Anti-Aging or Lifestyle Change – Which Term is Best Used When Talking About Delaying the Onset of Diseases of the Elderly?

Over the past several weeks, I have had the pleasure of helping my daughter take care of her new premature infant. As I did a number of the late night feeds on my newly adopted grandson, I was able to reflect on some of the things that led me to the path of being a Pediatrician. Why was this so important to me? Some of you may know my family history – my dad died…

Men – if you want to lose belly fat, read this

After nearly two years of research, Tim Sales has released a fat loss program has been developed after consultation with doctors, nutritionists and other healthcare professionals. In the preliminary studies, men lost an average of 26.6 pounds in 8 weeks without exercise. This isn’t just a “new” diet, but a lifestyle change with good eating. For more information, click on the video below. What do you have to lose? Only the weight!

Seven Common Lies About Weight Loss

We spend about $30 billion dollars each year trying to lose weight only to find that within two years, almost 98% of those who lost weight have regained it back. Slenderiix from ARIIX is a revolutionary new homeopathic supplement, developed by doctors, that helps you lose weight quickly and safely while allowing you to keep it off once you stop taking it. Instead of just “dieting”, the Slenderiiz Weight Management Program helps you change your…

Do Genetics Determine If I Will Have Heart Disease?

I read an article a couple of days ago that was written by a medical colleague of mine. It reminded me of my life story and what I have done to change it. A follower of his blog wrote:”… my father has heart disease, his father did too, and I’m obviously concerned about my own heart. What can I do to prevent heart disease?” My story is so similar, it made me think that maybe…

Yo-Yo Dieting: Breaking the Fat Cycle

As I mentioned in an earlier blog, fat cells in obese people behave differently than fat cells in lean individuals. This year it’s expected that 400,000 Americans will die from the effects of excess body fat1. That’s almost the same number of those who have tobacco-related deaths. Excess body fat is a leading contributor to diseases such as cardiovascular, liver, type 2 diabetes and, of course, cancer.1 If you go to any place where there…

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