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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The following are just some of Dr. Ladd McNamara’s upcoming speaking engagements. Dr. McNamara travels to deliver his “Power of Cellular Nutrition” presentation, and also 

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If you are taking thyroid hormone medication you’re doctor may have told you to not take them with vitamins.   Some doctors may have recommended you separate them by an hour, 3 hours, and I’ve even heard a doctor suggest you need 12 hours inbetween.   So, why the confusion, and what’s the conflict with taking nutritional supplements with thyroid medication?

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Most doctors chose medicine for obvious reasons: to help people with their health, to become professionals, for the sense of accomplishment, and to earn a significant income.  Doctors invest a significant amount of money and time to first receive a medical degree and then to specialize in their field of expertise.  

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IgA nephropathy, also known as Berger’s disease and synpharyngitic glomerulonephritis, is a disease in which IgA antibodies are abnormally produced due to an unidentified immune response (most likely in the intestinal tract); the blood stream is flooded with IgA antibodies which are then filtered by the kidneys.   The glomeruli (small bundles of capillaries where filtration occurs) become inflammed, and is known as glomerulonephritis.
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A new study reported at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Orlando this week indicates that “too much” vitamin D is associated with atrial fibrillation (irregular heart beat).   However, the findings are not as bleak as it sounds.   In fact, the results are actually reassuring in regard to the safety of high dose vitamin D!   Despite some who try to spin the results in favor of minimal or no supplementation, this study, lead by Dr. T. Jared Bunch, a heart rhythm specialist at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Utah reaffirms the safety of supplementing with high doses of vitamin D.   So, what daily dose is safe, and how much was “too much?”

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