Stubborn Urinary Infections

You may be surprised to learn that urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the most common form of bacterial infection, accounting for 7 million office visits, 1 million emergency room visits, and 100,000 hospitalizations each year, at an estimated annual cost of $1.6 billion to the American public. One third of all women will contract a UTI by the age of 24. Once a woman has contracted a UTI,…

Nutritional Testing

What Is the ONE FMV Nutritional Test? The ONE FMV is a nutritional test that includes select urine biomarkers to evaluate the functional need for antioxidants, B-vitamins, minerals, digestive support, and amino acids. The complete ONE FMV offers: Metabolic Analysis Markers (urine organic acids) Malabsorption and Dysbiosis Markers Malabsorption Markers Bacterial Dysbiosis Markers Yeast/Fungal Dysbiosis…

Intermittent fasting: Live ‘fast,’ live longer?

With the new year come new resolutions that oftentimes involve losing weight. Perhaps intermittent fasting is on the 2020 agenda. A new paper was published in The New England Journal of Medicine on Dec 26th 2019, intended to help physicians who are supporting patients with Intermittent Fasting (IF).  The study has shed some light on the science and clinical…

It’s Never too Late to Start Feeling better for the New Year

I just finished up my 15-day Biotics Research cleanse and wanted to share some results with you. If you have followed me long enough, you may have known about my genetically high cholesterol that I have battled over the years. I’ve shared those results in previous blogs and how I manage my numbers pretty well….

Does the Holiday Season cause you Gallbladder Distress?

Symptoms of a gallbladder problems include: Pain The most common symptom of a gallbladder problem is pain. This pain usually occurs in the mid- to upper-right section of your abdomen. It can be mild and intermittent, or it can be quite severe and frequent. In some cases, the pain can begin to radiate to other areas of…

Battling “Burnout” Syndrome

Burnout is real. In May 2019, the World Health Organization officially included it in its International Classification of Diseases. This recognition confirmed that burnout was not a figment of the imagination, or something suffered only by “weak” or “unmotivated” people. Medical treatments are limited. The Mayo Clinic recommends sleep and relaxation. But now there’s hope for the 30% to 72% of working people…

Looks will Kill

BREAST IMPLANT ILLNESS (BII) Breast Implant Illness (BII) has become a global epidemic although most women who are ill are told it is any number of other diseases and often that it is “all in your head”. From Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue syndrome to heart palpitations, Lyme, MS and numerous other diagnosis – women believe they…

Time to Rethink the Pink

Once again, we see the yearly propaganda of the Pink campaign. Unfortunately, donating money to many of these cancer campaigns and awareness groups over the years hasn’t changed many statistics with cancer. Cancer is still the number two killer among Americans in the United States. According to cancer.org, the current cancer statistic for our current…

Neurotransmitters and Brain Health

The Braverman Assessment Form https://www.bravermantest.com/   In my previous lecture, “Breaking Toxic Habits,” I talked about neurotransmitters and their role in addiction, as well as brain health. The Braverman assessment form is a simple test you can take on your free time and have analyzed at the office. There are many nutritional products we uses…