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Complete Blood Count Testing

Complete Blood Count Testing

| December 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

CBC stands for “complete blood count”. This component of your blood work evaluates the status of your red and white blood cells and your platelets. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all the other cells in the body. This oxygen is combined with thyroid hormone and blood sugar to create energy similar to the way […]

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Depression

Depression

| December 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are 2 basic forms of depression, exogenous and endogenous. Exogenous depression is cause by an external event–death, divorce, bankruptcy, etc. The depression is temporary and mollified by time and changes in circumstances. Endogenous depression is due to an inability to manufacture natural brain chemicals called “neurotransmitters”. A good analogy for this type depression is […]

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How Do I Raise My Testosterone?

How Do I Raise My Testosterone?

| November 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Testosterone is often referred to as a “male hormone”. Actually, men and women produce the exact same hormones. The difference is in the quantity. Starting at puberty, men produce higher levels of testosterone. Also, men (and some women) have more places for testosterone to attach (testosterone receptors). Hormones are naturally occurring chemicals produced by tissue […]

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Cornography

Cornography

| November 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

The primary hormone controlling how much fat you store is insulin. How much insulin you produce is determined by: The intensity of sweet–Sweet taste causes your pancreas to produce insulin, regardless of whether a food/drink has calories. “Diet” food and drinks sweetened with aspartame, Splenda, acesulfame, saccharine, etc. all cause you to produce more insulin. […]

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Dermotologeee

Dermotologeee

| November 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Toximation (toxic oxidation/inflammation) is the process that damages your body, inside and out. Your skin is an outward reflection of this process, but the exact same process is involved in heart disease, diabetes, autoimmune conditions and Alzheimer’s. Oxidation is physical damage to cells of the skin and other organs in the body. Oxidation is caused by […]

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Estrogen Dominance

Estrogen Dominance

| November 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

“Estrogen Dominance” is a term often used to refer to a cluster of symptoms that result from too much estrogen influence. Hormones are the computer programmers of your cells. Normally, they function as a team–with each one having a specialty. Often one will balance the activity of another. Hormonal biochemistry is complicated, but for simplicity […]

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Law of Parsimony – Simple Explanations to Explain Consequences

Law of Parsimony – Simple Explanations to Explain Consequences

| November 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Sooooooo, your rheumatologist does not know what causes rheumatoid arthritis (R. A.), your dermatologist does not know what causes eczema/psoriasis, your endocrinologist does not know what causes diabetes and your internist/family doctor does not know what causes high blood pressure. Is it just me or does that situation seem bizarre? Do you take your car […]

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What You Need to Know About Heart Disease

What You Need to Know About Heart Disease

| November 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Even most cardiologists (heart doctors) don’t understand that the problem is artery disease, not heart. The best article covering this is 2002 article written in the magazine, Scientific American. It describes the process chronic inflammation has on deteriorating the walls of arteries and leading to a blood clot that cuts off blood and oxygen to […]

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Saliva Testing for Hormone Levels

Saliva Testing for Hormone Levels

| November 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Hormone levels in your body are as critical as fluid levels in your car. When hormone levels are high in our youth, we have energy, sex drive, can sleep until noon, eat what we want with no weight gain, and party all night. That starts to change around age 26-27, when hormone levels start to […]

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Make this an Erection Year

Make this an Erection Year

| November 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Erectile dysfunction (ED) was not something that was discussed very much until the little blue pills came out. Now, hearing about 4-hour erections is hard to miss (Warning: I will take every opportunity to triple my double entendres. So, if the topic of sex, words like penis, or really bad puns make you uncomfortable, stop reading […]

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