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Heart Health: Dr. Ozner’s Approach to Heart Disease Prevention

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By Jon Vanzile   In a matter of just 40 seconds or so, one person in Europe will suffer a heart attack.1 That adds up to nearly 90 heart attacks every hour. After years of accepting high death rates from cardiovascular disease, an advance has occurred in therapeutic prevention. According to prominent Miami cardiologist Michael Ozner, M.D., we […]

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Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA)

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September 2018 By James J. Dinicolantonio, PharmD   The term “inflammation” is used in so many different ways that the role of chronic inflammation in accelerating degenerative processes remains largely overlooked. Endless advertisements tout drugs that temporarily relieve localized pain. Few realize that normal aging ignites low-level inflammation that causes or contributes to virtually every chronic disease.1-4   Most readers of Life Extension […]

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Fish Oil Reduces the Fires of Inflammation

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By Clyde Pepper Many ill effects of aging are caused by low-grade, chronic inflammation. These slow-burning internal fires damage tissues and underlie many cancers, vascular disorders, and dementias. Inflammation is partially regulated through the eicosanoid pathway. Age, poor diet, and other factors tip the balance of this pathway from anti-inflammatory to pro-inflammatory. Omega-3-rich fish oil rebalances the eicosanoid pathway and safely helps reduce inflammation.   What is the […]

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Want to Revitalize Your Energy? Try the new revolutionizing energy boosting formula “The One®”

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There is nothing quite like feeling completely revitalized and energized. But have you ever thought about what it is that makes you feel this way? The role that your mitochondria play in contributing to how revitalized you feel cannot be overestimated. In fact, your mitochondria are tiny intra-cellular organisms that produce as much as 95% of the energy that your body uses! In other words, your mitochondria can be […]

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Tocotrienols: Vitamin E’s Other Half

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Vitamin E is just vitamin E, right? Not exactly. Most of us know vitamin E as “alpha tocopherol” (whether we realize it or not). However, in addition to alpha, there are beta, delta, and gamma tocopherols as well as alpha, beta, delta, and gamma tocotrienols. Of the eight forms of vitamin E, the tocotrienols receive […]

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Liposomes – next generation nutrient delivery

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Liposomes are tiny vesicles made up of natural phospholipids, the basic building blocks of cell membranes and absorption starts directly from your mouth! Due to their structure, these small vesicles can carry nutrients directly inside the cells as well as enable them to bypass the digestive process that often leads to degradation or limited uptake. […]

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Are You Sure You’re Getting Enough Protein?

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The abundance of protein here in the West is something that many of us take for granted. So how can you be sure that you’re getting enough protein yourself? Read on.   The Basics: Getting Protein from Food Protein is composed of twenty amino acids. Nine of these amino acids are “essential” because they can’t be made in […]

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How to Manage Joint Discomfort Naturally

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By Marie Parks One of the most common ailments that limit individuals in their work, physical activity, and leisurely hobbies is joint stifness.1 It makes sense that the risk of joint stiffness and discomfort increases as we age because of the cumulative wear and tear on our bodies. And even if you take a proactive approach, […]

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Cruciferous Vegetables: A Taste Worth Acquiring

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Cruciferous vegetables get their name from their four-petaled cross-shaped flowers, They include bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, and the nutritional media darling, kale. While these members of the Brassicaceae family are, admittedly, not among everyone’s favorites (particularly children), the significant benefits they deliver make them well-worth eating. To start, cruciferous vegetables contain vitamin C, beta-carotene, and […]

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