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Discussion: Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity with Yale Professor Dr. Marie Robert, GI Specialist

Celiac Disease versus Gluten Sensitivity Is it celiac disease. . . or something else?That’s the question asked by Life Extension’s Michael A. Smith, MD, in his timely interview with Dr. Marie Robert, a nationally recognized gastrointestinal surgical pathologist and Professor of Pathology and Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. Download this Live Foreverish podcast

Colonoscopy After 75

Have you heard that the ’70s are the new 50’s? That’s what I have been reading lately. That’s great news if we do the things to take care of ourselves. Time Magazine recently came out with an article explaining the Blue Zones where people live to be in their 100’s. When you have time, look

Sneezing: Uncontrollable nose explosion

The technical term for sneezing is “sternutation”. This involuntary action occurs when the mucus membranes (lining) becomes irritated in the nose and throat. There are a number of triggers that can cause a sneeze. The most common culprits are symptoms arising from a cold, flu, or allergies. Environmental triggers include pollen, dust, strong odors, pepper,

Real Holistic Help For The Terminally Ill

According to statistics, about 610,000 people die from heart disease here every year and about 590,000 die from cancer here every year and rising. In my opinion though, no one dies from ‘heart disease’ or ‘cancer’, rather they die from the very invasive ‘treatments’. For example, all heart disease drugs’ side-effects include stroke and heart

RoundUp Poisoning is Rampant in Florida – Get Tested

For over the past year Florida has been plagued with a massive Red Tide bloom on the Gulf Coast side. While Red Tide is a natural occurrence, this version has been anything but natural and it is having a profoundly negative effect on the environment, the animals, and the human population. Red tide itself will

Beets and Breasts

These days, beets, in the form of genetically-modified sugar beets, are mostly known for their use in sugar production. But in their natural form, these colorful tubers have been used for hundreds of years (and the greens for thousands of years) for their natural health benefits. Some experts say that beets can be a great

Hints How to Live Longer

I recently ran across an article that outlined 50 great ways to help us live longer. This includes a wide range of health advice that is backed by a scientific or government study that reveals new insight into what helps or hinders human longevity. Genetics do account for about 25% of the longevity and the

Morning Health Habits of the Experts

I can remember my parents sometimes saying, “Did you get up on the wrong side of the bed?” Sometimes maybe I should have gone back to bed and got up on the right side. Ever feel that way? The choices we make after waking each morning can set the tone for our entire day and

Cool Health Benefits of Cryotherapy and Cold Temperature Exposure

Cold Temperature Health Benefits We all know the benefit of applying ice to an injury or burn, or a cold compress to an aching head. Exposure to cold temperatures in humans has been found to be of value in many areas of health, from fat reduction (cryolipolysis) to improving survival in cardiac arrest and stroke.

12 Factors That Can Put You At Risk Of Liver Cancer

The liver performs many important tasks to keep the body healthy, such as making sure nutrients are absorbed properly, filtering toxins and other chemical waste, and readying them for excretion. Since all the blood in the body passes through it, cancer cells in the bloodstream can also access the organ. Many factors affect a person’s