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December, 2012 - Happy Holidays! 

Remember – enjoy yourself, and in moderation. Here is a solution, for both now and after the holidays, to stay healthy and at your preferred weight. We all know that dining out can be not-so-healthy, even at some of the healthiest markets and restaurants. So here’s a solution: Artisan Bistro has just created some delicious, healthy, frozen meals with clean lean protein, including wild fish, grass fed beef, free range chicken and turkey. I tasted them all and they are YUMMY! Developed by a team of top doctors and nutritionists, you can have access to them only through a qualified health care… (>> read)


November, 2012 – The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free!

I just attended the annual review course in Holistic and Integrative Medicine at Scripps in San Diego. One inspiring lecture that really resonated with me addressed the importance of the “L word” in treating our patients: LOVE!!! Works for me. We know that the doctor — patient relationship is the basis for healing — and for me, practicing medicine would be empty without it. Now we have the research to prove it! I’m thrilled with the feedback to my newest e-Book, “The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free.” So, do you think only crackheads… (>> read)


October, 2012 – Enhance Your Mental Focus and Concentration!

Happy autumn! Southern California may finally be over it’s heatwave, and elsewhere, the leaves are changing. Back to school, pace of life is picking up, and the conference season is on. I just attended the Seeds of Deception Conference with renowned scientists presenting the latest research on the dangers of genetically modified foods (GMOs). A free replay of this compelling 6-hour conference will be available soon. Sign up on their site for more information. (>> read)


January, 2012 – My Newest Book is Now Available!

My latest book, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Treatments in Psychiatry, is packed with information on a broad range of treatments to improve mental health and promote wellness while decreasing dependency on medication.Amazingly, after only one week, there have been over 2,500 downloads of the book in 150 different countries, and it’s moving quickly up the charts! Chapter topics include: An introduction to the philosophy of wellness and recovery; Importance of full medical exams; Lifestyle changes, including diet, sleep, and exercise; Allergies, toxins, and poisons… (>> read)


October, 2012 – Falls May be Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

Falls and balance problems may be early indicators of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a report presesented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease in Paris. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that people with brain changes suggestive of early Alzheimer’s disease were more likely to fall than those whose brains did not show the same changes. Until now, falls had only been associated with Alzheimer’s in the late stages… (>> read)


October 2011 – Chinese Club Moss Extract May Improve Cognition in Alzheimer’s Disease

Existing evidence suggests that patients with Alzheimer’s disease who have takenHuperzine A have improved general cognitive function, global clinical status, functional performance and reduced behavioural disturbance compared to patients taking placebos. The research team came to this conclusion after studying data in six trials that involve a total of 454 patients. Part of the damage involved in Alzheimer’s disease is a loss of acetylcholine-containing neurons… (>> read)


October 2011 – Huperzine-A Shows Promise for Memory and Cognitive Functions

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a progressive degenerative disease that most commonly appears after the age of 50. Currently, Alzheimer’s afflicts approximately 40% of all individuals over the age of 85, for a total of 4 million people in the U.S. alone. When symptoms occur before the age of 65 the disease is designatedPresenile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type (PDAT). When symptoms occur after age 65 the syndrome is referred to as Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type (SDAT). Symptoms include a gradual yet inexorable loss of memory, mental performance, communication skills, abstract thinking… (>> read)


Previous Issues

  • November 2010 Issue
  • Spring 2010 Issue
  • January 2010 Issue
  • Archived Articles
  • Calcium and Vitamin D for osteoporosis: Do they, or don’t they work ?
  • OsteoPhase® and Enhanced Bone Health
  • Vitamin E: Is it good for you?
  • Spring Renewal
  • Natural Relief for Spring Allergy Miseries
  • Bone Drugs Linked to Alarming Destruction of Jaw Bone
  • OsteoPhase Safely Supports Bone Health, Reverses Bone Decay
  • Vital Cell and Improved Live Blood Analysis
  • Client Feedback on “New Life” with Vital Cell
  • Serious” Side Effect”s of Formulas?
  • Pet Clinics ‘Adopt’ Chinese Herbs for Healthier Cats and Dogs
  • More articles…
  • Woman on a Mission
  • Shaping Up For Summer
  • Restoring Brain Function to Improve Mood
  • Continuing Education
  • Controlling Stress to Prevent Chronic Illnesses
  • The Truth About Electropollution
  • Even more articles…
  • Choosing Healthy Solutions over Pharmaceutical Intervention
  • Mood Supplements
  • Antioxidants and The Journa l of the AmericanMedical Association (JAMA)