Posts Tagged ‘liver’

Dr Kevin Conners Discusses Cancer/Rife Treatment at the Conners Clinic

Sunday, August 25th, 2019

Dr. Kevin Conners, D.PSc., FICT, FAARFM is the Staff Physician and Clinic Director at Conners Clinic, an Alternative Cancer Treatment center in St Paul, MN. He graduated with his doctorate from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1986 and has been studying alternative cancer care for over 18 years. He also holds AMA Fellowships and Board Certifications in Anti-Aging Medicine, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, Botanical Medicine, and is Board Certified in Integrative Cancer Therapy.

Dr. Conners is also certified in Functional Neurology, has had over 300 hours postgraduate study in the Autism Spectrum Disorders, and is trained and certified in Epigenetic Clinical Methylation and Nutrigenomics. He is a practicing Applied Kinesiologist with an emphasis on Botanical Medicine and Homeopathy. He has written numerous books including “Stop Fighting Cancer and Start Treating the Cause” that is available as a free download at ConnersClinic.com/books.  More information is available at: www.connersclinic.com 

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Dr Marianne Teitelbaum to Discuss Ayurveda Medicine for Thyroid Problems.

Sunday, April 21st, 2019

Marianne Teitelbaum, D.C., graduated summa cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1984. She has studied with several Ayurvedic doctors, including Stuart Rothenberg, M.D., and Vaidya Rama Kant Mishra. The recipient of the Prana Ayushudi Award in 2013, she lectures and writes extensively about Ayurvedic treatments for all diseases. She has a thriving private practice and lives outside of Philadelphia. Her latest book Healing the Thyroid with Ayurveda: Natural Treatments for Hashimoto’s, Hypothyroidism, and Hyperthyroidism was just published.

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Is a Hi-Fat High-Fructose Diet Worse for the Body than a High Fat Diet Alone?

Friday, July 4th, 2014

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A new study published in Experimental Physiology concluded that a high-fructose, high fat diet can cause harmful effects to the livers of adult rats. Thus, the short term consumption of a Western diet that is rich in saturated fats and fructose, is more damaging to healthy livers that eating a high fat diet alone.  In the study using an  adult rat model resembling adult sedentary humans, ,rats were fed over a two week period  either a low-fat diet, a high fat diet or a diet rich in fat and fructose. The later diet is similar in composition to the diet consumed by the lkarge majority of the Western population. After the two week period, researchers evaluated liver function and found that the presence of fructose in the high-fat diet exacerbated the impairment of this important organ by increasing the build-up of fat in the liver, and decreasing liver insulin sensitivity. Researchers concluded “Much more research should be undertaken in the future, especially regarding the impact of the high-fat high-fructose diet on other metabolically important organs, in order to establish the real impact of this unhealthy dietary habit on health and well-being. “