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 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 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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