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By Steve Parcell Several theories have been proposed for how this treatment may work. One theory suggests that EDTA chelation might work by directly removing calcium found in fatty plaques that block the arteries, causing the plaque to decrease in volume. EDTA chelation therapy may work by reducing the damaging effects of oxygen ions and reactive transition metals (oxidative stress) on the walls of the blood vessels. Reducing oxidative stress cou...
The week has been very busy with many, many blood draws for the free lab testing we are offering. We have partnered with HDL labs and they have agreed to run an amazing panel that has all of the advanced cardiovascular risk factors, and other parameters for free! Just bring in your insurance card and $12 for the blood draw and we will take care of the rest. Please check out the information on Dr Steves blog and the Monthly Specials this month for...
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    Steve ParcellSteve Parcell

Update on Testosterone Side Effects It has come to my attention that some patients could use a refresher on side effects of testosterone replacement. First let’s remember that Low testosterone is a valid medical condition that should be treated. Now let’s review why it’s important to treat Low T. Hypogonadism (Low T) may result in significant decrease in quality of life and adversely affect the function of multiple organ systems. Population...
By Kelly Parcell, ND We have special access to HDL labs and their advanced cardiovascular panels now. For a limited time, for PPO insured patients only, there will be no cost to the patient regardless of your deductible. This is over $2,000 worth of blood work! It is even more comprehensive than the Berkeley Heart Lab panels we used to run. It includes omega 3/6 ratio, PLA2 and even myloperoxidase plus more. All you need is your insurance...
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    Kirsten WestKirsten West

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    Integrative Cancer Support

The importance of dietary intake cannot be underestimated when it comes to preventing and managing cancer. Research continues to elucidate the link between low sugar/high protein/healthy fat diets and cancer prevention/chemoprevention. Understanding just how to stabalize blood sugar and retrict dietary intake of sugar is of high importance in our society. Below is one of several abstracts linking the type of dietary intake (limited...