In 1973 or 74, I became certified as an allergy technician (ASAT) and was working for ENT and Allergist, Howard Gottschalk, MD in Los Angeles. One day a man came in for his allergy shot and he had a paper sack inside of which was an empty small white plastic carton. There was no writing on the carton, but he told us that the lid, which he had discarded, had some writing on it.
The holidays were ripe with opportunities to throw us off the Phase One wagon. There’s a saying about not letting the best be the enemy of the good. In other words, don’t fall for eating something you know will really be a problem for you just because you know you can’t be “perfectly Phase One” at any given time. It’s better to figure out ahead of time how you can cheat a little without totally blowing it.
Researchers studying the confusing science of cholesterol and heart disease have stumbled onto an incredible finding, yet they have no idea how to interpret it. Maybe I can help! Swedish researchers have discovered cholesterol metabolism might not be regulated by fats or oils within our diets, as has been previously thought, rather from the bacteria in our gut.
I know that I am controversial, but the information I bring you about the fungus link to illness and death is many years ahead of its time. Remember the articles linking cancer cell death to anti-fungal drugs?