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A Ten Minute Miracle

We all know how important it is to get enough exercise both for our physical and mental health. But how much is “enough?” The standard recommendation is to get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise each week. Moderate aerobic activity is defined as activities like walking at […]

The Truth About Wine In Vino Veritas

Is Wine Good For You or Bad For You? It’s a question that comes up a lot because wine can be a delightful part of life but there is a lot of information about its effects on your health, much of it conflicting. So let’s get to the veritas of the matter and find out the […]

The Secret Meaning of My Logo

No, it’s not a colorful bunch of bananas.No, it isn’t a representation of the LGBTQ rainbow flag.My logo isn’t just something I hired a graphic artist to design for me. Within that logo is the philosophy upon which I’ve built my life and my practice. Unlocking the secrets within my logo can unlock the secrets […]

SENOLYTICS

A Potent Weapon Against Aging No matter how well we take care of ourselves, the aging of our bodies will start to impact us eventually. Every minute of our lives, our bodies have been waging a war we can’t see; the war to protect and heal us from environmental factors, a bad diet, germs, viruses, […]

Is Gluten-Free All It’s Cracked Up To Be?

Walk down any grocery store aisle or even down the aisles of a convenience store, and you’ll see lots of gluten-free options. Even products that never contained gluten will proudly proclaim their gluten-free status. Not only are these products often more expensive than their gluten-containing counterparts, but they’re also usually just straight-up junk food. And if […]

Your Guide To Sweeteners

The Sweet Life By now, we are all aware of how detrimental sugar is to our health. Ingesting too much sugar can cause higher blood pressure, inflammation, Type II diabetes, fatty liver disease, and of course, weight gain.    But what would life be without a little sweetness? Let’s take a look at some of […]

Honey: Nature’s Sweetest Gift

Sweet, sticky, golden honey. Honey has endless uses; it sweetens our tea, soothes sore throats, moisturizes our skin, and is the only foodstuff that never, ever goes bad. Sure, it may crystallize in the jar, but a soak in some warm water will fix that. Not only is honey extremely versatile, but it also has […]

Air Frying: The Real Deal or A Lot of Hot Air?

I love to cook, and I love kitchen gadgets. But like most New Yorkers, I have limited storage and cabinet space, so I have to choose what kitchen appliances I buy wisely. If you have even a passing interest in cooking, you’ve probably heard of air fryers. They’re something of the gadget du jour right […]

Type III Diabetes?

Many of us are familiar with the medical terms Type I and Type II diabetes but lately, it is becoming more and more prevalent and evident within the scientific and medical communities that there is a new type they are talking about; Type III diabetes, previously called Alzheimer’s disease. It turns out that Alzheimer’s disease […]

Beach Therapy for Better Brain

It’s not only what you eat that matters to your brain — your environment matters, too. The largest organ that we have is our skin.  Interestingly, one of the most restorative environments for your brain, according to research published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, is the beach. The best atmosphere for psychological restoration when […]