Volume 17 • Number 12 • December 2016

From time to time a single medical article encapsulates the simple concepts to which I have dedicated three decades of professional work. At first I got nothing but grief trying to pass on to others what I found in smaller journals. But, now that the best of journals (J. Nature Medici
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Volume 17 • Number 11 • November 2016

We all worry about losing our minds. Of course, if you do there is nothing to worry about. In the last newsletter we reviewed how bad diets, toxic environments and inactivity are the main factors contributing to our brains aging poorly. The mechanisms involved are Toxicity, Inflammati
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Volume 17 • Number 8 • August 2016

Americans spend over 9% of total health care expenditures on “complementary health” approaches out of their own pockets. “The NCHS study estimated that one in five Americans aged 4 years and over spent money on at least one type of complementary health approach, which could include me
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Volume 17 • Number 7 • July 2016

My home state of Utah is wrestling with THC and CBD oil issues. Many here wish to legalize their medical use because there is ample evidence that they can help with some neurologic problems such as seizures. Utah is quite conservative as you know, so for the reddest state in the Union
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Volume 17 • Number 6 • June 2016

The health of our society will improve as its education improves; simple as that. My interest in education has motivated me to read widely. To share my findings with you I will soon publish a pictorial book/slide presentation that will truly be integrative; it will contain practically
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Volume 17 • Number 5 • May 2016

  If you have read my last blog, “Congress of Freedom,” the statement from the Endocrine society advising doctors not to prescribe compounded hormones may be seen in its true light: a selling out to pharmaceutical companies that make synthetic hormones. Despite the fact that 41%
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Volume 17 • Number 4 • April 2016

  SPECIAL ISSUE At least once a year I am compelled to dedicate this newsletter to the articles flooding our medical journals reiterating the importance of the gut in health and disease. I WROTE A BOOK ABOUT THIS. VISIT hugorodier.com for more information. In this issue you will
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Volume 17 • Number 3 • March 2016

  If you are not eating your veggies and fruits perhaps this will induce you to do so: they help with erectile dysfunction![1] Sources of circulation-promoting micronutrients are anthocyanins, flavones and flavanones; they are found in veggies, strawberries, blueberries, blackber
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