This week, I did a podcast interview with Dr. Steven Hotze, and I will announce the date when the podcast airs in a few weeks.
Google Dr. Hotze to learn more about him. Dr. Hotze is an alternative MD, and a good one. It’s encouraging to find an allopathic medical doctor who is open-minded to alternatives, listens to his patients, and focuses less on Big Pharma and more on getting you well.
Dr. Hotze wanted to learn more about the artificial sweeteners, so he did what all of us should do – he contacted an expert.
We had an awesome interview – we talked about the history creating the aspartame dangers, the down-side of the sugar alcohols, like sorbitol and erythritol, the safety of stevia, sucralose side effects, and the truth about saccharin.
We got into details about hypo-and hyper-thyroid issues, IBS, weight gain, cancer treatments, and much more.
Two days after the interview, I received these beautiful flowers from Dr. Hotze thanking me for a great interview.
I’d say that this MD is a winner, and one worth contacting for some good advice. (and beautiful flowers)
DR. STEVEN F. HOTZE is the founder of the Hotze Health & Wellness Center in Houston, Texas, and the founder of the American Academy of Biologically Identical Hormone Therapy.
Hotze Health & Wellness Center
20214 Braidwood Dr
Katy, TX 77450
- 832) 739-9048
Dr. Hotze has written several great books that you can find on Amazon:
- Do a 180: Join the Wellness Revolution
- Hormones, Health, and Happiness
- Hypothyroidism, Health & Happiness
You can get my books, Sweet Poison and Splenda: Is It Safe Or Not? on Amazon, too.
Join us for the podcast, and I’ll notify you as soon as the date is set to air.
All the best in health.
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