At a medical conference I asked a Chairman of Medicine of a prestigious university how he would treat a man who had a massive heart attack with a cholesterol of only 140, LDL of 50 and no other risk factors. He said ‘That’s a no brainer – give him a high dose statin.’ I then said, “That man’s cholesterol and LDL are excellent. It’s probably only inflammation or a clot, so one could use vitamins and other nutrients instead.” He abruptly and arrogantly said ‘No, give him a statin’ and he turned away.
Interview includes: CHRONIC TRAUMATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (CTE), Nutritional Hydration, Antioxidants with Chemotherapy and Radiation, Alternative Medicine, Linus Pauling
Vince Lombardi said, “Football is not a contact sport, it is a collision sport.” Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), brain damage, was diagnosed at autopsy in 177 players across all levels of play (87%), including 110 of 111 former National Football League players (99%). Nearly one quarter of the 14 high school players in the study had Chronic Trauma Encephalopathy, indicating that permanent damage begins at an early age. Learn about proper physical and nutritional support.
Erskine interviews Dr Simone about the high temperatures in the Southwest Unites States, Nutritional Hydration, Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, antioxidants, and other topics.
Ribose looks and tastes like sugar and has a negative glycemic index which causes a drop in blood sugar rather than a rise.
Heat waves are the most lethal type of natural disaster and account for tens of thousands of deaths, crop failure, wild fires and power outages. Heat waves cause rash, swelling, dizziness, cramps, exhaustion, blood clots, stroke, and life-threatening heat strokes.
Military and athlete warriors, people in deserts, or people doing strenuous physical activity can lose 1 to 2 liters of sweat per hour – that’s 8 to 17 ounces every 15 minutes. And they can lose up to 4 liters per hour if they wear heavy clothing on a hot day.
A growing body of evidence suggests that phytoestrogens are not safe. Phytoestrogens have the same effect as estrogens produced by the body.
Salt (sodium chloride) negatively affects athletic performance, cardiovascular health and the functioning of other organs. But now it is linked to autoimmune diseases.
1 in 10 Americans die from eating too much salt – almost 250,000 a year and ten times as many as caused by sugary drinks. Bread and cheese are the top two sources of sodium in the U.S.
Over-intoxication could be common because some of these products contain 4 or 5 times the “normal” amount that when ingested rather than smoked increases the metabolic effects of marijuana. The majority of marijuana related events of children forced to emergency rooms in Colorado were because of edibles. There are now more car accidents, psychiatric disorders etc.
Sweating can remove many toxic metals and chemicals from your body. In fact more arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury were found in sweat compared to blood or urine
Inflammation caused by certain foods, drink, lifestyle, or chronic illnesses can cause anemia. Intense exercise causes inflammation which in turn can cause anemia in athletes.
OLIVE OIL MAY PREVENT CANCER, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND ENHANCE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
INFLAMMATION AND OXIDATION DECREASE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE AND INCREASE THE RISK FOR CANCER, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, DIABETES, DEMENTIA, AND MANY OTHER CHRONIC DISEASES AS WELL AS SHORTENED LIFESPANS
Over the last ten years, of the 10.9 million marathon runners, 59 died: 40 in marathons, and 19 in half-marathons
Signs and Symptoms of Dehydration, Do Not Drink Liquids with:, Studies clearly show that proper Nutritional Hydration allows for better mental and physical performance – you run harder, faster, farther, have better acceleration and agility, more endurance, less injuries, less mental fatigue, and better recovery.
According to a new study published in Pediatrics, the majority of food and beverage products endorsed in 2010 by professional athletes like LeBron James, Peyton Manning and Serena Williams are calorie-dense, nutrient-poor, or filled with additive sugar. And about 93% of athlete endorsed drinks had all of their calories from additive sugar.