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Fasting with Fat

24 Mar Fight Fat With Fat Fast

If you're familiar with fasting, you know that it usually involves abstaining from eating some or all types of food or drink, for a certain period of time. Fasts can be done for religious reasons, medical procedures and also, for weight loss. Some fasts last for twenty four hours while others go for up to three months. Fasting allows our body and internal organs a rest period, however, when fasting without food or drink, many side effects can occur. Blood sugar fluctuations, fatigue, dizziness and mood swings can occur when...

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Mercury and ALS

17 Mar The Possible Link Between Mercury and ALS

Did you know that mercury is one of the only liquid metals found at room temperature? For that reason, scientists found it to be a very curious element, indeed. In fact, they were so curious that research extensively to learn more about its unique properties. Mercury can be added to tool manufacturing as well as other tools such as thermometers and fillings for dental cavities. It’s even used in household items such as light bulbs. Much of its use has fallen aside, but it can still be found in many...

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Vitamin C Factor

09 Mar Novel New Supplement May Reduce Coronary Artery Plaque and Prevent Heart Disease

Doctor Linus Pauling was a phenomenal genius who won the noble prize for his work on the structure of DNA. His extensive research on Vitamin C and amino acids are world renown. The benefits of Vitamin C include fighting infection and shortening the length of the common cold. We understand that Vitamin C can be wonderful for the immune system, but when combined with the amino acids, lysine, and proline, a whole new level of healing occurs in the body. That understanding has been bolstered by the work of Doctor...

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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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Curcumin IV Therapy

03 Feb Now Offering Curcumin IV Therapy at The Salerno Center

While most individuals may be familiar with turmeric as the spice in curry, it's also an extremely potent medicinal herb that has been used in India for thousands of years. Some have said that the low incidence of Alzheimer's in certain parts of the world, such as India and Asia, are due in part to the intake of Turmeric. The active component in turmeric is curcumin. It is the yellow pigment concentrate in turmeric that carries all the benefits. Curcumin is a remarkable antioxidant and a wonderful anti-inflammatory. According to several...

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Environmental Carcinogens

17 Jan The Link Between Cancer and Your Environment

Traffic is boring, it is painfully slow, but did you know that traffic also contributes to environmental conditions that increase the risk of getting cancer? When it comes to environmental factors, there are some obvious factors and others which might not be so obvious. These factors are frequently called “carcinogens.” Environmental carcinogens can come in all forms and from many different places. Awareness of the various possibilities of exposures begins by identifying where those carcinogens might be. Traffic: While traffic is common in almost every city, there are a few exceptions...

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07 Jan 10 Tips for a Healthier 2017!

  1. Consult With An Integrative Medical Practitioner For A Full Hormone Panel At the Salerno Center, we take a look at medicine from an integrative perspective. This means we take a look at your whole health picture, and this includes looking into your hormones and if they are balanced. A hormone panel is the kind of test that we take to track if your hormones are correctly balanced and in sync with your age, sex, weight, and desired lifestyle. Premature aging can be impacted by irregular hormonal levels. Hormone imbalances can...

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Bulletproof Coffee

16 Dec Certified Clean Coffee: Bulletproof Coffee Review

At the Salerno Center, we are always making new friends and trying out the great recipes that others are recommending. Those office hours usually include one stretch between noontime and closing that can lead to an empty stomach. Not wanting to go hungry, or to eat junk food, one of our friends, Dave Asprey of Bulletproof Executive, introduced us to one of his delicious Bulletproof Coffee. Part Certified Clean Coffee, part grass-fed butter, part MCT oil; we drink it as part of our 3 o’clock beverage snack when energy begins to...

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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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