Wayne Persky was born, grew up, and currently lives in Central Texas. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, College of Engineering, with postgraduate studies in mechanical engineering, mathematics, and computer science. He has teaching experience in engineering, and business experience in farming and agribusiness.
Faced with debilitating digestive system issues and numerous food sensitivities that developed in mid-life, he discovered that the mainstream medical community was generally unprepared to provide effective support and treatment for health issues that are caused by dietary problems. He was inspired to spend thousands of hours over more than a dozen years studying research articles in medical journals available on the Internet in order to understand and treat his own dietary issues.
He currently administrates an online microscopic colitis discussion and support forum, while continuing to research medical issues that are not adequately addressed by mainstream medicine. He is also the founder and president of the Microscopic Colitis Foundation.
This book takes a quick and unique look at the relationship between the evolution of humans, agriculture, and crop biotechnology, including GMOs. It’s written from the perspective of a farmer who has food sensitivities, a science and engineering education, and experience in grain processing for the food industry. It discusses how we got to where we are now and why the trend is unlikely to change.
This book is based on new and additional information that was not available when the first book about Microscopic Colitis was published. It expands on information that was presented in the first book to provide new insight into successful treatment methods. It is written with the understanding that the reader has already read the information in the first book.
Probablemente, se trate del único libro que existe actualmente sobre la colitis microscópica, en el que se profundiza extensamente sobre su diagnóstico, los métodos que existen para afrontarla, así como algunos de los tratamientos que más éxito están generando y que suelen ser desconocidos en la comunidad médica.
A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is a virtual death sentence. Only about 6 % of pancreatic cancer patients survive longer than 5 years after diagnosis. Certain foods and certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies can greatly increase the risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Learn how a few changes to your diet can significantly reduce your risk of becoming another victim of pancreatic cancer.
This book describes the details of how autoimmune disease can develop by exploiting certain features of our immune system. And it explores the role that vitamin D plays in assisting our immune system in preventing the genetic changes that can lead to autoimmune disease, cancer, and other life-altering issues. Guidelines for helping to determine our own optimum vitamin D level are included.
This book discusses the history of microscopic colitis and how it is diagnosed. It covers all of the commonly-prescribed treatment methods, and successful drug-free treatments that are generally unknown by most GI specialists. It also covers cutting edge research, and it includes the author's theory of how inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, and autoimmune disease, may actually develop.