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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Have you read your prescription’s package insert?

There must be one specific FDA taskforce reviewing the package inserts of prescription drugs. Recently, we’ve seen dramatic changes regarding possible negative effects. Basically, prescription drugs are far more dangerous than we’re led to believe. The FDA is catching up on their part and forcing drug makers to include much more information. Regardless of how much information a drug maker offers, it seems that most of us – doctors and patients alike – pay little Continue Reading

Ask Larry: Incontinence and Hormone Imbalance

Ask Larry: Your question: What hormone imbalance would you say affects incontinence? Larry’s Response:  The general term incontinence includes urgency, frequency, and leakage. Many causes have been identified, but some of the most common are associated with hormone imbalance – and loss of muscle tone (associated with aging) Estrogen depletion can contribute to problems. Common prescription hormone therapy (conjugated estrogens alone or in combination with a progestin – Premarin/PremPro) has been linked to increases incontinence in Continue Reading

Ask Larry: Stevia vs Truvia

Ask Larry: Your Question: I read your article about the likely harmful effects of Splenda. What about Stevia? Or Truvia, which I think is composed of stevia and something else to make it taste better. None of the articles I read mention Stevia. Larry’s Response: Stevia is extracted from a natural product – the leaves of the stevia plant and is exceptionally sweet. Some people claim it leaves a bad after taste. Truvia is a mixture Continue Reading

A warning about Meloxicam

Jack wrote, “I use meloxicam for for my osteoarthritic shoulder. And it has done a wonderful job of allowing me to get on with life. In my case it does eliminate 75% of the pain in my left arm/shoulder. It does have a side effect, it makes my nose run. Though not noticeably, as both nostrils are small and the drainage goes from the sinus to my throat…” What is it? Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal Continue Reading

Low Estrogen and Progesterone Intolerance

Ask Larry:  Your Question: I am wondering of you could tell me your opinion on what might cause estrogen to stay abnormally low a year after having a baby. My conditions are: mthfr (hetero), COMT (hetero), Crohn’s but no symptoms with supplements and diet, chronic low estrogen and progesterone. I have a total intolerance for progesterone as it makes me more anxious and depressed even when on estrogen. Estrogen patch is the only thing that Continue Reading

Cinderella Paleo and The Compounder

I attended a dinner Sunday evening at a very nice banquet facility in Aurora. There were several hundred people in attendance. Dan, an attendee, was explaining how he’s been adjusting his diet, getting his weight under control, to relieve some of the pressure on his back, which he injured several years ago. Dan stands well over 6 feet and is pleased to report he now weighs in at 205 pounds. Weighing less helps a lot. Continue Reading