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Pamela McDonald
Pamela McDonald is a leading integrative-medicine nurse-practitioner who has devoted her life to the prevention of heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and chronic illness. She has had special training in surgery, women’s health care, adult primary care, pediatrics, pediatric obesity, family practice, heart-disease prevention and nutrition; and sports, mind/body, energy, and botanical medicine. She is a graduate of Andrew Weil, M.D.’s Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. Pamela lives just outside San Francisco with her husband, Rick, and their three daughters. She works full-time in her own practice, as well as in a primary-care family medicine group; and she lectures on a regular basis.

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Is Drinking Alcohol Good for Your Health? Is alcohol harmful or protective? Alcohol consumption is a controversial subject in medicine today because it has shown both positive and negative... Comments
Are You Heart Healthy? “You’re one fit guy, Rick,” Dr. Humphrey told my husband. “You have the cholesterol results of a nineteen-year-old.” After his annual physical exam... Comments
Cholesterol Too High? The right diet for your APO E gene is what can truly heal your life. For 16 years, Dora had been working with her primary care doctor to solve her... Comments

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The Perfect Gene Diet by Pamela McDonald, N.P.

This comprehensive work by nurse practitioner Pamela McDonald reveals the latest breakthrough in health and nutrition focusing on the APO E gene, whic

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The Perfect Gene Diet
The Perfect Gene Diet

This comprehensive work by nurse practitioner Pamela McDonald reveals the latest breakthrough in health and nutrition focusing on the APO E gene, which affects cholesterol levels, heart and Alzheimer'

The Perfect Gene Diet
The Perfect Gene Diet

This comprehensive work by nurse practitioner Pamela McDonald reveals the latest breakthrough in health and nutrition focusing on the APO E gene, which affects cholesterol levels, heart and Alzheimer&