Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND – Page 2 – The Doctor of the Future

Medical PTSD

November 4, 2018

A customer recently identified herself as suffering from Medical PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). I look at this condition through the lens of Total Biology and the “conflict” of disease, diagnosis, and doctors. However, Medical PTSD has its own designation taken originally from the adult survivors of childhood cancer 12-20% of whom suffer unrecognized and […]

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The Salt Fix

November 1, 2018

I’m a big believer in salt. Actually it’s not just belief, it’s a fact that salt – in the form of unrefined sea salt is a Superfood. I’ve written before about The Salt Fix, a book by James DiNicolantonio PhD who promotes natural salt (sea salt). Here is his book blurb on Amazon: A leading cardiovascular […]

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Bribes for Drugs

October 28, 2018

Lord Sufferin’ Cats, now I’ve heard it all. Big Pharma is “Paying Physicians, Patients to Lower LDL-C” because it’s cost effective! I guess with all the negative associations people have with cholesterol statin drugs these days, with all the terrible side effects, with the fact that cholesterol is NOT the cause of heart disease, patients […]

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A Safe Weight Loss Drug?

October 25, 2018

Here’s an oxymoron, or is it just a moronic and unfounded statement? “A Safe Weight Loss Drug That Works” is an article in Medscape touting a new drug that gives a person a miraculous 5% weight loss. Yes, a 5% weight loss.  I’m especially annoyed with this recent weight loss drug promotion because I’ve seen […]

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Insulin is Running Out!

October 21, 2018

In my last blog I mentioned that the diabetic drug, Metformin, was being promoted as an anti-aging miracle. However the most recent study on the drug found that “Metformin and insulin ineffective in improving beta cell function in kids with type 2 diabetes.”  Another crisis in diabetic care is the short supply of insulin. A […]

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What are MARCoNS?

October 17, 2018

A customer recently told us that the lab report came back on her infected wisdom teeth and they found something that she said sounded very scary. It’s MARCoNS, which is Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Coagulase Negative Staphylococcus bacteria. But the good news is that it’s not that bad because I’m pretty sure I have it! I acquired […]

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More on Black Mold

October 14, 2018

I received some good input from my blog readers about black mold after I published my article on inhaled allergies. Toxic black mold is called Stachybotrys chartarum. It reproduces by spreading airborne spores. These spores are allergenic and also toxic since they carry mycotoxins – and you inhale them. If you already have yeast overgrowth, your […]

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Antiaging Drug Around the Corner? Not!

October 10, 2018

“Is an Antiaging Drug Around the Corner?” is the title of a Medscape article highlighting ten years of research by the director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. Is there an anti-aging drug around the corner? Nope, I’m sorry but there just isn’t! Drugs are toxic […]

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Treating Inhaled Allergies Including Mold

October 7, 2018

We may be at the end of ragweed season but mold season is going to be a huge problem for people in the flooded states of North and South Carolina. Here’s part of my allergies section in my Future Health Now Encycopedia. Diet: Avoid sugar, gluten and dairy, all of which are known to be common […]

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US Life Expectancy Going Down

October 3, 2018

A Medscape article announced “US Life Expectancy Going Down.” What do they blame? Because they have to blame something, don’t they? They are blaming the increased opioid death rate! They should blame the overuse of all prescription medication but they made opioids the scapegoat. Apparently life expectancy at birth decreased for the first time in […]

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