P. Fabian Garcia, MD

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Primary Care

MedHealth Clinical

1327 Winter Garden Vineland Rd.

Suite 130, Winter Garden

321-214-8860

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Q: Are antidepressant drugs my best option for treating depression?

A: Absolutely not. You might think so, with the way anxiety and depression have become such common pathologies in today’s society. But Xanax, Prozac, Zoloft, and all their serotonin-regulating cousins are only moderately effective. And they come laden with significant baggage, side effects like weight gain, sexual dysfunction, insomnia, and even seizures.

Sadly, in 2022 Big Pharma dictates what your doctor should prescribe for nearly all pathologies that exist today, from diabetes to depression. Because of Big Pharma’s stranglehold on American medicine in Washington, DC, prescriptions for Prozac, Celexa, Paxil, Abilify, Buspirone, and Zoloft have skyrocketed. In the process, billions of dollars have been made at the expense of a depressed, overmedicated American public.

What if I told you there is an answer?

There’s a drug the American public has not been told about. It’s supported by decades of studies proving its absolute safety. It is far more effective than any antidepressant for treating anxiety and depression. It’s on the WHO’s list of essential medicines.
And what’s more, let me repeat this—IT WORKS.

The drug is ketamine; a common anesthetic used every day in hospitals across the country. A very low dose administered under the tongue (sublingual) for anxiety and depression has been shown to induce remission (that’s the complete absence of symptoms) in 80% of patients!

Since Big Pharma can’t make money off ketamine—it’s unpatentable—doctors who have been trained in the American medical system are only gradually becoming unaware of its remarkable benefits.

If you or someone you know suffers from anxiety or depression and the information above has started you thinking, please contact us. We are here to help and we’ll answer all your questions.


Q: What is really the best way to lose weight and keep it off?

A: I see so many people wading though tons of products and techniques and diets, searching desperately for the best way to finally lose weight. There’s a lot of talk, and everyone seems to have an opinion. The truth is, you need to speak the language your body understands, and that language is hormones.

If you speak Swahili to a person who only knows Japanese, you won’t be surprised if they don’t respond appropriately. Obesity is the same; it is first and foremost a hormonal problem, and it won’t respond to a non-hormonal solution.

However, the same goes the other way around. Address the correct hormones in the right way and your body will have no choice but to respond the way you want it to.

Unfortunately, weight loss has become a giant Rubik’s Cube to Americans trying to get their weight under control. Television programs like The Biggest Loser lead us to believe that we need to exercise four hours a day to have success. Profit-driven companies push innumerable proprietary formulas, claiming they’re the “secret keys” to weight loss. How many “secret keys” can there be? It all does nothing but lead to confusion—and disappointment.

In the vast majority of cases it’s the hormone insulin that drives obesity. Any “diet” that lowers your body’s exposure to insulin will naturally result in weight loss, period.

The only question that really matters is which “diet” can you stick with for the next few decades to accomplish your goals? Which will you be able to turn into a lifestyle change?

Our specialists at MedHealth Solutions help folks just like you answer that question every day. We speak your body’s language and can show you which foods have your hormonal levels out of balance and how to take the necessary steps to right them. We also make sure they’re steps you can live with.

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