Ladd McNamara, M.D discusses the future of medicine both as it relates to health, supplementation, and how health professionals are finding new ways to increase income in an ever evolving world!

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Oxidized LDL Cholesterol and Foam Cells

Most people have their Lipid Panel blood work done on a semi-routine basis and feel that if their LDL cholesterol is low that they are not at risk for heart disease, stroke, or atherosclerosis.  This is a false assumption.  Here’s what you need to know!

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Myron Wentz Microscope Ladd McNamara

With this expanded and updated edition, I feel even more strongly that the facts that Dr. Ladd McNamara has marshaled to support his argument against the use of statin drugs to lower cholesterol levels need to be heard by a wide audience. I am grateful that Dr. McNamara has allowed me to throw my support behind his work.”

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Previously, I blogged about Oxidized LDL Testing, but this blog post is dedicated to opening your eyes as to the correlation of oxidized LDL cholesterol to coronary artery disease (heart disease).

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radiation therapy ladd mcnamara blog

It is long been tradition, based upon what I call medical myth, for doctors to tell patients to stop taking nutritional supplements (vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and omega 3 fatty acids) while undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy. I understand why it became tradition, but the medical evidence points to the contrary. Not only do nutritional supplements NOT interfere of chemo or radiation therapy, even better, antioxidants appear to actually help kill cancer cells, as well as prevent damage to normal cells by these toxic treatments.

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Supplement Considerations for Autism and More

Unfortunately, more parents than ever know the pain and frustration of trying to help an autistic child. Drugs are not always the best answer. Listed here are some basic natural, non-toxic supplements you can try that may actually make a difference.

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A high-sensitivity C Reactive Protein (CRP) blood test is one of those critical tests that should be viewed in combination with a full lipid panel (one that includes Oxidized LDL Cholesterol), and homocysteine.  However, what is it, and how do you interpret your results?

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arterial plaque build up ladd mcnamara

Most medical labs are not only behind the times in their reporting some of the reference ranges, but when it comes to some unfamiliar lab tests they may completely wrong. If you or your doctor are basing health decisions on incorrect laboratory reference ranges, it not only defeats the point of the test, but it may cause you to NOT make necessary changes that could lessen your risk for chronic disease.

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Homocysteine Damages Arterial Lining

If you asked to have your homocysteine level checked with the rest of your lab work, you were probably told it is “fine.” Don’t be so sure. You could be at risk for heart disease and not know it.  Let’s talk about what could possibly save your life.

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