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 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 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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Politically Incorrect Medicine January 2013

Alzheimer’s Disease is skyrocketing and a leading cause of death Alzheimer’s Disease is on the rise. There’s a new case every 68 seconds. 1 in 8 Americans over 65 years of age have it, 50% over 85. Deaths from Alzheimer’s increased 66 percent between 2000 and 2008, while deaths from other major diseases, including the number one cause of death […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine November 2012

Report #1 Chelation Therapy New and controversial or tried and true? Intravenous (IV) EDTA chelation therapy is a controversial treatment for heart disease. EDTA chelation, however, is a safe FDA approved treatment for lead toxicity and in fact has a long history of safe and well document use for heart disease. Alan Inglis MD Subscribe to read more of this […]

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Problems With Vitamin D

FAT SOLUBLE VITAMINS: Overlooked and Misunderstood The Failure of the Drug Model:  Why Vitamin D Isn’t Enough Are you taking a vitamin D supplement?  Is your 25 hydroxy vitamin D level (25 OH vitamin D) in the optimal range between 40 and 60 ng/ml)?  The answer to both questions may be”yes”, but you may be at risk for vitamin A deficiency. What […]

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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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WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN July 10, 2009

FIGHT INFECTIONS WITH MANUKA HONEY AND VITAMIN D I like to stay on top of the latest studies, especially those that support the use of safe, non-drug healing options. You’d be surprised at how much noteworthy research never makes it into the mainstream media. Here are two recent studies that shed additional light on the infection fighting and prevention powers […]

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