I know, this is out of context. My protein intake is unique to me, right? Well, I am sharing this because I think this IS relevant to you. I will… read more →
Do I or did I have too much iron in my brain? Hypothesis: My Parkinson’s onset might be related to my iron storage gene or perhaps red meat intake. OK,… read more →
coronary artery calcium scores must be repeated when results show elevated numbers to best assess rate of plaque formation and thus heart disease risk.
COVID has shortened life expectancy by one year. But this can only be appreciated by seeing the pandemic of chronic illness that was there to greet the virus.
Run your labwork. Your health is too important to go by what “someone else” says. Avoid the one-size-fits-all approach to your diet and fitness and get on a plan that works for you for the long haul.
What are the current “comorbidities” for COVID-19 disease risk. And why is metabolic health so important.
Young children are being given drugs, like injectable insulin, instead of real dietary change, for prediabetes and type 2. The drug sales website is a bucolic scene of farmland… read more →
Ferritin is the most common deficiency that can predict stress fractures in active people. All athletes should screen for at least Vitamin D and Ferritin regularly.