Are NAD+ IVs the Key to Mitochondrial Function, Longevity and Peak Athletic Performance?

IV infusion of NAD+ are gaining popularity among athletes due to the observed mitochondria ATP production that follows, as well as improvements in endurance, strength, stamina and athletic performance.  Vitamin and therapeutic IV treatments are gaining popularity with athletes throughout the country. Although still controversial, there are reasons to believe that the IV route of […]

Is Stress Making You Sick?

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By Dr. Wally Taylor Tina’s Story Tina recently came to see me as a new patient in my clinic. Tina had always been a worrier and she had battled feeling anxious and having trouble sleeping through the night for years. These had been manageable problems for her. Then something happened that changed things for Tina […]

Suffering from Mold Illness? Often Misdiagnosed, Learn the Signs

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By Dr. Wally Taylor Mold Toxin (Mycotoxin) Exposure Often Goes Undiagnosed Do you have unexplained symptoms but don’t know why? Have you been exposed to mold, have symptoms, but don’t know what to do about it? I can offer help. Symptoms of Mold Toxin Exposure Mold toxin/mycotoxin toxicity can be caused by the direct toxic […]

Disorder of Methylation Key to Many Chronic Diseases

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By Wally Taylor MD Recently there has been quite a lot of buzz around methylation and its contributing role to many different health conditions including autistic spectrum disorder (autism, ADD, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder), autoimmune disorders (rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, autoimmune thyroiditis, inflammatory bowel disease, type 1 diabetes), mood disorder (anxiety, depression), heart disease, stroke and […]

Functional Allergy Remedies to Stop Suffering from Cedar Fever

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By Wally Taylor MD As we approach the end of the year many Central Texas residents are suffering the misery of “cedar fever”.  Cedar fever is actually a misnomer as this illness which causes symptoms from December to February is caused by sensitivity to pollen of the Ashe Juniper which is a small evergreen tree […]