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FOR 2017-2018

CERTIFIED COURSE! Limited seating to 45
IN TORONTO in 2018!

Place: Hyatt Regency 
370 King Street West Toronto

Workshop 1: May 25-27
Workshop 2: Aug 9-12
Workshop 3: Nov 9-11
  • Registration Opens: Sept. 2017
  • Registration Closes: Feb. 2018
  • Course Length: 9 months
  • Course Start: Feb. 2018
  • Course End: Nov. 2018 
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Clinical Pearls Newsletters:

5-HTP Reduces Rheumatoid Arthritis
30 Solid Scientific Studies That Prove Vaccines Cause Autism​
A Link Between Cold Sores and Alzheimer's
Alpha Lipoic Acid Activates Telomerase1​
Amino Acid Arginine Found As Effective As Drugs For Glucose Metabolism And Diabetes​
AMPK - Metabolic Master Switch and a Suppressor of Aging Itself​
An Overlooked Cause of Depression​
Antidepressants linked to neurological damage in newborns, study finds​
Bacterial Growth in Arteries Implicated in Heart Attacks​
Betaine (TMG) - Methylation, Anti-Inflammatory and Powerful Exercise Supplement​
Beyond Depression SAMe Broad-Spectrum Protection Against Disorders Of Aging​
Biofilms - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Biofilms ll - Lyme, Pleomorphism and Bacteriophages
Breast Cancer and Fat Intake​
Blood Sugar Benefits and More​
Can Acetyl L-Carnitine and Lipoic Acid Slow the Aging Process​
Carpal Tunnel - Effective Treatment Protocols​
Causes of Debilitating Anxiety, Approprtate Lab Tests and Treatment Options​
Chelation Therapy Article​
Chelation Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease​
Citrulline Plus Arginine - Enhanced eNOS Substrate Availability to Increase NO and HGH Levels​
Clinical Applications of Berberine
COQ-10 - A Review Plus Alzheimer's Prevention​
Crohn's Disease - Fungal Involvement - and Biofilms​
Curcumin may be of benefit for PMS
Dr. William Walsh on Autism, OCD, PANDAS, Depression and Methylation​
Fungus Identified as a Key Factor in Crohn’s Disease​
Glutathione - Physiological and Clinical Relevance - Drs. Pizzorno and Katzinger​
Gut Bacteria Override Protections Diabetes 
Harvard Trained Immunologist Demolishes California Legislation That Terminates Vaccine Exemptions​
Health Issues Related to Carrageenan Consumption (including Colorectal Carcinoma)​
Higher vitamin D levels predict reduced rate of progression in early MS​
How Gut Bacteria Affect Our Mind and Appetite to Influence Which Foods You ‘Choose’ to Eat​
How to Delay Brain Aging by 11 Years​
Hypertension and Mercury Toxicity
Is Alzheimer's a Prion Protein Driven Condition​
Is Alzheimer's An Infectious Disease​?
Keto - Adaptation​
Link Found Between Epilepsy Drugs and Birth Defects - The Ketogenic Diet as an Alternative​
Lipoic Acid Oral 2014
Lipoic Acid Review 2014
Matrix Gla-Protein - The Calcification Inhibitor In Need Of Vitamin K​
Modern Industrial Foods & Their Effects on the Human Body - Pesticides, Antibiotics, Hormones, Genetic engineering & Food Additives
mTOR Article
N-acetylcysteine as Adjunctive Treatment for Schizophrenia​
Natural Support for Autoimmune and Inflammatory Disease
New Research - Confirmation of Non-Celiac Reactivity to Wheat​
New Research on Rhodiola - Antidepressant and Anxiolytic Properties, Healthy Sleep, 
New Study Finds Ginger a Power Anti-Diabetic Agent
New research links low body temperature with obesity​
Newly Identified Risks Of Excess Homocysteine​
Nutrigenomics, Metabolic Correction and Disease​
Omega 3 & ALA Fatty Acids May Reduce ALS Disease Risk​
Osteoporosis - The Need for Prevention and Treatment - Dr. Joseph Pizzorno et. al
People with Parkinson's show altered iron levels in their brains​
Parkinson's Disease and Gut Bacteria - A Proven Link1​
PS (Phosphatidylserine) - Attenuation of Serum Cortisol Response to Acute Exercise Stress Via HPA Axis Influence, Impact on Testosterone Levels and More​
Quercetin Prolongs Healthspan and May Expand Lifespan Also​
Reawakened Ancient Retrovirus in DNA may be Behind ALS Cases-3​
Resveratrol - Potential Treatment Protocol for Autism​
Rosmarinic Acid as a Novel Agent in the Treatment of Allergies and Asthma​
Sensitivities to Wheat - Gluten Might Not Be to Blame​
Stealth Infections​
Stevia Kills Lyme Disease Pathogen Better Than Antibiotics (Preclinical Study)​
Study Finds Common Bacteria Linked to Potential Dangerous Heart Problems
Study Shows Dramatic Correlation Between GMOs And 22 Diseases​
Taking Calcium Supplements Can Cause Brain Lesions​
Taurine - Prevention of Age Related Brain Atrophy​
Taurine prevents the neurotoxicity of beta-amyloid and glutamate receptor agonists​

The Connection Between Herpes Simplex Virus and Alzheimer's​
The Health Benefits of Resveratrol​
The Link Between Gut Health and Parkinson's 
The Little Known Health Benefits of Tocotrienols​
The Many Uses of 5-HTP
The Simple Carbohydrate that Prevents Damage from Cigarettes​
The Tantalizing Links Between Gut Microbes and the Brain​
The Treatment of Liver Disease with Botanical Agents​
Vagal Nerve Stimulation - A Highly Effective Clinical Modality​
Vitamin D improves heart function, study finds
What may be lurking at the root of psoriasis
Zonulin - Key to Leaky Gut Pathogenesis and a Factor in Inflammation, Autoimmune Disease and Cancer​



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How important is vitamin D in living a long life?

Dr. Brownstein's Answer:
One of the world’s leading researchers on vitamin D, Dr. William Grant, published an article in the July 6, 2011, issue of the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition entitled, “An estimate of the global reduction in mortality rates through doubling vitamin D levels.”
For his article, Dr. Grant examined numerous studies following different methodologies, including case-control, ecological, cohort, and cross-sectional studies. Furthermore, he looked at randomized, controlled trials to estimate the change in mortality rates that could be achieved by increasing vitamin D levels.
Dr. Grant found that increasing vitamin D levels from 22 ng/ml to 44 ng/ml would significantly decrease all-cause mortality by 7.6 percent in black females and 17.3 percent in white females. The male all-cause mortality rates were 0.6 percent lower than females. Dr. Grant estimated that the higher vitamin D levels would be associated with an increased life expectancy of two years.
He summarized his research by writing, “Increasing serum [vitamin D levels] is the most cost-effective way to reduce global mortality rates, as the cost of vitamin D is low and there are few adverse effects from oral intake and/or frequent moderate UVB irradiance (i.e., sun exposure) with sufficient body surface exposed.”
I have been checking vitamin D levels for nearly 20 years and recommending vitamin D supplementation for the same amount of time. I have not seen any adverse effects from supplementing vitamin D in the usual dose.
The usual dose is 5,000 IU per day of cholecalciferol — which is vitamin D3. Patients who see the most improvement with vitamin D3 are those with the lowest levels. However, higher vitamin D levels seem to improve thyroid and parathyroid function for everyone. The most absorbable form of vitamin D is Bio-D-Mulsion 1000 from Biotics Research.
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