Sunday House Call, #694, May 19, 2019
Disease prevention should not rely on the $40B supplement industry. Simple evidence-based approaches are not sexy, require you to eat real food and to be physically active any way you can. Unless you truly have a clinical deficiency, there is no need for vitamins, supplements or protein powders.
This article is but one of many that identifies the issue that supplements are unnecessary.
Topics today include:
- Heart arrhythmias. A caller wonders why he needs a pacemaker.
- What are the next steps if the triple therapy to eradicate H. Pylori (the cause of gastroesophageal reflux, ulcers, and heartburn) fails?
- Management of early stage bladder cancer