By Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D.
Partial Reprint from drhyman.com
IF ALL DOCTORS followed the latest cholesterol treatment guidelines, and all their patients took their prescribed statin medication, Continue reading “Pharmageddon: America’s Top Selling Drug Cause Diabetes” →
A friend of mine was recently prescribed a fish oil product by his doctor for high triglycerides. He didn’t have a drug plan that covered the product; it cost a fortune –paid for it out of pocket, it was about $200 for a month’s supply. He was told by his doctor that the prescription-only product was more pure than the fish oil nutritional supplements you can buy off the shelf in health food stores. Continue reading “Is FTC Censorship Trying to Divert the Nutritional Supplements Industry to Big Pharma?” →
The American Heart Association recommends Omega 3 fatty acids to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease. According to the association, fish is the best source of Omega 3s. However, they also recognize that fish from many sources is contaminated with mercury. Continue reading “Doctors Agree that Omega 3s Are Good for Cardiovascular Health – But is Fish Really Your Best Source of Omega 3s?” →
Although most people associate type II diabetes with obesity and lack of physical exercise, doctors say don’t really know what causes it. In fact, it’s sometimes described as “number of diseases” involving problems with the hormone insulin. Continue reading “Can You Help Prevent and Treat Type II Diabetes with Detoxification?” →
By Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D.
Excerpt from drhyman.com
BREAKING NEWS! Some newly discovered compounds have just been found to turn off all of the genes that cause diabetes. Are these compounds found in a pill bottle? No! Instead, you’ll find them on your dinner plate — in rye bread and pasta. Continue reading “5 Steps To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance” →
By Melanie Grimes
Reprint from NaturalNews
Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints, which troubles nearly 350 million people worldwide. Continue reading “Use Natural Remedies for Arthritis and Gout” →
With 50 million people in the U.S. affected by arthritis – and related healthcare costs of $128 billion every year – reducing arthritis pain is an important issue. A new study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that weight loss may be a key factor. And you may not have to lose as much as you think. Continue reading “New Study Shows Arthritis Pain May Be Reduced by Losing Just a Little Weight” →
By Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D.
(partial reprint from DrHyman.com)
YOUR DOCTORS THINK they make decisions based on medical evidence. But they don’t! In fact, half of medical evidence is hidden from your doctors. And the half that’s hidden is the half that shows drugs don’t work. Continue reading “The Dangers of the Medical Industrial Complex” →
When Obama was campaigning for president, health care reform was a major part of his platform. Among other things, he said he would save money and lives by focusing on prevention. I was elated to hear that – finally, sanity in healthcare. But it didn’t take long to discover that his definition of prevention was vastly different from mine. Continue reading “Will FTC Censorship Prevent Preventive Health Care?” →
Reprint from Dr Mercola
Physician Kevin Patterson noticed something during his work as an internist-intensivist at the Canadian Combat Surgical Hospital in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The Afghan soldiers, police and civilians he treated had very different bodies from those of the Canadians he treated in his home country.
The organs of the Canadians, Americans, and Europeans he treated were encased in fat. Afghan civilians and soldiers had little or no fat or adipose tissue underneath the skin. Patterson has become convinced that the effects of urbanization are making people everywhere in the world both fatter and sicker.
According to NPR:
“[Patterson] explains that the increase in abdominal fat has driven the epidemic of diabetes over the last 40 years in the developed world — and that he’s now seeing similar patterns in undeveloped regions that have adapted Western eating patterns.”
NPR March 24, 2011
Maissonneuve November 15, 2010
Dr. Mercola’s Comments:
The disease pattern Dr. Patterson discusses in his article Diseases of Affluence published last year in Maisonneuve, is essentially what I’ve been writing about for the last decade. The modern Western diet, high in fructose, grains, and grain-fed, pesticide-laden and hormone-laced meat, is the primary driving factor behind the skyrocketing incidences of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Continue reading “Want to Burn Away Those Excess Pounds? Heed This Lesson From the Afghans…” →