Category Archives: Heart Health

The Heart Health and Inflammation Connection

Did you know that Heart Disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the US? Over the years, there has been much speculation about the main contributors to heart disease. Some of the most popular being high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and even Atherosclerosis. Because of this, the pharmaceutical industry has… Read More »


Top 5 Health Concerns Men Face Everyday

Maybe you’re a man searching for answers to some of your most frustrating symptoms. Perhaps you’re a woman looking to help improve the health of your husband, father or bother. Either way, there are some very common health concerns that nearly every man will face throughout their lifetime. Discover the underlying causes of these health… Read More »


Why Your Heart Needs Vitamin D

Vitamin D is something we’re constantly hearing about these days. Known as “sunshine in a bottle”, vitamin D is so incredibly crucial to your overall health, and because we don’t absorb enough from the sun or our food, it is crucial that we supplement with additional vitamin D. Vitamin D, which is actually a hormone… Read More »


Testosterone & Your Heart

Guys, let’s talk. You’ve heard about low testosterone, or more commonly talked about as “low-t”, and you know you need it. You’ve also probably heard how it can help build muscle mass, how it can improve your ability to think quicker and give you more initiative and also, how it can improve your declining (or… Read More »


Fish Oil Could Lessen Effects Of Mental Stress On Heart

This article is from our friends at The Huffington Post. At my practice in Sugar Land, Texas, I recommend my patients take our Advanced EPA/DHA Omega-3, which is a medical grade fish oil supplement.  Following is an article detailing just one of the ways it can help you feel your best and protect your health.… Read More »


Chronic Stress: The Hidden Health Risks

From The Huffington Post By Meryl Davids Landau, for U.S. News According to a recent American Psychological Association poll, nearly a quarter of Americans confessed to currently feeling under “extreme stress.” Respondents especially blamed money, work, and the economy—a feeling 50-year-old Sue Wasserman knows all too well. In February, the public relations manager left Atlanta… Read More »


How to Get Fit Using The Weight Loss Program Diet

Understanding the many benefits of this proven weight loss treatment. The summer season brings with it a change in many people’s daily activities: traveling every other weekend to exciting vacation spots, soaking up long afternoons in the sun at the beach, switching out the sweats and Ugg boots for short shorts and flip flops and,… Read More »


The Importance of Staying Hydrated in the Summer

Feel stronger, healthier & more powerful this summer by staying hydrated. All month long in July, we will be touching on many health and wellness exercises and treatments that can help to make you a healthier, more powerful individual―both physically and mentally. While many of the articles we are going to be featuring will teach… Read More »


The Do’s and Don’ts of Healthy Dieting

How to maintain a healthy diet that will lead to positive results. While many people love the warm weather and weekends at the beach that come along with summer, this season also brings with it a love/hate relationship in many people, all surrounding one particular topic―bathing suit season. Breaking out the bikinis and swimsuits often… Read More »


Outdoor Exercise Can Improve Mind, Body & Spirit

“Green” fitness has positive effects on your mind and your overall well being. There is no debating the numerous health benefits that come along with daily fitness and exercise: improved health and form, a reduced risk of illness and disease, and a significant decrease in stress and anxiety levels. However, daily fitness is not the… Read More »


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