During a recent Metametrix sponsored breakfast at the IFM Symposium in Hollywood, Florida, Dr. Todd LePine gave a compelling presentation entitled the Gut-Brain Connection: An Inside Look at Depression.

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Dr. Sherry RogersIn the final part of a three part series, Dr. Rogers explains why knowing your cholesterol level alone isn’t enough to reduce your risk of heart attack. Listen as Dr. Rogers outlines the tests and treatments she uses to prevent and treat heart disease, arrhythmia, Alzheimer’s, and other conditions.
Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD is a family practice doctor with expertise in environmental medicine, allergy, asthma, immunology, and nutrition. For 39 years, Dr. Rogers has been in solo private practice. She is the author of numerous books, including the landmark book, Detoxify or Die, scientific papers, and the popular and heavily referenced newsletter, Total Wellness. Dr. Rogers educates doctors and laypeople how to treat the causes of disease, not just the symptoms.
Learn more about the CardioION test recommended by Dr. Rogers.
Sherry Rogers’s books can be found at Prestige Publishing (also see Metametrix Learning Center/Books)
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Dr. Sherry RogersIn this second part of a three part series, Dr. Rogers explains why commonly prescribed medications for high blood pressure don’t always work and can sometimes make things worse. In fact, high blood pressure can be caused by poor nutrition. Listen as Dr. Rogers discusses key nutrients for preventing high blood pressure and other vascular diseases. With a few simple tests, doctors can uncover underlying causes of high blood pressure that can be improved with nutritional therapies.
Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD is a family practice doctor with expertise in environmental medicine, allergy, asthma, immunology, and nutrition. For 39 years, Dr. Rogers has been in solo private practice. She is the author of numerous books, including the landmark book, Detoxify or Die, scientific papers, and the popular and heavily referenced newsletter, Total Wellness. Dr. Rogers educates doctors and laypeople how to treat the causes of disease, not just the symptoms.
Learn more about the CardioION test recommended by Dr. Rogers.
Sherry Rogers’s books can be found at Prestige Publishing (also see Metametrix Learning Center/Books)
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Dr. Sherry RogersWe welcome Dr. Sherry Rogers, author of The Cholesterol Hoax, to this episode of the Metametrix Institute Podcast. Dr. Rogers says that cholesterol is not in fact, the biggest cause of heart disease, nor is it predictive of heart disease. Over half the folks who die of a heart attack each year never had high cholesterol. But they did have other warnings that could have saved their lives had they been checked. Join us as she shares her insight on testing for cardio markers and cardiovascular health.

Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD is a family practice doctor with expertise in environmental medicine, allergy, asthma, immunology, and nutrition. For 39 years, Dr. Rogers has been in solo private practice. She is the author of numerous books, including the landmark book, Detoxify or Die, scientific papers, and the popular and heavily referenced newsletter, Total Wellness. Dr. Rogers educates doctors and laypeople how to treat the causes of disease, not just the symptoms.

Learn more about the CardioION test recommended by Dr. Rogers.

Sherry Rogers’s books can be found at Prestige Publishing (also see Metametrix Learning Center/Books)

Other titles by Sherry Rogers:

  • Cholesterol Hoax
  • High Blood Pressure Hoax
  • Total Wellness newsletter
  • CardioION at Metametrix Lab
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Nutritional interventions have helped many children with ASD on their road to recovery and improved function. In this 3Apples and Drugs part interview, Kara Fitzgerald, ND and Julie Matthews, CNC, discuss the common biochemical patterns seen in children with ASD. Blood and urine tests reveal biochemical abnormalities common in children with ASD. Treatments tailored to these results can bring about significant clinical improvements.

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Nutritional interventions have helped many children with ASD on their road to recovery and improved function. In this 3Apples and Drugs part interview, Kara Fitzgerald, ND and Julie Matthews, CNC, discuss the common biochemical patterns seen in children with ASD. Blood and urine tests reveal biochemical abnormalities common in children with ASD. Treatments tailored to these results can bring about significant clinical improvements.

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Nutritional interventions have helped many children with ASD on their road to recovery and improved function. In this 3Apples and Drugs part interview, Kara Fitzgerald, ND and Julie Matthews, CNC, discuss the common biochemical patterns seen in children with ASD. Blood and urine tests reveal biochemical abnormalities common in children with ASD. Treatments tailored to these results can bring about significant clinical improvements.

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Laboratory TestingBowel disorders are a very common feature of ASD. Repairing and healing the GI tract is a key step in quelching inflammation and improving overall neurological health in children on the spectrum. Listen to Cass Nelson-Dooley, MS and Julie Matthews, CNC, discuss the “gut-brain connection” and the importance of stool tests in the clinical management of children with ASD.

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Toxic Metal AssessmentListen to this discussion with Julie Matthews and David Traver, MD on the complicated topic of toxic metal assessment in children with ASD. Laboratory tests used to determine heavy metal exposure and toxicity are reviewed, especially urinary porphyrins and toxic elements in hair, urine, blood, and stool.

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There's been a lot of talk about Vitamin D in the news lately. Clinical consultants, Dr. Elizabeth Redmond, and Dr. Eve Bralley, shed a little "sunlight" on today's topic of Vitamin D.

Vitamin D is important for healthy bones but it is also necessary for maintaining a healthy immune system. New research is showing that low vitamin D levels may be related to higher rates of, cardiovascular disease, asthma, cancers, allergies, autoimmune diseases, and both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Sun exposure is how most people get the bulk of their vitamin D requirement, though many factors may interfere with adequate absorption, and supplements may be required.

Vitamin D can be checked with a simple 25-hydroxy-vitamin D test. Visit http://www.metametrix.com/content/DirectoryOfServices/0032VitaminDAssay-Serum?overview

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