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  • 2020 Newsletters

    September 2020: Bridging the Gap in Cancer Care - Every day in America, nearly five thousand people hear the words, “You have cancer.” That phrase conjures up a whirlwind of emotions—fear, anxiety, confusion, and hopelessness, to name a few. Once the initial shock wears off, patients are left trying to figure out how they are going to treat their cancer. Typically, the standard of care involves surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy or some combination of those therapies depending on the type of cancer and stage. These treatments can be life-saving in some, albeit few, circumstances but often fall short. Many patients are left with long term toxicities and side effects. Perhaps the most significant shortcoming of standard cancer care is that the sole focus is on treating cancer rather than strengthening and supporting the human that has cancer.

    August 2020: Metabolic Scoring: Using Metrics to Motivate Change - This July marks my 31st year at Riordan Clinic. My goodness! Where did all that time go? Now, say you, what has the good doctor learned? Well, I believe I have learned a great deal about one’s personal quest for better health. Over the years, I have mentored many wonderful people in the process of discovering better health. This year we are taking a bold new step to formalize this process. We will soon be launching the Discovery Program. The Discovery Program promises to be more affordable, more flexible, and more practical for growing numbers of medical patients who are ready to become what Dr. Hugh Riordan called “co-learners.” The foundation of real health discovery for every co-learner is a fundamental and recurring process called Metabolic Scoring.

    July 2020: A New Model of Aging - OK, time for a pop quiz! What is the one thing that every single human being doing at this very moment? That’s easy; we’re all aging! Contrary to what popular media might portray, aging is not a disease process. However, it cannot be denied that there are special considerations associated with the aging process. The goal of healthy aging involves moving from reactively responding to disease when it is expensive and difficult to treat, to proactively using strategies that prolong the healthspan of a person’s life. When implemented and maintained, these strategies help decrease illness and suffering at the end of life.

    June 2020: Living in a World on Fire -

    May 2020: High-dose IVC as a Successful Treatment of Viral Infections -

    April 2020: Riordan Clinic and COVID-19 -

    Feb/March 2020: Expect the Unexpected -

    January 2020: Leah’s Story: “Part Three: The Follow Up” -

  • 2019 Newsletters

    December 2019: Curing Polio with Magnesium -

    November 2019: Treatment for Inflammation and Autoimmunity: Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) -

    October 2019: Living (and Thriving!) with Crohn’s and Colitis: The Ostomy Guy -

    September 2019: High Dose Vitamin D Protocol for Autoimmunity, Obesity and Better Sleep -

    August 2019: Cancer-Related Fatigue -

    July 2019: Nature’s Anti-Aging Mineral: Sulfur -

    June 2019: Mental Health and Diet -

    May 2019: Phospholipids to Protect Your Memory and Brain -

    April 2019: History in the Making -

    March 2019: Is CBD Right for You? -

    February 2019: Can You Eliminate Anxiety without Medication? -

    January 2019: DYNAMIC AGING: Overcoming Obstacles and Adding Life to your Years -

  • 2018 Newsletters

    November 2018: Does Glyphosate Provide a Pathway to Modern Disease? -

    October 2018: The Importance of Detox -

    September 2018: IV Vitamin C Versus Cancer & Other Killers -

    August 2018: Why Your Stomach Acid Is Important -

    July 2018: Taking a Break -

    June 2018: Regenerative Injection Therapies -

    May 2018: A Guide to Your Best, Healthy Summer! -

    April 2018: Detox -

    March 2018: Intermittent Fasting -

    February 2018: Live More Joyfully -

    January 2018: The Emotions of PMS -

  • 2017 Newsletters

    December 2017: New Thinking About the Brain -

    November 2017: Lectins -

    October 2017: Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Disease Part 2 -

    September 2017: Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Disease Part 1 -

