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Dr. David Minkoff did not follow the typical path post-medical school.
He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1974 and was elected to the “Phi Beta Kappa” of medical schools, the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Medical Fraternity for very high academic achievement.
He then worked for more than 20 years in the area of traditional medicine before making the switch to alternative medicine when he and his wife, Sue, founded LifeWorks Wellness Center in Clearwater, FL.
LifeWorks is now one of this country’s foremost alternative health clinics, offering a wide range of cutting-edge protocols.
Listen in as Dr. Minkoff joins Dr. Susanne to share more about his own career journey, as well as ways he helps people live healthier, happier lives.
If there is a single factor that could be considered the bedrock of your overall health, it is balance. Consuming the right nutrients in the right proportions creates a balanced environment in which your body can energize, build, repair, and function at its peak.
Unfortunately, each new discovery in nutritional science and biohacking tends to pendulum swing in one or another direction. Either something is entirely bad and should be avoided entirely, or it is a “cure-all” you are urged to take in copious amounts.
The ability to fully digest and absorb protein means the difference between killing or maximizing your muscle gains and fat loss, as well as your overall hormonal balances and your levels of energy, inflammation, and health. So understanding exactly how it works, and how to keep it working, or get it working, properly is very important.....
When it comes to cholesterol, virtually everyone is aware that too much LDL cholesterol is an indicator of heart disease and that optimizing LDL/HDL levels is critical for heart health.
People avoid foods that are high in cholesterol, exercise, lose weight, and try countless other methods to lower their LDL – which are all met with varying levels of success. But, despite all this, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the USA.
Today we’re going to discuss a simple, science-backed alternative solution to lowering LDL levels – and it’s all about protein.