Dr. Sherry Rogers in review
A look back at some of the past excerpts from Dr. Rogers.
Excerpted from May, 2015
Mold Fighting Nutrients
"Never underestimate the molds that may be growing in your own gut. Review chapter 4 in How to Cure Diabetes for all the details, then No More Heartburn. And as you learned last month with phase contrast examination of your life blood cells you may actually see yeast in your blood, meaning you have a lot of work to do, starting with a Cardio/Ion, scheduling an excellent interpretation, and a major diet change.
Once you have cleaned up your environment, your gut, and diet, remember there are mold-fighting nutrients that have been known for decades yet are still rarely used. R-Lipoic acid heads the list. Silybum in the form of Super Milk Thistle X plus Chelated Selenium are just a few of the others that we've written about in the past that are absolutely essential for fighting off the toxins from yeasts and other fungi. "
Excerpted from May, 2015
Choosing the Right Vitamin E
"As you learned in the January 2014 issue, tocotrienols (four of the eight parts of real vitamin E) are crucial in lowering cholesterol without the dangers of Lipitor, like the sudden amnesia that you learned about in The Cholesterol Hoax. After all, who needs a drug like statins that are guaranteed to create Alzheimer's, cancer, and a multitude of other diseases? When you choose your eight parts of vitamin E you want to be sure it's from a company that is serious about quality. Improperly manufactured or rancid nutrients hidden inside capsules do not do the job. I have not yet found any that beats one daily of each of E-Gems Elite and Gamma E-Gems plus two tocotrienols. This is how to best supply the eight forms of vitamin E that are so crucial for stalled healing. I call it the plain E-8 plan."
Excerpted from February, 2013
Sleep Better with Somniphan
"In a study of 100 children with sleep problems, over 80% benefitted from melatonin, which proved effective, inexpensive, and safe. Somniphan contains three sleep–promoting ingredients: 300 mg L-tryptophan, 200 mg of GABA, and 2 mg of melatonin. One or two at night may be enough to promote a restful sleep for anyone."
Excerpted from October, 2014
Natural Clot Busters
"Back to the clot buster lumbrokinase, the enzyme from the humble earthworm. It can dissolve clots (the process of fibrinolysis) and thereby get rid of hidden life-threatening deep vein thromboses (DVTs). A starting dose is 2-3 Boluoke between meals two or three times a day, depending on your severity. The reason you want them between meals? You don't want them breaking down food; you want them breaking down clots. And of course folks with diabetes, the elderly, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, or those with inactivity from arthritis are examples of folks who are at an even higher risk for hidden DVTs.
.….In medicine, when they are really stuck, medicine routinely steals from nature. Mushroom magic has shown us the many disease fighting properties of various species of fungi, while many antibiotics and even B vitamins are made from bacteria. And when it comes to enzymes to dissolve clots, we have many choices provided by nature. Enzymes like Serrapeptase come from the silkworm, Nattokinase from fermented soybeans, bromelain as in Ananese from pineapples, and pancreatic enzymes plus bile are in Digestive Aid #34."
Excerpted from November, 2014
Looking Beyond Thyroid Replacement Hormone
"If a test confirms low thyroid, what's wrong with treating a low thyroid with thyroid hormone? ...it's a travesty to give thyroid hormone without first doing the assays we described in How to Cure Diabetes. Why? The reason is if the physician has failed to assay the nutrient deficiencies that made the gland malfunctional, then you have lost the golden opportunity to fix or cure the problem and be without medications. Iodine, selenium, essential fatty acids like Cod Liver Oil, Phosphatidyl Choline (PC), Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALC), Phosphatidyl Serine (PS), etc, are some of the many nutrient deficiencies that must be corrected in order to repair the gland. And for you folks who have seen your T4 assays be high or normal, but your T3 is low, this screams of a doc who doesn't even know you need selenium to convert T4 to the active thyroid hormone, T3. And when they prescribe the popular synthetic Synthroid, this is only T4. So no wonder you don't feel great on it. You still cannot convert it to its active form."