzling curse…. Promising research points to useful treatments. A multi-systems functional approach offers insight and hope. Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine May 2016 Dr. Alan […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine April 2016

Statin swan song? 2.5 trillion dollars and counting Mainly industry sponsored research shows statins reduce heart disease. The pharmacologic reality is at odds with these findings. Statin are damaging to heart muscle. Beautiful skin The inside job The best exercise is the exercise you’ll do. Strength or resistance training is key. Look into high intensity, super slow methods. High insulin […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine March 2016

Mold toxicity Who gets sick and how About 25% of the population are genetically predisposed to mold illness. The Theanine story Calm focus and better brains Theanine (aka L-Theanine) is an amino acid found in green tea. Research shows numerous brain benefits. Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine March 2016 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or Subscribe to read more […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine October 2015

Simple, safe, cheap and effective Balance mood and prevent Alzheimer’s Low dose lithium is an overlooked medical supplement of enormous potential. There is robust basic science, epidemiological and clinical research supporting its use. The long and winding road Statin drugs, next chapter Real scientists. Real doctors. Contrary voices, drowned out by the flood of often worshipful adulation. Click here for […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine September 2015

Rational weight loss with HCG Beyond the misconceptions Weight loss is a huge industry. Most diets rarely work. Weight loss surgery is expensive and risky. Non-drug approach to ADD simplified Start with what’s missing ADD/ADHD is present in both kids and adults, too. It is approaching epidemic proportions. Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine September 2015 Dr. Alan Inglis […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine August 2015

True stories from real life Food not drugs for cholesterol Millions of people are put on cholesterol lowering statin drugs every year. Many stop taking the drugs anyway. Powerful food alternatives are generally ignored. Not as advertised Contrary signals from the medical evidence Negative, contrary findings that oppose the received wisdom are ignored. Research results may be dressed up as […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine July 2015

Evidence based medicine Bad science, corruption and waste Evidence based medicine (EBM) was supposed to turn guesses into science based decisions. Instead, EBM has been hijacked by special interests and corrupted health care. Nrf2, the master regulator Know how it works Nrf2 sits in cell and orchestrates a vast array of health protective activities. Activating Nrf2 is a potentially powerful […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine June 2015

“It’s in your head” The high cost of psychogenic attribution People with supposedly unexplained symptoms still may be told “It’s in your head” A reasonable role for statins? Guideline practices miss up to 50% a risk A small number of people are more likely to benefit from the addition of a statin medication Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine May 2015

Looking for simplicity Basic medical supplement protocols Many patients show up at a doctor’s office with a problem that doesn’t get better with drugs. Science offers options not allowed by limited “drug study” industrial medicine. Food, cocktails and movement Improving an enlarged prostate Sounds like a party. But fixing benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) is no picnic. Click here for your […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine April 2015

Common denominator, commonly missed Mitochondrial dysfunction and diabetes In diabetes, the use of glucose for energy is impaired. A body with diabetes is in an energy crunch. The secretion and action of insulin, necessary for proper use of glucose, is impaired. Ganging up on migraine headaches Drug free prevention The pain of migraine headaches is misery making. Stopping one in […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine March 2015

Hormone central: Adrenals first MHPAT stress axis first step Mainstream medicine kowtows to the old science. The old science is chained to reductionism, specialization and separation. The new science is about systems,integration and connectivity. Thyroid factoids Conventional diagnosing of hypothyroidism is a simple numbers game. A TSH blood test (thyroid stimulating hormone) is checked. If high, it signals low thyroid […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine February 2015

Death by a thousand cuts The mindset of mainstream medicine is still focused on the single heavy blow of an acute injury or illness. It does a poor job of recognizing and treating the multifactorial, long latency, chronic degenerative illnesses that dominate the modern medical landscape. Restore gut health now — before the detox Aggressive removal of toxins from body […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine Dec. 2014 – Jan. 2015

Prevent cancer with a metabolic tune up? “Our life is frittered away by detail… simplify, simplify.” — Henry David Thoreau Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death — 569,490 in 2010 — 577,190 in 2012 (source American Cancer Society). Test don’t guess Rational mood support Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine December 2014 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine November 2014

Crohn’s without drugs Kinder, gentler and cheaper The purpose of this article is to boil down accurate information on Crohn’s Disease into a concise summary and present research driven alternatives instead of or in addition to drugs or surgery, with their sad track records. The curse of constipation Easier to fix than you may think Click here for your Politically […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine October 2014

Diabetes ahoy! Get off insulin and save your life Diabetes is life shortening. And it’s overwhelming our health care system. Better skin as easy 1-2-3 Food — supplement — lotion and more Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine October 2014 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or Subscribe to read more of this important information. Some web browsers will show the […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine September 2014

New blood pressure guidelines Higher is OK. Is lower lethal? Checking and treating blood pressure is a multi-billion dollar industry. Recent JNC-8 guidelines allow higher numbers. Before we examine them, here are some facts and little publicized research. The many [missed] faces of mitochondrial disease Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine September 2014 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or Subscribe […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine August 2014

Gluten and Celiac:Diagnosis du jour or undiscovered danger? 20 million Americans or more suffer from non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Gluten free cookies and crackers, breads, pasta,breakfast cereals muffin mixesand more … sugar laden, highglycemic, diabetes producing junk tricked up into a healthy sounding package. Enough to give gluten free a bad name. Underneath all this hoopla,however, is a set of common […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine July 2014

Facts vs. Wishful thinking? Scientists from Sweden, Kansas, Scotland, Illinois, Japan and Germany challenge recent dietary fat guidelines from The National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Heart Association. Given the evidence, why do we keep hearing the Fsame 30 year old tune from mainstream authorities? For years we ave been warned away […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine June 2014

Works for awhile… then what? Questioning SSRI drugs Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa… common SSRI antidepressants. Now common household names. How did the names of these drugs, current treatments for a once uncommon condition, become so well known? Cocktails, anyone? Overcoming dogma Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine June 2014 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or Subscribe to read more of this […]

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