Watch Dr. Mark Stengler interview natural health expert, Dr. Frank Shallenberger, about ozone therapy and its use for treatment against viruses like flu (influenza) and hepatitis.
Dr. Mark Stengler NMD was just recently selected as, “Top Doctor of the Year for 2019” by the International Association Of Top Professionals (IAOTP) for his outstanding leadership, dedication, and commitment to the healthcare profession, with having over 25 years of professional experience as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor.
Many of my patients, readers and viewers asked me a very common question, “What supplements are alternatives to pharmaceutical prescriptions for diabetes?”
We see a lot of patients who are on prescribed blood pressure medications. Studies have shown many nutrients are depleted by these meds.
Have had your doctor measure your oxidized LDL blood levels? Individuals with oxidized LDL are much more likely to get inflammation of the arteries which can result in plaque formation.
You can’t control what genes you have but you can influence the way they are expressed. In this short video, Dr. Stengler discusses how environmental influences such as good nutrition can positively affect genetic expression in the fight against cancer.
In this video, I talk about the many reasons why it is important for your brain health to eat green vegetables and other brain protective nutrients daily.
Did you know that American bread can be as detrimental to your health as simple sugar and insulin resistance is epidemic in America?
Watch this video to learn more
Do you want to lower your cholesterol naturally? There is a safe and effective way to do so. In Dr. Mark Stengler’s latest video installment on cardiovascular health,
The term estrogen is really is a plural term. There are many different types of estrogen in the human body. In this video I discuss the top 3 different types of estrogen
Shocking news: millions of you are suffering from inflammation.
Inflammation is related to all kinds of problems including arthritis, gout, diabetes, heart disease and more.
Your thyroid produces thyroid hormones, which control all of the metabolic activity in all of your cells.It’s important that your thyroid is functioning properly.
Many people may not even know they’re suffering from hypothyroidism because there are so many different symptoms.
Why would your doctor prescribe antidepressants and anti seizure medications for your hot flashes when there are natural, safe, and effective alternatives available?!
Most people have seen pomegranate juice in the supermarket but did you know it has tremendous effects on your arteries and your cardiovascular risk? Watch my latest video from my cardiovascular series to learn more about the benefits of pomegranate juice.
If you or someone you know has been having memory problems, you’ll want to watch this video.
Here we talk about Citicoline, a naturally-occuring chemical in the brain. Not many folks have heard of citicoline, which is odd considering how beneficial it can be.
What are Bioidentical Hormones? If you break the word down, “bio” refers to the body and “identical” means as it says identical. Watch this video to learn more.
Lots of common heartburn drugs can deplete the body of vital nutrients. This can lead to fatigue, weak immunity, and lots of other side effects, and many people wouldn’t even realize that these are indirect side effects of their medication.
A sinus infection (sinusitis) is no fun – symptoms usually include painfully swollen or inflamed nasal tissue, fever, runny nose, cough, and other cold-like symptoms.
Having spoken to thousands of patients over the years. They’ve expressed their frustration with conventional medicine and how poorly it treats chronic fatigue. In this video I discuss alternative treatments to Chronic Fatigue.
In this video, Dr. Mark Stengler discusses the rates of low testosterone in men, symptoms arising from this condition, and some ways to naturally increase testosterone levels.
Lab testing plays a vital role throughout the various stages of menopause. Everyone is different and there’s a lot more to the human body
Approximately 50% of people that have a heart attack have normal cholesterol levels so there must be more to the story when it comes to root causes of cardiovascular disease.
Researchers from around the world have compiled data on foods that increase cancer risk. In this video, Dr. Stengler highlights some of the most common foods that increase cancer risk.
A lot of people are aware of the fact that there are many medications that can help individuals with diabetes lower their blood sugar levels. But, did you know there are prescription drugs that can actually place you at risk for diabetes?
Most people are aware that if you’re overweight you’re at increased risk of diabetes. But for the majority of people who have diabetes today, being overweight is your primary cause.
What are some of the common symptoms of menopause treatable with bioidentical hormones? Watch this one-minute video. Many women undergoing menopause experience a variety of symptoms caused by hormone imbalance.
Testosterone levels are a big deal for men. Low levels of testosterone are associated with several cardiovascular risk factors, including levels of total and LDL cholesterol and inflammation, insulin resistance, and blood vessel wall dysfunction.
Your thyroid regulates your metabolism, and if your levels are low, you’re going to have a slower metabolism. That can lead to a number of health issues, including weight gain, poor energy, depression and more.
An imbalance in your hormone levels can influence your body’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels. Watch this video and learn about this important factor that most doctors don’t test for and address.
Watch Dr. Mark Stengler interview with natural health expert, Dr. Frank Shallenberger, regarding the role of amino acids in adjusting neurotransmitters to address mood problems like depression and anxiety.
Watch Dr. Mark Stengler interview natural health expert, Dr. Frank Shallenberger, regarding the important role neurotransmitters play in managing the body’s response to stress.
What causes memory loss? Many, many things can affect the memory, but to highlight two common culprits: we see a lot of memory problems coming from low iron and low vitamin D levels.
People with diabetes can often suffer from frequent urinary tract infections, because diabetes supresses the immune system. Getting the blood sugar down is one way to help prevent not just UTIs but all sorts of ailments.