Will An Aspirin A Day Really Keep Heart Attacks Away?

Background Taking a baby aspirin daily to reduce the risk of a heart attack and even colorectal cancer has been standard practice for years.  As time goes by and the number of trials accumulate, we often get a better snapshot of whether a medication truly offers its intended benefit, and whether…


In Defense of Eggs

Background After being acquitted for causing high cholesterol and heart disease and even making it onto the nutrition guidelines as a safe food to eat, the latest study that has been piped out to every major news outlet is back to saying eggs increase the risk of heart disease. Instead of writing a…


A Heart Attack at the Movies: What Everyone Should Know

Background I'm about to share an incredible story with you that happened over this past summer.  In my clinic I see patients before and after heart attacks, but not typically during one.  My family and I had just exited a movie theater on a Sunday afternoon and I was walking ahead when suddenly my…


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…


Is Ghee Good or Evil for Health

Background When you ask a lay person about what is a primary dietary cause of heart disease in Indians, a common response points the finger at ghee in the diet.  Before we discuss ghee in further detail, let's first discuss what ghee is since I have readers from many different ethnic backgrounds…


Does Heat and Sauna Use Help Burn Body Fat and Improve Health?

Introduction Many of us have ancestral roots from a tropical or subtropical region of the world, where sweating outdoors was a natural way of life. Now, due to modern life, we work indoors and even work out in temperature-controlled gyms. Our bodies have actually become more heat intolerant and…


Why “Nothing” is My Favorite Meal of the Day-A Look at Intermittent Fasting

Intro to the Author and My Favorite Meal I’ve had some really talented and highly qualified writers reach out to me with requests to write for my blog.  I’m a bit of a blog control freak but realize it is incredibly important for me to share the experiences of a diverse group of individuals so you…


A Condensed Guide to My Book for Those With Little Time

FEEDBACK SO FAR I’ve had overwhelming feedback so far from book readers globally about the remarkable improvements in health they have experienced and how they have been inspired by the case studies which they connected with.  Despite the title, folks from all ethnic backgrounds (South Asian, East…


Metabolic Syndrome: What Cholesterol Guidelines Should Really Focus on

Gerald Reaven and I at Stanford Faculty Club Background I recently had the opportunity to meet a medical hero of mine at the Stanford University faculty club.  Gerald "Jerry" Reaven is the renown endocrinologist and researcher (pictured with me) who coined the term metabolic syndrome and is author…


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