Dr. William Wong
March 12, 2009
There are many “foods” that simply are not good for human sexuality, says Dr. William Wong, Naturopathic Physician.
Dr. Wong lays out the dangers of estrogen and testosterone imbalances that are rampant in our culture today
Dr. Wong gives specific formulas and protocols for sexual strength and enjoyment including enlarged prostate, a common ailment. We get a cool anatomy, biology and chemistry lesson here on how the sexual organs function and how to keep them healthy for a long time.
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Dr. Wong has more than 27 years of professional experience in natural health as applied to sports medicine and rehabilitation. The last 8 years of which have been devoted to the application and teaching of Systemic Enzyme Therapy (SET). Studying SET techniques in both the US and Germany, Dr. Wong is widely acknowledged as one of the foremost experts in the field. In the 1990’s, he taught Physical Medicine at the South West College of Naturopathic Medicine. In 1993, Dr. Wong was inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame as Wing Chun Kung Fu Instructor of the Year and in 2004, after 37 years in the Martial Arts, he achieved the rank of Grand Master from the Soke (Grand Master’s) Council and was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Martial Arts.
Dr. Wong has authored books on natural healing and on sports medicine. His shorter writings have appeared in such diverse magazines as G.Q., Black Belt, Survival Guide, The Townsend Letter for Doctors, Well Being Journal, BeautyWalk.com e-zine, and Healthy Options magazine in New Zealand. He has been a guest on over 1000 national and local radio programs, and has appeared on the nationally acclaimed PBS series Healthy Living hosted by Jane Seymour and Heartbeat of America hosted by William Shatner.
Continuing to lecture across the USA, Dr. Wong traveled to India in the Fall of 2005, where he conducted seven different lectures before hundreds of physicians teaching OBGYN’s, Plactic Surgeons, Thoracic and General Surgeons, Cardiologists, General Practicioners and Dentists on how to integrate Systemic Enzyme use into Orthodox Medicine.
Currently, Dr. Wong writes books and lectures on anti-aging and pro-sexual topics. He also consults with individuals, specializing in the development of personalized programs for longevity and virility to help people overcome the effects of aging and the after effects of chronic debilitating conditions.