The Medicines of the Future
A few years ago I was speaking with a drug researcher at UC Irvine who was looking for natural products (herbs, in Western parlance) that showed promise as cancer therapies. As I know a lot about herbs, I suggested I assist him in identifying targets, and in exchange he could help me do some…
Tamagotchi and the Urgent Need for Nutritional Medicine
In the 1990s Akihiro Yokoi created a digital pet that was the biggest toy fad of that decade. The first 2 generations of this pet created unforeseen problems because there was no pause button, and if you didn’t continuously take care of the Tamagotchi, it would die in a day. Children and even adults…
Published – Case Study on Osteoporosis without the use of Bisphposphonates
Pancreatic cancer – more clues – microbiome, again.
Small study shows oral bacteria is consistent, with significant difference, between those with and without pancreatic cancer. Let’s make a study that defines, broadly, which species in the microbiome define a state of “health” and start there with our preventative treatment – balance the gut, and see all the diseases our patients don’t get. This…
Blood samples from 17,000 “healthy” people were taken and their health status followed for over 5 years. Of those who had died – of a variety of diseases – they found 4 biomarkers to be consistent throughout. They are albumin, alpha-1 acid glycoprotein, citrate, and the size of the VLDL particles. All of these molecules…