Your Health Detective: December 2009

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December 2009

This article is dedicated to all those who are victims of multiple allergic responses, (aka multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS) or environmental illness (EI), and are viewed with hostility, anger, and suspicion in a world and health care system that requires double-blind studies before a condition is considered “real”. Click to continue reading…

Continue reading “Multiple Allergic Response Syndromes (MARS) Part 1 of 2” »

With another year soon ending, and the skirmish of holiday rushing, take some time to evaluate those things which you are truly thankful for. I know it’s difficult to be too optimistic in a down economy, but being negative or stressed belaboring that your glass is half-full only adds to your total body toxic load; emotionally and physically. Click to continue reading…

Continue reading “Happy Holidays: A Doctor’s Reflections” »

Having recently returned from lecturing and teaching in Asia, I can attest to the delicious flavor of green tea. I was gifted, and purchased, some extraordinary blends both in Shanghai and Taiwan; an exquisite taste that I have yet to find in the U.S. That said, in light of new research, I may have to consider white tea – while still opting for my gourmet Asian green tea favorites. Click to continue reading…

Continue reading “Attention Green-tea Lovers…”Now This is Tasteful Aging!”” »

With so much attention lately on the correct amounts and types of Vitamin D supplementation, readers and patients asked me to provide a quick guide as to it’s benefits, dosage, and latest research; here it is….maybe not so quick but as concise as I could be and still provide you important facts: Click to continue reading….

Continue reading “Demystifying “D”” »

I don’t know about you but I’m reacting to a bio-based processed textile made from reconstituted cellulose from the beech tree. It is used in outer clothing, underwear, towels, bath robes, upholstery, bedding, and also combined with cotton, spandex and other textiles. I’m getting more and more calls from patients following my lead for effective “detective work” in finding the “clues” to their sudden-onset symptoms back to Modal. Click here to continue reading…

Continue reading “The “Fabric” of Allergic Responses” »

I’ve discussed significant information about various new research and nutrients that have proven effective in our constant thirst to slow the aging processes. Vitamin C is, again, one of those nutrients that, until now, has not received the credit its due.

According to research conducted by Marcus Cooke (co-author) at the University of Leicester, UK, their team is encouraged because Vitamin C shows the definate ability of the DNA to repair itself after being damaged; as well as being protective through its strong antioxidant properties. Click to continue reading…

Continue reading “Stimulating DNA Ability to Self-Repair Healthy Aging Part 3 of 3” »

C…ing Why We Age

I don’t know about you, but I’m beginning the best part of the rest of my life at age 62! We do not have to accept aging natural phenomenon as the “natural order of things”. That said, we must keep some important facts in mind in order to truly understand why we age and why we age prematurely. We die because we get sick, and we get sick because our cells become old and/or die-off. Click to continue reading…

Continue reading “How We Age and How to Prevent it Prematurely Part 2 of 3” »


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