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The Environment and Alzheimer's...

Good news for Mary- Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a devastating, progressive illness, which can affect anyone after the age of 60.  In fact, AD is the most prevalent progressive neurodegenerative disease, responsible for 75% of all dementia cases today.  Sadly, it affects women much more than men.  The specific causes […]
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An Overview of Our IV Therapies

Intravenous Therapy is the method of getting nutraceuticals directly into the blood stream, which means that almost all of it is being absorbed.  When nutrients are taken through the mouth (via food or supplement), they are only partially absorbed, especially during times of high stress. EDTA Chelation What is it […]
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Is IV Therapy a Good Way to Get...

There are several way to get nutrients into our body…food usually being the main thing that comes to mind.  Vitamins/supplements usually come in at a close second.  But, what about Intravenous Therapy? IV Therapy seems to be a buzz word right now and IV clinics popping up with fun sounding […]
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Satiation

How understanding the Gut-Brain connection can help you lose weight. Overeating can make us gain weight, especially if its high fat,  high sugar  or just plain old junk food.  “Well…. I knew that”, you might say.  But how and why do some people feel full after a nutritious meal while […]
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Sex in Later Life: Better for Women...

By Dr. Dan Watts and Helena Williams, APRN-C Patients in their 60’s and 70’s tell us they enjoy sex more now than when they were younger.  Some people may find this hard to believe and ask,   “I’ve heard that as you get older, you lose it.  What’s their secret?” Historically, […]
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Common Environmental Chemical...

Learn about the dangers of Estrogen Mimics. (CNN) — Glyphosate, an herbicide that remains the world’s most ubiquitous weed killer, raises the cancer risk of those exposed to it by 41%, a new analysis says.  While the potential carcinogenic properties are the subject of widespread debate, the World Health Organization’s […]
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Can We Really Reverse the Aging...

Since the discovery of telomeres, doctors and scientist have dreamed of using them to control aging.  In 1973, Alexey Olonikov discovered that telomeres, which are tiny units of DNA at the very end of each chromosome, shorten each time the cell divides.  Hence, as you get older and your telomeres […]
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Why Does Long-Term Weight Loss Seem...

Because, with the “calories in, calories, out” approach, it usually is… “Only about one in every six Americans who have ever been overweight or obese loses weight and maintains that loss”, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers.   For a long time, weight loss was simplified with a […]
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Seminars – No-Brainers for Brain...

Video of No Brainers for Brain Health Toxins, nutrients, age, genetics….these all play a role in how our brains function.  We actually have a lot more control over brain power than previously thought!  Watch this semianr to learn more about the things that you can do to optimize your brain.
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Tired of Problems “Down There”?

We are talking UTIs, yeast infections, dryness, low libido hormone imbalances…the list goes on and on. Recurring gynecological problems aren’t just a bother…they can really get in the way of leading a happy, healthy, productive life.  In fact, gynecological issues can contribute to emotional trouble, relationship/intimacy problems, and physical issues […]
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Seminars – Bio-identical Hormone...

Video of Bioidentical Hormone Balancing Your body’s hormones (estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, cortisol, etc) produced in various glands of your body act as “messengers,” sending signals to your cells to function, grow, regulate or balance important body processes. Though it is well-known that the levels of some of these hormones fall […]
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Nobel -Prize-Winning Breakthrough May...

An article I read recently by Dr. Frank Shallenberger on a Nobel Prize winning scientist grabbed my attention.  Although this article  pertains to all of us,  if you suffer from memory problems,  it may be the most exciting news you read this year. Not long ago, Rita Levi-Montalcini celebrated her […]
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