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 2013

Healing with electro­magnetic fields (PEMF) Emerging therapy waits for paradigm shift Imagine a non-contact, non-drug, non-surgical treatment for pain and disease with thousands of university level studies behind it. Then ask, why you haven’t heard of it before. Pulsed electromagnetic therapy (PEMF) is accepted by regulating bodies in many countries, with over 2000 randomized controlled trials behind its use. Depression […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine March 2013

SAMe and mtHfr Depression, arthritis and other common disabling problems… We like to know what drives good health. We like to know what causes disease. Methylation is key to both. Methylation is the addition of a carbon atom to something to make it into something else that does something else. A common modification in numerous biochemical pathways. An important part […]

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WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN September 21, 2009

THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES – THE HYPOCRISY OF MAINSTREAM MEDICINE We regularly hear from member of the medical establishment and ill-informed media pundits that mainstream medicine is “evidence based” and “scientific”. This is untrue. A great deal of what goes on in doctors’ offices and hospitals is anything but. There’s nothing inherently wrong with this fact. There simply are […]

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WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN August 21, 2009

PLEASE NOTE: STRESS KILLS. WHY DON’T WE HEAR MORE ABOUT THIS? A growing body of scientific evidence shows a clear relationship between stress and chronic illness. Disease states affected by psychosocial stress include heart disease, diabetes, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, HIV and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Psychological factors that affect chronic disease states include depression, anxiety, anger and hostility, acute and […]

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