Posts Tagged "lifestyle"

Detoxification for Better Health – News Medical October 2010

Posted on Nov 1, 2012 | 0 comments

Detoxification for Better Health – News Medical October 2010

Cold and flu season is right around the corner, so it's time to start taking the steps to keep your body protected. Natural chelation and detoxification expert, Dr. Isaac Eliaz is re-shaping the way we look at detox methods by examining ways to enhance your body's natural defenses and prevent germs from attacking. Dr. Eliaz has profound information on various modalities of detoxification, including effective detox diets, integrative supplement formulas, lifestyle modifications, and detoxification therapies. Almost everything you encounter today, from tap water and car exhaust to non-organic produce is contaminated with heavy metals that can harm your body. The right detoxification techniques combined with smart lifestyle choices can lessen the toxic load on your system. Simple choices such as switching to organic or locally-grown produce, and using household products that contain fewer toxic chemicals and heavy metals will all contribute to a healthier body. Understanding the types of heavy metals that are toxic to your immune system as well as how they get into your system will help you make the changes needed to avoid them whenever possible.

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5 Tips to De-Clutter Your Space: Featured in Alive Magazine

Posted on Jun 27, 2012 | 2 comments

5 Tips to De-Clutter Your Space: Featured in Alive Magazine

Read tips from Dr. Eliaz on how to de-clutter and revitalize your life by clicking here!

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Changing the Way Our Genes Communicate

Posted on Sep 13, 2011 | 5 comments

Changing the Way Our Genes Communicate

We are all born with a certain genetic makeup, and science once believed that this blueprint was permanent and unchangeable -- essentially that our DNA dictated our destiny. However, an exciting new field of genetic science is emerging which demonstrates that our gene expression can be influenced and altered for better or worse, based on a number of internal and external triggers. These influences on our genes can change how we age, how our bodies react to lifestyle and environmental factors, our resistance to illness and even how we gain weight, among numerous other influences. The study of how various factors affect our genes is known as “epigenetics.”Advances in this field are showing how environment, diet, lifestyle and even thoughts and emotions can have just as powerful an impact on gene function as biological lineage. Small changes in the expression of one master regulator gene, coming from a number of potential influences, can cause a ripple effect and ultimately guide the way your genes, cells, and body systems function and communicate.

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Harvard Study Shows Heart-Health Benefits of Tai Chi

Posted on Jun 3, 2011 | 1 comment

Harvard Study Shows Heart-Health Benefits of Tai Chi

A recent study from Harvard University shows the health benefits of tai chi, especially for those with heart conditions that prevent them from engaging in rigorous physical exercise. Tai chi is a Chinese form of martial arts that focuses on soft, slow movements and requires concentration on poses, physical posture and alignment.

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Are Fat and Cholesterol Bad for Breast Health?

Posted on May 15, 2011 | 1 comment

Are Fat and Cholesterol Bad for Breast Health?

By now, many of us know that maintaining a healthy weight is beneficial to our overall health. In America especially, poor diet and obesity are the number one enemy to public health, with innumerable studies linking a western diet to an increased risk for many serious health issues.

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