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Joel Kahn, MD, FACC
Joseph Lamb, MD
- Heart disease has an extended pre-clinical phase offering great opportunities for prevention. It is crucial to identify the risk and presence of disease early.
- Obesity is not the cause of diabetes, atherosclerosis, hypertension and heart disease, instead it is the earliest sign and symptom to be appreciated.
- There are multiple natural agents that are understood to lower blood pressure, blood cholesterol, and blood sugar that work.
Joel Kahn, MD, FACC
Hello everybody, welcome back to another episode. An interview from reverse your heart disease naturally summit. But really really pay attention because one of the most common series of questions he has been. How do I naturally approach my blood sugar, my blood cholesterol, my blood pressure. I don’t want to be on drugs. I want to be on less drugs. You always got to work with your doctor and that. So I brought in a dear friend and a world expert and let me introduce him. Dr. Joseph Lamb, M. D. He’s in his office on the west coast of the United States. He did undergrad at Medical college of Virginia in Richmond, went ahead to internal medicine at Presbyterian University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, one of the premier medical centers in this case in Philadelphia. Dr. Lamb is very academic.
Double board certified in internal medicine and holistic integrative medicine and is certified. In addition by something called the Institute for functional medicine. We’ve known each other for over a decade. I’ve seen him luxury. I would call him my mentor as I sat through his lectures but he also has the experience of over 20 years of private practice. So he really deals with patients that have real problems just like you’re listening. Co owner, medical director of the personalized lifestyle medicine center by meta genic and gig Harbor, Washington. The state of Washington. He’s been the investigator in over 75 clinical research studies and medical director for nature’s sunshine products in Utah So he brings real that great academic and clinical and industry combination that puts it all together. So Dr. Lamb Joe thanks so much for taking your time.