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Parkinson’s Risk Increased by…Low Fat Milk?

When was the last time you had a tall glass of whole milk? Not the 2% stuff, not the 1% stuff, and certainly not the you-can-barely-call-it-milk skim stuff—but real full fat whole milk? If you’re one of the American majority, you probably don’t remember because you’ve been under the spell of the low fat craze…
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Women Who Drink Tea May Get an Epigenetic Boost

Epigenetics is the study of how behavioral or environmental changes can impact our DNA. Our genes and DNA structure are actually not static and unchangeable; in fact, our base coding is being modified all the time. Certain types of tea (particularly green and black teas for example) have been touted as being healthy, and studies have…
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Late Night Eating May Be Causing More Than Just Weight Gain

We’ve all experienced those nighttime snack cravings. Perhaps for you it’s a regular habit and every night is a cheese and crackers night with Jimmy Fallon, or maybe it’s a cleverly marketed 30-second cereal commercial that ramps up that late craving, sending you to your kitchen for a bowl of me Lucky Charms. Whether it’s…
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Can the Mediterranean Diet Help Your Arthritis?

While the first thought that might come to mind when you think of the Mediterranean may be the fantastic views of the Adriatic or Aegean from the shores of Italy or Greece, certainly a close second thought would be the great food. On the surface, a Mediterranean diet may seem almost indulgent—as people in this…
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Is Chronic Inflammation Causing Us to Age Faster?

A couple of weeks ago, I covered a study on aging that gave us a glimpse into one possible reason energy production in our cells tends to decrease as we get older. The answer was found in our mitochondria, the power supply of our cells. As a particular protein level declines, it may be leading…
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Does Fish Oil Improve Reading Skills in Children?

I have a son who had difficulty reading due to dyslexia, a brilliant thinker who saw letters and words like we would see upside down Chinese characters. During that harrowing ordeal, which was eventually solved by the wonderful Lindamood-Bell program, I learned the sobering statistic that literacy rates in elementary school predict the prison census…
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8 Ways to Improve Your Stem Cells Prior to Treatment

Patients often ask us how they can improve the quality or quantity of their stem cells before a procedure. As the most advanced stem cell clinic in the United States, we have used over a decade of orthopedic stem cell experience and research to address 8 ways to improve your stem cells prior to treatment.…
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Demonizing Butter: New Research Shows No Connection to Heart Disease

No other food has been as vilified as butter. I grew up in a world where the government told us that tasty and creamy butter was evil, a cause of heart disease that was right up there with cigarette smoking. Over the last few years, Americans who have had success with low-carb/high-fat diets have begun…
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