I have seen thousands of patients during my 30+ years of practicing medicine and running emergency rooms in the Las Vegas area. During this time, I have encountered every medical situation imaginable, and some unimaginable — the Las Vegas lifestyle often does not support good health. Jerry has been my patient for about 25 years. During that time, he has dealt with some difficult health issues, but he has progressively improved his blood profile. He now has one of the best blood profiles of any of my patients, to which he credits his diet/nutrition and supplementation program. I cannot argue with this assumption. I plan to provide a copy of this book to all my patients, as they all drink alcohol.
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