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 2013

An up-to-date approach to heart disease prevention Heart disease is our nation’s #1 one killer Mainstream guidelines typically lag many years behind the best scientific evidence. This leads to unnecessary illness and loss of life. Nowhere is this more apparent than heart disease prevention and cholesterol guidelines. As heart disease is our #1 killer,we might want to get the best […]

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Fatal errors in medicine

Hdl cholesterol and the pork lard example — sloppy science, dogma and financial gain We’ve all been told for years that fat — especially saturated fat — increases so-called “bad” LDL cholesterol and therefore increases our risk of heart attack. This simplistic message has been promoted for decades. It usually finds expression at the end of the typical brief doctor’s […]

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Cholesterol Confusion: Avoidance and Denial Obscure the Facts

Cholesterol Confusion:  Avoidance and Denial Obscure the Facts So once and for all, how important is lowering LDL cholesterol for lowering cardiac risk?  The common dogma still asserts it matters.  Yet it is also common knowledge that nearly 50% of all first heart attacks have “normal cholesterol”.  In fact, a study from UCLA appearing in this month’s American Heart Journal showed that 75% […]

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WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN August 14, 2009

TIPS ON TRIGLYCERIDES FACTS DOCTORS OVERLOOK Triglycerides are the storage form of most types of fats in the body. When you eat more calories than you burn, the excess is stored as triglycerides. High triglycerides are associated with increased risk of heart disease and diabetes. Practically speaking, triglycerides go up when you consume too many carbohydrates in your diet, especially […]

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