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David Brownstein, M.D.

David Brownstein, M.D.

Dr. Brownstein specializes in the use of natural vitamins, minerals, herbs, and natural hormones. His practice includes applied kinesiology, acupuncture, nutritional IV therapies, and bio-identical hormones, as well.

Dr. Brownstein lectures internationally about the effectiveness of holistic medicine and has authored 13 best- selling books. He is also the Newsmax Editor of the ‘Natural Way to Health’ monthly newsletter and the founder of our own brand of natural health supplements, PureZen™ Health (www.purezenhealth.com). Dr. Brownstein is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, as well as the International College of Integrative Medicine.

Through his blog at www.drbrownstein.com, Dr. Brownstein is committed to keeping you up-to-date on current health issues & will continue to cover a wide range of topics regarding holistic health.

The Center for Holistic Medicine's blog will focus more specifically on healthy lifestyle choices & supplementation from a holistic point of view with articles by Dr. Brownstein, and his partners, Dr. Ng & Dr. Nusbaum.

Probably no food has been more vilified than the egg. I have heard all the lines: “My doctor told me to avoid eggs.” “Eggs raise your cholesterol levels.” “Eggs cause heart disease.” But I can assure you that there is no better food in the world than an organic egg.

Eggs are the only food source that contains a full complement of essential amino acids — the building blocks for protein in the body. Eggs are the best source for amino acids. Yet in my practice, I see many patients with deficiencies of amino acids. Organic

 

If your college bound son or daughter is like many young adults, chances are they often ‘hear’ your advice but are not really ‘listening’ (I think many of you know what I am talking about)! As the proud parent of two wonderful daughters who just left for the University of Michigan,  I know first hand that a parent’s job is never done. This is why I always give my daughters the same advice when it comes to their health. Over the years my fatherly guidance has finally held some traction. Let me know if you

Refined sugar is the fine white table sugar that we are all familiar with. It is the most commonly used type of sugar today. Between 1985 and 1999, the U.S. consumption of sugars added to food items increased by 23 percent.

U.S. adults consume more than 22 teaspoons of sugar per day! This is much higher than we should be consuming, which is about six teaspoons per day. Sugars now make up an average of 16 percent of our total calorie intake — and the majority of that is refined sugars. Refined sugar comes in many different forms, including:

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