Dr. Joseph Prendergast – ProArgi-9 Plus Formulation Contributor

May 25, 2009

in Physician Reference

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Dr. Joseph Prendergast is an accomplished scientist and researcher who has been a practicing physician for over 35 years. During that time Dr. Joe has empowered countless patients in the art of self-care. By following Dr. Joe’s prescribed arginine therapy he has treated 5000 patients since 1993 without a single heart attack or stroke.

Since 1991, Dr. Joe has been personally using l-arginine and recommending it in his medical practice. “L-Arginine” benefits the body in a myriad of ways, says Dr. Joe. “We have now learned more about how l-arginine uses the two natural pathways into the brain to promote anti-aging properties, sports performance, and boost the immune system. Because l-arginine promotes healthy blood flow, it can also benefit human sexuality. ”

Dr. Joe is board-certified in internal medicine as well as endocrinology and metabolism. A graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, he completed a fellowship in endocrinology and metabolism at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and his research fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Joe is the author of over 40 medical articles in well-known publications such as the Journal of the American Medical Association, The New England Journal of Medicine, and Diabetes Care.

Dr. Joe’s first book, The Uncommon Doctor: Dr. Joe’s Rx for Managing Your Health, that reveals the secrets of preventive medicine and helps readers design a strategic wellness program, Dr. Joe hosts his own live Internet health program each week.

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DuAnn Bacon January 23, 2014 at 7:39 am

I would like to know if this product would help my 16 yr. old daughter who suffers from a brain condition called chiari 1 malformation, brain tonsils are descending into the spinal canal & a condition called posterial orthostatic tachycardia syndrome- it is an autonomic nervous system disorder that cause her blood volume to be low and when she stands up she is dizzy, loss of appetite, fatigue, etc….

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HTM Admin February 7, 2014 at 2:46 pm

DuAnn,

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, I am not aware of any specific element of ProArgi-9+ that would directly effect the issues you have described.

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john dyke February 26, 2012 at 2:50 pm

haven taken proargi-9 for just 5 weeks at 2 scoops x2/day shows decreas in total cholestrol frm 212 to 175,but LDL stayed same at 124 .Concerned that no affect on LDL .reading lot of your literture it does not mention any benifit in reducing LDL .So it must meam you do not claim any benifit .As I have clogged cartoid innner right artery ,and 70% on left side it concerns me as how does “desolved Plaque” (if it does ) get throug brain small vessels to Vein ,them back to Kidneys? As my condition shows calcified Plaque it is even more concern that any “desolving” actually takes place . could I increase dosage without side effects ? John

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admin February 27, 2012 at 12:15 pm

John,

I am glad to hear you have had some positive results in the short time you have been taking ProArgi-9+. You have a serious condition that should include a close relationship with your doctor. You appear to have that as your are getting test results. I can tell you that there is no reported benefits in the study. However many related benefits were noted as you have seen. ProArgi-9+ has not been reviewed by the FDA so there is no official claim that it prevents or treats any condition. However, the positive results of the study are for you to interpret for yourself. I have seen it help people with your condition. It may not address all of your concerns but should help with many others.

I would suggest that you try the dose used in the study that produced the results noted (click here for more). That is 4 scoops (5g) daily. You may see additional increase in the benefits you have already seen.

Again, please work closely with your doctor and keep us posted on your results. We look forward to hearing good news.

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