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New Tips to Prevent and Reverse Memory Loss

New Tips to Prevent and Reverse Memory Loss

Evidence is growing that we can prevent and even reverse memory loss, and the earlier we start, the greater our success. This is an extremely important issue, as cognitive decline is the most expensive and debilitating disease in the US and the western world. What...

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What is the best source of water to drink?

What is the best source of water to drink?

Water is essential to life. About 70 percent of the human body is made up of water and, coincidentally, more than 70 percent of Earth is covered in water. You can survive for 30-45 days without food, but you will only live for 3-4 days unless you consume water. It is...

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Can Eating Canned Food Kill You?

Can Eating Canned Food Kill You?

​Yes, eating out of cans that have a BPA lining can actually kill you! A study published last month in JAMA showed that people over age 20 with high levels of BPA in their urine have about a 50% greater risk of death than people with low levels. Bisphenol A (BPA) is a...

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Tips to Decrease Arthritis Pain-Part 2

Tips to Decrease Arthritis Pain-Part 2

As I discussed last week, arthritis symptoms are common. Fortunately, lifestyle choices make a big difference in your level of symptoms and your ability to stay active. The combination of an anti-inflammatory diet, daily activity, and joint supporting supplements can...

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Tips to Decrease Arthritis Pain- Part 1

Tips to Decrease Arthritis Pain- Part 1

The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis, typically caused by wear and tear or trauma. If your parents have had arthritis, you are more likely to get it as well. Less common arthritis forms are caused by auto-immune diseases (such as Rheumatoid or Psoriatic...

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Tamam Salad

Tamam Salad

Chef’s Note: Nicole and I had a fantastic time sailing west along the north coast of Crete. The coastline was lovely, the towns had amazing architecture, the food was the best we had in Greece, and the people were friendly. Of course, we were some of the very first...

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Is Coconut Oil Good or Bad for Your Heart?

Is Coconut Oil Good or Bad for Your Heart?

Coconut oil has received repeated positive reviews from selected health experts in the wellness industry, but are these accolades really warranted? A recent March 2020 article published in Circulation[1], a journal of the American Heart Association, evaluated 16...

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2021 Reverse Heart Disease Retreat

2021 Reverse Heart Disease Retreat

Join me in my home in St. Petersburg, Florida for an intimate, 2-day retreat to enable you to prevent and reverse heart disease. Dates are still TBD for the Fall of 2021, with advanced cardiovascular testing performed the day before the retreat starts.            My...

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Corona Update, Friday, March 13, 2020

Corona Update, Friday, March 13, 2020

There is so much information spreading about COVID-19, that I thought it important to share what I know with my readers. Likely everyone has heard about the new coronavirus infection, COVID-19. Unfortunately, misinformation is being shared by both on-line sources and...

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How your gut can affect heart health!

How your gut can affect heart health!

Despite our efforts spending hundreds of billions of dollars (likely trillions) researching and treating heart disease, it remains the #1 cause of death for women and men in the Western world. For decades, scientists have blamed heart disease on red meat intake...

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Happy New Year 2020!

Happy New Year 2020!

I wish you a wonderful New Year 2020, filled with health, vitality, and peace of mind. Starting today, I am thrilled to announce that my new book, The Mediterranean Method, published by Harmony Books, is available wherever books are sold. 2019 was an amazing year for...

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What is the Best Diet for Your Heart?

What is the Best Diet for Your Heart?

​Even though we can prevent 90% of heart disease with lifestyle, heart attacks and strokes remain the #1 killer for both women and men in the US, Canada, and most of the western world. Several lifestyle factors play a critical role, including exercise, sleep, stress...

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