Blog Category: Healthcare


How To Tell the Difference Between COVID and Seasonal Viruses

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

The flu season is just starting, and with COVID and seasonal viruses present, already there’s an increase in influenza activity. The dominant strain this year is influenza A, subtype H3N2v. It’s a variant (denoted by the small “v”) of the swine flu pandemic strain H1N1 of 2009. And it has the potential to cause severe

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Comprehensive Gallstone Therapy

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

Your gallstone flush doesn’t work as well as you expected? About 70-80% of gallstones are hardened cholesterol. To prevent gallstone formation, lower your cholesterol. Your liver metabolizes cholesterol from food. Cholesterol is necessary for body and cell functions, including steroid hormones like estrogens. Excess cholesterol is dissolved by bile made in your liver and excreted

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency is Common, But Are we Also Facing an Epidemic of Too Much B12?

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) warns against Vitamine B12 overdose. Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble nutrient obtained from your diet or supplements. Any excess gets excreted in the urine. The problem started in the last decade with the availability of highly efficient oral and injectable forms of B12. It’s mainly these forms that lead

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7 Questions My Patients Ask Now About COVID-19

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

I wish the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic were over. But it’s not. In fact, we’re still in the OMICRON wave that started with BA.1 in late 2021 and mutated to BA.5 by summer 2022. Nor have we haven’t reached herd immunity or vaccinated our way out of this pandemic. We’re at an elevated plateau, but no longer

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Gallstones signs? Should I do a gallbladder flush? Get tested now

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

Most gallstones are composed of condensed cholesterol. True gallstones are composed of bilirubin and calcium. These stones are harder and large ones too difficult to pass with a gallbladder flush.  Your gallbladder is a small organ that does a big job. It stores bile produced in the liver to break down fats. It does this

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Flurona: Update Your 2022 Flu Season Preparedness

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

Stay vigilant because of combination infection by the flu and SARS-CoV-2, which health experts call Flurona. It’s hard enough keeping up with the latest pandemic twists and turns. We also must deal with seasonal influenza outbreaks. I’ve written extensively on surviving pandemic influenza in my books Viral Immunity and Beating the Flu. Many immune-supportive protocols

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Pre-Cleanse Program Effectively Designed

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

When to start your pre-cleanse program. Right before you plunge into an intense liver cleanse and gallbladder flush, it’s wise to prepare your body for deep tissue cleansing and prime detoxification pathways.  Optimal Health Requires Regular Detoxification Our bodies work tirelessly to build and maintain healthy tissue and prevent disease. But in the modern world,

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How To Navigate the Omicron Wave

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

Infectious disease experts caution us not to panic because Omicron is less harmful. We’re all tired of this pandemic, but it’s not time to become indifferent. Don’t think the Omicron variant is more contagious but less severe. That’s dangerously over-simplified thinking. Omicron is designated SARS-CoV-2 variant B.1.1.529 with the potential to cause serious disease and

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COVID vs Flu vs Cold: Is It Too Early To Prepare?

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

COVID vs Flu: catching a cold and getting the Flu are routine seasonal illnesses. We accept the inconvenience. Each fall through winter, 64 percent of those 18-30 years catch a cold. Adults in the U.S. get two to four colds every year. Children fare worse, getting up to eight colds each season.  And every year,

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COVID-19 Immune-Supportive Supplement Update

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

The Delta variant wave is profoundly concerning. Cases have increased and will continue to go up because it’s more infectious and spreads faster, and can make you sicker. But also because we let our guard down. For example, people who got vaccinated stopped wearing masks. And many unvaccinated people, tired of breathing through masks, didn’t

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