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Physician’s Fact Sheet: Vitamin E


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 13th, 2024

mixed nuts fat source of vitamin E 300x204Reading Time: 3 minutes Knowing what different vitamins and minerals can do for you and your health is essential. The more you know, the better you’ll be able to determine which supplements are right for you regarding your health and/or fitness goals. One vitamin that has many benefits for your health and that you want to ensure you get the recommended amount is vitamin E or alpha-tocopherol. Fast Facts on Vitamin E There are water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins, and vitamin E is the fat-soluble type. This means that more of the vitamin will be absorbed if you consume healthy fats with your supplement. Vitamin … Continue reading

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Pistachios: You’re Not Nuts


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 2nd, 2024

pistachios are a health food 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes A lot of people think that pistachios are a kind of nut. But they’re not nuts. They’re actually the seeds of the pistachio tree. And, as you probably already know, boy are they yummy! But it’s not only your palate that benefits when you eat pistachios – your health can benefit too. Here are some of the health benefits of eating pistachios. • Studies have shown that eating pistachios can actually increase the healthy ability of your blood vessels to move and flex. • Eating pistachios can lower the amount of sugar in the human bloodstream. • Eating pistachios can … Continue reading

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Raspberries – Delicious Portal to Shining Good Health


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on March 28th, 2024

raspberries are an important health food 300x212Reading Time: 3 minutes Raspberries have a long history of use by humans. They are native to parts of Europe, Asia, and North America and have been consumed by people for thousands of years. Raspberries belong to the plant family Rosaceae, and there are several species of raspberry, including red, black, and golden. Raspberries have been used for a variety of purposes throughout history. They have been eaten fresh or dried and used to make various products, including jam, jelly, and wine. In addition to their use as food, raspberries have also been used for medicinal purposes. They are a rich source of antioxidants … Continue reading

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Adding Cranberries to Your Diet can Really Add Zest – and Health – to Your Life.


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on March 24th, 2024

cranberries are great for your health 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Cranberries are a type of fruit that are native to North America and have a tart, acidic taste. They are often consumed in the form of cranberry juice, sauce, or dried cranberries. There are several potential health benefits associated with consuming cranberries. Here are a few: May help prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs): Cranberries contain compounds called proanthocyanidins that may help prevent bacteria from attaching to the urinary tract. This may help reduce the risk of UTIs, particularly in women. May have anti-inflammatory effects: Some studies have suggested that cranberries may have anti-inflammatory effects, which could potentially be beneficial for … Continue reading

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Have You Heard About the 21st Century Breakthroughs in Hormone Replacement Therapy?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on March 13th, 2024

bhrt medical solutions team 300x216Reading Time: 6 minutes BHRT Medical Solutions Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT): a Revolution in Medicine, Health, Longevity & Quality of Life Thank you for contacting us and for considering hormone replacement therapy. Our medical center serves all 50 United States and US territories for both women and men over age 30 who can benefit from hormone replacement. Our physicians are up to date board-certified and experts in Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Our doctors have, on average, a minimum of ten years of experience in providing professional HRT, HGH shots, testosterone shots, Sermorelin shots, supplementation for human longevity, Integrative or Cell Regeneration Medicine. Call … Continue reading

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Eat Healthier with White Flour Alternatives


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on March 3rd, 2024

white flour dough 300x196Reading Time: 4 minutes If you're interested in improving your health, reducing your caloric intake, and stabilizing your insulin levels, avoiding white flour is one of the smartest ways you can adapt your diet for improved nutrition and well-being. Though white flour and powdered sugar taste very different, they have the same metabolic effect on the body. Because these two foods are so highly processed, the calories are absorbed directly into the bloodstream, which leads to a severe spike in insulin levels. Over-reliance on white flour also harms cholesterol levels, increasing the concentration of LDL cholesterol. Luckily, there are many alternatives to white flour … Continue reading

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The Relationship Among Testosterone, Obesity, and Alzheimer’s Disease


