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Asthma Treatment

Asthma Treatment

| October 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Occupational asthma can be caused by chemical or particulate inhalation. However, most asthma is due to the immune system response to Candida overgrowth in the lungs (Imagine diaper rash in the lungs. Don’t imagine a vaginal yeast infection in the lungs😜). One of the cytokines produced by the immune cells is “leukotriene”. This cytokine causes […]

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BALi Eating for Weight Management

BALi Eating for Weight Management

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

BALi eating is not a diet but a change in lifestyle based on human biochemistry and over 30 years of trial and error. I didn’t make the rules of human biochemistry. They have always been there. What I did was separate the MSU information presented by most from the reality of human biochemistry. Weight management […]

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Cholesterol & Ways to Lower It

Cholesterol & Ways to Lower It

| September 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Need to lower cholesterol? First, you must understand what it is and why it’s high. Cholesterol is a waxy molecule produced in the liver. It’s a building block used all over the body to make neurotransmitters in your brain, hormones like testosterone/estrogens/progesterone/vitamin D (hormones with a cholesterol base are called “steroid hormones”), and it’s a […]

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Are Your Thyroid Levels Low?

Are Your Thyroid Levels Low?

| August 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

When a police officer conducts a sobriety test, he’s not practicing medicine. This is in spite of the fact that he performs a neurological exam and makes a “diagnosis” based on his findings. Why is this not practicing medicine? An excess of certain chemicals in the body manifests outwardly. Poor balance, slurred speech, droopy eyelids, […]

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Diabetes in Asian/Indian Populations

Diabetes in Asian/Indian Populations

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

I noticed some years back that every doctor from India of Asian/Indian descent over age 40 had diabetes.  I noticed it first in my mother’s oncologist.  Not even close to being overweight, but had Type 2 diabetes.  Diabetes has become epidemic in cities such as Bangladesh and New Delhi.  This is in large part due […]

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Hormones & Weight Loss

Hormones & Weight Loss

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Three primary hormonal influences must be addressed to achieve successful weight loss, long term. Insulin, estrogens and growth factors from inflammation are the primary hormonal influences. These are all addressed by following the BALi eating plan.  The Weight is Over program gives the transition a five-week jump-start by incorporating HCG, but long term success requires […]

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Diabetes Detection

Diabetes Detection

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most “diabetics” have no idea they have diabetes.  The current classification of diabetes does not diagnose the condition until after years of damage has been done.  Using fasting blood sugar to detect diabetes is like putting you fire alarm in your neighbor’s home.  By the time the alarm goes off, your home already has significant […]

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What Causes High Cholesterol?

What Causes High Cholesterol?

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

What causes high cholesterol? It is not eggs, meat, or coconut oil.  Its sugar.  I can explain this fairly simply using the picture below.  This comes from one of my anatomy books.  This book is all about the lower intestines (Colon).  The colon is the last place your food goes before the toilet.  By the […]

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Before the Boiling Point – What Lab Tests Should Be

Before the Boiling Point – What Lab Tests Should Be

| July 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are some lab numbers you need to know that your doctor is probably not testing you for. Medical school taught us to look for what I call “boiling points”. Imagine you put your hand in a pot of cold water on the stove and turn the burner on high. At some temperature, you’ll take […]

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Prostate Cancer — Diagnosis and Treatment Options

Prostate Cancer — Diagnosis and Treatment Options

| June 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

I was forced to become an expert at cancer in general and prostate cancer in particular. I was diagnosed by local urologist Michael Wilkerson, M.D., at age 50. The danger of prostate cancer is determined by what is called a “Gleason score”. It’s similar to scales used with earthquakes and hurricanes and goes from 1 […]

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