FDA Investigational Trial on UV Blood Irradiation Now Underway at NatureMed

We are participating in an clinical trial using this device.  Read more HERE.

To inquire about participation in the trial please call us.

Current Studies:

Acute Cold / Flu: Reduction in cold related symptoms and recovery support

Chronic Fatigue: Improvement in energy and focus

Chronic Lyme Disease: Improvement in mental focus and clarity

Epstein Barr Virus: Improvement in overall well-being

Heart Problems in Athletes

Stephen. W. Parcell, ND specializes in cardiovascular medicine at NatureMed, Boulder, CO. His approach is more comprehensive than a typical cardiologist. He spends more time learning about  patients so that a holistic, patient centered model can be implemented. He works closely with athletes in both the prevention and treatment of many conditions including cardiovascular. 

The Scientific Basis for Chelation Therapy


EDTA chelation therapy is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a treatment for lead and heavy metal poisoning. About one million people in the United States are treated with EDTA chelation therapy every year. Chelation therapy is a medical treatment that improves cellular function by removing toxic metals (such as lead and arsenic) and abnormally elevated tissue levels of nutritional minerals (such as cobalt and iron) EDTA is best administered intravenously (through a vein).

Hormones and Prostate Cancer

adrenal position

The hormonal hypothesis is one of the most important biologically plausible hypotheses in prostate cancer etiology. In addition to hormones, other possible causative factors include; dietary fat, calcium, dairy products and genetic polymorphisms.  The purpose of this paper is to provide a background for the understanding of how various hormones may be implicated in this disease. Because of the difficulty in measuring hormones within the prostate itself and the lack of data on how tissue levels of hormones correlate with serum levels much of what we know on the relationship between hormones and prostate cancer is speculative [1].  Epidemiological studies have used serum levels of androgens. Out of 12 prospective studies on the role of serum androgens in prostate cancer only one was able to show that men with higher serum levels of testosterone have a higher risk of prostate cancer [1].

Intravenous Iron helpful for Athletes

Iron for Athletes

Iron helps form hemoglobin, the part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen and thus plays an important role in the body’s delivery and use of oxygen to and by working muscles. A lack of iron in the body can reduce aerobic capacity and impair endurance performance.  What remains unclear is the extent to which iron depletion without anemia and iron supplementation above basic needs affect athletic performance. Studies of the nutritional status of athletes in various disciplines have shown females are at greater risk of mineral deficiencies.

Anti Aging Benefits of Exercise

Anti-Aging Benefits from Excersie

We have all heard it so many times, exercise is good for the heart, keeps you slim, and makes you feel good. But I find that people forget just how good exercise is at slowing down aging. Have you ever wondered if your intense exercise program was shortening your life? Could raising your metabolic rate over time lead to accelerated aging? According to the medical literature…apparently not. In fact most of the research indicates that sports such as XC skiing, bicycling and running extend life span.  There are over thirteen thousand papers in the medical literature on exercise therapy.

Do Men Go Through Menopause?

Menopause in Men

Andropause, somatopause, and other age related hormone changes in men.

By the time men are between the ages of 40 and 55, they can experience a phenomenon similar to menopause, called andropause.  Alternative names for Andropause have been suggested including the Male Menopause, Androgen Deficiency in Aging Male (ADAM) and Partial Androgen Deficiency in Aging Male (PADAM)[i].

Boulder residents on synthetic estrogen no more! Different Hormone Therapy Formulations May Pose Different Risks for Heart Attack and Stroke

Heart Attack risks from synthetic estrogen

Steve Parcell, ND

Study: Different Hormone Therapy Formulations May Pose Different Risks for Heart Attack and Stroke

We at NatureMed, especially Kelly Parcell, ND, in Boulder are known for doing quite a bit of natural hormone replacement. Here is a post from Cedars Sinai demonstating that what we have been saying for years is trure. Natural hormones are safer.

Flint Lead Poisoning Easily Treated

Flint Michigan Water

I had to write about this today as I heard about the crisis in Flint, MI again in the news. As a cetified expert in chelation I think I know something about lead.The media is not talking about how to mitagate the lead levels IN PEOPLE only the water. This needs to be discussed. A book could be written about the deleterious effects of lead on humans but lets just put it this way...its bad.

Lyme Disease Update


Dr. Clark recently attended the International Lyme and Associated Disease (ILADS) annual conference. ILADS strongly supports physicians and other health care professionals dedicated to advancing the standard of care for Lyme and its associated diseases. The theme of the conference was "From Bench to Beside: Translating Research into Clinical Practice".  Dr. Clark says,"It was great to hear the latest research from some the the pioneers on lyme disease and its co-infections as well as come back with some clinical pearls that will help me treat it".

Estrogen and Heart Disease

Estrogen and Heart Disease

Starting in the fifth decade of life, during perimenopause and manifesting in a more pronounced way in the sixth decade when complete menopause has established itself, chronic diseases may begin to emerge in many women.

Menopause is characterized as a decrease in sex steroid hormones  (testosterone estrogen, and progesterone) due to ovarian (gonadal) failure. This decrease in hormones affects hormone responsive organ systems such as the cardiovascular system, bone and the nervous system.

Wilsons Syndrome

Thyroid Glands

Thyroid Health!
Wilson's Syndrome: Low Temperature Syndrome
by Dr Fluss

Do you suffer from low body temperature, weight gain, fatigue, cold intolerance and yet your thyroid labs always come back normal? Are you already medicated for hypothyroidism and yet you still suffer from these symptoms? 

Thyroid health is more than just having adequate blood levels of T3, T4 and TSH. How the thyroid hormones affect the cell receptor sites and what they do in the cell makes a big difference in how you feel.