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    Steve ParcellSteve Parcell

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    Preventive Cardio

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    cardiovascular health

Conventionally recognized dietary factors known to promote atherosclerosis (plaque in the arteries) and that involve animal products include saturated fat, dietary cholesterol, low fiber intake, and excess iron. Bioaccumulation of environmental toxins such as herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics and hormones are excluded in this article and another matter entirely. There is an interesting fact though; not all people who have higher cholesterol and...
  • Posted By:

    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

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    Lyme Disease

Disulfiram Exhibits Antibacterial Activity Against Borrelia Burgdorpheri in Two Studies In 2016 a researchers at Stanford University published research showing disulfiram, also known as Antabuse, as having antibacterial activity against Borrelia burgdorpheri, the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. The paper, Identification of New Drug Candidates Against Borrelia Burgdorferi Using High-Throughput Screening, identified disulfiram as its top candid...
  • Posted By:

    Steve ParcellSteve Parcell

  • Category:

    Preventive Cardio

It’s intuitive that being out of shape increases the risk of a heart attack and exercise decreases this risk.  However I also think many of us wonder about how much is too much. I have been practicing preventive cardiology for 20 years and, being based in Boulder, CO have had the privilege of seeing a large number of elite masters age athletes in my practice.  In this blog post I would like to talk about why extreme endurance exercisers (...
  • Posted By:

    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

  • Category:

    Lyme Disease

Do You Think You May Have Lyme Disease?   Check out the following signs and symptoms to see if any match for you: Do you have fatigue and brain fog that started years ago and has gradually worsened over time? Do you have cyclical bouts of malaise, fever, fatigue and body aches? Do you have joint pain and swelling that persists without a diagnosis of rheumatoid or osteoarthritis? If so were you given a "catch all" diagnosis of ...
  • Posted By:

    Kelly ParcellKelly Parcell

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    Naturopathic Medicine

A Functional medicine doctor seeks to develop a treatment plan using natural remedies based upon the patient's history, elaborate ‘functional’ lab testing and evaluation. They may examine the genetic and epigenetic factors for each patient to develop an individualized therapeutic approach that addresses these underlying factors. Do I Need a Naturopathic Doctor if my Medical Doctor Offers Functional Medicine? Yes! A Naturopathic Doctor (ND) ...