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Dr. Isaac Eliaz Invited Speaker for Chronic Lyme Summit 2

Posted on Jun 21, 2017 | 0 comments

Dr. Isaac Eliaz Invited Speaker for Chronic Lyme Summit 2

Biofilm and Galectin-3 Breakthrough Strategies   Presented by yours truly, Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, learn more about persistent Lyme, how it works in the body and his professional opinion of natural protocols for Lyme and its coinfections.   What you’ll learn:   Addressing Galectin-3 in tick-borne diseases Model for treating persistent Lyme Integrative therapies to optimize results The Chronic Lyme Summit is a free, week long event that also highlights other professionals and patients of Chronic Lyme. Sign Up to Learn more about Lyme   Related PostsThe Secret To...

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Interview with Dr. Eliaz

Posted on May 5, 2017 | 0 comments

Interview with Dr. Eliaz

Did you listen to Dr. Isaac Eliaz’s interview on RadioMD’s Wellness for Life? Take advantage of this special offer! For RadioMD listeners, you will receive a free copy of New Twist on Health. Fill out the form to receive your free digital copy via email! Call 800-521-0160 for more information Amitabha was founded in 2001 by integrative medicine expert Dr. Isaac Eliaz. This unique clinic offers state of the art integrative health care in a supportive, healing environment — providing a true sanctuary from chaotic hospitals. Amitabha works closely with patients to achieve personal...

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Exercise Without Exercising

Posted on Dec 31, 2014 | 0 comments

Exercise Without Exercising

There’s something euphoric about strenuous exercise. Once the body warms up and we get into a good rhythm, endorphins kick in and even difficult routines can seem effortless. For many people, strenuous exercise can be addictive. Part of this is because the wear and tear on our muscles unleashes an abundance of feel-good chemicals to alleviate the pain. And as we’ve heard so many times: “no pain, no gain.” But new research shows we don’t need to suffer with such extreme measures to maintain cardiovascular health. In fact, with all of the stress that difficult workouts place on the...

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How to Fix The Other Energy Crisis: Yours

Posted on Dec 22, 2014 | 2 comments

How to Fix The Other Energy Crisis: Yours

We are having an energy crisis in this country, and it’s not just about fossil fuels. Our frenetic modern lifestyles require constant momentum. We simply don’t have the time–or desire–to be still, regardless of how fatigued we feel. As a result, energy has become a commodity that we buy and ingest. Coffee is the elixir of productivity, and every city block has a Starbucks to ensure we get our fix. While caffeine overuse is a concern, as a physician I have become increasingly alarmed by the explosion in popularity of commercial energy drinks. With testosterone-laden...

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Mind-Body Medicine: The Best Winter Wellness Care

Posted on Dec 19, 2014 | 0 comments

Mind-Body Medicine: The Best Winter Wellness Care

The winter can be a beautiful season, but when temperatures drop is when our health needs the greatest care. We all know about cold and flu season or the winter blues, for example. But one area that many of us forget to consider during this time of year is heart health. In fact, the risk of heart attack is greater during the cold winter season for a number of reasons that scientists are still unraveling. Winter Heart Health Risks Aside from less exercise, holiday indulgences and lack of vitamin D from the sun (an essential heart-healthy nutrient), other factors may be closely involved in...

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Clearing Your Throat: The Right Treatments For Throat Pain And Congestion

Posted on Dec 17, 2014 | 2 comments

Clearing Your Throat: The Right Treatments For Throat Pain And Congestion

If you’ve got a sore throat, it’s probably not strep throat, even though that’s the usual suspect. While infection by harmful Group A Streptococcus bacteria is more common during the winter, most sore throats are actually caused by viruses, according to recent guidelines published by the Infectious Disease Society of America. Of the 10 million Americans who are prescribed antibiotics for a sore throat each year, only about 2 million actually have a bacterial infection, such as streptococcal pharyngitis or strep throat, that is susceptible to the medication. For the rest, the antibiotics...

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