Posts Tagged "health"

Naturally Healthy Skin – Prevention Magazine May 2012

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Naturally Healthy Skin – Prevention Magazine May 2012

Your skin is vulnerable. As the largest organ system, it performs numerous essential tasks and is the frontline of defense against bacteria, viruses, allergens, toxins, and more. You do your best to protect your skin, but it’s out in the open, exposed to sun, wind and environmental pollutants. Skin structure is complex, and part of an intricate network involving other organs. To keep it healthy, you need to support this system. Healthy skin is a vital component to wellness and vice versa. Here are some recommended ways to love your skin and promote overall health.

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Cold or Flu? – The View from the Bay August 2008

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Cold or Flu? – The View from the Bay August 2008

Sore throat, stuffy nose, feeling achy? You may have caught that nasty cold that’s going around. but, then again, maybe you caught the flu. Dr. Isaac Eliaz shares with us the difference between a cold and the flu, so you can deal with your symptoms more effectively.

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Flawless Skin – Women’s Health

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Flawless Skin – Women’s Health

Tips and tricks for clear, radiant skin.

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Prevent Type II Diabetes – Change Magazine April 2012

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Prevent Type II Diabetes – Change Magazine April 2012

Metabolic Syndrome, a.k.a. pre-Diabetes, has exploded into a worldwide epidemic, and even as these numbers skyrocket, many people are living with this degenerative condition unknowingly. Also called Syndrome X, Metabolic Syndrome dramatically increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and other life-threatening conditions. The biggest contributing factors include a diet high in fats, sugars and processed foods; lack of exercise; chronic stress and long-term exposure to certain environmental toxins. In integrative medicine, the spring season provides an ideal time to address these risk factors. But since one in five people in North America are estimated to have Metabolic Syndrome, this area of health needs focus 365 days a year. Most patients with Metabolic Syndrome will develop fullblown Type II Diabetes within a decade. Often, Metabolic Syndrome progresses undiagnosed because symptoms can be vague, develop slowly or are mistakenly attributed to less serious causes. By recognizing the earliest signs and strengthening your metabolic systems with targeted natural solutions, you can beat back Metabolic Syndrome and its sinister offspring, Type II Diabetes. If you are already battling metabolic health issues, the same natural solutions can help reverse even the most chronic conditions by balancing blood sugar, decreasing inflammation, increasing insulin sensitivity and assisting your body to utilize energy efficiently.

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Natural Remedies for Infertility – Alternative and Complimentary Therapies Magazine April 2012

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Natural Remedies for Infertility – Alternative and Complimentary Therapies Magazine April 2012

Infertility affects about 10%-15% of reproductive age couple sin the United States. Causes of infertility are evenly divided between cases that involve the female partner, cases that involve the male partner, and cases that involve both partners.

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