A 2005 study done at Columbia University showed that the less sleep the subjects got, the more likely they were to be obese. Those who got only four hours or less of sleep a night were 73% more likely to be obese than those getting seven-nine hours per night. Similarly, those sleeping five hours per . . . → Read More: Inadequate Sleep as a Risk Factor for Obesity
The incidence of diabetes and obesity is a global health crisis. In the Unites States (U.S.) alone, 11.3% (25.6 million) of all people over the age of twenty have diagnosed or undiagnosed diabetes. Another 35% are estimated to have pre-diabetes and it is recognized that 11% of these will develop type 2 diabetes each year . . . → Read More: Beyond Calories and Exercise: The Influence of Gut Health and Environmental Chemicals on Obesity and Diabetes
Elizabeth Naylor on The Business Spotlight Hosted by Patrick Dougher – YouTube.
http://www.ebenezerwellness.com/newsletters.html Ebenezer Wellness, Inc. was formed in 2006 as a provider of holistic health services, focusing on nutrition. We start with the premise that we are Spirit, Soul (mind, emotion & will) and Body. We believe that toxic overload and nutritional . . . → Read More: Elizabeth Naylor on The Business Spotlight Hosted by Patrick Dougher – YouTube
Symptoms are common but not normal. It is not normal to have increasing symptoms that are just attributed to “aging.” Symptoms are a sign that something is not working correctly. Simple symptoms, when systemically organized, can provide insight into underlying drivers of organ and glandular systems that contribute to health issues. Understanding this can empower . . . → Read More: Symptoms are clues but what do they mean?
A very practical book detailing the interplay between genetics and lifestyle factors as we know them today. The authors divided the topics into general health, heart health, cancer prevention, diabetes prevention, bone health, body weight and aging well. They did a great job of discussing current genetic tests, what they show and what that means . . . → Read More: It’s Not Just Your Genes!, Dr. Ruth DeBusk, PhD, RD & Yael Joffe, RD