Endurance Exercise Reduces Fat
Surrounding the Heart

Fat surrounding the organs, particularly in the abdomen, decreases metabolic health, which can lead to heart attack, diabetes and stroke read more >>

A Brief Overview on Muscle Testing

At birth we are born perfect. All muscles are completely balanced, nerves are normal, and all of our organs and tissues are functioning at 100% read more >>

ED Is An Important Marker of Cardiovascular Disease

Two-thirds of men with coronary artery disease have difficulty getting erections. The common thread between both problems is poor health of the endothelial cells read more >>


I'm very excited about my reintroduction to what I consider to be one of the most important discoveries in our lifetime. Years ago I was intrigued by a research paper which involved the transference of negatively charged electrons from the earth to all living things. read more >>

Enhancing Metabolism with Fiber

When people decide to follow a healthy eating plan, they almost always consider their protein, carbohydrate, and fat intake with very little thought, if any, to dietary fiber read more >>


Being Gumby when you are young is a good thing, but when you become an adult it always leads to joint problems. Ligaments hold bones together. All the joints in the body, vertebra etc, are two or more bones held together by ligaments. read more >>

Sitting - Your Worst Enemy

Sitting – and generally leading a sedentary lifestyle, may raise your risks of developing chronic diseases, as well as potentially shorten your lifespan. Michael Jensen, from the Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA), and colleagues submit that too much sitting may be as bad for a person’s health as smoking. read more >>

Green Tea Decreases Abdominal Fat

Green tea is a popular weight-loss supplement that also improves blood sugar regulation and influences fat cell turnover. While is not a magic bullet that instantly improves metabolic health, it helps. read more >>

Testosterone Replacement Update

Headline news stories on November 5, 2013, parroted a study proclaiming that aging men using testosterone suffer greater heart attack risk. read more >>

Cell Phone Usage

I have reviewed all the latest research on cell phones and problems in the central nervous system such as cancers or haemorrhagic conditions. read more >>

Low-Carb Diet Decreases Inflammation

Inflammation promotes blood vessel disease, heart attack and stroke. A study found that a low-carbohydrate diet reduced markers of inflammation and blood fats better than a low-fat diet read more >>

Testosterone Therapy Does Not Increase Prostate Cancer Risks

Many physicians and aging adults have called testosterone a 'fountain of youth' since the hormone was first synthesized in 1934. Supplementing testosterone to prevent the effects of aging is highly controversial, in part because the hormone might promote prostate cancer. read more >>

Vitamin B Deficiency Associated With Cognitive Impairment

Vitamin B deficiency is associated with cognitive impairment in mice, as well as elevated homocysteine and microvascular changes in the brain. High levels of homocysteine predispose to cerebrovascular disease and Alzheimer's disease in humans. read more >>

Moderate Drinking Boosts Breast Cancer Recurrence

San Antonio - Even a few glasses of wine or cocktails a week may increase risk of recurrence for breast cancer survivors, researchers found. Women who averaged three to four of more drinks per week were 34% more likely to have a recurrence than those who drank less than once per week, read more >>

Low Testosterone Linked To Poor Health in Aging Men

Testosterone and the biologically active free testosterone decrease with age in men. These changes are linked to decreases in muscle and bone mass, poor sexual performance, psychological depression, declining physical performance and poor mental function. read more >>

Quick Hits

Low blood levels of vitamin D have been linked to prostate cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer and of course osteoporosis. A blood test is available that accurately measures vitamin D levels. read more >>