Are we done we these yet? Statins deplete everything you want AND likely contribute to heart disease
Sudden Cardiac Arrest- New Research On Early Warning Signs. (Don’t Forget Fish Oil!) My beloved experienced chest pain a few months ago. Given that his family history is significant for heart disease, we played it safe and went to the emergency department. He was fine thankfully, but a he was little sheepish about going to…
Get out your eggs, folks: Cholesterol is NOT, I repeat NOT, a “nutrient of concern for overconsumption”.
Episode 9: The FxMed Health Coach: A New (and Needed) Member of the FxMed Team! With Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum
Imagine: You’re a busy FxMed clinician, working overtime treating, educating and supporting your patients as they transition to a new state of health. It’s exciting, and you’re inspired to be practicing medicine in a way you never thought possible.
We know we’re overfishing these days. Worm, B et al in 2006 stated in the journal Science “Unless major changes are enacted now, the timetable predicted is for the global collapse of all taxa currently fished by the mid-21st century
Excessive exposures to everyday toxins coupled with impaired detox capability due to poor diet and lifestyle are a double whammy that can contribute to impaired metabolism and chronic disease. Many symptoms can give us clues as to how toxins might be affecting us. It’s inevitable that we’re exposed to toxins in our everyday environment, since…
With a functional medicine practitioner hat on, we would see the connection differently: that inflammation is an underlying driver of both conditions (and actually a host of other conditions) and that the clinician’s role must be to identify those sources of inflammation and address them at the root.
Episode 8: When the Immune System is Activated, the Brain Chemistry Changes: Functional Psychiatry with Bob Hedaya, MD
According to Dr. Bob Hedaya, it’s malpractice NOT to use functional medicine when practicing psychiatry. ALL of the nodes on the Functional Medicine Matrix
Protective BRCA1 protein levels are lower in the brains of individuals with Alzheimer’s.
“The perception that current vaccines are already highly effective in preventing influenza is a major barrier to game-changing alternatives.