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Before You Make New Year’s Resolutions

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I suppose most of us try to start the New Year with a clean slate, promising to kick a bad  habit or begin a new, healthy one.  In order to really do this well, I suggest that you take stock of what you’ve accomplished during 2011 first.  You’ve probably done better than you’re giving yourself credit for, and it’s appropriate […]

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Most Important Meal of the Day?

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No matter what other resolutions you make next month, I’d like to suggest one that will have a huge impact on your health :  eat breakfast.  Make sure it’s healthy.  Try to eat it sitting down, not driving a car or at a computer.  Do it within an hour of getting up.

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Detox Part II (Liver Detoxification at the Equinox or When Ill)

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The word “detox” gets thrown around a good bit in the lay press, but there are actually some very specific processes that are being referred to here.  The liver is the main organ of detoxification, using 2 sets of chemical reactions to clean up inflammatory debris,as well as break down and rid the body of toxic chemicals.  Most toxic substances […]

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Liver Cleansing Detox Diets & Body Cleanse – Part 1

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The post I want to do today will, unfortunately, need to be in two parts.  First, I need to remind you that if you want to join us in our “virtual group detox” that begins this Saturday, 9/17/11, you’ll need to be sure to get your nutraceutical supplement from the office today or tomorrow.  Also, please let the staff know […]

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Resistant Starch: Weight Loss Miracle?

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Ok, there’s a simple rule of thumb—if you see the words “weight loss” and “miracle” in the same sentence, you should get your guard up.  A recent book promoting a new weight loss plan bases it’s premise on increasing your intake of resistant starch to fill your belly without absorbing calories and shrinking fat cells in the process.

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Eating to Spare Your Liver

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I suppose the term “non-alcoholic fatty liver disease” isn’t a day to day component of most people’s conversation.  It is, however, the single most common progressive liver disease in this country.  There is a spectrum ranging from simple fatty liver that has no symptoms all the way to cirrhosis.  Why would this be the topic of a column relating to […]

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Welcome to Our New Blog

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You know, I just started out to be a good doc.  I just wanted to take care of people, help them get and stay well, get to know them a bit better.  21 years ago, I didn’t realize that what I would actually be doing is talking for a living. The root word for “doctor” comes from the word for […]

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