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Supplements by Dr. John Salerno

23 Mar Six Essential Daily Supplements to Take Every Day

Research shows that no matter how healthy we eat it’s still challenging to get the right proportion of all the essential nutrients that we need. Our body is healing, repairing and rebuilding itself every single day and we need to support it. One of the most significant misconceptions is that we don’t need to take supplements if our diet is rich in fruits and vegetables. Here are four things you should consider when trying to decide whether or not to take additional supplements: As we age our metabolism slows down...

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The Ketogenic Diet

12 Feb Guess What is Increasing in Popularity Lately?

If you are overweight or obese and have High Blood pressure or Diabetes, you may have to lose weight however you can. To do that you may have to adjust your diet and do more aerobic exercise. The problem is that despite the best efforts of many, reaching individual weight loss goal(s) remains a mirage. For many, the remaining options would include drugs and bariatric surgery. Many quit weight loss drugs because of onerous side-effects and many people who undergo surgery do not get the results they want. Losing weight is...

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How to Keep Your 2018 New Year Resolution

02 Feb How to Keep Your 2018 New Year Resolution

The experts tell us that weight loss ranks among the most popular New Year Resolutions. They also tell us that many make these resolutions in good faith but, however, many are unable to keep their resolution(s) after trying for a few months. When it comes to weight loss, we are with you all the way. Even if you are not a fashion model or a bikini model, we are in agreement with you that there are plenty of health reasons for you to want to get rid of those unnecessary pounds....

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Colon Hydrotherapy

28 Jan Why You Should Consider Colon Hydrotherapy

In humans, the digestive tract stretches from the lips of the mouth to the lips of the anus. Food enters through the mouth and is eliminated as waste through the anus. The colon is the last part of the digestive tract. It comprises the cecum, the ascending, transverse, descending, and the sigmoid colons, the rectum and finally the anal canal. Unlike the small intestine, the colon does not secrete digestive enzymes. It is important to note that the right half of the colon and small intestines originate from the same...

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Nutrients in Berries

23 Jan Berries are Powerful

Living in the modern world can be quite challenging. To live successfully, we need to learn new skills constantly. Take your smartphone, for example. We have to get familiar with newer editions with new applications constantly. This constant adaptation is not limited to the technology industry. Rapid changes are also happening in the healthcare industry. We have no choice but to adapt to innovations in healthcare constantly. Weight loss is one of the areas in medicine that has proven a big challenge. There is general agreement among the experts that diet...

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Promote a Healthy Mind

17 Jan A Sound Mind for a Healthy Body

Assuming you can have a healthy body without a healthy mind is akin to thinking you can fly a plane without going to flight school. The subject of the mind can be confusing because what we know as the mind has been defined by different specialties and disciplines. Some of these disciplines include Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and religious authority. It is noteworthy that what the scientists refer to as the mind is thought to be the soul of religious authority. Every human being has their own personal mind. Consciousness,...

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Importance of Getting Your Full Schedule of Sleep

12 Jan The Importance of Getting Your Full Schedule of Sleep

Sleep is one of the most important activities we engage in for good health, albeit it restfully, alongside exercise and good nutrition. Although scientists do not fully understand the role of sleep, it is very clear that sleep is good for optimal brain function. If you want to have a good memory or good decision-making ability, you cannot afford to let your sleep lag behind. Scientists suspect that the ability to engage in deep, restful sleep is one the reasons that humans have way more brain power than other animals. However,...

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Holiday Supplements

01 Dec The 5 Supplements You Need this Holiday Season!

Let’s face it. The holiday season is very stressful. Even if you’re excited for it, it can still add to your constant stress. It can leave you run down, lethargic, bloated and make you more susceptible to illness. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, you can thrive with the holidays by simply adding a few important nutrients to your daily regimen. These will help to keep you healthy, happy and energized throughout the season. I personally like to use these myself, especially around this time of...

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Coolsculpting

28 Nov Salerno Center Now Offering Coolsculpting

When it comes to our weight and where we store our fat, we are all good observers. Maybe too good. We might not be as good at noticing when we lose weight, but there are other ways to use observation as a benefit. Doctors Rox Anderson and Dieter Manstein, with their powers of observation, were able to use it to develop their groundbreaking new weight loss treatment called Coolsculpting. To simplify, Coolsculpting is a process where cool treatments are applied externally to problem areas of fat retention. The fat reacts to...

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Lead Toxicity

05 Nov Lead Toxicity & The Las Vegas Shooting

The benefits of using lead in various industries were discovered long before it became known as an urgent public health crisis in later years. It was found that a lead additive to gasoline could increase an engine’s performance, raising the fuel economy of vehicles in contrast to gas without lead additives. It was used in household products, even as an interior wall paint for residential homes. The possibilities of the use of lead in industry were almost endless. However, as with the increase of most uses of a particular substance, trends...

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