Jeffrey likes to call it the “LA Uniform,” a sea of puffy coats everywhere you look. It seems now a days everyone is on board with this fashion trend. Although “the puffy” is fashionable on the outside, it can actually be a health hazard on the inside. Another way of looking at it – we […]
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End Alzheimer’s? Reverse cognitive decline? Dale Bredesen’s new book The End of Alzheimer’s was published just 2 weeks ago and I finished reading it this weekend. I’ll start by stating it is impossible to summarize all the important information in this book so if interested it’s well worth the read. Dr. Bredesen meticulously outlines the […]
News from the American Diabetes Association 77th Sessions: The Link between Diabetes, Heart and Liver disease, Alzheimer’s and Cancer
Going to a conference with 17,000 people is not exactly my cup of tea but conferences are imperative to staying up to date with research so down to San Diego I went. I won’t bore you with all the research technicalities but rather give you the bottom line which is more interesting that you may […]
Venturing to Vancouver and attending the International Congress on Obesity I had no idea what the research would indicate. Would it be the same old messages of “calories in equals out,” “just move more,” “and “cut down on fat intake.” It turns out this conference gave great detail to the complexity of obesity, weight challenges […]
You go for your annual physical because you care about your health. After a week or so your doctor calls you and assures you all is normal and there is nothing to worry about…or is there? It is not unusual that I see a fasting glucose level on a new client’s blood work in the […]