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…


The Real Risks of Exercising Too Hard and How to Exercise-Part 1 of 2

Background This is the first of a 2-part series on exercise and how to do it in a way that maximizes fitness and enjoyment without increasing health risk and injury. I feel there's been a shift over the years where many of my existing and new patients are now engaging in different types of…


Does Skipping Breakfast Increase Heart Attack Risk?

Background I've grown accustomed to sensational news headlines on health which convert flawed scientific studies into catchy one-liners like "Red meat increases cancer" or in this case "Skipping breakfast increases heart attack risk."  Before we discuss the actual study on breakfast and its…


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…


The Not So Sweet Truth About Artificial Sweeteners and Diet Sodas

Background Hopefully by now you are convinced that excess sugar consumption is a major cause for disease, ranging from childhood and adult obesity to diabetes, heart disease, cancer, fatty liver disease, and even Alzheimer's disease.  So for those of us with a sweet tooth, artificial sweeteners…


Exercising When You’re Upset Can Increase Heart Attack Risk

Background "I can't believe the way my boss treated me at work today.  I'm definitely going to catch my 6pm high intensity kick boxing class so I can take my anger towards him out on the punching bag!"  Have you ever felt similar emotions about a situation and decided to channel your anger and…


A Key Method of Cellular “Detox” Wins the 2016 Nobel Prize

Background The words "detox" and "cleanse" are two of the most overused terms in the area of health and wellness today.  They typically conjure up images of mud masks, spas and green juices that typically raise the skeptical eyebrows of scientists.  However, this year's Nobel Prize in medicine went…


Top 5 Healing Spices

Below is a guest post by my good friend and colleague, Harvard trained integrative medicine physician and author of The Paleovedic diet, Dr.Akil Palanisamy. The Top 5 Spices by Akil Palanisamy M.D. Spices are considered medicine within Ayurveda, the traditional medical system of India.  You may…


How to Motivate Men to Take Care of their Health

Background I wrote a blog piece for my medical group a few years ago that I continue to get positive feedback on where I talk about "The 3 Components of Maleness" and "The 3 stages of Male Health Breakdown."  Recently someone reached out to me and said: "Your blog piece on men's health was right on…


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