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Reading the “Whether Report”

Reading the “Whether Report”

| June 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

So, you don’t get any passes from illness because you’re a medical professional. Yet, when you go to hospitals and medical clinics, the most unhealthy looking people are in charge of your “health care”? Personally, I pay attention to my health. Twenty to thirty years before the stroke, “heart attack”, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, […]

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Prenatal Counseling – Best Health Before Conception

Prenatal Counseling – Best Health Before Conception

| June 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Thyroid hormone is important to normal human embryonic development in general, but it’s especially critical to normal development of cells with high energy requirements. This includes the brain, heart and gut. As we age past 27, thyroid levels gradually fall. This is compounded in pregnancy by a rise in the level of the estrogen, estradiol. […]

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Opening a Woman’s Heart

Opening a Woman’s Heart

| June 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

If you’re listening to “programming”, you may have the idea that more women die of breast cancer than heart disease. That is dead wrong. Women are 9 times more likely to die from heart disease than breast cancer. The usual suspects of obesity, high blood sugar, low thyroid levels, sedentary lifestyle and smoking play the […]

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The Battle of Estrogen vs. Progesterone

The Battle of Estrogen vs. Progesterone

| May 29, 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 […]

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Facebook Isn’t Your Doctor

Facebook Isn’t Your Doctor

| May 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

When Should You See A Qualified Health Care Professional? Obviously, I recommend eating a BALi type diet, exercise, taking supplements, and maintaining optimal hormone levels. I recommend natural remedies when they are appropriate. Conventional therapies are over used, however, sometimes conventional is the way to go. Several Facebook pages have popped as self-help options. These […]

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Opening a Woman’s Heart

Opening a Woman’s Heart

| July 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you’re listening to “programming”,you may have the idea that more women die of breast cancer than heart disease. That is dead wrong. Women are 9 times more likely to die from heart disease than breast cancer.The usual suspects of obesity,high blood sugar,low thyroid levels,sedentary lifestyle and smoking play the same role as in men. […]

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Hypothyroidism In Pregnancy

Hypothyroidism In Pregnancy

| July 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

The first thing to do after pregnancy is diagnosed is to assess thyroid function. At the very least,this means getting a TSH. This Thyroid Stimulating Hormone test does not measure thyroid levels but a hormone that stimulates thyroid hormone production. Higher levels of TSH indicate low thyroid levels. TSH should be 1.0 or less. Low […]

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Monkey Brains (PMS)

Monkey Brains (PMS)

| July 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

PMS is much more than mood swings and irritability. You info-maniacs with an interest in learning more on this subject should get the book “Unmasking PMS” by Joseph Martorano M.D. and Maureen Morgan R.N. As if on cue,one of you had a PMS melt down with a symptom most would not associate with PMS. Amanda […]

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It Will Get Worse

It Will Get Worse

| July 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

Breast Cancer- What to Do? 100 women die from breast cancer each day. Its preventable. Every woman should be on Vitamin D3,an Iodoral type halogen supplement,and fish oil. Anyone who prescribes Premarin,for any reason,should be culpable for its effects. A waist measurement should be standard with every visit. Every inch over 30 increases the risk […]

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Breast Cancer Review

Breast Cancer Review

| July 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

This article gives a qualified good review of the ecology of breast cancer. It is unequivocally wrong in its information on the association of vitamin/mineral intake on the incidence of breast cancer. It is remiss in mentioning the association of mammograms to breast cancer. The association of ionizing radiation and cancer is a no brainer. […]

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