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2009 Interview with Muscle and Brawn

Here is a link to an Interview I did with these great people in 2009.  Just found it going through old emails... I need to keep up on emails a little bit better... http://muscleandbrawn.com/interview-dr-warren-willey-better-than-steroids/    

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Get off your Proton Pump Inhibitors or PPI’s

Get off your Proton Pump Inhibitors or PPI’s

Symptoms, by definition, are a physical or mental feature that is regarded as indicating a condition of disease, particularly such a feature that is apparent to the patient.  Many of the drugs used in western medicine are simply symptom alleviators.  They do nothing...

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Antibiotics = FAT!?!

Antibiotics = FAT!?!

In my profession, we continually harp on the potential dangers of antibiotics use in situations where they are not needed.  For example: with the common, yet extremely irritating, seasonal cold. Today I want to give you another reason to avoid antibiotics, if at all...

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Koch Postulate

Koch Postulate

Modern medicine comprises a lot of classic thinking in its systems and delivery. One shining example is something called the Koch Postulate.  The Koch Postulate is based on the work of Robert Koch, a German scientist born in 1843, and someone whom most consider the...

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Age-related macular degeneration and the glycemic index

Age-related macular degeneration and the glycemic index

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of irreversible vision loss in people over the age of 60. It occurs when a small portion of the back of the eye (on the retina), called the macula, deteriorates, causing loss of central vision. Although...

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Exercise and Telomeres

Exercise and Telomeres

“If only I could stop or slow down the aging process”, said (or soon will say) almost everyone, at one time or another. We have plenty of ways to look younger, via surgical intervention, topical creams and laser treatments, keeping stress lower in our lives, hair...

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Money-based biases in health reporting involving cheese!

Money-based biases in health reporting involving cheese!

I recently ran across a news article quoting a study that raised my eyebrows, not because of the deep scientific details it provided, but because it hit on a passion of mine: cheese.  I love cheese.  So much so, I take psyllium husk every night so I can eat cheese!...

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If your planning on surgery, don’t forget to PREHAB

If your planning on surgery, don’t forget to PREHAB

It is a well-known fact that the condition you’re in before an event dictates your outcome for the event. If you take the time and make the effort  to study for a test, your outcome on the test is likely to be better – something we parents preach to the point of...

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