By Dr. David on March 14, 2013
Jan Kelly operates the Midwest Myofascial Release Center. Fascia allows our internal parts to move smoothly over all the other surrounding parts, so it is critical to mobility. Unfortunately, fascia can become damaged. I suggest that you investigate her services.
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By Dr. David on November 30, 2012
As you may know, I have been looking for a liquid children’s multiple vitamin for some time. For numerous reasons it is very hard to make a quality liquid multiple vitamin. I have tested a half dozen different products in the last two years and for one reason or another they were all disappointing.
By Dr. David on October 9, 2012
His first day of kindergarten, he began having an allergic reaction when several of the other students pulled out their snacks with peanuts and peanut butter. Last week I watched my son rub a peanut on his lips with absolutely no reaction. I was smiling the entire way home from our appointment.
By Dr. David on March 6, 2012
Developed nations with higher infant mortality rates tend to give their infants more vaccinations. There is a high statistically significant correlation between increasing number of vaccine doses and increasing infant mortality rates. The USA spends more per capita on health care that any other country, yet 33 nations have better infant mortality rates.
By Dr. David on February 29, 2012
A porous intestinal lining, or Leaky Gut, allows food molecules, that would normally be too large, to pass through the intestinal lining. Once these abnormally large molecules get through, they trigger a natural defense reaction whereby the body builds antibodies to identify the larger molecule as an invader, and attack it. The result of this antigen/antibody reaction is what we call an allergy/sensitivity, and any tissue in the body can express an allergy/sensitivity. Leaky Gut Syndrome creates a cascade of events that results in increasingly more allergy/sensitivities.
By Dr. David on February 7, 2012
Apparently, the same combination of antioxidant nutrients that are so important in the treatment of type II diabetes are equally important to stop and reverse oxidative damage at the mitochondrial level. Preliminary human trials are suggesting that this combination of antioxidants – Acetyl l-Carnetine and Alpha Lipoic acid – has the same effect on people.
By Dr. David on October 27, 2011
I was skeptical, to say the least, but desperation won out over skepticism. We proceeded with NAET and the treatments were nothing short of incredible. Following NAET, she has had no reoccurrence or treatment for asthma in ten years. No inhalers, no nebulizer, no medications, no trips to the hospital for asthma!
By Dr. David on October 14, 2011
The European model of “unacceptable until proven safe” has protected citizens from big business shenanigans, enhancing overall health and well-being across the continent. The American model of “safe until proven faulty” is killing us.
By Dr. David on October 14, 2011
A new study of twins suggests that the environment, including conditions in the womb, may be at least as important as genes in causing autism.
By Dr. David on August 16, 2011
We know that genetics plays a big role in autistic spectrum disorders, but our environment dictates which genes turn on and off, It has been my opinion, and the opinion of the scientific authorities who I listen to, that not only is the average American diet a disease producing disaster, but prescribed pre-natal vitamins are woefully inadequate.