obesity

How can you live healthy longer?  This is basically a concept of reversing the aging process even as you grow older in years.  How can we even maintain good health let alone turn it around and make it better? Yes, you can live healthy longer! A headline in the April 2011 news caught my attention: World's […]

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How does an Anti-inflammatory Diet reduce Leaky Gut Syndrome? My last blog talked about the connection between inflammation, autoimmune disease, digestion and leaky gut syndrome. I explained that leaky gut syndrome is commonly misunderstood and undiagnosed. It allows your body to absorb undigested food and bacterial toxins into the circulatory system. Leaky gut can lead […]

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I need your help. What are your top health concerns? My blog is a place where I share things I believe you may be interested in knowing more about. But am I always right? Do I really know what you are really concerned about as far as your health is concerned? I’ve put together a […]

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Snacks are a big deal!   Lifestyles are so busy. There’s no time to cook or prepare healthy foods. You grab whatever is quick and easy. That Snickers candy bar my husband used to grab occasionally fit the bill. It gave him some quick energy, gave his blood sugar a boost and curbed the hunger […]

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A real healthy heart to heart!   Ten ways whole food supplements can reduce your risk of heart disease or improve your heart health.   Reduce inflammation. Lower blood pressure. Reduce and repair oxidative stress. Balance cholesterol levels. Maintain normal heart rate. Keeps blood flowing smooth and reduces risk of unhealthy clotting. Protects and detoxifies […]

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Blood pressure has a great deal to do with increasing or reducing your risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Type II Diabetes. This is the 4th blog I’ve written recently about Metabolic Syndrome. I’ve discussed several of the risk factors involved in determining if you are at risk of developing Type II Diabetes. Those risk factors […]

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Reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes by reducing your BMI and triglycerides. Metabolic Syndrome risk factors play a huge part in your future health challenges. My last blog post introduced Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes. You learned that Metabolic Syndrome is a health challenge you want to avoid that is described by a […]

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Recent headlines have brought breast cancer conversations to the forefront. We are hearing of more women taking, what I believe is, extreme measures to avoid breast cancer. The question I am asking myself, “Is having a double mastectomy the best choice if you are at high risk of developing breast cancer?” Before I go too […]

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The diabetes train is at epidemic levels.  Why?  Could it be that lifestyle and diet habits are contributing factors?  If you're at the train station to diabetes, take another route.  If you're already on the diabetes train, let's think about how to safely get off it.  I recently wrote an article about glycemic response and how […]

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  Weight Loss relationship to Diabetes, Heart Health, Cancer, Osteoarthritis, etc.     Are you at risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, osteoarthritis, or other health issues related to obesity?  Yes, you can have any of these obesity related diseases without being obese, but the risk is much higher if you have gained a few […]

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