    August 2017: Hypertension: A Natural Approach -

    July 2017: The Mouth-Body Connection -

    June 2017: Sleep, Wakefulness and Overall Health -

    May 2017: Can IV Vitamin C Stop a Deadly Infection? -

    April 2017: How to Avoid Sugar -

    March 2017: Magnesium Decreases Hyperactivity in ADHD Children -

    February 2017: Heart Disease and Vitamin C -

    January 2017: A Natural Approach for Infertility -

  • 2016 Newsletters

    December 2016: In Defense of Estrogen -

    November 2016: Depression? Anxiety? You Are Not Alone -

    October 2016: High-Dose IV Vitamin C -

    September 2016: The Sun Shines on Vitamin D -

    August 2016: Are You Rusting Inside? -

    July 2016: The Top 10 Most Toxic Minerals -

    June 2016: Journey to Healing: Finding New Life with Lyme Disease -

    May 2016: Get Ready for Summer with HCG -

    April 2016: Hoyt Lee’s Journey -

    March 2016: Vitamin C and Cancer -

    February 2016: The Miracle of Magnesium -

    January 2016: Keep Your Pump and Pipes Working -

  • 2015 Newsletters

    December 2015: What is Real Health? -

    November 2015: A Discussion About Autoimmune Disorders -

    October 2015: How Food Affects our Genes -

    September 2015: The Super Probiotic -

    August 2015: Optimal Kids -

    July 2015: The mouth-body connection -

    June 2015: Food Toxicity -

    May 2015: Brain Health -

    April 2015: Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth -

    March 2015: Alzheimer’s Disease -

    February 2015: Beating the Sugar Blues -

    January 2015: Food as Medicine -

  • 2014 Newsletters

    December 2014: Foreword to the Death by Calcium Foreword -

    October / November 2014: Conquering Stress by Renewing Your Adrenals -

    September 2014: Obesity and the Risk of Cancer -

    August 2014: How Your Gut Affects Your Immune System -

    July 2014: Hormones – Why You Can’t Live Without Them -

    June 2014: Sugar, Obesity, and Pain -

    May 2014: The Straight Skinny on Fat -

    April 2014: How to Naturally Manage Pain -

    March 2014: Why Your Stomach Acid Is Important -

    February 2014: High-dose Vitamin C & Viral Infections -

    January 2014: If My Thyroid Is Normal, Why Do I Feel Bad? -

  • 2013 Newsletters

    December 2013: How Do I Know if I am Toxic? -

    November 2013: Immunity and UV Light -

    October 2013: Vitamins D3 and K2: The Dynamic Duo -

    September 2013: Vaccines: The Short on Shots -

    August 2013: Child Disorders: ADD/ADHD -

    July 2013: Are Bioidentical Hormones Safe? -

    June 2013: Healthy Pregnancy, Baby, Children -

    May 2013: Wheat Belly: An Unintended Consequence -

    April 2013: Unlock Your DNA to Live Longer & Feel Better -

    March 2013: Allergies & Asthma: The Naturopath’s View -

    February 2013: Arthritis: The Inflammation Connection -

    January 2013: The Super Probiotic -

  • 2012 Newsletters

    December 2012: Folk Remedies -

    November 2012: Naturopathic Medicine -

    October 2012: Circadian Rhythm and Your Health -

    September 2012: Aging Gracefully -

    August 2012: Health Promotion and Pregnancy -

    July 2012: Healing with Light -

    June 2012: Environmental Factors of Infertility -

    May 2012: Thyroid Link to Potbelly Syndrome -

    April 2012: Fuel Sources During Exercise -

    March 2012: Go Organic! -

    February 2012: Cultivating Healthy Relationships -

    January 2012: HCG Rx+ Life Care Plan -

  • 2011 Newsletters

    December 2011: HealthMarkers℠ -

    November 2011: Flu Shots? Just the Facts, You Decide -

    October 2011: Breast Cancer: Environmental Estrogen -

    September 2011: The Value of Nutrient Testing -

    August 2011: Nutrition and the Athlete -

    July 2011: Stimulating a Worldwide Epidemic of Health -

    June 2011: Treating Cancer the Riordan Clinic Way -

    May 2011: Inflammation and You -

    April 2011: How to Avoid Environmental Toxins -

    March 2011: About Naturopathic Medicine -

    February 2011: Ubiquinol and Your Heart -

    January 2011: Introducing Riordan Clinic HCG -

  • 2010 Newsletters

    November / December 2010: 35th Anniversary Edition -

    October 2010: Breast Cancer -

    September 2010: Hyperbaric Chamber Therapy -

    August 2010: Principles of Naturopathic Medicine -

