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“Pulse rate variability as a biomarker of COVID-19 infection” – Another peer-reviewed paper by Dr. Nemechek

Dr. Nemechek has published another peer-reviewed article discussing the potential of pulse rate variability (PRV) as a biomarker for COVID-19 infection. PRV is an equivalent of heart rate variability (HRV), a useful indicator of overall autonomic health as well as general health. HRV’s ability to stratify health outcomes for a variety of illnesses (cancer, heart …

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Helped Needed for Potential Lifesaving COVID-19 VNS Study

Dear Readers, This is an open letter that I hope you will share with any clinicians you might know working on the front lines treating patients with COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus or SARS-CoV-2. As the situation continues to decline globally with no viable treatment plan currently in effect, I would like to share my …

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Dr. Nemechek is Awarded U.S. Patent for The Nemechek Protocol®

On July 2nd, 2019 Dr. Nemechek was granted U.S. Patent No. 10,335,396 for “Methods of Reversing Autonomic Nervous System Damage”. The patent application was submitted October 2016 and outlines the specific elements of The Nemechek Protocol® as well as additional therapeutic variations. The Nemechek Protocol® is able to achieve significant reductions in systemic and central …

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The Magical Health Qualities of Olive Oil

Did you know you can consume one food every day that has cardioprotective, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, weight control, and anti-aging characteristics which also fights food-born inflammation? As an internal medicine physician, I recommend the daily consumption of extra virgin olive oil as a core component of a healthy, low inflammation lifestyle.  Olive oil is not only …

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Diabetes is More Than Just Controlling Blood Sugar

The growth in our understanding about why people develop Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (DMT2) is greatly out-pacing our present treatment strategy. In the early 1900’s, the primary fear about getting DMT2 was from the very elevated levels of blood sugar (glucose in the 400-700 mg/dl range) that would trigger a deadly condition called diabetic ketoacidosis.  …

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Important Update about COOC-Certified Olive Oils

Dear Followers of The Nemechek Protocol®, The Nemechek Protocol requires the consumption of extra virgin olive oil as a key piece of medical therapy, and I believe the COOC-certification is essential in order to maintain the remarkable improvements in health many of you have experienced. The COOC-certification process is stricter than international standards and it …

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Overnutrition and Neurodegenerative Diseases

Overnutrition is a term that refers to how excessive nutrients can damage the human body. The modern diet has become a common source of excessive nutrients and increases dangerous levels of systemic inflammation within the body.  The stress from the inflammation will activate the genes within our DNA and trigger or worsen common medical conditions …

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The Depression and Suicide Epidemic

Reading about the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain might surprise many because of the stereo-types associated with suicide such as social isolation, financial problems, or a relationship crisis. The truth is these suicides occurred because the U.S. is experiencing an epidemic of chronic depression.  Without depression or other psychiatric problems suicide does not …

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Dr. N is Now on YouTube!

Over 1,000 people have subscribed to listen to Dr. Nemechek discuss a variety of topics covering autonomic dysfunction, gut bacteria, inflammation and autism on on YouTube! Subscribe to his channel so you won’t miss out on the new information and discussion he posts frequently.  

Are you AGE-ing?

You might be aging too fast … from how you cook your food. The manner and the temperature in which we cook our food has a large impact on our brain and body.  Higher cooking temperatures results in the formation of unnatural and unhealthy substances referred to as advanced glycation end products. These substances are …

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Triggering Autoimmune Disorders

Hashimoto’s, Crohn’s, Psoriasis, and Rheumatoid Arthritis are names of common conditions known as autoimmune disorders. Autoimmune disorders are the result of the dysregulation of the immune system, but why do some people get these disorders when others do not? We now understand how most autoimmune disorders are being triggered by inflammation and Autonomic Nervous System …

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Are You Too Hungry?

Too many people are too hungry, and the result is a dangerous process called overnutrition. Overnutrition doesn’t mean just too much nutrition, it means damage to the body by eating too much of a nutrient or substance. Examples disease cause by nutrients are blindness from vitamin A toxicity, heart failure from vitamin E toxicity, hypothalamus …

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Diabetic Brains

The common form of diabetes (DM II) that affects 11-24% of the U.S. adult population is commonly discussed as a problem of elevated blood sugar primarily caused by obesity.  Unfortunately, this version is very outdated. A steady stream of research is demonstrating that diabetes is a chronic condition resulting from the deterioration of brain function.  …

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Gluten Intolerance is All in Your Head (i.e., Brain)

For many of us, gluten intolerance is “all in our head”.  The key to the problem is silent Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction in our brain.   Gluten is a protein molecule found in wheat, barley, and rye.  Gluten gives dough elasticity, helping it rise and often gives food a chewy texture.  Some individuals become sick eating …

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Are you “Pre-Diabetic”? If so, your house is on fire!

I meet people who tell me they are “just” pre-diabetic.  They aren’t too worried because they’ll “just” start pills or insulin shots to manage things when they “get” diabetes.  They don’t understand they are missing their opportunity for crisis management. Diabetes is diagnosed when the blood sugar hemoglobin A1C is 6.5 or greater.  “Pre-Diabetes” is …

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What sweetener do you put in your coffee?

Are we making ourselves sick with the types of sweeteners that we drink? We understand that obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer is associated with high sugar consumption.  In response, many Americans are using various sugar-substitute products in their drinks as a way to cut sugar consumption.  Unfortunately, sugar substitutes have unique problems of their …

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Deceptive Health: Are you really “healthy” on all those pills?

“Deceptive Health” is a big problem in medicine for adults and children.  I often ask patients if they are healthy and they say yes, because their lab tests are normal and they sleep OK. But when I ask if they take any pills, they reveal they are on medications that manipulate their blood pressure, diabetes, …

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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 oil) has a positive impact on memory on young adults. Previous studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil have a positive impact on mood and cognitive functioning as well. Omega-3 fatty acids …

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Put Diabetes In Remission

Put Diabetes In Remission – Introduction As we have all heard, more and more Americans are becoming obese which in turn is leading to increasing rates of Type II Diabetes Mellitus (high blood sugar).  In response to this epidemic, patients are told by their doctors, the newspaper, radio and TV shows, and public health campaigns …

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Watch This Video If You Want Something to Smile About

I’ve been off grid for the last 2 months with various distractions and wanted to treat everyone to a refresshing reminder that “aging is in the mind of b-older”. This is world’s first senior citizen lip dub video.  It’s set to Michael Bublé’s “Feeling Good” and performed by the residents of Clark Retirement Community in East Grand …

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Reverse Heartburn By Changing Your Diet

Heartburn is a very common problem that affects approximately 20% of the general public. It’s commonly associated with symptoms such as bloating after meals, belching, a burning sensation of the stomach or in the center of the chest, a bitter taste in the mouth and regurgitation of stomach acid. Most people assume heartburn (otherwise known …

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