Glucosamine and Heart Benefits

You may have heard of the supplement glucosamine, a readily available joint supplement that many take to help ease the discomfort of aching joints. However, new research suggests glucosamine’s anti-inflammatory properties could do more than relieve joint pain, as there is a link between glucosamine and heart benefits. According to recent research, the dietary supplement…

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It’s often easy to associate cheese with other indulgent foods that are not particularly healthy. However, when eaten in moderation alongside a balanced diet, many cheese varieties actually offer distinct health benefits like improving bone health and building muscle. Now, studies have revealed another reason to keep cheese in your diet: it is linked to…

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Supplements by Dr. John Salerno

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…

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The Ketogenic Diet

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.…

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Dehydration and Mineral Replenishment

Did you know that drinking too much water can actually be bad for your health? The same thing can be said for drinking too little water. The amount of water you drink may be different, but the end result is a trip to the ER, or worse. We all know about dehydration, which is a…

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Low Testosterone Levels and High Mortality

A 2006 study done by the University of Washington and Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System found an interesting link between lower testosterone levels and an increase in the mortality rate. The study was published by Internal Medicine on August 2006. Specifically, Doctors Molly Shores, Alvin Matsumoto, and Kevin Sloan worked with 850 veterans…

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Sugar and Heart Disease

In the 1960’s the sugar industry paid scientists to play down the risk of sugar on heart disease and turn the blame on saturated fat! This article appears on the front page of Tuesday’s New York Times. These facts were just elucidated by a researcher at the University of California San Francisco and published Monday by…

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chelation therapy

What are heavy metals? By now, most of us have heard of heavy metals, however, the problem is that most of us are not fully aware of all the dangers and long term side effects they actually have. Heavy metal toxicity  has been linked to plethora of diseases and disorders such as neurological disorders, Parkinson’s,…

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