Total Health Magazine - May 2015
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Christine Horner, MD, our cover story, contributes “Twelve Tips to Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer.” Dr. Horner culled research and thousands of medical studies to find the cause in the increase in the number of women, young and old, coming to her plastic surgery practice for reconstructive surgery resulting from breast cancer surgery. Dallas Clouatre, PhD. explores research and food sources of Uridine and describes how this supplement is absorbed into the body, for energy in the brain and for energy by athletes in "Uridine for the Brain, Sports and Beyond." Elson M. Haas, MD, counsels men in “Male Aging, Hormone Support, and Prostate Health” on the aging process in general for men, looks at testosterone and hormonal changes, and then focuses on maintaining prostate health and sexual function over the later years. In “How Exercise Improves Brain Function—At Any Age,” Karen V. Unger, MSW, Add alerts us on the importance of exercise. “Organic Eggs at the Grocery Store…Not So Quick!” Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DA Hom, PhD explains the differences between organically raised chickens and their eggs and the caged raised chickens and eggs. In her first article in Total Health speech therapist, Gwen Griffin, MA, CCC-SLP “Swallow, Cough, Sputter—Could You Have A Swallowing Disorder?” explains a process that most of us take for granted as much as we do breathing. Another first time Total Health Online author Veronika Polozkova “Sensations, Eating Habits and Healthy Diet,” describes another process that we also take for granted. It’s interesting to read how food producers “play with our food” before serving it to us. Dennis Goodman, MD, FACC, FACP, FCCP contributes “Vitamin K2: The Missing Nutrient for Heart and Bone Health.” Why is vitamin K2 so valuable? “Simply put, vitamin K2 is the body’s light switch. In “Herbal Teas For Detoxification,” Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, RH(AGH) discusses the benefits of ginger root (rhizome), green tea, dandelion root, and senna.
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