My Latest Cholesterol and Heart Disease Talk

My Latest Community Talk on Cholesterol and Heart Disease I recently did a community talk titled "A Natural Approach to Curing Cholesterol and Preventing Heart Disease" at the Cupertino Library It's a high quality recording with updated content and a great Q&A session at the end. Watch the…


The Latest Study Questioning Low Carb Diets

Background Death, taxes and headline news stories about the latest study questioning low carb diets are part of the predictable cycle of life.  I have a recurrent calendar reminder set on my phone that warns me every 6-9 months that there will be such a story and my inbasket will be filled with…


Top Vegetarian Proteins to Help with Diabetes and Weight Loss

Background One of the most common complaints I get in the office and on the lecture circuit is the lack of protein options for my vegetarian/vegan patients.  Although many of my patients and followers have been great about lowering their sugar and excess carb intake, especially if they have or are…


7 Numbers I Track for Weight Loss

Updated March 2020 Weight Loss Case Study I saw a patient a few weeks ago for weight loss and diabetes reversal who told me he was on the keto diet, had lost 10 pounds initially and then plateaued.  His diabetes A1C blood test dropped from 10.6 to 9.5, but without further changes.  I asked him how…


Top 6 Herbs and Spices for Diabetes

Background Can herbs and spices actually help you prevent and manage diabetes?  I used to be skeptical about this idea when I first started my practice, but now have started seeing the true benefits over the years.  I have mostly my patients to thank for this who have shared their various recipes,…


7 Top Concerns About The Ketogenic Diet

Background on The Ketogenic Diet Before all the ketogenic diet enthusiasts come after me for writing this blog post, I do want to let you know that I am actually in nutritional ketosis while writing this blog, so please don’t throw zero carb eggs at my windshield.  I’ll cover the ketogenic diet in…


My Thoughts on the Latest Diabetes Guidelines Calling for “Looser” A1C Targets

Background The American College of Physicians (ACP), a major force in creating practice standards for primary care doctors has called for moving the A1C target level of 6.5% or below to a target level between 7-8% instead.  If you're not familiar with A1C (aka HbA1C or glycohemoglobin), this is a…


7 Steps to Preventing and Curing the PCOS Epidemic in Young Women

Background PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is one of the most important conditions we absolutely need to raise awareness about worldwide.  It is the most common endocrine condition in young women globally and when left undiagnosed and untreated, it significantly raises the risk of health…


Watch My Google Talk on Curing Diabetes In Diverse Cultures Without Drugs

Watch My Google Talk on Curing Diabetes in Diverse Cultures It's almost the end of November, which is National Diabetes awareness month here in the US.  My talk at Google on curing diabetes in diverse cultures just went live.  Many of my followers who have attended my prior talks have called this…


Is Type 2 Diabetes Reversible and How Can You Do It?

Background At no time during my years of medical training did any of my mentors or colleagues ever tell me that type 2 diabetes (will refer to as T2D) was potentially reversible.  Instead it was described as a preventable condition in its early stages, but once you were diagnosed, then you would…


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