Since 1963, February has been celebrated as American Heart Month to urge Americans to join the battle against heart disease. Since 2004, February also has been the signature month for the American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women” campaign and the message that heart disease is not only a man’s problem.
Heart disease kills an estimated 630,000 Americans each year. It’s the leading cause of death for both men and women. In the United States, the most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which can lead to a heart attack. You can greatly reduce your risk for CAD through lifestyle changes, and in some cases, medication.
We know that family history is a big risk factor you can’t avoid, but there are other risk factors that you can manage like poor […]
Just wanted to let you know that if you missed any of the presentations from the “Better Beyond 50” Women’s Health Summit, you still have the chance to watch them all!
All 23 expert interviews are available to watch for free until midnight tonight (Wednesday, November 16th).
Watch the videos by clicking here: https://transactions.sendowl.com/stores/4865/3047
I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to these speakers and have learned so much!!
Don’t forget, your chance to watch these videos for free ends tonight (that’s Wednesday, November 16th) at midnight. Watch them now!
I truly hope you have enjoyed the “Better Beyond 50” Summit. There is such valuable information in every interview and I have seen some of the bonus’s the speakers are giving away. Its great stuff…you won’t want to miss it!
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Food will always be our best medicine, and this is particularly the case with diabetes. Early intervention can stop this potentially debilitating disease in its tracks by making only a few changes in an individual’s eating and lifestyle habits. It is important to note that diabetes is not, in fact, a disease of blood sugar, but it’s actually a disorder of insulin and leptin signaling.
Insulin regulation plays such as an integral role in your health and longevity, that elevated levels are not only symptoms of diabetes, but other diseases as well (heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, peripheral vascular disease, obesity, and cancer).
Foods to Avoid: Sweets, sodas, juices, breads, pasta, cereals, rice, potatoes, and corn. You may also want to avoid or restrict fruit consumption until your blood sugar gets under control.
Top Foods […]
Please join us for the ultimate “Better Beyond 50” Webinar with Melissa Koerner, which runs from Sunday, November 6-20, 2016. FREE access from November 6-15!!
This event features our nutritionist, Judy Nicassio (November 14th), and other health experts who collectively give you a plan to defy the ageist stereotype that you’re supposed to become sick, overweight and tired after 50. Judy will be talking about how a woman’s dietary needs change after age 50, key foods to include in your diet to look and feel your best, foods to avoid or limit, how a woman’s diet impacts her hormone levels, and so much more!
Just click on this link to sign up:
Here is a list of the amazing health experts who will be joining Judy for the Summit:
- Sunday, November 6th: Susan Peirce Thompson (Food Addiction & Sustainable Weight Loss) and David Getoff (Cholesterol Myths)
- Monday, […]
Breast cancer is caused by hereditary factors and lifestyle. Specifically, the primary causes of breast cancer are nutritional deficiencies, exposure to environmental toxicity, inflammation, and estrogen dominance and the resultant breakdown in genetic integrity and immune surveillance. Eating whole and unprocessed foods can decrease inflammation in the body and reduce the chances of developing breast cancer. Also, synthetic hormone replacement therapy has been indicated as causing elevated estrogen levels that are correlated with increased chance of breast cancer.
Signs to watch for:
- Changes in breast tissue – it is important to check your breast tissue to identify any thickening or lumps
- Nipple discharge or nipple inversion
- Dimpling or indentation of the breast tissue
- Enlarged lymph nodes in the armpits
- Redness of the breast tissue
As naturopathic physicians at Rejuvena, we’d prefer to focus on breast health and ways to […]
On September 13th we celebrate “National Celiac Disease Awareness Day” in honor of the doctor who identified a link between celiac disease and diet. Dr. Samuel Gee, a leader in celiac disease research, was born on Sept. 13, 1839. A senate resolution calling for the commemoration gained unanimous approval on Aug. 3, 2010. In marking the awareness day, the Senate “recognizes that all people of the United States should become more informed and aware of celiac disease,” the resolution stated.
Stay tuned as we’ll be posting a few of our favorite delicious gluten-free recipes this week!
Healthy Aging Month is an annual observance designed to focus national attention on the positive aspects of growing older. The mission of Healthy Aging Month is to encourage local level events that promote taking personal responsibility for one’s health – physically, socially, mentally or financially.
Watch for our upcoming blog on tips to staying healthy as we age!
What exactly are “pretty foods”? Well, it’s simple really. The foods you eat directly affect your health, your appearance and play a significant role in how well you age. Find out how incorporating these recommended foods regularly into your diet can make a positive difference in all aspects of your life.
Cocoa contains high levels of flavonols, a powerful antioxidant. It’s not only very hydrating to your skin, but it can improve memory, increase your sense of well-being, reduce heart disease, help shed fat, boost immunity, and create loads of energy.
Wild Salmon, Walnuts, & Flax Seeds
Foods rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids improves elasticity of skin and prevents dry skin and acne. In addition, its anti-inflammatory properties have been shown to prevent heart disease and stroke, promote brain health, including memory enhancement and prevention of depression, […]
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been telling us all along that we needn’t fear going through the full body scanners at airports, as it poses no threat to our health. The technology behind the body scanners is called “millimeter wave imaging”, and according to the TSA’s Frequently Asked Questions page, this type of technology “uses harmless electromagnetic waves to detect potential threats”. Though not ionizing in nature, millimeter wave technology machines have been known to be a contributing factor to cancer. Basically, your skin is being microwaved.
Although one might believe that exposure to a certain amount of radiation microwaves may not be harmful, most scientists agree that pretty much any amount creates a risk. Millimeter waves will destroy the cells they’re targeted at – in this case every cell on the surface of your body. Microwave ovens operate at nearly the same frequencies as these machines. They induce […]