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  • Reverse Disease and Restore Health

    My job as a doctor is to reverse disease, not just cover it up. We have become too reliant on…

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  • Deceptive Health: Are you really ā€œhealthy” on all those pills?

    ā€œDeceptive Healthā€ is a big problem in medicine for adults and children.Ā  I often ask patients if they are healthy…

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  • My Approach, My Purpose

    Several years ago I began working in a busy medical clinic and I was shocked to learn how sick, as…

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  • Fish Oil Helps Mood, Memory and Cognitive Functioning

    New Studies A recently published study shows that increased intake of omega-3 fatty acids (i.e., fish oil or flax seed…

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  • “What is Wellness?” – Listen to Dr. Nemechek’s Lecture to Find Out!

    This is the first of Dr. Nemechek’s eight talks that comprise his 2012 “Wellness Through Science” lecture series.Ā  In it,…

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  • Kids with Eczema, Heartburn or Headaches

    Does your child suffer from eczema, heartburn or headaches? While these conditions have become common in children, they are not…

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  • Arizona Lecture Series Kicks Off Next Week!

     

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  • The Importance of Finding Balance

    We all want to live a healthy and balanced life. However, our busy lifestyles have left many of us tired,…

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  • Reverse Osteoporosis with Fish Oil and Exercise

    A recent study demonstrated that fish oil supplementation (equal to about 3,000 mg twice daily of a standard fish oil…

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  • Success Story: Always Feeling Hungry

    Eric is a 62 year old man who came to me seeking help because all he ever thought about was…

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  • Do You Feel Broken After Pregnancy?

    Common Problems After Pregnancy In my practice, I commonly encounter women who developed a number of physical problems that seemed…

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  • Low-Carbohydrate Beneficial in Patients with High Breast Cancer Risk

    An intermittent, low-carbohydrate diet was superior to a standard, daily calorie-restricted diet for reducing weight and lowering blood levels of…

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  • Combating Acid Reflux May Bring Host of Ills

    From the L.A. Times: “Many depend on proton pump inhibitors to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease, but their side effects can…

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  • Starch Intake May Influence Risk for Breast Cancer Recurrence

    Researchers have linked increased starch intake to a greater risk for breast cancer recurrence, according to results presented at the…

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  • The Crisis in Nutrition

    Tom Naughton used to be a full time stand-up comedian but, although heā€™s still funny, heā€™s spending more time these…

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  • More Confusion: Is Red Meat Really That Bad?

    Too Much Advice I was asked recently about the repeated news from Harvard’s Public Health Department that eating red meat,…

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  • Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Causes Heart Disease

    Dr. Dwight Lundell Prevent Disease Thu, 01 Mar 2012 21:58 CST We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority…

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  • Cancer Treatment Can Cause Persistent Fatigue

    There are a variety of studies documenting the phenomena of persistent fatigue lasting years after treatment for cancer.Ā  Many researchers…

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  • How Pregnancy Changes a Woman’s Brain

    We know a lot about the links between a pregnant mother’s health, behavior, and moods and her baby’s cognitive and…

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  • If America Had Only Listened to Jack LaLanne!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJVEPB_l8FU&feature=player_embedded This guy was so ahead of his time.

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  • Diarrhea, Urgent Stools and Bacterial Overgrowth Syndrome

    Our intestinal tract is home to billions of bacteria which are made up of 35,000-50,000 different strains. Each strains of…

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  • In Older Adults, A Higher Cholesterol Level Is Associated with a Lower Risk of Death

    Yes that’s correct; it’s not a typo! A recent study has demonstrated that a higher total cholesterol level is associated…

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  • High Carbohydrate Diet Promotes Prostate Tumor Growth

    A diet high in refined carbohydrates, like white rice or white bread, is associated with increased prostate tumor growth in…

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  • Breast Feeding and Low Carb/High Fat Diets

    Poor Breast Milk Production May Be A Sign of Inadequate Calorie Intake A friend of mine was asking about the…

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  • U.S. Senate Allows Pizza to Remain Classified as a Vegetable

    Wow, what wouldĀ we do without the U.S. Senate? Through all their brilliance,Ā Congress justĀ blocked rules proposed by the USDA Ā (U.S. Dept…

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  • Salt Might Not Be A Villian After All

    There Doesn’t Really Seem to Be a Consensus About Salt The growing conflict surrounding health consequence of dietaryĀ saltĀ (sodium; table salt)…

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  • Cut Down On ‘Carbs’ to Reduce Body Fat

    Ā A modest reduction in consumption of carbohydrate foods may promote loss of deep belly fat, even with little or no…

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  • Reduced Carbohydrate Diet Keeps People Feeling Full

    A modest reduction in the amount of carbohydrates eaten, without calorie restriction and weight loss, appears to increase a sense…

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  • Common Link Suggested Between Autism and Diabetes

    Ā A review of the genetic and biochemical abnormalities associated with autism reveals a possible link between the widely diagnosed neurological…

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  • Put Diabetes In Remission

    As we have all heard, more and more Americans are becoming obese which in turn is leading to increasing rates…

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