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    TahoeFest 2013 Prices Lowered

    Monday, March 11th, 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 […]

    TahoeFest 2013 – Practical Tools for Your Practice

    Tuesday, February 19th, 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 […]

    Seminars

    Wednesday, November 10th, 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 […]

    Disturbing Trend – Phthalates

    Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

    Over the years, I’ve lectured and at times ranted about the problem with phthalates in our environment. Well, I’m here to rant a little more because of a disturbing trend I’m seeing. When I get a call from a university medical center concerned with a dramatic increase in the number of under 30 year old […]

    I’m Back – With a Cautionary Tale

    Friday, April 30th, 2010

    Sorry to all my loyal readers, it’s been an unusual year fraught with lots of stress. I had to deal with and get rid of all those distractions so I could concentrate on my blogs, podcasts and the like. Now that all that nonsense is over with, I can get back to the work at […]

    Podcast update

    Friday, June 26th, 2009

    After another long hiatus, I’ve restarted my podcast and vow to keep up with a regular schedule. The latest interview is with Shari Kingston Adams who runs the Sykia Group, an educationbased marketing agency focused on the health lifestyles industry. For any health care professional who wants to improve their practice and increase the educational […]

    DNA Testing – Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Thursday, April 9th, 2009

    DNA testing is the latest fad to hit the health market. Companies like Navigenics are selling test kits that will supposedly tell you if you have increased risks for developing a number of diseases like Alzheimer’s, breast cancer, cardiovascular disease, macular degeneration and many more. From there, you can make the appropriate lifestyle changes that […]

    Possible Cautionary Use of Glycine in Prostate Cancer

    Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

    In the February 12, 2009 issue of Nature, researchers led by Sreekumar reported on the correlation between the progression of prostate cancer and the amino acid sarcosine. Sarcosine¬†is derived from glycine and methionine through methylation pathways. Functionally low levels of vitamin B2, aka riboflavincan cause a build-up of sarcosine as well as low folic acid […]

    A New Podcast

    Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

    After taking a 2 1/2 month hiatus, I’ve gotten back into the “studio” and begun a new series of podcasts¬†starting with the one today which is on a lab test I recommend everyone do at least once if not more over, the Environmental Pollutants Biomarker urine test from US Biotek, available from Lab Interpretation LLC. […]

    LEAP MRT – A Tech Sheet on What the Test Does

    Friday, December 5th, 2008

    As anyone who has read my book or been to my other blog site – markschauss.com, knows, the LEAP MRT test by Signet Diagnostics helped save my daughter Tasya’s life. It was such an important tool in helping her not only control her seizures but in also helping to control her temper tantrums. We will […]

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