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In-Depth Research and Information on Common Medical Conditions


Deficiencies of Aging

There are many conditions we tend to accept as “normal” consequences of aging. As we learn more about the human body and how these conditions develop, we can identify methods to suppress the symptoms of aging and improve quality of life.

Hydroxycitric Acid, garcinia Cambogia

Carbohydrate Metabolism

When carbohydrates enter the body they are converted to glucose or stored as glycogen. The body has a limited capacity for storing glycogen and once this is attained, the excess glucose is converted to fat and stored in the adipose tissue.

Myoden, Adenosine Monophosphate

Living with Chronic Fatigue

Fatigue can be a symptom of just about any illness, vitamin deficiency, too much stress, too little sleep, poor diet, etc. Fatigue is the most common symptom reported to doctors by patients.


The Missing Link

DHEA is a “pro-hormone” which can be converted by the body into estrogen, progesterone, cortisone, testosterone and all other sex and steroid hormones. It is known as the "mother" hormone because it is the precursor hormone for many other hormones that maintain and improve health.


Insulin Resistance

Diabetes is a cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States which is becoming increasingly common. In the year 1990 3.5% of Americans were diagnosed with diabetes. As of 2015, this number has increased to 30.3 million Americans, or 9.4% of the population, and 1.5 million new Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year.


Emotional Eating (Part 2)

Hunger plays an important biological role in energy balance. Regulation of appetite is mediated by the gut-brain axis, which receives signals of satiation from the adipose tissue, gut response to nutrient sensing, and gut response to stretching (being full). During ideal circumstances, these complex systems can communicate with one another to appropriately regulate energy intake.

L-Phenylalanine, DIUCAPS

Emotional Eating (Part 1)

A common hurdle for weight loss patients to overcome is hunger. As one works to correct their eating habits, the body attempts to sabotage the patients’ weight loss goals by telling them to eat more. The sensations of hunger and satiety are influenced by environmental and genetic factors, as well as specific centers of the brain - especially the hypothalamus.

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Independent Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Disease

A growing body of scientific research has found that an elevated level of an amino acid called homocysteine is associated with an increased risk of heart disease (Guba, 1996). Heart disease can come in many forms. A common indication of cardiovascular disease is the accumulation of atheroslerotic plaque.


Mobilizing Stored Fat

If you were to ask a group of weight loss patients which area they would most like to lose some weight, it is likely they would point to their stomach. Even for highly-compliant dieters, belly fat can be the most difficult to lose. Losing belly fat is not just advantageous for aesthetic reasons, excess belly fat can also contribute to poor health outcomes.

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