Monthly Archives: March 2017


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QUESTIONING THE CALORIES IN-CALORIES OUT SCENARIO Three decades ago I began to question the dogma of “calories in, calories out.” I got nothing but grief from “learned” colleagues and dieticians. But, the evidence was strong—even back then—that our gut flora, our adrenal glands, and the brain-gut connection have much to […]

CALORIES IN-CALORIES OUT HAS GOT TO GO!!!


INTEGRATIVE HEALTH EDUCATION A monthly review of 50 medical journals Volume 18  Number 1  January 2017 Last month I blogged on the ill-effects of regularly exercising over ninety minutes a day. I hope nobody interprets it—and the report below—as excuses not to exercise.  Hugo Rodier, MD Strenuous exercise […]

HUGO RODIER, MD: MARCH’S MONTHLY REVIEW OF MEDICAL JOURNALS