Myo-Inositol for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Mary has Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, with elevated TSH of 10.2 and TPO antibody greater than 900. Free T3 and Free T4 levels are normal. Mary’s primary care doctor prescribed a small dose of NP thyroid, 15 mg … Continue reading →
Mortality Reduction in Diabetics with PDE5 Inhibitor, Statin, and Testosterone Combination by Jeffrey Dach MD While researching nitric oxide and the plant based diet, I came across this 2017 study by Geoffrey Hackett in the World Journal of Diabetes, “Statin, … Continue reading →
Diabetes, Arterial Calcification and Statin Drugs George is a 54 year old diabetic on statin drug for coronary artery disease. Five years ago, George had an episode of chest pain, which prompted a cardiac cath, during which a stent was … Continue reading →
Fake Research on Heart Disease by Sugar Industry by Jeffrey Dach MD Fraudulent research comes in many flavors. Perhaps the most memorable scientific fraud was the 1974 case of Dr William Summerlin, a dermatologist at Sloan Kettering who claimed … Continue reading →
Metformin, The Anti-Aging Miracle Drug Diabetes Drugs Take A BAD RAP by Jeffrey Dach MD This article is part two of a series, for part one, click here. You probably think of Diabetes Drugs as all lumped together as “Bad … Continue reading →
Testosterone Found Beneficial For Diabetes by Jeffrey Dach MD At the 2011 Society for Endocrinology Meeting, Dr. Jones presented data on men with low testosterone and type two diabetes. The authors studied 587 diabetic men over 6 years. 58 men … Continue reading →
Metformin, The Good Anti-Diabetes Drug by Jeffrey Dach MD You probably think of Diabetes Drugs as all lumped together as “Bad Drugs”. For many years , I certainly did. Perhaps it was the Avandia story that gave Diabetes Drugs a … Continue reading →
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