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01/01/2019
Supplemental Protocols for Common Situations - Part 3
This Newsletter addresses a common request: to provide basic supplemental ideas for situation commonly encountered during routine clinical practice. Following are suggestions for support for Diahrrhea, Dysbiosis, Leaky Gut and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). Also Included is the pH Balancing Protocol. More...

01/01/2019
Under Appreciated Issues in the Treatment of Chronic Illness - Muscle/Dietary Protein Update Part 1
There has been a literal avalanche of recently published research on a grossly underappreciated issue: loss of muscle mass and the need for increased protein intake. Some of these papers are so compelling and so desperately relevant to the needs of today's ever-growing volume of aging chronically ailing patients, that Dr. Moss could not delay writing about them.

In this review, Dr. Moss re-emphasizes the need to consider muscle mass and increased protein need for literally every chronically ill patient. And he shows us how the research proves this.
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12/01/2018
Supplemental Protocols for Common Clinical Situations - Part 2
This Newsletter addresses a common request: to provide basic supplemental ideas for situations commonly encountered during routine clinical practice. Following are suggestions for 9 situations (more in the next newsletter). Also included is the Zinc Taste Test Guidelines and Protein Intake Guidelines. More...

11/01/2018
Under Appreciated Issues in the Treatment of Chronic Illness - Low Grade, Chronic Acidosis Combined with Potassium Deficiency-Part III - Potassium, Metabolic Acidosis, and Hypertension
If you have patients with high blood pressure - learn how significant a factor it is when potassium levels are too low! Learn how supplemental potassium, especially the bicarbonate form helps - a lot!

Research show DEFINITIVELY that increasing potassium intake can LOWER blood pressure, and this LOWERS THE RISK for Cardiovascular diseases where high blood pressure is contributing factor. Conversely, low potassium intake presents an INCREASED RISK of hypertension. More...

11/01/2018
Supplemental Protocols for Common Clinical Situations - Part 1
This Newsletter addresses a common request: to provide basic supplemental ideas for situations commonly encountered during routine clinical practice. Following are suggestions for 11 situations (more in the next newsletter). More...

10/01/2018
Another Big Picture Question: For Cancer Patients, What is the Most Important yet Under Appreciated Supplement?
This is an Excellent paper on why Cancer patients should make sure they are getting plenty of Protein. More...

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