disease prevention

25 08 2022

As Simple as That!


The following article was also published in the Opinion section of The Jerusalem Post (25th Aug. 2022): https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-715519   They are the modern day killers: heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, mild cognitive impairment, early stage prostate cancer—all now proven to be reversible and often, totally curable.  All of the above, plus [...]

As Simple as That!2022-08-25T11:41:13+00:00
17 07 2022

From Sick Care to Health Care


The following article was also published in the Opinion section of The Jerusalem Post (17th July 2022): https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-712280   I’M FRUSTRATED! Why? To quote Dr. Michael Greger, the author of the bestselling books How Not to Die and How Not to Diet, “We have the cure, since 1990, there should be no heart disease.” The evidence [...]

From Sick Care to Health Care2022-07-17T11:51:12+00:00
27 03 2022

What’s holding us back? (Alan’s new Jpost op-ed)


The following article appeared as an op-ed written by Alan in The Jerusalem Post: https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-701761   It used to be said about the US Department of State, that they don’t let the facts get in the way of policy. So it is in the world of health and wellness. Take a step back for a moment. [...]

What’s holding us back? (Alan’s new Jpost op-ed)2022-03-27T12:50:45+00:00
4 07 2021

Type 2 Diabetes: It’s Preventable and Reversible


A few years ago, someone helping me on some office related matters was looking at some of the resource material I give my clients. She seemed surprised that I claimed that type 2 diabetes is a curable condition.  A few days later, she proceeded to tell me that her husband, a physician, thought that what [...]

Type 2 Diabetes: It’s Preventable and Reversible2021-07-04T10:37:44+00:00
13 06 2021

Why We’re Moving Backwards


During my lifetime, modern medicine has brought about fantastic advances.  100 years ago, infectious disease, water borne diseases, like cholera and pneumonia, were the main causes of early mortality.  With better hygiene, the advent of antibiotics and vaccines, and the reduction in the percentage of smokers in the population, life expectance increased yearly. Yet while [...]

Why We’re Moving Backwards2021-06-13T11:59:06+00:00
15 11 2020

Putting Heart Disease in Reverse


Coronary artery disease can be reversed. True of False? If you ask most doctors, including cardiologist, you probably will receive a foggy kind of answer.  You might hear “FALSE!”  If this is the answer you are hearing from a doctor, it’s unfortunate. The correct answer is TRUE - Coronary artery disease can be reversed. There are [...]

Putting Heart Disease in Reverse2020-11-15T21:22:40+00:00
2 08 2020

Yet Another Study


I am not stuck in the old ways just because “that’s how we’ve always done it.” I love looking at new research.  This is especially true when research reaffirms or replicates other research.  Even though the vast majority of health care professionals - doctors, dieticians, osteopaths, nutritionists, and many others - are mired in the [...]

Yet Another Study2020-08-02T10:23:59+00:00
24 06 2020

It’s Not Just for the Pandemic


One thing that has gotten a lot of attention since the outbreak of Covid-19, is the health of our immune system.  The immune system plays a role in protecting the body from all disease illness.  By taking good care of your immune system, your chances of getting any chronic or autoimmune disease or a viral or [...]

It’s Not Just for the Pandemic2020-06-24T22:13:25+00:00
13 06 2017

Taking Care of your Heart


There is one thing that hasn’t changed since I was born. Heart disease is still the number one killer in the Western World.  Here are the latest available statistics: 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year. This equals 25% of all deaths. Heart disease is the leading cause of death [...]

Taking Care of your Heart2017-06-13T13:18:56+00:00
31 03 2016

35 Problems and ONE solution?


I’ve done it before and I’ll do it again.  I open the top drawer of my desk and I point as the client looks on.  I tell the person that I wish I had a magic wand that I could take out to cure their health issues, especially the overweight and obesity.  I also tell [...]

35 Problems and ONE solution?2017-01-11T12:36:21+00:00