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  • TahoeFest 2013 Prices Lowered

    By Mark Schauss | March 11, 2013

    We’ve listened to you and decided to lower the price for TahoeFest 2013 to $495. Also, we are offering scholarships and discounts to anyone who needs them just as my mentor Robert Crayhon had done with his Boulderfest conferences. It is my sincere wish that everyone has the opportunity to come to this conference and learn from the phenomenal speakers we have lined up for you. I also don’t want cost to hold anyone back.

    The tools that will be taught to the attendees are the kind that will have a large impact on the health and well being of countless people which is why I so want to get as many people to TahoeFest as possible. Not only that, but the venue is one of the most beautiful in the world. To sign up, call 775-851-3337 or go to the Knowledge Through Solutions website.

    Topics: Conferences, Health, Healthcare, Laboratory Tests | No Comments »

    TahoeFest 2013 – Practical Tools for Your Practice

    By Mark Schauss | February 19, 2013


    Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe - TahoeFest 2013

    TahoeFest 2013, to be held to the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Incline Village, Nevada on the shores of Lake Tahoe is shaping up as the go to seminar of the year. Hosted by yours truly, Mark Schauss, it will provide the attendees practical tools to help improve their practice. The prestigious group of speakers includes Luke Bucci, PhD, Ryan Bentley, DC, John Young, MD, Karen Hotchkiss, MD, and Mark Newman, MS. When the TahoeFest 2013 conference is over, you will be able to put all of the information presented into use the first day you are back at your practice.

    Here is a run down on some of the topics and speakers that will be presenting at TahoeFest 2013:

    Dr. Ryan Bentley, DC – Sex, Lies and Cholesterol and  Hitting the Target in Diagnosing and Treating Thyroid and Carbohydrate Metabolism Dysfunction

    Dr. Luke Bucci, PhD – Joint and Arthritis Supplements and the Real Facts Behind Them

    Mark Newman, MS – A New Paradigm in Hormone Testing: Diurnal Urine Testing

    Mark Schauss, DBA – Advanced Ways to Utilize Laboratory Testing to Get Maximum Results,  Elite Athlete Case Studies, and  Safe and Effective Heavy Metal Detoxification Protocols

    Karen Hotchkiss, MD – Reversing Rheumatoid Arthritis – A Case Study

    John Young, MD – Reversing Type II Diabetes in 6 weeks

    To sign up for TahoeFest 2013 just click this link.

    For reservations and special room rates of $159 per room (this is an incredible deal for this world class resort), please use the link below or call the Hyatt at 888-421-1442 and say that you are attending the Lab Interpretation Informational Talk. Hyatt Room Reservations

    The conference location is one of the most beautiful spots in the world. Come and spend some time relaxing in their indoor-outdoor pool or just take in the incredible scenery that is sure to make the trip a memorable one.

    Topics: Conferences, Health, Healthcare, heavy metals, Laboratory Tests, Seminar | No Comments »

    Change in Blog Site

    By Mark Schauss | December 8, 2012

    In order to combine both my blog site and my podcast site, we have changed websites. You can now go to www.letstalkrealhealth.com to get my latest blogs and podcasts. On top of that, I will be publishing all of the late Robert Crayhon’s Nutrition Medical Update interviews. Ten of them are already available to listen to.

    Sorry for the inconvenience but I felt that a new and more vibrant site was easier to work with.

    Topics: Uncategorized | No Comments »

    September Seminar on Chronic Illness and Inflammation

    By Mark Schauss | June 2, 2011

    On September 23, 24 and 25, 2011, I along with the Health Medicine Academy are putting on a seminar on Chronic Illness and Inflammation. We have a great group of speakers sharing amazing information.

    If you want more information about the seminar or to sign up, click here!

    Topics: Uncategorized | No Comments »

    How to do the Organic Acid and LEAP MRT Combo Test

    By Mark Schauss | March 28, 2011

    How to do the Organic Acid and LEAP MRT

    For those of you who have purchased the Poliquin Entry Level Lab Test Package, here are the instructions on how to properly run the test.

