What Causes a Heart Attack?

Plaque in a Heart Artery filled with Foam Cells A heart attack happens when a medium sized cholesterol and lipid filled plaque (deposit) covered with a layer of scar tissue in a heart artery becomes inflamed and ruptures.  This exposes a rough surface to which...

Low Carb Diets Are Not a Fad

    So often I have heard people say that Low carbohydrate diets are “just a fad”.  For me, this is just another example of how little education most people, including most doctors have regarding nutrition and the history of nutrition research.  In fact...

Conference Call with the Doc

Conference Call with the Doc There is a service called FreeConferenceCall.com which allows up to 1000 people to join in a Conference call with no charge.  I have been interviewed on it and found it worked quite well.  I am thinking of holding 1-2 calls a month where I...
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