Winter 2009 – BodyLogicMD Makes the List in Suzanne Somers Book

Winter 2009 – BodyLogicMD Makes the List in Suzanne Somers Book When Suzanne Somers talks about bioidentical hormones, people listen. Somers latest book, “Breakthrough: Eight Steps to Wellness” discusses her success with bioidentical hormones and BodyLogicMD made the anti-aging resource coveted list. “We applaud Suzanne Somers for her advocacy when it comes to bioidentical hormones and the true … Continued

Fall 2008 – Seven Keys to Wellness

Fall 2008 – Seven Keys to Wellness There are seven major keys to wellness that play a direct role in the level of inflammation in the body. If one of these elements is out of balance, the more likely it is that inflammation will occur.   The Seven Keys to Wellness are: Environmental Inputs (diet, lifestyle, toxins, stress, … Continued

Fall 2008 – Fitness and Inflammation

Fall 2008 – Fitness and Inflammation Fitness is just as important as diet in controlling inflammation in the body. Cardiovascular and muscle toning exercises help reduce overall body fat. In turn, when a person has less fat cells, the amount of inflammatory cytokines released in their bloodstream reduces as well – leading to less inflammation. “Fitness is vitally important … Continued

Fall 2008 – Diet and Inflammation

Fall 2008 – Diet and Inflammation With 64 percent of the adult American population overweight, the need for treatment of inflammatory disease is rising. The medical research community has established a clear link between inflammatory diseases and obesity – a discovery that is now being used to help treat chronically overweight individuals. Preventing inflammation can be … Continued

Fall 2008 – Inflammation: The Secret Epidemic

Fall 2008 – Inflammation: The Secret Epidemic Internal inflammation is often overlooked or misdiagnosed by the traditional medical community – a fact that leaves individuals unaware of the actual medical issues they face, with little hope for improvement. Inflammation occurs when the processes of the body work to protect itself from various infection and disease. Excess inflammation can … Continued

Fall 2008 – Inflammation And Hormonal Imbalances

Fall 2008 – Inflammation And Hormonal Imbalances One of the most destructive consequences of hormonal imbalances can be inflammation, which is the root of allchronic illness – from heart disease, obesity, and diabetes to dementia, depression, cancer, and even autism. “Hormones help balance the body, so we have just enough to protect us from illness but not so much … Continued

Winter 2009 – Burn Baby Burn?Double the Calories in Half the Time

Winter 2009 – Burn Baby Burn?Double the Calories in Half the Time Looking to burn extra calories during your workout without adding on extra time? No problem! Just follow these five easy tips to start seeing more results in less time.   Green Tea 3X a Day.A study from the University of Geneva in Switzerland found that in addition … Continued

Winter 2009 – Energy Drinks ? Hydration Helpers or Energy Eliminators?

Winter 2009 – Energy Drinks ? Hydration Helpers or Energy Eliminators? Energy Drinks – Hydration Helpers or Energy Eliminators? Energy drinks are more popular than ever, but what are the risks associated with consuming these beverages? They are advertised as providing more energy than a typical drink, providing intense hydration and fluid replenishment, for athletes and regular people alike. “Energy drinks can … Continued

Spring 2009 – Oprah Starts the Conversation

Spring 2009 – Oprah Starts the Conversation Talk Show Icon Begins Series of Shows Focused on Hormone Imbalance and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy “If you’re a woman who’s planning to live past the age of 35, at some point you’re going to face hormone imbalance,” Oprah Winfrey said during her January 22 show titled Bioidentical Hormone … Continued

Spring 2009 – Running on Empty?

Spring 2009 – Running on Empty? Feel Like Something’s Not Quite Right?You might be suffering from thyroid imbalance Oprah Winfrey’s recent diagnosis of a hormone disorder has brought the thyroid gland into the limelight. Turning 55 this year, Oprah is at an age when thyroid problems become increasingly common for both sexes and yet are … Continued