Month: June 2020

Nutrients for Macular Degeneration Part II of II

Nutrients for Macular Degeneration Part II of II Two other important nutrients for promoting eye health and preventing macular degeneration are Taurine and Vinpocetine. Taurine is an amino acid needed for the maintenance of vision and the regeneration of worn-out tissues of the visual system.  It is found in high concentrations in the retina and …

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Nutrients for Macular Degeneration Part I of II

Nutrients for Macular Degeneration Part I of II Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of severe, permanent vision loss in people over 60.  It happens when the small central portion of your retina, called the macula, wears down.  The retina is the light-sensing nerve tissue at the back of your eye. One of the …

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Why Intermittent Eating Is Good For You

Why Intermittent Eating Is Good For YouA 2019 study showed that only one in eight Americans is Metabolically Healthy –having ideal blood levels of glucose, triglycerides, and HDL plus ideal blood pressure and waist circumference without the use of pharmaceuticals.  How can we improve that ratio through intermittent eating (formerly known as intermittent fasting)?   It …

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One Doctor’s Change of Heart About Chelation Part II of II

One Doctor’s Change of Heart About Chelation Part II of II Dr. Lamas decided that modern clinical trials methodology could address the lingering question of chelation for coronary artery disease.  Unbeknownst to him, chelation practitioners had been pleading for a chelation trial for years.  They had the support of powerful congressmen and senators, but no …

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One Doctor’s Change of Heart About Chelation Part I of II

One Doctor’s Change of Heart About Chelation Part I of II Back in 1999, Dr. Gervasio Lamas, a chief of cardiology in Florida, was happily involved in patient care, teaching, and research when a new patient came in asking for EDTA (ethylenediamine tetra acetic acid) chelation.  Doctor Lamas told him that chelation was nonsense, quackery, …

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