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Dr. Oz and Roizen: we've got a message for you about testosterone replacement!

Posted on 12/10/2013 by Stevie Duncan in Testosterone Hormone Replacement Dr. Oz Responses Age Management

Dr. Moore doesn't seem to like how Drs. Oz and Roizen wrote their article "Testosterone replacement: The news you can use." Not that they didn't mention wonderful things, such as "...for men with truly low T levels, extra testosterone can be life-changing, boosting energy, firing up a flagging libido and slowing down muscle and bone loss" (found in the 11/26/13 Health, Wellness and Fitness section of the Dayton City Paper) but rather he seems to be fired up that they forgot to mention some KEY elements of truly treating low testosterone….read on. (View the online edition in the back pages at DaytonCityPaper.com)

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How Good Health Is The ULTIMATE Aphrodisiac

Posted on 11/7/2013 by Stevie Duncan in Bioidentical Hormones Weight Loss Dr. Oz Responses Age Management

Did you pick up the 11/5 edition of the Dayton City Paper? If so, we're sure you enjoyed (as always) Drs. Oz and Roinzen's article "How Good Health Is The Ultimate Aphrodisiac". They focused on how great health is the key to looking great, feeling great and having a great sex life. One interesting thing they pointed out is that people who wore special breathing treatments at night for sleep apnea started to "look better". In an unbiased comparison, their faces were rated as younger, far more attractive and more alert about 65% of the time. The conclusion? People who sleep better, look better! Another few strategies listed were nixing major food felons, such as cutting out added sugars, excess sodium and any grain that isn't whole. When your blood sugar is elevated, the glucose gloms onto proteins throughout your body, including collagen and elastin, which are essential for keeping skin firm. Adding more fresh fruits and veggies will give your skin a rosier glow, as well as upping your fiber intake which will ultimately help with weight loss and digestion, control blood sugar, improve HDL cholesterol (the good kind) and lower that lousy LDL cholesterol. Is stress affecting your libido? Try walking at least 10,000 steps a day, meditate for 10 minutes each evening and spend more time with your friends and loved ones- a smile can make your appearance look 3 years younger. If you think all this is interesting, we encourage your to pick up this edition or check it out online- and as always, Dr. Moore would like to throw his two cents in!

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The New Science of Staying Sharp

Posted on 9/17/2013 by Dr. John Moore III in Hormone Replacement Dr. Oz Responses Mental Health

In the 9/17/13 Health, Wellness and Fitness section of the Dayton City Paper, Drs. Oz and Roinzen focus on the new science of staying sharp. Alzheimer's disease is North American's most feared disease. Dr. Oz points out that keeping the blood vessels in your brain healthy may cut your risk of brain dysfunction by a lot. There's more and more evidence from academic and scientific brain centers around the world that say a few simple steps can protect your cognitive powers and slash your risk for Alzheimers. Read on about it at DaytonCityPaper.com and check out what Dr. Moore has to say about reducing your risk for Alzheimers...

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The Mediterranean Diet

Posted on 6/19/2013 by Dr. John Moore III in Nutrition Dieting Dr. Oz Responses

"Sun-ripened strawberries on oatmeal; a handful of walnuts to get through that 4 o'clock slump; grilled salmon, roasted veggies and a salad drizzled with olive oil for dinner: At last, we've got solid proof that scrumptious foods like these can slash your risk for stroke and other cardiovascular disasters by a whopping 30 percent." Sound good? Read on about how the Mediterranean Diet is the IDEAL diet for weight loss and cardiovascular health...

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Food Allergy Update- What You Can Do

Posted on 6/18/2013 by Dr. John Moore III in Weight Loss Prevention Anti-Aging Dr. Oz Responses Food Intolerance Food Allergies Chronic Fatigue Age Management

In this weeks Dr Oz article featured in the Dayton City Paper, Drs. Oz and Roinzen speak out about the extreme epidemic of food intolerance in young adults and adolescents. They mention a few easy, key steps to prevent and deal with food allergies, such as keeping yourself informed about the latest allergy-causing foods, "turning off" allergy genes, taking your children to an allergist, having TWO Epipens handy and speaking with your pediatrician about the introduction of allergenic foods. Dr. Moore goes on to explain how adults should go about dealing with food allergies and intolerences….

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Pump Up Your Potassium...YES But That's Not All

Posted on 3/27/2013 by Dr. John Moore III in Heart Disease Dr. Oz Responses

You might think from reading this weeks article in the Dayton City Paper that if you improve your potassium intake and reduce your salt intake that you're on your way to a clean bill of health and a healthy heart. Dr. Roizen and Dr. Oz are MOSTLY on target with some other precautions.

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Brain Fog, Memory Loss, Fuzzy Thinking

Posted on 3/13/2013 by Dr. John Moore III in Dr. Oz Responses Mental Health Menopause

Women going through the early stages of menopause often can feel a little confused. Dr. Oz described it as "brain fog" and the symptoms can include memory loss, fuzzy thinking. Causes: Hormonal shifts. Estrogen receptors in the brain are not activated when estrogen levels decline. As a result, you tend to forget more and experience other lapses in brain function. How to fix the problem: Reduce hormonal swings - Bioidentical Hormone Therapy (that's where we come in!) Get good sleep (Hormone therapy can help stabilize your sleep patterns) Maintain a good diet - Include Omega-3s (Discuss your supplement program with Dr. Moore) Exercise (including cardio and strength training).

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Timing Your Weight Loss

Posted on 3/13/2013 by Dr. John Moore III in Nutrition Weight Loss Dr. Oz Responses

According to a recent article by Dr. Oz, timing your eating habits can be just as important as what you eat. Specifically eating earlier helps with weight loss. Eating a healthy breakfast and having your biggest meal of the day before 3PM was shown to improve weight loss by 29%. The article also suggest that one shouldn't rush through meals, should consider taking diet breaks and as always try to stick to healthy indulgences.

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