Weight Management by: Jerry Hickey, R. Ph. Follow on Google+Healthy Tips from our Scientific Director - Weight LossResearch shows that taking a protein supplement after a meal helps you feel satiated. This curbing of your appetite decreases cravingMore info...
July 2015 Preliminary Guidelines of Prediabetes By: Dr. Claire Arcidiacono, ND Diabetes is a very common illness. According to the latest data compiled in 2012, it affects 29 million Americans (1). On average, diabetes cost the United StatMore info...
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July 2015 Preventing The Ravages Of Diabesity Through Lifestyle Changes By: Archana Gogna, MS,CNS, MBA The collective expression of obesity, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, systemic inflammation and Type 2 diabetes is now commonly refeMore info...
by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Obesity, besides increasing the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer, also can take its toll on your knees, spine, and self image. Losing weight requires a combination of decreasing your calorie intake while sMore info...
Weight Management by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Healthy Tips from our Scientific DirectorResearch shows that taking a protein supplement after a meal helps you feel satiated. This curbing of your appetite decreases craving for food. Imparting a feeling ofMore info...
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"Turn the Clock Back on your Aging Brain"by: Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Follow on Google+ Why is it that yesterday you were so energetic and today you are not? In fact the frequency of experiencing spurts of high energy is decreasing in number as you age.More info...
Previous research has shown that lacking Vitamin D leads to a higher concentration of fat at the expense of muscle and that if you lack calcium, the body’s great regulator “the hypothalamus” will not shut down your appetite. New research adds to tMore info...