    July 2010: IV-Through the Vein -

    June 2010: Lifestyle Care -

    May 2010: Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity -

    April 2010: If we only had a Brain -

    March 2010: Mushrooms for Nutrition and Cancer Prevention -

    February 2010: CoQ10: The Energy Nutrient -

    January 2010: Feed the Brain and Lift the Mood -

  • 2009 Newsletters

    November/December 2009: Are GMO’s a Good Idea? -

    October 2009: What is Health? -

    September 2009: Eat, Exercise, Excel -

    July / August 2009: Doing “The Work” -

    June 2009: Getting the Fat Toxins Out -

    May 2009: Preventing Kidney Stones -

    April 2009: The Potbelly Syndrome -

    March 2009: Vitamin C and Angiogenesis -

    February 2009: Healing the Body with the Mind -

    January 2009: Fending Off the Common Cold -

  • 2008 Newsletters

    November / December 2008: What Are Toxic Metals Doing in Our Bodies? -

    October 2008: The Coffee Controversy -

    September 2008: The Secret of the Secret -

    July / August 2008: Endothelial Progenitor Cells as a Marker of Cardiovascular Risk -

    June 2008: Improving Your Cholesterol Profile -

    May 2008: Alternative Approaches for Teens and Children with Mental Disorders -

    April 2008: Nutrients and Depression -

    March 2008: Oxidants and Antioxidants -

    February 2008: Health, Stem Cells, and Menstruation -

    January 2008: Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy -

  • 2007 Newsletters

    November / December 2007: Stop Pre Diabetes Now -

    October 2007: The Amazing Amino Acids -

    September 2007: Hypoglycemia -

    July / August 2007: Aging Bones -

    June 2007: Digestion, Absorption, Metabolism, Excretion (D.A.M.E) -

    May 2007: The New Patient Experience -

    April 2007: Celebrating 20 Years of Health Hunters -

    March 2007: Blood Glucose Readings After High Dose IVC -

    February 2007: A New Hypothesis of Cancer -

    January 2007: Overdosed America -

  • 2006 Newsletters

    November / December 2006: Boost Your Mind with Methylation -

    October 2006: Self-Care: Managing Stress -

    September 2006: Parasites -

    July / August 2006: Trans Fatty Acids and Hydrogenated Fat -

    June 2006: Enhancing Vitality Through Detoxification -

    May 2006: The Fibromyalgia Riddle Solved -

    April 2006: Reduce the Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer’s -

    March 2006: Intravenous Vitamin C and Cancer -

    February 2006: Yeast: The Hidden Infection -

    January 2006: Kirlian Photography as a Diagnostic Aid -

  • 2005 Newsletters

    November / December 2005 – Thirty years at The Center -

    October 2005 – Food sensitivities could be hurting you -

    September 2005 – Beat The Odds laboratory health panel -

    July / August 2005 – Eat, Exercise, Excel: What does that have to do with health? -

    June 2005 – Does vitamin C act as an antioxidant or pro-oxidant? -

    May 2005 – Healthy and smart vegetarian eating -

    April 2005 – Oh, my aching back -

    March 2005 – Know your nutrients: the minerals, part one -

    February 2005 – Thirty years with Dr. Hugh Riordan -

    January 2005 – Facing forward, facing backward -

  • 2004 Newsletters

    November / December 2004 – A feast for your eyes -

    October 2004 – CoQ10: the energy nutrient -

    September 2004 – Obesity: the epidemic of the 21 st century -

    July 2004 – The joy of co-learning -

    June 2004 – Principles in practice -

    May 2004 – A whole-foods perspective on Atkins diets -

    April 2004 – Preventing and reversing type 2 diabetes -

    March 2004 – Our ancestral diet -

    February 2004 – Carbs bad, protein good -

    January 2004 – How to survive during a magnetic storm -

  • 2003 Newsletters

    November / December 2003 – Bio-Communications Research Institute project: vitamin C and immune system functioning -

    October 2003 – Mood swings and depression: let’s get to the bottom of it -

    September 2003 – Bringing down high blood pressure -

    July 2003 – How to start an epidemic of health -

    June 2003 – You don’t need vitamins? -

    May 2003 – To Atkins or not to Atkins -

    April 2003 – Do you have enough antioxidant nutrients to prevent degenerative diseases? -

