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 CALENDAR OF EVENTS ..................................................................................52


FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK ...........................................................................55 Virginia Kessinger


THE LEGACY CONTINUES .............................................................................57 A. Jay Kessinger IV, DC, ND, DABCI, DACBN


FOLIC ACID IS DANGEROUS, BUT FOLATES FOUND IN


FOODS ARE HEALTHY .....................................................................................58 Robert Thiel, Ph.D.,Nutrition Scientist and Clinician


REVISITING CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS


FOR IDIOPATHIC ADOLESCENT SCOLIOSIS ............................................63 Christopher Murray, DC, DABCI


COMPARISON BETWEEN CHIROPRACTIC AND LACTOBACILLUS IN THE REDUCTION OF CRYING TIME FOR


INFANTS WITH COLIC .....................................................................................66 Adrian Isaza, DC, DACBN, CCAP


CLINICAL TREATMENT PROTOCOL EMPHASIS ON NUTRITION


A TO Z - .....................................72 Anna Jurik, DC, RD, LDN, Daniel Richardson, MSc, PhD, CNC, Brett Martin, DC


FASTING CURCULATING GLUCOSE LEVELS IN THE NON-DIABETIC RANGE CORRELATE APPROPRIATELY


WITH MANY COMPONENTS OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME.........78 Harry G. Preuss, MD, Nate Mrvichin, Dallas Clouatre, Debasis Bagchi, PhD, Jeffrey M. Preuss, MD, Nicholas V. Perricone, MD, Gilbert R. Kaats, PhD


S-ADENOSYL-L-METHIONINE (SAM-e) IN COMBINATION


WITH B-VITAMINS AND AMINO ACIDS .....................................................91 Rachel Olivier, MS, ND, PhD


DABCI’S AND WHERE THEY ARE .................................................................97 


 




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