• Is Your Stomach Ache an Ulcer?

    Is Your Stomach Ache an Ulcer?

    Thanks to the efforts of Warren and those who followed, we now know that more than 50 percent of the world’s population is infected with H. pylori. While most of those people are free of symptoms, the bacteria still puts them at risk for ulcers, stomach cancer, and even lymphoma.

  • Parkinson's Disease Information

    Parkinson’s Disease Information

    Follow my guidelines for eliminating accumulated toxins in your body, preventing toxin exposure, and making lifestyle changes to avoid Parkinson’s disease.

  • Weightloss by Habit Changing, not Dieting

    Weightloss by Habit Changing, not Dieting

    Weight loss begins in the brain. This is true for anyone who shudders at the thought of broccoli or is reluctant to give up the Standard American Diet (SAD).

  • Reduce Your Autoimmune Risk

    Reduce Your Autoimmune Risk

    Painful, difficult to diagnose conditions can be avoided — and sometimes even reversed – by making lifestyle changes and taking appropriate supplements.

  • Clean Your Water of Toxins and Contaminants

    Clean Your Water of Toxins and Contaminants

    Here’s a question I often hear from my patients: what’s one simple thing I can do to improve my health? My answer used to be, “Drink more water.” Then I spent some time researching the topic and discovered that much | Read More »

  • Tips to Fight Memory Loss

    Tips to Fight Memory Loss

    Being proactive about protecting your memory and brain health is not that difficult and the pay-off is huge.

  • Supplements You Should Take Now

    Supplements You Should Take Now

    A new study finds that the nation’s health expenditures would fall by billions if people with some of costly conditions used nutritional supplements.

  • Cold and Flu Prevention

    Cold and Flu Prevention

    Are you doing everything you can to avoid colds and flu this spring? At my clinic, I’m seeing a steady stream of patients suffering from symptoms of both conditions.

  • Vitamin D & Other Treatments for SAD

    Vitamin D & Other Treatments for SAD

    For many physicians, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is an ailment that flies under the radar, so it’s easy to see how it can be overlooked or mistaken for something else.

  • Why Sugar is Bad for You & 3 Healthy Alternatives

    Why Sugar is Bad for You & 3 Healthy Alternatives

    Although it’s easy to think of sugar as nothing more than a natural ingredient in some of favorite foods, the truth is more complicated. But ordinary table sugar, technically known as sucrose, has been refined to the point that it no longer supplies the vitamins and minerals found in raw sugar.

  • Flu Shot Side Effects

    Flu Shot Side Effects

    “So last year I got a flu shot,” Gary told me, “because everyone kept telling me I needed one. And then I got the flu! I’m not doing that again this year. But what am I supposed to do to | Read More »

  • What is Prediabetes & How Can You Prevent It?

    What is Prediabetes & How Can You Prevent It?

    The “diabesity epidemic” is a good example of how overall health has declined in recent years. “Diabesity” is the name given to the ever-growing number of people being diagnosed with dual health challenges — excess weight and difficulties with blood | Read More »

  • Improve Your Memory with These Supplements

    Improve Your Memory with These Supplements

    If you’re like most of my patients, you’re concerned about your memory. As the years go by, you’ve probably noticed small – but disturbing – changes: forgetting a good friend’s name, walking into a room and then wondering why, telling | Read More »

  • How to Build Up Your Immune System

    How to Build Up Your Immune System

    I’d like to begin by sharing an email I received recently from a patient. Dear Dr. Connealy, I just wanted to thank you for taking the time to explain how the immune system works. Now I understand why I was | Read More »

  • Low Testosterone in Men: Symptoms & Natural Treatments

    Low Testosterone in Men: Symptoms & Natural Treatments

    I’d like to share with you the results of recent research linking pain and inflammation with a problem that’s all too common these days – low levels of the hormone testosterone. The study, which reviewed the results of nearly 100 | Read More »

  • What to Do if You Have a High PSA Score

    What to Do if You Have a High PSA Score

    Very few days go by without me seeing a patient who is concerned about his prostate. And who can blame them? During the next few years, I expect to see cases of prostate cancer continue to increase, until the disease | Read More »

  • The Side Effects of Blood Pressure Medication

    The Side Effects of Blood Pressure Medication

    If you are one of the millions of Americans who are currently taking medication for high blood pressure, I have some good news. You might be able to reduce the amount of drugs you’re taking or gradually do away with | Read More »

  • GMOs: Are Genetically Modified Foods & Organisms Safe?

    GMOs: Are Genetically Modified Foods & Organisms Safe?

    More and more of my patients are asking for my opinion on GMOs, the acronym for genetically modified organisms. Are these foods harmful, and, if so, how bad are they? Those are very good questions, so let’s take a look | Read More »

  • Improve Your Memory without Playing Games

    Improve Your Memory without Playing Games

    If you’re like most of my patients, you’re concerned about your memory. As the years go by, you’ve probably noticed small – but disturbing – changes: forgetting a good friend’s name, walking into a room and then wondering why, telling | Read More »

  • Does Acupuncture Really Work? The Short Answer is Yes

    Does Acupuncture Really Work? The Short Answer is Yes

    I first discovered acupuncture more than 20 years ago, when I heard about it from an acquaintance. It sounded like an intriguing treatment that could benefit my patients. Though, before recommending it to them, I had to try it myself. | Read More »