    March 2003 – The statin alternative -

    February 2003 – Overcoming depression -

    January 2003 – How did I end up at The Center? -

  • 2002 Newsletters

    November / December 2002 – Healthy hair -

    October 2002 – Osteoporosis -

    September 2002 – Irritable bowel syndrome -

    July / August 2002 – How it all began -

    June 2002 – Unhealthy inflammation -

    May 2002 – Natural fat yes, added fat no -

    April 2002 – Becoming a co-learner at The Center -

    March 2002 – Five a day for better health -

    February 2002 – Aging and the loss of energy -

    January 2002 – The latest on hormone research -

  • 2001 Newsletters

    November / December 2001 – Antioxidants -

    October 2001 – Dr. Hunninghake’s top ten herbs -

    September 2001 – Preventing diabetic-related degenerative diseases -

    July / August 2001 – Gardening in the year 2001 -

    June 2001 – The benefits of chocolate -

    May 2001 – How to conceive a healthy baby -

    April 2001 – An uncommon fatigue -

    March 2001 – Organic gardening -

    February 2001 – Eye health -

    January 2001 – Breast health: know your biomarkers -

  • 2000 Newsletters

    November / December 2000 – Prostate health -

    October 2000 – Heart BioMarkers -

    September 2000 – Brain Health -

    July / August 2000 – Herbal Medicine 101 -

    June 2000 – Alternative Medicine: The quiet revolution -

    May 2000 – The Vitamin C Controversy -

    April 2000 – What is Acupuncture -

    March 2000 – RECNAC project announces achievements -

    February 2000 – Qi Gong: an ancient tradition for the new century -

    January 2000 – 25th Anniversary of the Center -

  • 1999 Newsletters

    November / December 1999 – Brain Boosters -

    October 1999 – Diabetes and Nutrition -

    September 1999 – Cellular Nutrition -

    July / August 1999 – Is laughter a nutrient? -

    June 1999 – Alternative Medicine 101 -

    May 1999 – Getting Rid of Chronic Fatigue and Other Chronic Illness -

    April 1999 – ADHD and other meaningless diagnoses -

    March 1999 – RECNAC Cancer Research Update -

    February 1999 – Not well? Could it be Candida? -

    January 1999 – We seek to serve, rather than fix or help -

  • 1998 Newsletters

    November / December 1998 – You can cope with anxiety -

    October 1998 – Headache, The Center’s approach -

    September 1998 – Food for thought for kids -

    July / August 1998 – How we got into parasites -

    June 1998 – Why EDTA Chelation Therapy? -

    May 1998 – Premenstrual Sydrome -

    April 1998 – The cytotoxic test…and me -

    March 1998 – RECNAC Cancer Research Update -

    February 1998 – The Center’s approach to osteoarthritis -

    January 1998 – Unraveling fibromyalgia -

  • 1997 Newsletters

    November / December 1997 – Imagination: a tool for change -

    October 1997 – Counteracting Cataracts -

    September 1997 – Depression Cured at Last by Sherry Rogers, M.D. -

    July / August 1997 – Vitamin E: The Cardiovascular Superstar -

    June 1997 – Maintaining a Healthy Prostate -

    May 1997 – ADD, ADHD, and other improbable diagnoses -

    April 1997 – Natural options for hormone replacement therapy -

    March 1997 – RECNAC Cancer Research Update -

    January 1997 – Nutritional medicine for the new millennium -

  • 1996 Newsletters

    November / December 1996 – Can imagery help heal? -

    October 1996 – Rheumatoid arthritis, The Center’s approach -

    September 1996 – Aging, a new look -

    July / August 1996 – The marvels of whole foods -

    June 1996 – It’s health fair time again! -

    May 1996 – A look at chelation -

    April 1996 – The riddle of allergies -

    March 1996 – Seven years of RECNAC cancer research -

    February 1997 -

    February 1996 – Antioxidant vitamins and beta-carotene in disease prevention -

    January 1996 – What is alternative medicine? -

  • 1995 Newsletters

    November / December 1995 – DHEA: what doesn’t it do? -

    October 1995 – Researchers find a key to coronary artery disease -

    September 1995 – More support for antioxidants in heart disease prevention -

    July / August 1995 – Violence and biochemistry -

    June 1995 – It is 100% genetic and 100% biochemical -

    May 1995 – Phytochemicals-plant food chemicals that prevent cancer -

    April 1995 – Getting over gas, bloat, and embarrassment -

    March 1995 – Pancreatic cancer research expanded -

    February 1995 – When we speak, our body is listening -

    January 1995 – Rethinking cholesterol -