Nutrition Brought Back My Life

I once worked 80 hours a week, plus on-call time (nights, weekends and holidays) I saw upwards of 30 patients per day in my
main office, plus I did hospital rounds, hospital emergency work, nursing homes and care facility visits, obstetrics as well as
hospital administrative duties, and I was one of the few doctors who made house calls on a regular basis. (Yes, I have a very
understanding wife!!)

My wife and I also ran a satellite office – evenings, weekends and emergencies

I exercised regularly… racquet ball, ran my dog and squeezed in as many “mini holidays” as I could, often combining business
and pleasure trips. I took time for myself. So, it was with great surprise and shock that I found myself cut down by a massive
cerebellar aneurysm.

I was perfectly healthy by all outward appearances, and didn¹t feel tired. In fact I was invigorated by work and my desire to
help people was strong.

However, I forgot the Cardinal Rule: Just because you have no symptoms, it doesn’t mean you are perfectly healthy.

On Nov. 5, 1987 at 10:44 pm I was perfectly fine.
At 10:45 pm, literally one minute later, I was virtually dead.

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Nutrition Science: Experts

Don’t listen to just someone who wants to sell you the latest book or fad.

Seek out EXPERTS in their fields who do NOT have financial gain as their priority.

Here’s some of the people and organizations that I trust for true science without commercial bias.