4 Superpower Anti-Aging Seeds That Fight Diseases

Today’s complex techno-world is full of man-made processed foods, synthetic medicines, and artificial replicas of just about everything.  Yet, there are 4 of Nature’s superpower anti-aging seeds that you can still turn to for good health, especially as you get older.  Here’s what they are… Super Seeds: 4 of Nature’s Best Anti-Aging Seeds and Health … Read more

A Cure for Hair Loss May Be Just Around the Corner

If you’re losing your hair, or have bald spots, take heart as new research findings reveal that restoring your full head of hair may be right around the corner.  This information came across my desk recently and I wanted to share it with my readers – especially those of you who are losing heart as … Read more

Are You Salting Yourself Sick?

Americans love their salt. It’s in all our processed, packaged and restaurant foods, and we add even more of it to our food as we eat it at the table.  Although salt is a necessary nutrient to human health, and a certain amount of it is essential for your good health, you may not know … Read more

Is “Frankenwheat” Fueling The Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic?

The FDA’s food pyramid says you should be eating between 6-10 servings of ‘whole grains’ every day.  For many people that translates into several wheat-based products throughout the day like toast or waffles for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch, wheat-based croutons on your salad, wheat in soups and other processed foods, etc.  At the same … Read more

Does Your Diet Include The Best Anti-Inflammatory Foods?

The New Year is just beginning and many of you have resolved to make some healthy changes in your life.  Some of you may want to lose a few pounds, or plan to get more exercise, which are both important changes to make. However, you may not be aware that one of the easiest, yet … Read more

The Incredible Health Benefits of Alpha Lipoic Acid

You may know that antioxidants are necessary for maintaining good health and staying youthful longer.  They fight free radical damage and oxidative stress – a kind of internal “rusting” – that weakens your DNA and causes you to age faster.  Yet, you may not know much about this particular antioxidant – alpha lipoic acid (ALA) … Read more

Nobiletin: Could It Be A Cure For Type 2 Diabetes?

Several of my patients who have type 2 diabetes frequently ask me what’s new in the treatment of it.  I’m happy to share some exciting news about an ingredient in tangerines called nobiletin that researchers are looking at as a possible prevention and treatment for the disease.  If you’re concerned about controlling your blood sugar … Read more

Probiotics Aid Digestion As Well As Prevent Cancer And Diabetes

In several of my previous newsletters, I’ve told you about the benefits of taking probiotics to aid in digestion.  Now, I’d like to tell you about another benefit of taking probiotics  – helping to prevent cancer.   Here’s how. Probiotics Suppress Bacteria and Inflammation You may recall my telling you previously that after age 30 your … Read more

What’s The Difference Between Farmed And Wild Seafood?

You likely know that you should get the health benefits of more fish in your diet. It’s a primary source of Omega-3 fatty acids and I frequently recommend my patients and readers get 2-3 servings per week. Yet, eating only 1 serving of fish per week can still reduce your risk of these diseases.  You … Read more

Orthopedic Products Don’t Say "Old"

I often recommend that my patients buy specially designed “orthopedic” products – shoes, pillows, mattresses – to safeguard and preserve their health.  Many of them feel this is an unnecessary expense and it makes them feel “old” using such products.  However, when I tell them how many health benefits are associated with using orthopedically correct … Read more

Stone Fruits Can Help Prevent Breast Cancer/Diabetes

It’s summer and stone fruits like peaches, plums and nectarines are in season and ripe for the picking.  I always recommend to my patients, and my readers, that they eat more fruit, as they are full of healthy antioxidants, vitamins and fiber content.  Now, I’d like to share with you two more important reasons you … Read more

Stomach Bacteria Raises Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Recently, a patient of mine was noted to have higher than normal hemoglobin A1c levels in her lab studies.  Hemoglobin A1c levels indicates how well your body is using insulin and should be within normal range if you are not diabetic or pre-diabetic. However, she was also complaining of frequent heartburn and stomach irritation, so … Read more

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