Total Health Magazine - February 2015
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Dallas Clouatre, PhD, in “Caloric Restriction, Fasting and Nicotinamide Riboside” delves into methods used to extend the human lifespan, although caloric restriction (CR) has proven to be useful in extending life towards its upper threshold in life forms ranging from yeast to primates, it does not work in all species. Elson M. Haas, MD, “Ten Tips for Emotional Well-being and Heart Health” offers his guidelines for strengthening personal relationships and your heart health. Brad King’s, MS, MFS, in “How to Maintain an Ultimate Libido,” gives a healthy alternative to the commercials that blast the TV screens across America. “Death And The Melting Pot: Is There a Universal Key to Caring for the Dying, Whatever Culture They Belong To?” is the first in a three part series written by Daniela Muggia. After more than 20 years of working with the terminally ill, she has developed the ECEL Method, Empathic Care at the End of Life; one of the most popular courses taught in hospitals, hospices and for Master’s degree programs at universities in Italy and other countries. Brent Barlow, ND “Keeping New Year’s Resolutions” gives ideas for those who may have trouble following through on the resolutions they made a short time ago. Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DAHom, PhD, “Cardio Rejuvenation” compares our heart to our cars—if we reduce the mileage placed on our car, they last longer. If we learn to slow and rest our heart rate, this vital organ stays healthier longer—adding more years to those predicted two billion beats in a lifespan. “A Natural Approach To Cholesterol Reduction And Heart Health” Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, RH(AHG) reports the current conventional medical treatment is cholesterol-lowering prescription drugs, along with low saturated fat diets. This month’s Pet Care column by Shawn Messonnier, DVM, is on “Constipation,” more common in cats than dogs and veterinary supervision is recommended for treatment.
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