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Probiotic (Lactobacillus Plantarum) Found to Delay and Reverse Age-Related Skin Damage

Date Posted October 13th, 2016
Many of our most common diseases – obesity, depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s, autism spectrum disorders, diabetes, heart disease, to name just a few, are associated with changes in the number and type of microbes (bacteria, viruses, yeast, etc.) that live in the gut (decreased gut more »

11 Reasons You Need to Take Nutritional Supplements

Date Posted July 4th, 2015
Many clinicians preach the message that you don't need to take vitamins and nutritional supplements  if you eat a healthy diet.  If you still have doubts about this issue, please read the following article from Bulletproof:   Why Getting Your Nutrition Only from Food is A Bad more »

Do You Have the Guts to Lose Weight?

Date Posted December 15th, 2014
Obesity, in simply terms, refers to the unwanted and unhealthy accumulation of fat (adipose) tissue. This you know. It may interest you to learn, on the other hand, that obesity is not a single entity but rather a diverse group of conditions having multiple causes. You are likely familiar with some more »

Dr. Dave's Top Ten Health Tips

Date Posted December 4th, 2014
My top ten tips for building and maintaining health, preventing degenerative illness, and effectively pursuing happiness.  Dr. more »

Be True To Your Heart: Lower Your Inflammation and Lower Your Weight

Date Posted February 14th, 2014
Be True to Your Heart: Lower Your Inflammation and Lower Your Weight Happy Valentine’s Day. Earlier this week, Dr. Oz, in his TV episode that aired Monday February 10, 2014, offered some good ideas about rapid weight loss ( more »

The Not So Sweet Effects of Sugar

Date Posted December 15th, 2013
Sugar can be nice and sweet, but its effects on the body can make you feel sour or even bitter. Sugar is a natural substance in the body that provides energy to our cells. It produces the “feel good” neurotransmitters, serotonin and dopamine, that boost our energy and enhance our more »

(Life) Style Matters

Date Posted October 3rd, 2013
Busy week. Just getting back from a whirlwind Roanoke-Orlando-Las Vegas tour of lecturing. I was pleased with the turnout and level of interest of the clinicians, scientists, and members of industry that attended. And of course it was great to catch up with so many of my colleagues scattered more »

Brain Inflammation- Is the Fat You're Eating Fueling Your Flames?

Date Posted October 2nd, 2013
Brain Inflammation- Is the Fat You're Eating Fueling Your Flames? By Valerie Balandra ARNP Prostaglandins are substances made in the brain which are crucial to our mental health. They are part of a family of substances called eicosanoids. Prostaglandins are made from omega-3 and omega more »

Coffee (High Test) May Reduce Suicide Risk in Men and Women

Date Posted September 22nd, 2013
More Good News About Coffee According to a recently published study out of the Harvard School of Public Health, people who drink 2-4 cups of joe per day are significantly less likely to kill themselves than those drink no coffee, less than 2 cups per day, and those who drink de-caffeinated coffee. more »

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