Dr. Thomas Lewis
Topic: Looking at Blood Work: Not Just the Numbers, But the Whole Story
You will hear detailed analysis and science of how the Cholesterol Panel Numbers are being used so incorrectly, one can not believe this is going on in the modern medical model. Yet, it is.
Today medicine focuses too much on “sick care” and not enough on “health care.” The treatments we get from our doctors come from the 10 largest drug companies in the world who use research to determine the most profitable drugs to bring to market. These companies barely scratch the surface of available knowledge when they go through their selection process for drug development. At RealHealth Clinics, we have delved into the medical literature from across the globe and through time to bring our patients methods and treatments that far exceed the efficacy of those provided through the current medical delivery system called the “standard-of-care.” More importantly, every thing we do to make our patients well is based on a fundamental understanding of the root-causes of diseases. Thus, your RealHealth doctors are treating causes – not just controlling and suppressing symptoms. To get well from Alzheimer’s – your doctor MUST identify and treat causes.
Dr. Thomas J. Lewis is a Medical Scientist. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from MIT and certification from the Harvard School of Public Health. He is an entrepreneur and healthcare professional with expertise in toxic substances, drug development, biotechnology, health technology, and medical protocol development. For the past 12 years he has worked closely with senior researchers and clinicians at Harvard Medical School and has developed a program for chronic disease root cause prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment. Alzheimer’s disease and the most serious eye diseases, macular degeneration and glaucoma have been a particular focus.
What has your doctor told you about your Cholesterol number and/or your LDL number? Maybe, just maybe, it’s all wrong.
LDL is needed to transport the fat to the live tissues
Statin drugs are possibly one of the most misused and misunderstood meds on the market today
Good solid LDL numbers, way higher than “normal” are need to transport fat soluble vitamins Like D and A to the right place
CO Q10 may be called for to build the heart muscle
Big research project says 90% people on meds want to get off
When the LDL levels below 70, which is what the cardiologist recommends, 65% more likely to get a stroke
and when the LDL is lowered to below 50, your chances of stroke is tripled
People on the low level of the LDL scale people tend to have mood disorders
We also talk about infections and rascal H Pylori
Dr. Tom Lewis PhD and fascinating information on the cardiac blood panel and infections, July 18, 2019