Dr. T's Health Blog (Recent Posts)

Optimize Your Nutrition

Published: February 9, 2015
Last month, everyone joyfully wished each other "Happy New Year." This week, I'd like to wish you "Happy New'trition" — the kind of nutrition that will tune-up your tired body and give you renewed energy and better health in 2015.

Rub Your Pain Away

Published: January 28, 2015
Tired of medication side effects as you give your body what it needs to get pain free? The good news is that a new topical pain cream can be very helpful, and we've been getting awesome feedback from folks!

The Importance of Drinking Water

Published: January 28, 2015

Guest Article by Rev. Bren Jacobson

Dr. Teitelbaum asked me to write this article to explain the importance of drinking water for maintaining good health.  He asked that I focus on the problems with tap and bottled water, and to recommend the best way to enjoy inexpensive, good tasting, healthy water. After reading this, I invite you to visit my blog where I discuss many important issues about water. 

Eliminating Unnecessary Medications (Part 3)

Published: January 19, 2015
In recent installments of my "Ten-Point Tune-Up" series, I discussed the importance of eliminating unnecessary medications, and why that's usually a must for increasing energy, health — and longevity (side effects from prescription drugs kill more than 100,000 people every year!). It turns out my discussions were timely, because a number of troubling revelations about medications have just surfaced in recently published research. Chief among these are:

Ten-Point Tune-Up, Step 5: Optimize Your Digestion

Published: November 18, 2014
This is the next installment of my "Ten-Point Tune-Up" series, a ten-step approach to energizing your body, organ by organ, and system by system. This week, I'd like to discuss what is perhaps the most important system of all: your digestive system. Just consider a few of the wonders of your digestive tract:

New Study Shows Potential Physical Diagnosis for CFS

Published: October 31, 2014
A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine adds an important piece to the CFS puzzle — a possible physical diagnosis for CFS. The study showed that a particular combination of three brain scans revealed changes in the "white matter" of the brain. This reflects changes in the nerves carrying information, predominantly focused in the right brain arcuate fasciculus, which connects the frontal and temporal lobes (a connection especially important in speech and word recognition).