Dr. Rollins Articles

Vitality for the Aging Man

Men, if you feel like you are losing your mojo then maybe it time to check your testosterone level. Aging men will have a predictable decline in the...

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Vitality for the Aging Woman

The goal of anti-aging is to slow, stop, or even reverse many of the changes associated with aging.  This means staying healthy, active, and vibrant...

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Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving is our nation’s official time for giving thanks, counting our blessings, and sharing kindness and courtesy to friends, family and even...

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Cancer Protocol

Every patient and every cancer is different, yet there are some common therapies that we have found helpful.  Our cancer protocol is simply...

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The Ten Hallmarks of Cancer

In two landmark scientific papers, Douglas Hanahan of the University of California, San Francisco and Robert Weinberg of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology described the Hallmarks of Cancer this way: Self-Sufficent Cell Division Cells are organized into tissues...

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The Language of Fats

The Language of Fats

Good fats, bad fats, trans fats, omega-3, omega-6, hydrogenated, unsaturated… it gets confusing trying to sort out which fats we are supposed to eat and which ones to avoid. With a little explanation and a little chemistry you will understand the language of fats –...

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T Helper Dominance

  TH-1 Dominance Natural killer and cytotoxic T-cell activity IL-2, IL-12, TNF-alpha, Interferon TH-2 Dominance B-cell activity IL-4, IL-13, IL-10 Compounds that stimulate TH-1 Astragalus Echinacea Andrographis Sambucus nigra (black elderberry) Mushrooms...

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Histamine avoidance diet

Histamine is a chemical created endogenously by the immune system and is present in some foods. By eliminating foods with histamine for six weeks to three months, and later reintroducing them, we can find which histamine laden foods your body can and can not tolerate....

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Hemochromatosis Diet

Hemochromatosis Diet

Notes on diet for hemochromatosis:  The most important things to avoid:  Iron supplementation  Fortified foods with iron &/or vitamin C Vitamin C supplements Red meat, shellfish (or consume very infrequently and pair with calcium-rich foods) Alcohol  The most...

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