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In Case You Missed It
On Monday, we looked at a double-blind, placebo-controlled study that has shown a significant decrease in cardiovascular disease with a simple supplement regiment of CoQ10 and Selenium.
On Wednesday’s podcast release, we welcomed back Dr. Dan Kalish to discuss a newly published study with the Mayo Clinic. This landmark study is a huge step in validating functional medicine. We discuss how patients were treated and the results they achieved.
Dr. Ruscio’s Weekly Tip
In Monday’s video, we discussed a fantastic study demonstrating the effects that selenium and CoQ10 supplementation have on cardiovascular disease. The results indicated a significant decrease in death from CVD when supplementing with selenium and CoQ10. In this week’s tip, we discuss if adding Selenium and CoQ10 might be helpful for you.
Yet another study showing iodine might be damaging to your thyroid; population observational study.
Statin drug use may cause shingles later.
Exercise improves quality of life in those with inflammatory bowel disease.
Gluten ataxia (incoordination due to cerebellar antibodies) shown to be more associated with non-celiac gluten sensitivity than to celiac disease.
A recent review paper discussing non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
Laugh a Little!
The Domestic Man: Mee Kati (Coconut Milk Rice Noodles)
Minimalist Baker: Vegan “Pulled Pork” Sandwich
Paleo Hacks: Dairy-Free Funky Monkey Popsicles
Kris Kresser: Greek Feta Cheese and Hot Pepper Dip
Plan a staycation or a weekend getaway.
Dr. Ruscio’s Quotable
When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the
airplane takes off against the wind—not with it.
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