Politically Incorrect Medicine October 2013

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth The cause behind the symptom… Medicine focuses on diagnosis. “What’s the diagnosis?” I heard this every day in my training. I hear it from patients. But most diagnoses are descriptions that do not explain causes. Tough to treat: Epstein barr Virus (EbVa) reactivation In this country, over 90% of all adults show evidence of previous infection […]

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New American Doctor January 2012

TSH blood test, iodine, adrenals — what’s real? Today’s focus is on hypothyroidism, or a sluggish thyroid, a common problem. Mainstay treatments in mainstream medicine are drugs and surgery. There is an incomplete understanding by both patients and doctors of how few people these treatments benefit. If we look at the facts, we see how few people are helped and […]

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New American Doctor November 2011

Active Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC) — Medicinal mushroom extraordinaire For cancer, flu prevention and more… well researched, widely used Ten problems with commonly prescribed acid blocking medications Click here for your New American Doctor November 2011 ISSUE Some web browsers will show the pdf newsletter directly in your browser window. You may also save it as a PDF file or […]

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WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN September 11, 2009

PROBIOTICS PROTECT YOU AGAINST THE FLU – BUT WHICH ONES WORK BEST? As more research results become available, probiotics are getting attention to help prevent colds and the flu. These “friendly” bacteria work through the gut to boost the immune system by in several ways. For example, they increase antibody production and stimulate fast acting chemicals called cytokines. As with […]

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