Does your doctor track their outcomes so they can prove their results?
Does your doctor track their outcomes and have the ability to answer the question: “how long until I feel better”?
Positive ANA test – Does that mean you have Lupus?
Your doctor ran an ANA test due to concern about autoimmunity in your case. Does a positive result mean you have Lupus?
Cholesterol – Normal levels does NOT mean you are safe from a heart attack
You have been brainwashed to think that high cholesterol causes heart attacks and strokes; and, by implication, normal cholesterol levels are protective.
In actuality, over 50% of the people who have heart attacks have normal cholesterol levels.
Is poor nitric oxide production contributing to your Multiple Sclerosis symptoms?
Although there is currently no cure for MS, there are ways to manage symptoms and slow disease progression. One area that is increasingly being recognized as important for people with MS is nitric oxide (NO2) production.
Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Naturally
Multiple scientific studies reveal that T2DM can be reversed naturally using lifestyle and supplementation.
Histamine Degradation Enzymes
Histamine toxicity can occur in response to certain foods, drugs, or infections. Impaired histamine degradation has been linked to…
The 3 causes of chronic pain
Chronic pain can be caused by one or more of the following general categories: 1. Structural 2. Metabolic 3. Neurologic
Do you have symptoms of low sex hormones even though your blood levels are normal?
Long-term exposure to any or all of these contributing factors is widely thought to play an important role in many chronic conditions by modulating both hormone actions and hormone receptor activity.
The sun, skin cancer risk, and photoprevention
It doesn’t make evolutionary sense to say that he sun causes cancer. Especially considering that cancer is not found in our hunter-gatherer ancestors who were out in the sun all day everyday without modern clothing, sunscreen, or fear.
Resveratrol in Cancer and Autoimmunity
The scientific literature is packed with studies showing that resveratrol can positively benefit people suffering with or (better yet) hoping to prevent:
and many more