women’s health

Does it Really Cost More to Eat Healthy?

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I want to talk to you about two subjects virtually everyone is interested in: food and money. Specifically, I want to address the frequently heard complaint that it costs much more to eat healthy. Don’t worry—I’m not going to give you a lecture about how much broccoli you could eat for the price of a Big Mac, […]

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New Guidelines for Statin Drugs: Watch and Decide!

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On Tuesday, Nov 12, two of the nations leading heart organizations—the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology– released new guidelines on the use of statin drugs for the prevention of heart disease. The new guidelines—about which more in a moment—are a giant step forward towards the goal of having every American over […]

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Are Your Hormones Wreaking Havoc on Your Health?

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Today’s message is just for the ladies… I just got done recording a fantastic interview with female hormone specialist Dr. Anna Cabeca. She has helped countless women who were suffering with these (and other) hormone-based health problems: Low energy Trouble sleeping Anxiety or Depression Memory problems Weight gain Low sex drive Tweet

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150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: Krill Oil

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Krill Oil is even better than fish oil for lowering blood pressure, boosting mood and memory, and even reducing symptoms of PMS. Tweet

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Postmenopausal Hormone Replacement Reduces Mortality Risk?

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The following is a guest article by Raymond Ishman, MD,   CEO and Chief Medical Officer of  Cenegenics, Philadelphia. Cenegenics is one of the leading anti-aging clinics in the United States.   The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) study was prematurely stopped in 2002 due to a reported increase in the incidence of breast cancer in women […]

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150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: Eggplant

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Watch the video to learn more about the nutritional benefits of this purple berry. (Yep, you read right!) Tweet

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150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: Dandelion

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Dandelion is a remedy for many disorders. It’s been used in every herbal tradition all over the world for its many health benefits. You can sometimes buy whole dandelion greens and/or roots in the produce section of the health food store. Here are some cleansing supplements that include dandelion in the formulation: PaleoCleanse by Designs […]

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150 Healthiest Foods: Cabbage

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Why do Polish women have much lower rates of breast cancer? Because they eat so much cabbage! Watch this video to learn more about the health benefits of this royal vegetable. Tweet

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150 Healthiest Foods: Beets

This great, under used food can improve heart health and cleanse your liver. It also has way more potassium than bananas. Tweet

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Study Finds Less Exercise Increases Metabolic Syndrome

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A study in the journal Preventive Medicine found women don’t get as much exercise as men, which increases their risk for metabolic syndrome. You’ve probably heard about metabolic syndrome, which includes conditions like high cholesterol, hypertension, and obesity. These disorders act like road signs that warn, “Danger ahead!” and give you a chance to turn […]

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Red Meat for Mental Health?

A just-published study from Australia found that women consuming less than the “recommended” amount of red meat were twice as likely to have a diagnosed depressive or anxiety disorder. How is this possible? Read on. A couple of weeks ago I reported on the now-famous (or infamous) study out of Harvard which was widely reported […]

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5 Simple Rules for Eating at Restaurants

A recent study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior concludes you can eat out and still burn fat. In this study, 35 healthy middle-aged women participated in a six-week program called Mindful Restaurant Eating, which teaches people how to eat out healthfully. Now, keep in mind the goal of Mindful Restaurant Eating was […]

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