    Topics: Uncategorized | No Comments »

    Big Losses in 2010

    By Mark Schauss | December 28, 2010

    This year, we lost a few amazing people to cancer, a couple of whom were very close friends. First, in September my dear friend, incredible educator, and amazing person Robert Crayhon succumbed to colon cancer. Then on Christmas Day, Nancy Smith died from complications to pancreatic cancer. Both of these people were gifted healers who cared more about others than themselves. Please have a place in your prayers for both of them.

    Topics: Life | No Comments »


    By Mark Schauss | November 10, 2010

    Next year I will be putting on a number of seminars the first of which is part of the Four Seasons Seminar series on March 18-20th, 2011 at the Firesky Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. We will have a number of speakers, most of whom are health care practitioners, who will address the issue of Chronic Illness and the Endocrine System. Flyer Four Seasons Seminar Scottsdale.  In September 23-25th, 2011 we will be holding the second seminar in Bellevue, Washington with the focus being on Inflammation. We will be sending out more information on that shortly but don’t forget to save that date.

    My second seminar is a two-day lecture on all things about laboratory testing. From basic blood chemistry’s to organic and amino acids, enviromental toxicity testing and food intolerance, you will walk away with a deep understanding of when to order a test, how to get the most out of the results and what are the best labs to utilize. Also, I will be sharing my 27+ years of experiences in the health field like how to lower systolic hypertension for pennies a day, testing to see whether you are hydrated adequately while sitting down, where I look for the latest in health and medical research, how to properly read and interpret research and much, much more. Both breakfast and lunch will be provided in a one of the most beautiful settings in the world, Lake Tahoe. Seating is limited so sign up here soon as it will sell out quickly.

    Also, don’t forget to head on over to my podcast site where I talk about research in the field of health and the environment. Lots of great information there.

    Topics: Health, Laboratory Tests, Research, Websites | No Comments »

    Genetic Test? For the Birds?

    By Mark Schauss | July 23, 2010

    A recent Congressional hearing uncovered something I’ve been saying for a while, that genetic testing and acting on the results just isn’t ready for prime time. At Burlingtonfest, I commented that just because you have a gene doesn’t mean it is expressing itself. The gene is like a key to a car, it can turn it on, but an outside force must be used to do that. Our outside environment activates genes for good or bad. Toxins are a leading cause of bad expressions of genes. See more on this subject here.

    Topics: Uncategorized | No Comments »

    Dryer Sheets – Yuck!!!

    By Mark Schauss | July 21, 2010

    Want to know what is in fabric softeners? Well according to Care2 here is a list of what is contained in a number of these household products:

  • Benzyl acetate: Linked to pancreatic cancer.
  • Benzyl Alcohol: Upper respiratory tract irritant.
  • Ethanol: On the EPA’s Hazardous Waste list and can cause central nervous system disorders.
  • Limonene: Suspected Gastrointestinal or Liver Toxicant, Immunotoxicant,
    Kidney Toxicant, Neurotoxicant,
    Respiratory Toxicant, and Skin or Sense Organ Toxicant. 
  • A-Terpineol: Can cause respiratory problems, including fatal edema, and central nervous system damage.
  • Ethyl Acetate: A narcotic on the EPA’s Hazardous Waste list.
  • Camphor: Causes central nervous system disorders.
  • Chloroform: Neurotoxic, anesthetic and carcinogenic.
  • Linalool: A narcotic that causes central nervous system disorders.
  • Pentane: A chemical known to be harmful if inhaled
  • Another chemical that supposedly comes out of dryer sheets is toluene which is a dangerous neurotoxin. Thanks to Dr. Peck for that tip.

    Pretty scary eh? What purpose does a fabric softner really have? Dryer sheets actually accelerate the deterioration of clothes so why use them. Do you really need the smell and short-term softness? I hope not.

    Topics: Environment, Health, Petrochemicals, Solvents, Toxicity | 3 Comments »

    Seizures or Autism – Are we getting the diagnosis wrong?

    By Mark Schauss | July 19, 2010

    Thought provoking talk by Aditi Shankardass: A second opinion on learning disorders. It says that many of the children being diagnossed as autistic are actually having seizures. Fascinating talk.

    Topics: autism, Health, Healthcare, Neurological Disorders | No Comments »

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