By A4M (The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine In recent years, the role of the gut microbiome in human health and its influence on human diseases – including different types of cancer – has garnered increasing attention. At… Continue Reading
After more than a year of endless postponements and cancellations due to COVID-19, it appears we are finally starting to “get back to normal.” And for a large segment of the population, this means the return of a… Continue Reading
By A4M (The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine In recent years, the scientific community has been increasingly focused on a rarely recognized yet widely prevalent condition that contributes to an array of diseases, including cardiometabolic diseases, arthritis, Alzheimer’s,… Continue Reading
CMHC (Cardiometabolic Health Congress) discusses the growing rates of young adult stroke cases, as well as possible causes and factors for such increase.
By A4M (The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine) The growing importance of hormonal health is becoming an integral component of modern medicine especially as the focus shifts toward maintaining and boosting immunocompetence in the population. Many plausible benefits… Continue Reading
Recent research in the rat model suggests that limiting carbohydrate consumption and eating ketone-rich foods has neuroprotective effects and may reduce risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. Article originally published by the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine.
Originally published by Cardiometabolichealth.org, this article explores the connection between atrial fibrillation and sleep disorders like sleep apnea, and how treatment of sleep disorders can improve the arrhythmia.
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most debilitating and dreaded age-related conditions of our time. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, someone in the US develops this disease every 66 seconds. Overall, 5.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s… Continue Reading
As a cardiologist, I have always had a vested interest in the prevention and treatment of diabetes because of its strong link to heart disease. Thankfully, Type 2 diabetes is a lifestyle disease, and can be managed—even reversed—with lifestyle changes. Aside from exercise, diet is the single most important factor in properly managing blood sugar levels. In addition to avoiding sugar and simple carbs, here are a handful of foods that lower blood sugar…
By Brent Wells, D.C. and Stephen Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C. Most of us don’t give much thought to our necks as we go about our day-to-day activities… Until we receive a dreadful wake-up call in the form of neck… Continue Reading