When it comes to aging, there are few antidotes to the wear and tear of the years. However the foods you eat can make a significant difference in the appearance of age – inside and out. A diet loaded with excess sugar and refined carbohydrates not only leads to extra pounds, but can also cause … Continued
According the American Heart Association, heart disease is the number one killer in the United States. In fact, it’s estimated that 2,500 America men and women die each year as result of heart disease. The best thing you can do to prevent heart disease is to eat a heart-healthy diet…
Let’s face it: dieting can be the pits. Although many of today’s weight-loss trends offer much more flexibility as to what we can and can’t eat, the portions often leave a lot to be desired.
According to a recent article on NaturalNews.com, “the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force released new recommendations advising against mammograms for women under 50 (and recommending only bi-annual screenings for women after that).” The risk associated with mammograms is often two-fold, as is its objective.
Meet Dr. Bob Ghelfi, owner and operator of what marks our fourth California-based practice, BodyLogicMD of Sacramento!
BodyLogicMD shares 10 tips to healthy aging: get enough sleep, drink plenty of water, avoid harmful toxins such as caffeine, tobacco and alcohol, eat your vegetables, don’t forget to floss, substitute wheat for white, get your antioxidants, get fit, connect with people, balance your hormones.
You may have heard of the miracle nutrient resveratrol, commonly known as the “red wine nutrient.” There’s more to resveratrol than red wine, though, and it’s helpful for far more than just preventing heart disease. Reseveratrol benefits run the spectrum from lowering cholesterol to curing cancer. Studies supporting red wine suggest antioxidants in red wine … Continued
Many things can accelerate the decline of hormone levels in both sexes. Stress levels, diet, nutrition and lifestyles all contribute to hormone imbalance. Currently, one of the main culprits is stress. This is true because the stress hormone, cortisol, is built with the same building blocks as our sex hormones, DHEA, testosterone and estrogen. The more stress we have, the more cortisol we demand and the fewer building blocks we have to make our sex hormones.
Suzanne Somers takes 60 supplements every day (as seen on Oprah’s bioidentical hormones show). We know that’s excess, but how many supplements should you take? How many supplements is too many supplements? National Nutrion Month gives us reason to pay attention and keep track of those vitamins and minerals. This recipe can help.
We address the “13 Things You Never Knew About Your Weight” as seen in Reader’s Digest. Imbalanced hormones contribute to weight gain and prevent weight loss in a variety of ways. Antioxidants are also a great weight loss assistant.