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David Bernstein
During the first week, you may find it easy to lose weight by simply switching to a healthier diet. But as your metabolism adjusts, you won’t burn as many calories as you used to. So, losing additional weight will become harder.
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We’ve been talking about the significance of stress, the negative effects it has on our body and the ways we can balance it. In my new book “The Power of 5: The Ultimate Formula for Longevity & Remaining Youthful,” I discuss what I refer to as the two flavors of stress: emotional and physical.
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Did You Know: The American Medical Association has noted that stress is the basic cause of more than 60% of all human illness and disease. Both directly and indirectly, stress has a profound impact on health and wellbeing, and we are only beginning to fully understand how this works.
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This 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coifed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved to a nursing home yesterday. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary …
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In our society, more and more Americans young and old are seeking out ways to remain youthful, vibrant and healthy. Organic farmers and grocers are finding ways to meet the demands of a growing number of interested consumers, while physicians and other health professionals are educating patients on the benefits of new and innovative methods...
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You hold many of the keys to alleviating chronic pain. It comes down to the basics, and that’s because it works. What we eat and our level of activity are important factors to help YOU to remain strong and healthy. In my new book “The Power of 5: The Ultimate Formula for Longevity & Remaining...
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With how fast the field of medicine is evolving, more and more Americans are living longer, and as I hope, aging gracefully. For those of us baby boomers who are still lucky enough to have our parents around, the chances of us having to care for them as we age increases.
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I try to encourage everyone I meet to start now while you’re young – meaning as early as your 30s. As a Geriatrician, by the time I meet a new patient in the “back nine” of their life, it’s sometimes challenging to get a person to change their habits. It can be done, but it’s...
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In the sweets chapter of my new book, The Power of 5: The Ultimate Formula for Longevity & Remaining Youthful, I explore the evidence behind poor food choices and how they impact bodily functions. You are what you eat, so don’t be fast, cheap, easy or fake!
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