How Much Exercise Do You Need?

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“Exercise” Versus “Lifestyle Activity”:  How Active Are You—Really? Author: Dr. Pierre DuBois The most frequent questions I get are: “How much exercise do I need?” and “What’s the best way of getting that exercise?” If you are like most people, working out just for the sake of working out does not really appeal (although there are many dedicated ...

Are High Protein Diets Your Secret To Successful Weight Loss?

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Do High Protein Diets Reduce Fat And Preserve Muscle? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney Are high protein diets your secret to healthy weight loss? There are lots of diets out there – high fat, low fat, Paleolithic, blood type, exotic juices, magic pills and potions. But recently, high protein diets are getting a lot of press. The ...

Does Skipping Breakfast Increase Heart Disease Risk?

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Should You Eat Breakfast Every Day? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney Does skipping breakfast actually increase your risk of heart attacks? You’ve probably heard the saying “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper”. You’ve probably also heard that skipping breakfast is associated with increased risk of things like:   obesity high blood pressure and diabetes If you ...

Omega-3 Fatty Acid Deficiency And ADHD: Do The Effects Worsen From Generation to Generation

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The Seventh Generation Revisited Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney Do the effects of omega-3 fatty acid deficiency on ADHD get worse from one generation to the next? When I was a young man I read an article called “The Seventh Generation” in Organic Gardening magazine. That article was based on the old Indian admonition to consider the effects of ...

Can Soft Drinks Cause Heart Disease?

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Put Down That Soda Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney  Can Soft Drinks Cause Heart Disease? For today's "Health Tip" I'm going to paraphrase a quote from your some of your favorite action flicks: "Put down that soda and back away and nobody gets hurt." You see, the news about soft drinks keeps getting worse and worse! You've probably already ...

Can Obesity Affect Your Sex Drive?

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A Big, Fat Problem With Testosterone Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney  Can Obesity Affect Your Sex Drive? While millions of American women are on a diet at any one time, many men just ignore those extra pounds. Things like heart disease, cancer and diabetes seem to be much more distant threats to us. The male ego also allows ...

Can Exercise Help You Live Longer?

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Run Long And Prosper Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney Can Exercise Help You Live Longer? In my past "Tips" I have talked about how hard it is to prove the value of individual lifestyle changes for improving our longevity - whether we are talking about more exercise, lower fat diets or individual nutritional supplements. Most studies have ...

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Omega-3 Benefits: Lower High Blood Pressure

Posted July 16, 2019 by Dr. Steve Chaney

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What Does the FDA Say About Omega-3 Benefit Claims? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney     Among omega-3 benefits is lower high blood pressure.  That claim can be made according to the FDA.  Heart Disease is still the number 1 cause of death in this country. And, while deaths from heart disease have been declining in recent years, deaths due ...

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