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Dear Readers,

Welcome the April 2020 issue of TotalHealth Online Magazine.

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, presents, Plaquenil And Other Treatments for COVID 19. Plaquenil is Hydroxychloroquine and has been in the news daily. Read this article for a quick and easy understanding of how this drug can be extremely helpful for a cost of approximately ten dollars, compared to other treatments that can cost over a thousand dollars.

Athletic Recovery: Too Much Pain, No Gain, is the topic this month for Professor Gene Bruno, MS, MHS. He discusses that prevention is superior to treatment. And suggests that brutalizing your body is not the best prescription for a healthy body.

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS, brings us the next segment of Smart Recipes. This month she offers us Smart Fat Soups. After checking out staples like Gazpacho and Borscht; be sure to try the wonderful variations of Sweet and Zesty Carrot, Thai Chicken, and Roasted Chestnut soups.

Gloria Gilbere, CDP, DAHom, PhD, brings us April Showers Bring May Flowers… for your food that is! It’s an elegant and fun twist to use edible flowers to garnish your food. The flowers many of us grow, are not just for beauty, but make a welcome and healthy addition to our meals. Beware when choosing these colorful delights that they have been grown organically or in your own garden with no pesticides. Also, check to be sure the flowers you choose are not toxic.

This month Shawn Messonnier, DVM, finishes his series on Inflammatory Bowel Disease In Pets. He discusses the use of Probiotics to help reduce symptoms in your pets. Many pets will not eat yogurt, which is one of the simplest ways to ingest probiotics. However, supplements are available from your veterinarian that have proven successful in getting the organisms your pet needs, into their intestinal tract.

This month we include a media review of the book Overdose, by Benjamin Perrin. The book provides the reader with a look at the often, gut-wrenching world of opioid overdose. Unfortunately, this problem may impact many of us directing or indirectly at some point in our lifetime.

Thank you to our authors, readers, and advertisers for making TotalHealth Online possible.

Wishing you a happy and safe spring from all of us at TotalHealth.

Best in health.

TWIP—The Wellness Imperative People

Click here to read the full April 2020 issue.

  • Publisher’s Notes
  • Plaquenil And Other Treatments for COVID 19
    Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
  • Media Review, Overdose
    Benjamin Perrin
  • Got Fibromyalgia And Sensitive To Everything? Part 2: Food Sensitivity
    Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
  • Athletic Recovery: Too Much Pain, No Gain
    Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, RH(AHG)
  • Smart Fat Soups
    Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS
  • April Showers Bring May Flowers
    Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DAHom, PhD
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease In Pets Part 4
    Shawn Messonnier, DVM

Click here to read the full April 2020 issue.

Total Health