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Where Fat Accumulates On A Woman’s Body May Impact Type Of Breast Cancer To Which She Is Susceptible, Study Suggests.

September 18, 2017

Where Fat Accumulates On A Woman’s Body May Impact Type Of Breast Cancer To Which She Is Susceptible, Study Suggests.   The mainstream media is still not getting the mechanism of disease creation. Insulin resistance and it’s inherent resulting metabolic dysfunction is the driving force behind most if not all of the diseases our society […]

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Low Carb Support Group

May 30, 2017

We offer a low carb support group to all of our patients, their friends and family. The group meets in our lobby from 6:30-7:30 p.m. every fourth Thursday of the month. Please call 904-493-2229 ext 231 to confirm meeting or to rsvp.  

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Consumption Of Artificially-Sweetened Beverages May Be Linked To Higher Risk Of Stroke, Dementia, Study Suggests.

May 2, 2017

Consumption Of Artificially-Sweetened Beverages May Be Linked To Higher Risk Of Stroke, Dementia, Study Suggests. More data on the carbohydrate story and metabolic syndrome – just packaged differently.  We know that carbohydrate consumption leads to elevated insulin that leads to vascular compromise over time followed by stroke and heart attack.  There is data out there […]

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Lifestyle intervention for overweight pregnant women.

February 6, 2017

Dr. Fox responds to an article: Lifestyle intervention for overweight pregnant women.   Yet another example of misguided nutritional research. Likely a good study but the conclusions are going to echo the numerous studies that damage the healthcare of patients everywhere. This group took the DASH diet (see below) and applied it to overweight pregnant […]

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Babies Delivered By C-Section May Be At Increased Risk For Childhood Obesity….?

November 14, 2016

The authors want us to believe that C/S itself plays the role but as an epidemiologic study the results do not indicate causation, merely association. The C/S mothers were more obese and maternal obesity is certainly a risk factor for childhood and later adult obesity and metabolic syndrome. From our collective theory, some signal at […]

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Low-Carb Meals May Be Linked To Lowered Insulin Resistance, Researchers Say.

November 7, 2016

Low-Carb Meals May Be Linked To Lowered Insulin Resistance, Researchers Say.   Another Hallelujah!! This study looked at one day’s time with a 30% (high) carbohydrate vs 60% (very high) carbohydrate diet and showed a 39% reduction of insulin after only 3 meals in the 30% group!! Just think what LCHF would look like in […]

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Age Should Not Dictate Whether Or Not A Woman Receives Hormone Therapy, Researchers Say.

October 24, 2016

Dr Fox responds to the following article: http://www.hcplive.com/conference-coverage/nams-2016/should-women-ages-65-and-older-be-on-hormone-therapy Finally the word from NAMS (North American Menopause Society) is going to be adequate dose start when needed and continue… They plan to petition the FDA to change the very misguided requirements for lowest dose and shortest duration we’ve been stuck with for over ten years. This […]

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Studies Emphasize Risks Of Maternal Obesity On Mothers And Babies.

October 17, 2016

Studies Emphasize Risks Of Maternal Obesity On Mothers And Babies.   More evidence mounting and stronger recommendations against obesity and here focusing on pre-pregnancy weight and its potential lifelong effects on the children as well as the gestational complications experienced in the pregnancy that likely also would have long lasting effects on the children. As […]

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People Following A High-Protein Weight-Loss Diet May Experience No Changes In Insulin Sensitivity, Study Reveals.

October 17, 2016

Wow, here’s a great one! This study: http://time.com/4526448/high-protein-diet-weight-loss-insulin/ highlights several very very important points or conclusions. The authors have concluded that you can lose weight and still not receive dramatic health benefits or change long term chronic disease outcome such as risk of diabetes highlighted here. I have been saying this to patients for years. You […]

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Hormonal Contraception Use May Be Associated With Higher Risk Of Depression.

October 10, 2016

Dr. Fox responds to the following study: Does hormonal birth control put women at risk for depression? This study I think gets at the underlying physiologic changes we are noticing in our patients on long term OCP’s.  It has been our running theory of late for patients on OCP’s (a combination of estrogen and progesterone […]

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