Dr. Jarad Wilson joined RayBiotech in 2014 after completing his post-doctoral studies. He is currently in charge of the C & G series product lines, and he also manages business development. Dr. Wilson has a scientific background in Immunology, Virology, and protein detection technologies, graduating from Georgia Tech with his BS and then Emory University with his PhD. Dr. Wilson’s research focus was on immunological mechanisms of control for persistent viral infections. He has multiple publications in high tier journals, spanning both his doctoral studies and work with RayBiotech. Currently at RayBiotech, he spends time in roles involving technical consulting as well as sales and marketing, while also helping develop new and novel protein arrays for RayBiotech.
Michael Lewis, MD, MPH, MBA, FACPM, FACN, is one of Americas most trusted physicians. He is a retired Army Colonel who served our country for over 31 years. He has advised countless professional athletes, top ranking military officials, and senior executives at the Department of Defense and the U.S. Government on brain optimization.
He is an expert on nutritional interventions for brain health, particularly the prevention and rehabilitation of brain injury. He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and Tulane University School of Medicine. Dr. Lewis is board-certified and a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine and the American College of Nutrition. He completed post-graduate training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University, and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.
His private practice, Brain CARE, is located in the Washington DC suburb, Potomac, Maryland, where he takes a comprehensive approach to concussion recovery, brain injury, ADHD, sports and cognitive performance, and brain health issues. His pioneering work in the military and since has helped thousands of people around the world and regularly featured in the media, radio, podcasts, webinars, scientific conferences, and television including CNNs Sanjay Gupta MD show. Dr. Lewis is a consultant to the U.S. Army and Navy as well as several organizations and companies around the world, and a founding member of the Pop Warner Youth Football Medical Advisory Board.
There is a lot of fear surrounding the coronavirus, or COVID-19. What can you do to protect yourself from contracting the virus?
Over the past 30 years, Donna Gates, MEd, ABAAHP, has become one of the most respected authorities in the field of digestive health, diet, and nutrition. She illustrates viruses — COVID-19 and more — as dragons. Some of them reside in your body forever (e.g. herpes), while others come and go depending on certain factors.
The best way to “slay” the dragon is to alkalize your body and build up your immunity. Important to note is that much of the body’s immunity exists in the gut.
Listen as Donna joins Dr. Susanne to share key strategies for either keeping COVID-19, influenza, and other viruses at bay or addressing them should you become infected.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault.
It’s normal to have upsetting memories, feel on edge, or have trouble sleeping after this type of event. Anxiety and depression may also result.
While many PTSD patients are prescribed pharmaceutical medications to deal with their daily struggles, they don’t always work.
BioReset™ Medical is one of the only clinics in the country to actively treat PTSD and relieve symptoms related to anxiety without the use of traditional pharmaceuticals. The Stellate Ganglion Block is one component of this program.
Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in America. Integrative cardiology investigates what influences an individual’s heart disease risk.
Diet plays a huge role in heart health. The Mediterranean diet or Paleo diet are great places to start. Eliminating processed foods and reducing sugar support heart health.
We all have dreams but sometimes life gets in the way of reaching them.
Goals have a pretty clear path to achievement. If your goal is to clean the garage, the steps to a clean garage are laid out and fairly easy to follow.
Dreams require imagination and don’t typically have a clear-cut road map. Imagination invites you to become a more magnificent version of yourself.
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Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to become weak and brittle.
Unfortunately, the first sign of the disease in those who aren’t proactive about their bone health is a broken bone — earning it the “silent disease” label. In fact, it’s estimated that 53 million people either already have osteoporosis or are at high risk.
The dangers of the disease are much more dire than simply having to wear a cast. Statistics show that if you have osteoporosis and you break a hip, there’s a 20 percent chance you’ll die within a year.
John Neustadt, ND, joins Dr. Susanne to discuss how osteoporosis is diagnosed, who should be getting tested, risk factors, and how individuals can better take care of their bone health.
Researchers are now talking about type 3 diabetes, a chronic condition that affects the brain.
The ApoE4 gene is associated with cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease.
You can take control of your future brain health by supporting it with the right nutrients now.
Trauma varies in degrees of intensity, and anxiety can affect us every day.
No matter how you work around that trauma, it will pop up until you’ve healed the psychological and biological damage caused by trauma.
The trauma from our childhood can flare up at various points in life. Denying the pain opens the door for it to hurt you again later.
You can transform your life through understanding the trauma. Rebuild the gut and the brain to relieve the trauma. Get moving to shake loose your trauma.
Your gut microbiome may be the most important player in the endocrine system, leading the orchestra of your hormones.
Estrogen is a natural part of your health, but it can contribute to health issues. Your gut can help remove toxic estrogen from your body, such as that contained in foods and products you use.