Category Archives for chronic disease

Cocoa Flavanol (dark chocolate) for skin, heart and brain health

regular cocoa flavanol consumption had positive effects on facial wrinkles and elasticity. Cocoa flavanol supplementation may contribute to the prevention of the progression of photo-aging For the record

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Surviving Multiple Myeloma- The Burden of Survivorship and Life After Treatment

Once in a great while you find an article that summarizes your thoughts and feelings about a particular issue.  This article expresses the difficulties of the life of a cancer survivor very well. Few

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Multiple Myeloma-Curing Cancer Shouldn’t Always be the Goal

Cancer Coaching-“Sometimes patients and their doctors can manage cancer (MM) so successfully that it may seem to go away. Unfortunately, it doesn’t. And it could still go rogue at any time…” Please

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40% of Seniors Experience A-fib- Reduce Risk of Stroke W/ Non-Toxic Therapy

“By 30 months, 40 percent of patients were determined to have suffered at least one episode of this type of abnormal rhythm (A-fib)…” If you take away only two pieces of information from

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Multiple Myeloma Patients can Manage Depression w/ Non-Toxic Therapy

“Depression was found in 40 percent of the (multiple myeloma) patients, and 3 out of 4 of those patients were never diagnosed or treated for it, researchers found…” It shouldn’t

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Whole-Body Hyperthermia aka Sauna for Heart Disease

“…sauna may be one of the most important health habits to have to prevent and reverse the #1 killer in the Western world (heart disease)… I have written about the anti-cancer benefits

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Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, N-Acetylcysteine and Your Quality of Life

N-Acetylcysteine was found to have a significant effect only on decreases in percentage of predicted vital capacity and 6 minutes walking test distance for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis  I read the article

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Melatonin As Anti-Aging Therapy for Age-Related Bone Loss

“These compelling results are the first evidence indicating that dietary melatonin (mel) supplementation is able to exert beneficial effects against age-related bone loss in old rats…” A

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Non-alcoholic Fatty liver increases risk for cardiovascular events in women

“…we found that women with Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease are not more protected than men with NAFLD.” The takeaway from the study discussed below is that being female normally lowers

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CoQ10 to Improve Ejection Fraction in Congestive Heart Failure

“Pooled analyses of available randomized controlled trials suggest that CoQ₁₀ may improve the Ejection Fraction in patients with congestive heart failure” I have chronic atrial fibrillation

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