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The Road To Health is Paved With Good Intesti...

The mind body connection is not nearly as “fringe”, today in medicine, as it once was. Those at UCLA have recently demonstrated a way to modulate brain function, with a simple dietary ingredient, doing a whole lot more than just...

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Circadian Rhythm & Obesity

Time and time again, literature has questioned the link between sleep habits and the increasing rates of obesity. Over the last 3 decades we have seen a precipitous incline in the number of adults and children presenting to their Physicians/Health...

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Curcumin’s Hidden Benefits

Curcumin tested in human clinical trials have shown anti-cancer activity promise.  In contrast to using chemotherapy drugs, Curcumin is tolerated and considered safe. Complaints of the gastrointestinal tract, simple digestive concerns, or those of cancer, show great promise with the...

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Glutathione Depletion: Who Is At Risk?

Picture of America: A physician’s perspective Patients today do not eat the foods we intend nor in the amounts we hope. As they age they continue to add to their toxic load and also sleep less and less. This increases...

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Vitamin D3-25(OH)D serum Levels and Mortality

In cross-sectional multivariate analyses, increasing age, female sex, nonwhite race, diabetes, current smoking, and higher body mass index were all independently associated with higher odds of 25(OH)D deficiency (lowest quartile at <17.8 ng/mL, while greater physical activity, vitamin D supplementation,...

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Ab Fact

Simply training your abdominal muscles without improving other behaviors such as your nutritional habits is likely to just build “a rock under a marshmallow.” Your “6 pack” is there. It simply lacks the plastic wrap that holds it together. Proper...

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Veggies, Curcumin & Immunity

Scientists at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, working together with the Medical Research Council’s National Institute for Medical Research, have recently carried out a new study that looked at how green vegetables influence immunity. Published in the online Journal Cell...

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Is There an Alternative to Statin Therapy?

Not everyone is a candidate for statins and exercise and Slow Release Niacin are two very effective ways to raise HDL and have and effect on TG’s too. Just wanted to add there are many ways to benefit TG’s and...

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Grape Seed Extract-GSE and Healthy Brain Agin...

Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that Grape Seed Extract (GSE)-a very powerful antioxidant, may help prevent the development or delay the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. The purpose was to evaluate the ability of grape-derived polyphenols (...

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Ignite Your Nervous System

What is the difference between age related memory decline, and something more serious? Where is our ounce of prevention? vs. a pound of cure? As we advance in years, our nervous tissue need a little more time to ignite. It’s...