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Ask The Blood Detective – How to reverse your biological age – 11.05.16

It may be true at present that we cannot reverse the aging process from a chronicle logical point of view, but there is evidence that many aspects of biological aging are in fact reversible. For example, as we age we tend to degenerate causing poor absorption of nutrition, our cholesterol tends to increase, blood pressure tends to go up, our healing slow’s, our immune systems become disrupted causing either autoimmunity or immunodeficiency along with many other known biological changes. Each of these aging biomarkers have been shown to be potentially reversible with the right nutrition. Tune in to Dr. Wald and find out what you need to know to maximize your new potential and health. Dr. wall can be reached at 914-242-8844. His website is www.IntegratednutritionandY.com and he can be emailed at info@integratednutritionandy.com or info at blooddetective.com.

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Being fit protects against health risks caused by stress at work

It is a well-known fact that fitness and well-being go hand in hand. But being in good shape also protects against the health problems that arise when we feel particularly stressed at work. As reported by sports scientists from the University of Basel and colleagues from Sweden, it therefore pays to stay physically active, especially during periods of high stress. …

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Jess Guh – Racism Alive and Well in New Medical Guidelines

Going to the doctor is like going to the car mechanic. It falls right between “trip to DMV” and “post office during the holidays” on the list of errands that we all hate doing. Just like the car mechanic, it can be expensive and even if they don’t fix the problem, you still have to pay. When they do find …

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Flaxseed supplements linked to improved blood pressure: Meta-analysis

Data from 1,302 participants indicated that flaxseed supplements are associated with significant reductions in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure of about 2.85 mmHg and 2.39 mmHg, respectively. “The results obtained in the present meta-analysis – a decrease of 2.85/2.39 mmHg after flaxseed supplementation – might be valuable for the hypertension management using nutraceuticals, since Heart Outcome Evaluation study demonstrated …