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Strength Training Benefits

28 Feb Strength Training for Healthy Bones!

Weight lifting is not just picking up heavy, cumbersome objects and putting them down many times. The science behind the impact of weightlifting is well known and researched. But, the positive results of weightlifting are often not mentioned, besides the obvious benefit of looking good and having muscular tone and definition. Beneath the surface of the body lays the real positive result to the bones and joints of the body. Weightlifting, also known as resistance training, can do a lot for bone health. But a tailored training program is key,...

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Coffee Health Benefits

19 Feb Coffee for Good Health

Inflammation is a healing process. This is only in the case of a short-term response. Long-term fluid buildup in body tissue contributes to many issues later in life. And chronic inflammation is more common as we continue to eat processed foods and live sedentary lifestyles. As we age, that inflammation can age our bodies faster. However, researchers have found a link between a common morning habit and living longer through fighting inflammation's harmful side effects. The secret to decreasing signs of aging, especially related to chronic inflammation, is drinking coffee. Or...

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High Fat Diet

07 Dec High Fat Diet Of A 117 Year Old

  Living to a long age is the great goal, being able to experience the most that life has to offer is the outcome. But the only way to live long is to practice healthy habits. Those healthy habits differ from person to person. In the case of Emma Marson, an 117-year old woman from Italy, her habits include living single, and most importantly, eating raw eggs. Emma credits her old age by these healthy habits, along with others. But let's take a look at one of Emma's healthy habits, something we...

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fitnessjog

06 Aug 5 Ways to Move More and Age Less

You’re busy, too busy. You have a lot of things to do, and on top of that are your personal fitness goals. Stay in shape. Get toned and lean. Feel and look good. That is a lot of pressure, and not enough time. What can you do about it? There is never enough time! But with these 5 steps, you can improve your fitness in no time. Turn Your Workday into a Workout Your hours are precious. Sometimes it is too difficult to get to the gym because of life’s many demands. So...

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sleep apnea

24 Apr Snoring and Dementia, A Real Concern

Sleep is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle – and good brain health and sleep go hand-in-hand. Every night, your body goes through the rigorous process of replenishing your memory banks and detoxifying harmful proteins. However, individuals are unaware of how harmful snoring – a common respiratory condition – can ultimately be to their brains. According to new research published in the journal Neurology, snoring can cause an interruption in sleep for a few seconds to several minutes and has a direct impact on memory and recall. In fact, an estimated 45...

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08 May Daily Exercise Reduces Skin Aging

Your skin is a delicate, thin layer of tissue that offers protection from outside elements, but it also happens to be very telling of age. The stratum corneum, the body's top, outermost layer of the epidermis, thickens after age 40. As this is taking place, the dermis, which is the skin beneath the epidermis, starts to thin. Once skin loses its natural elasticity and healthy plumpness, it tends to sag and become more translucent. These changes, which are completely independent of sun exposure, are directly related to aging, but new...

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11 Nov Dr. Salerno is Exhibiting at A4M Vegas, December 12-15, 2013

Dr. Salerno, leader in anti-aging research, lecturer, and best-selling author, is exhibiting at The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), December 12-15, 2013. A4M, a not-for-profit medical society which is dedicated to disease prevention, related treatments, and methods to halt decline, invites you to explore advanced technologies, cutting-edge supplements, and discover breakthrough biomedical sciences. As an exhibitor, Dr. Salerno will be explaining his patient focused philosophy, Hands-on Physician & Clinician Training Program, and how individuals can sustain a healthy regiment through positive lifestyle choices and techniques. As a certified member and...

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26 Sep Diet & Stress Management Slow Aging

For many individuals, eating a well-balanced diet is an essential step towards better health – but what foods you choose to eat on a daily basis can also slow the aging process. By incorporating certain lifestyle choices, such as mediation, yoga, and increased vegetable and fruit consumption, researchers showed remarkable anti-aging benefits. According to studies conducted at the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, researchers showed an increase in telomere length. Telomeres, which are repetitive DNA sequences found at the end of a chromosome, similar to a shoelace tip, protect genetic information needed...

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04 Sep Dr. Salerno Is Keynote Speaker At The European Masters in Anti-Aging Medicine, Paris October 12-14, 2012

Dr. Salerno, a prized keynote speaker, will be presenting the latest groundbreaking research on the likely causes of metabolic syndrome, sugar toxicity, and obesity along with powerful nutritional health tools used to help Fight Fat With Fat at this years 8th annual international European Masters in Anti-Aging Medicine (EMAA) in Paris, France on October 12-14. He will be joined by some of the top leaders in the field of Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine and feature a complete one hour workshop dedicated to his personalized hands-on physician training program and advanced...

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