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on March 2nd, 2024

sermorelin doctor resembling G Man 200x300Reading Time: 4 minutes Over the last generation, billions of dollars have been spent on Alzheimer's research. As we continue to learn more about the science of Alzheimer's, we recognize that many conditions are correlated with a higher instance of the disease. While we do not understand the real causes of Alzheimer's disease, new treatments are being developed to slow down the ongoing progression of the disease and improve the quality of life for patients. Because Alzheimer's is such a complex disease, it is studied by various sectors of the medical community. For example, Alzheimer's Disease is one of the central topics in the … Continue reading

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Three Kinds of Body Fat and How They Impact Your Health


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on February 16th, 2024

man body fat 6676772_960_720 300x191Reading Time: 3 minutes Body fat is widely misunderstood. Millions of people are looking for ways to get rid of body fat, whether it's through dieting, exercise, plastic surgery, or a magic pill. While it's true that the United States is in the throes of an obesity epidemic, our bodies depend on fat for survival. Our understanding of fat has rapidly evolved over the last thirty years.  As recently as 1990, even most physicians thought of fat as merely an inert means to store calories. Since the turn of the century, research has provided volumes of evidence that body fat is not simply inert … Continue reading

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Some of the most effective Weight Loss Injection and Diet Injection Programs


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on February 6th, 2024

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The Flaws of Six Popular Diets


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on February 3rd, 2024

not all salads are equally healthy 300x200Reading Time: 8 minutes There are so many diets out there, and all of them claim to be based on sound science and nutrition theory. Unfortunately, most of these diets don't provide everything that a person needs to be healthy or are too difficult to follow for the benefits that they offer. There are so many people in the United States that are overweight, and looking for a way to enhance and improve their health through the manipulation of their body composition, but many diets end up doing more harm than good in the long run or are just too tricky and unfeasible for … Continue reading

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The Importance of Omega-3 Fatty Acids


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on January 31st, 2024

omega oil capsules 300x200Reading Time: 5 minutes Omega-3 Fatty Acids are among the litany of vitamins and nutrients that are vitally important for optimal human health and function. One of the most essential reasons why Omega-3s are so integrally vital is the effect of these fatty acids upon the cellular structure, precisely, the structure of the cell membrane. For cells to operate correctly as they should, the cell membrane should be flexible, able to allow the right chemicals and nutrients to pass through the walls of the cell. Omega-3s facilitate the ability of compounds to move efficiently through the cellular membrane. This means that fats, minerals, vitamins, … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on January 20th, 2024

importance of fasting 300x260Reading Time: 6 minutes Intermittent Fasting is not so much a diet as it is a regimen for eating. There are many strategies for intermittent fasting—Some practitioners restrict caloric intake in its entirety 14-16 hours per day. Others regularly take 24-hour breaks from food. In general, however, Intermittent Fasting is a dietary choice to refrain from eating for more extended periods that are considered healthy, to encourage improved physiological function and health. The following are some of the potential advantages of Intermittent Fasting. Intermittent Fasting Improves Gene Expression, Hormone Balance, and Cellular Function Fasting causes some distinct changes in the way that your body … Continue reading

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Understanding Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Exercise


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on January 18th, 2024

What is Maximalist Running LPF 300x169Reading Time: 4 minutes The human body depends on two forms of energy production to facilitate physical activity — Aerobic and Anaerobic. While these concepts are easy to understand, most people haven't been adequately informed about how and why each form of fitness is essential. In Aerobic Exercise, muscle activity is fostered by the combination of the calories that we take in and the oxygen that we breathe. When you increase your activity level, your breathing rate increases because your body needs more oxygen to break down stored energy. The lungs work harder, which fuels the heart, which distributes oxygen to the muscles. Humans … Continue reading

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Should You Choose the Ketogenic Diet?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on January 14th, 2024

should you adopt a ketogenic diet 300x169Reading Time: 4 minutes The Ketogenic Diet has been an option for a long time, but it has recently discovered increasing popularity in the past decade. For those that can deal with the strictness of the diet, it can provide rapid weight loss, but is it worth the effort? There is some essential information that you should think about before you adopt a ketogenic diet. Carbohydrates Alone Don't Lead to Obesity Carbs are necessary because they provide immediate fuel that the body can use. When you adopt a super-low carb diet like the Ketogenic Diet, it causes your body to go into a state … Continue reading

