Question: Do you have any suggestions for hyperinsulimia other than taking gulcophage? Thank you
Answer: Organic food and the Zone Diet or possibly the Atkins diet.
Question: I had an infected root
canal removed then gum surgery above extraction to remove additional infection (Jan of this year). I have had problems every since. It seems that some sort of fluid (mucus?) is coming down from
the site. I have been to several doc's (including ENT specialist). No one can see anything, however it keeps me up thru the night. Never had a problem prior to extraction. Some people
say mercury amalgams, some say too much yeast, none of doctors had given any opinion. Can you help?
Answer: Some ways to reduce effects of stress is by stress management, meditation, and exercise. Find an alternative Dentist who has access to an Electrodermal Screening machine to help.
Question: From numerous h2o2 IV treatments all the veins in my hands and arms have literally dried up causing poor circulation in my fingers, hands, and forearms. Is there anything that can reverse
and/or relieve the damage to the veins that was caused by the Hydrogen Peroxide ?
Answer: Vitamin E
and Cayenne Pepper taking orally and rubbed on veins has been known to be of benefit.
are some simple, inexpensive things I can do to prevent my coming down with a quality of life threatening disease? - What is the best way to minimize my risks of heart attack and stroke? - Is the mercury
amalgams and other metals in my mouth adversely affecting my health? - How valuable is chelation and what does it do? I would greatly appreciate your advice. Thank you!
Answer: Lifestyle changes, diet, exercise, drinking water, reduce sugar intake and use non processed sea salt along with stress management.
Question: Is the mercury amalgams and other metals in my mouth adversely affecting my health? - How valuable is chelation and what does it do? I have Lou Gerigs disease, what can I do. I'm a woman and
Answer: My personal opinion is yes the mercury in the mouth adversely affect
health. Follow the Zone Diet and the above recommendations. See an alternative healthcare doctor for a full evaluation. There are many factors that could be affecting your health.
Question: I live in Michigan, near Detroit. have had lower back & leg pain for many years. have read 3 prolotheraphy books. HELP!-need top prolo doc in Mich. Area.
Answer: Look on the internet. There is a national organization that could help.
What are some simple, inexpensive things I can do to prevent my coming down with a quality of life threatening disease? - What are some of the ways I can reduce the harmful effects of stress?
Answer: Stress management, exercice, yoga, meditation, etc.
Question: What kind
of damage can excess cortisol do to the function of the brain - and how? Could you be specific. Thank you.
Answer: It is stressful to the body and can negatively affect the brain. For further information contact a medical lab for more information on the response of cortisol.
Question: What are the best ways to alleviate the symptoms of diabetes...to include foods to eat, pro and con; nutritional products, diet, exercise, books to read, sources of good info, etc.?
Answer: If done sensibly, the Atkins Diet can be beneficial for certain body types. It is not
appropriate for everyone. My preference is the Zone diet for diabetics. The best ways to alleviate symptoms of diabetes would be a multi dimensional approach overseen by a doctor.
Question: In early March my wife had a stroke & heart attack after years of chronic high blood pressure. This weekend she had a bleeding ulcer & had to go back to ICU. Today she had another heart
attack. The local doctors are very close minded although they have little hope in their "standard care" IVs of Ringers, sodium chloride & nitro. When I put a drop of coQ10 on her lips they had a fit. If it
were me I would want to have IV chelation. Can you please help me persuade her doctors? Thank You.
Answer: It is very difficult to find physicians who will or who are able to do chelation in a hospital. Seek out an alternative physician to see if they can help with the situation.
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