Clinical Feedback Causes Me To Review CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) Physiology, and its relationship to cancer, aging, heart health, and more
By Dr. David on February 25, 2011
In the last month I have had two patients comment on energy and CoQ10. One lady was one of my recovered breast cancer patients and the other was a patient that carries a familial risk in that area. They were both on physiological doses of CoQ10, when for various reasons they discontinued it for a period of a few months. In retrospect, they both said that they had noticeably more fatigue in that time frame, and when they restarted their CoQ10 supplementation they noticed revitalization, a very noticeable improvement in overall energy.
By Dr. David on December 17, 2010
Minerals are needed in extra abundance when stressful situations call for additional muscular and/or neurological activity, and when a lot of extra energy is required. The body is careful to store the minerals it needs in balance, which results in the maintenance of bone strength and normal bone physiology.
By Dr. David on September 23, 2010
Both my mentors were very interested in the ‘diet/disease connection,’ and that is what has driven me in my practice these forty two years. What amazes me is that it was evident even back in the 1960s that most chronic disease was caused by changes in the general diet caused by food processing and chemical farming.
By Dr. David on June 15, 2010
Professor Brian Peskin, the engineer (MIT) who has been pioneering the use of a balanced Omega 6/Omega 3 supplement for cancer treatment and prevention in his book The Hidden Story of Cancer and his ongoing lectures, is now researching in the field of cardiovascular health.
By Dr. David on March 9, 2010
In July, 2008, I was 59 years old and two months from my 60th birthday. I started having chest pains. I had such a bad pain one evening that my girlfriend took me to the emergency room. They kept me over-night for observation. My blood tests showed my heart enzymes were okay but I was [...]