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Naturally Losing Weight with Lifestyle Changes Keeps the Weight Off for Good


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on January 11th, 2024

lose weight naturally 300x200Reading Time: 6 minutes One of the hardest things in the world to do is lose weight. If you are overweight and frustrated, just remember that there are millions of people that are experiencing the same issue across America, and you're not alone. There are lots of fad diets out there, and you've likely had other people that are trying to lose weight provide you with their strong opinion regarding what's “working” for them. The best way to lose weight isn't to resort to these fad diets, but to change your lifestyle in a way that's conducive to weight loss. Fad diets often place … Continue reading

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Major Alzheimer’s Risk To Continued Sleep Deprivation


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on January 1st, 2024

sleep is important for health 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes For the body and mind to function optimally, it's absolutely necessary to get enough sleep every night. Though the underlying functions of sleep are still largely a mystery, we are continually learning more about how the body benefits from healthy rest, and we also learn more about the dangers of not getting enough sleep. One particularly troubling study shows that inadequate sleep may contribute to Alzheimer's risk. One of the central markers of Alzheimer's disease is the accumulation of Beta-Amyloid plaque. Beta-Amyloid is a byproduct of normal neurological processes. While we are sleeping, the body has methods to eradicate this … Continue reading

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Eating Right On a Low-Glycemic Diet


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 23rd, 2023

Carbohydrates 300x218Reading Time: 4 minutes Whether you are diabetic or healthy, your blood sugar is something that you should remain concerned about. There's a reason why your blood sugar spikes when you eat foods that are high in refined carbohydrates and sugars—it's because your body is trying to adequately respond to an influx of empty calories that it's not physiologically capable of handling with frequency. The human body is designed to break down complex foods into nutrients that the body can use. The Dangers of Processed Carbohydrates Processed sugars and carbs are a problem because they've already been mostly reduced down to their purest state. … Continue reading

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Benefits and Risks of HGH Therapy: 2018 Update


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 18th, 2023

tired person a consequence of low hgh 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes Adult Human Growth Hormone Deficiency has been studied now for more than a generation. There have been enough HGH Studies to provide us with some substantial evidence regarding the effects of HGH Decline, as well as the benefits of HGH Treatment for patients suffering from the condition. Patients struggling with Somatopause (another term for adult-onset HGH Deficiency) are at increased risk of a variety of adverse health consequences directly related to impaired cellular metabolism, including weight gain, loss of strength, diminished cardiovascular output, and reduced quality of life. Today, the primary means to diagnose Adult HGH Deficiency is by monitoring … Continue reading

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Information About Chelation Therapy


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 12th, 2023

doctor medicine hormones 300x181Reading Time: 5 minutes As a result of advances in modern medicine, the leading causes of mortality have changed dramatically over the last 100 years. Today, heart disease is the number one mortality risk among both sexes in the United States. Heart disease has a variety of risk factors, some of which are hereditary; however, there is a lot that you can do to mitigate the risks associated with heart disease. Concerning lifestyle, one can reduce their risk of heart disease by eating healthier, cutting back on alcohol, exercising more often, and quitting smoking. There is also a lot that can be done to … Continue reading

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How Can Women Maximize HGH Production?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 8th, 2023

Back to back HGH Docs 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes While Human Growth Hormone Deficiency is common for both sexes, men are more likely to seek out Board-Certified HGH and Sermorelin Therapy Programs than women. That's unfortunate because women can see the same benefits from HGH Restoration as men can. Human Growth Hormone is essential to both feminine and masculine health, and HGH Deficiency depletes the vitality and quality of life of both men and women in similar ways! In fact, women produce higher levels of Growth Hormone naturally than their male counterparts. It also appears that there is a positive correlation between HGH Levels and Estrogen Levels. This means … Continue reading

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