There has been much debate about optimal cholesterol levels. On the one side there those who say cholesterol does not matter and one should include inflammation along with the importance of cholesterol and other markers. And then there are those who only target the cholesterol. Like most things that are debated in medicine the reality is somewhere in between. I believe the moderate view is the correct one. All factors must be considered especiall...
Testosterone protects against heart attacks and may even help reverse atherosclerosis in men (Zmuda, et al., 1997). Low testosterone is associated with and contributes to metabolic syndrome, atherosclerosis, heart attack and stroke (Haffner, Karhapaa, Mykkanen, & Laakso, 1994; Khaw, et al., 2007; Oh, Barrett-Connor, Wedick, & Wingard, 2002; van den Beld, et al., 2003). Metabolic syndrome and diabetes are bad things to have if you're trying ...
Dr. Steve Parcell
Supplements: (once results are achieved lower doses can be taken)
High dose multivitamin mineral (all the B vits plus minerals)
DHA 300 mg
CoQ10 100 mg to 300 mg
Alpha lipoic acid timed release 200-300 mg
N acetyl cysteine 600 mg/day
Phospatidylserine 100 mg
Vinpocitine 5mg twice a day (do not take if on blood thinner)
Vitamin D 400 iu to 10,000 depending on blood levels
Oxidative Stress Test
FIA 5000 (in...
What is EDTA chelation therapy?
In medicine, chelation is used to rid the body of excess or toxic metals such as lead or calcium (as in hypercalcemia). For example, a person who has lead poisoning may be given chelation therapy in order to bind and remove excess lead from the body before it can cause damage. In the case of EDTA chelation therapy, the substance that binds and removes metals and minerals is EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid...