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Mar 12 18 tweets 7 min read
Microplastics are everywhere. They are ubiquitous. In your water. In your food. In the air you breathe.

Until now, the narrative focused on environmental impacts. That's a mistake.

Microplastics are slowing killing us. Some faster than others.

In this Mega-Thread I'll explain. Image Microplastics are minuscule pieces of plastic, less than 5 mm in size by definition.

They are made of pretty much anything plastic:
- tires
- clothing
- rubber tubing
- cosmetic products
- anything plastic-based

They are ubiquitous in the environment. How'd they get there? Image
Sep 12, 2023 12 tweets 4 min read
Here's what I would do if I were Aaron Rodgers:

The Jets QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon tear. At age 39, this may be a career-ender.

If he wants to play again, he needs to put in the work.

Here's what I would do. Image I am not your doctor and this isn't medical advice.

The Achilles tendon runs from the back of the calf to the heel. It's a dense band of connective tissue responsible for plantar flexion of the foot.

When it breaks, the ability to lift the foot is limited. Image
Sep 7, 2023 13 tweets 4 min read
The Angel of Death

Josef Mengele is the most infamous of the Nazi doctors. He was a butcher. A monster.

And sadly, he was one of the most influential doctors in history.

Let's talk about the legacy of the Nazi doctors. The good, the bad (lots), and the ugly. Image Josef Mengele earned a cum laude MD from the University of Frankfurt. He was an anthropologist by training and published some unimportant papers on cleft palate.

He joined the SS and was transferred to Auschwitz in 1942, where he continued his research. Image
Aug 30, 2023 9 tweets 3 min read
Galen of Pergamum: Roman Physician and Philosopher

Born circa 129 AD, Galen was a Greek physician whose works influenced medicine for centuries.

He was one of the most renowned thinkers and researchers in Roman history. His legacy exists to this day.

Let's find out why. Image Galen was a supporter of Hippocrates theory of the "humors"

But he expanded on this theory. He believed human illness was caused by an imbalance of the 4 humors and 4 temperaments:

- blood – sanguine
- black bile – melancholic
- yellow bile – choleric
- phlegm – phlegmatic Image
Aug 16, 2023 12 tweets 4 min read
Here's what I would do if I was overweight:

Over half the American population is overweight. This ranges from a little chunky to a full-on land whale.

Regardless of where I fell on this spectrum, as a doctor, here are the steps I would take to lose weight. Image Let's get one thing straight, I am not your doctor. Ask them for medical advice because this isn't it.

We've all found ourselves on the heavier side at some point. How you respond to it is what matters. Follow these steps and you'll be back on track in no time.
Mar 28, 2023 5 tweets 2 min read
High testosterone is a heavy burden.

Young men walk through the fire of adolescence and learn to control their testosterone-driven urges to fight and f**k.

Transgender people don't have that life experience. Image When you start taking exogenous testosterone in your 20s and beyond, you're a fully formed human.

Without guidance, these feelings and impulses can be difficult to control.

We see the same effect in young men who grow up without a father figure to guide them through this time.
Mar 22, 2023 5 tweets 2 min read
Today we take the first step toward fixing the broken health information space.

Renegade Health Magazine has officially launched. Image Grab a PDF copy here on Gumroad.
Feb 10, 2023 7 tweets 1 min read
Most of the weight loss from Ozempic and Wegovy comes from muscle loss and bone demineralization.

You end up in a worse place than when you started. Why is this the case?

People feel full on these drugs. They don't eat as much, and when they do eat it usually low quality food.

This leads to nutritional deficiencies.
Feb 7, 2023 9 tweets 2 min read
The vaccine mandates will end up giving us better data than anyone imagined.

They may even be a net-positive, given enough time.

This is a controversial take, so make sure you read the whole thread and understand the argument.

Short 🧵 Over the last 40 years the number of recommended or required childhood vaccines has skyrocketed.

Kids get dozens of shots over their childhood.
Jan 27, 2023 7 tweets 3 min read
**Contest Announcement**

If you're a graphic artist, this is for you.

Renegade Health Magazine is launching in March. You can't launch a magazine without a cover.

Here's your time to shine. Read below for contest rules and details. Here's how it'll go:

Submit your proposal for the magazine cover to @DoctorAnarchist, @RenHealthMag, or email it to Renegade Health Mag (see profile).

The top 3-5 will be selected and voted on.

The winner's art will become the cover for the first edition of RHM.
Jan 25, 2023 10 tweets 2 min read
Here's what I would do if myself or a loved one developed cancer.

This isn't a foolproof guide, but a good place to start.

This is my top 7
🧵 1) Vitamin D

I'd get plenty of time in the sun and supplement if necessary.

Vitamin D is necessary for immune health as well as various other functions in the body.

The goal would be 80-110 ng/mL.
Jan 23, 2023 8 tweets 2 min read
Ventilators killed people with COVID.

This is a proven and well-understood fact at this point. But it's not as cut and dry as it seems. There are reasons it was a necessity.

Small thread on ventilators and COVID.🧵 Early in the pandemic, ventilators became the mainstay of therapy for severe, advanced covid.

People were being intubated, sedated, and sustained with ventilators at historic rates. Shortages were common.…
Jan 21, 2023 4 tweets 1 min read
We are going to see historic rates of cancer in the next 10 years.

There's two main reasons for that. 1) Lifestyle

Estrogen is carcinogenic. More body fat means more estrogen. We are fatter than ever with no end in sight.

Exercise also directly reduces estrogen levels. You know what people don't do anymore? Exercise.
Jan 13, 2023 7 tweets 2 min read
Long COVID will be a pandemic.

It has to be. There are too many special interests and too much money at play.

Let's look at a few reasons why (short thread)🧵 1) Big Pharma

Developing treatments for long COVID will earn billions for Big Pharma.

Vaccines, pills, injections, you name it, they'll make it.

It's a win-win for them. The government will cover their losses. Only upside.

Follow the money.
Jan 9, 2023 11 tweets 4 min read
The American Academy of Pediatrics is in the tank for Big Pharma.

Their newest clinical practice guidelines addressing childhood obesity is a billion dollar gift to their donors.

Let's break it down 🧵 Image Childhood obesity is huge problem in the pediatric population.

1 in 5 children are obese.

This has lifelong ramifications. Obese children become obese adults. Obese adults have obese children.

Obesity is not healthy, regardless of what anyone tells you.
Jan 6, 2023 13 tweets 4 min read
Public Health has been exposed for the scam it is.

Over the last 3 years, Public Health officials like Dr. Fauci proved they suck at preserving public health.

Dirty little secret: they always have

Here's 5 things they got horribly wrong. And 1 they got right.
🧵 1) Vitamin and Mineral Recommendations

Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) is designed to tell the public how much of each nutrient they need to maintain health.

They are mostly made up.

These started during WWII with the National Academy of Sciences committee.
Jan 6, 2023 9 tweets 3 min read
Damar Hamlin is alive and able to communicate for 2 reasons:

1) God's grace

2) The fast response and skill of his first responders

Let's break down how they kept him alive and preserved his brain as well as they did.
🧵 When Damar Hamlin tackled Dion Dawkins, he took a good hit.

I'm not going to post the video. You can search for it if interested.

After this hit Hamlin lost consciousness and fell to the ground.
Dec 30, 2022 13 tweets 5 min read
Andrew Tate is orchestrating the ultimate psyop.

The arrest of Top G and his brother is too suspicious. Something smells funny.

I have it figured out. Let's put it all together. 🧵

*DISCLAIMER: This is wild speculation and may be completely wrong. Image First of all, Tate is a master self-marketer. He has risen to prominence in a short amount of time.

He's on every show. He thrives on controversy. He's over the top. He thrives on controversy.

What I'm proposing seems sensational, but so does owning 33 cars.

Here we go. Image
Dec 28, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
When I posted how meta-analysis are misleading yesterday, I got 2 responses:

1) Argue they were never considered high standard of truth
2) Argue they are not currently considered high standard of truth by mainstream medicine

Both of these are objectively wrong. Cochrane review has been considered one of the gold standards in medicine. They can shift the entire field with one big study – a meta-analysis.

Meta-analysis has been taught as the highest standard of proof for decades. Image
Dec 21, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
Do you ever think about how in 2016 the United States Preventative Services Task Force recommended statins as primary prevention of heart disease based on a 2013 Cochrane Review meta-analysis which included 18 studies funded partially or entirely by Big Pharma companies? Here's the study and here's the relevant quote.

Does that seem credible?…
Dec 18, 2022 13 tweets 2 min read
We shouldn't trust doctors when it comes to covid severity.

They have the wrong training and wrong experience to assess the situation accurately.

I'll explain 4 reasons why in this thread 🧵 Doctors treat covid patients so of course they see how the virus really acts, right?


Here we go.