CATEGORY: Diabetes


Testosterone blood Levels don’t always indicate your need for testosterone

A man can have a normal Testosterone level and feel terrible, if he has a lot of Estrogen. I look at the metabolic activity of T in individuals as an interplay between blood levels of T and the receptor sites[...]
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These are the Factors Leading to Heart Disease

Cardiac disease is not the only thing that results from plaque formation There are many factors that affect the development of cardiac disease, including: ObesityAdult onset DiabetesLow thyroidLack of exerciseInflammationSmokingDrinkingLow TMenopauseInsulin resistanceHeredity In my practice I begin by normalizing the[...]
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The Myths of Testosterone Pellet Insertions

Testosterone Replacement with Pellets Myths - Explained. There are many myths floating around the medical community regarding hormone replacement with testosterone pellets. On this weeks’ podcast, Dr. Maupin and Brett Newcomb discuss those myths and challenge incorrect thinking. It is[...]
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How do Mitochondria get sick?

Free oxygen - free radicals are harmful to the body, and the damage they cause is in the mitochondria. When the human body is exposed to radiation (even the sun), toxins, stress, unhealthy food, infection and extremes of temperature and[...]
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Mitochondria and their Importance to our Health

Mitochondria are discussed like they are understood, but most people don’t know really what they are. Mitochondria are discussed like they are understood by the common man in advertisements, and in discussions about nutrition, but most people don’t know really[...]
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Arimidex®, An Aromatase Inhibitor, Is Not Just For Breast Cancer Anymore!

Aromatase inhibitors decrease estradiol/estrone blood levels and increase total and free testosterone. What is an AI?  It stands for Aromatase Inhibitor. This group of medications is an enzyme blocker that slows or stops the conversion of Testosterone into Estrone and[...]
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Anti-Aging Medicine Addresses Senescence and Reverses Osteoporosis

Discussion of individual drugs researched and approved by the FDA for the purpose of treating the specific diseases of aging. This week’s conversation was stimulated by an article in January’s Endocrine News written by Sundeep Khosla, MD. The author of[...]
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Are Suntans and Sun Exposure as Unhealthy as we have been Taught?

The Many Health Benefits of Sun Exposure. The material for this Healthcast comes from a magazine article in the magazine Outside, written by Rowan Jacobsen, January 10, 2019. Did you know that vitamin D is made by your body in[...]
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What Peptide Treatments Will You Need as You Age?

What are the different Peptide treatments associated with aging? We have been talking about peptides, the “pieces of proteins” that are the local communicators in our body that disappear with illness and age.  We have been talking about these peptides[...]
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Anti-Aging Medicine and Peptides

How does Hormone Replacement Therapy and Peptides Work Together to make you Healthy? Why do peptides need replacement as we age? Peptides production in the body, are at their peak when we are in our youthful fertile years, between 12[...]
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