A reader wrote to me on Facebook while I was in Africa with a question I get a lot, so I thought it was important to share with you: Dear Dr. Sears, I have recently (in the past six months) engaged in the journey to take back my health. I am a 38-year-old overworked and [...]
Today I feel strongly compelled to bring something up with you. Now before you say “I already know about that,” give me a chance to point out what most of my colleagues are getting wrong about this substance. I’m talking about DHEA. You’ve probably heard about this, right? It stands for dehydroepi-androsterone. Most people will [...]
Today I want to talk to you about something that can benefit every part of your body from your heart to your brain and even your sex hormones. Most doctors won’t tell you about it, but when it’s working right, you’ll:
- feel more energized
- have a positive frame of mind
- better concentration
- sleep soundly
- eliminate mood swings
- think more clearly
- have fewer food cravings
- maintain a healthy weight
The problem is, the modern world causes you to overuse it. Your ancestors had only brief periods of stress, lasting a few minutes at a time. Today, you are constantly being assaulted by stressors that can last for days, or years.
Don’t waste your money on calcium supplements.
If you’re taking them hoping to build strong bones and avoid osteoporosis you’ll be let down on both fronts.
Doctors and drug companies push the idea that the best way to treat and prevent osteoporosis is by taking lots of calcium. This simply isn’t true.
Osteoporosis isn’t caused by a lack of calcium…