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Cancer: The Missing Link

Research indicates that improved blood fluidity may decrease the risk of cancer spread (metastasis)—and may, in some cases, even lessen your risk of cancer. David DeRose, MD, MPH, explains this fascinating connection in this video based on a chapter from his book,...

Weight Control: The Missing Link

Weight loss is one of the Western World's most pervasive challenges. David DeRose, MD, MPH, shares insights into how optimizing your blood fluidity (a concept that he refers to in his book, "The Methuselah Factor"), might be one of the missing links to your finally...

Stroke Prevention: The Missing Link

Stroke can be a killer, but it can also leave you crippled for years or even decades. Dr. DeRose shares amazing insights into stroke prevention that will leave you thinking twice about botox injections—and hopefully smiling more. Improve your own circulatory health...

Heart Disease: The Missing Link

Dr. DeRose shares insights from his book, "The Methuselah Factor," that highlight a powerful, overlooked strategy for preventing heart disease. Improve your own heart health and decrease your risk of a heart attack by joining our 30-day LifeStart Coaching Program.

Diabetes: The Missing Link

Diabetes carries with it the risk of complications that can rob us of life and health. Current research indicates that even if you have been diagnosed with diabetes, complications like heart attack, blindness, kidney failure, and amputations are not inevitable. In...

Managing Stress Successfully

I like to illustrate the sympathetic nervous system by yelling “FIRE” before coming in to teach my physiology students. Yes, indeed, in a one-word definition the sympathetic division yells, “FIRE!” The sympathetic nervous system operates in emergencies—which happens...

Four Ways to Improve Your Mood by Food

Do you wake up on an installment plan? Do you really not surface until you have another coffee break? Are you out-of-sorts? Downright grumpy? You can improve your mood by changing the foods you eat. How? 1. Plant foods to the rescue! Enjoy a plant-based diet,...

Reverse Heart Disease Naturally

The American is in the highest risk category for coronary disease, especially if he is in the social segment that emphasizes a sedentary way of life and a rich and unwholesome diet. There are some countries of the world where the risk of having a heart attack is quite...

Reverse Diabetes Naturally

By prescribing diet and exercise, James Anderson, M.D. of Lexington, Kentucky, and colleagues stopped insulin completely in two-thirds of their lean diabetic patients, and reduced the amount of insulin in the other third. Haven't physicians prescribed diabetic diets...

Relieve Arthritis Naturally

Those who suffer from arthritis have their good days and their bad days. Pain and stiffness ebb and flow on a seeming unknown tide. Never knowing when the tide of symptoms will flood over them, life becomes a shuddering waiting game. But this very "good day, bad day"...
Cancer: The Missing Link

Cancer: The Missing Link

Research indicates that improved blood fluidity may decrease the risk of cancer spread (metastasis)—and may, in some cases, even lessen your risk of cancer. David DeRose, MD, MPH, explains this fascinating connection in this video based on a chapter from his book,...

Weight Control: The Missing Link

Weight Control: The Missing Link

Weight loss is one of the Western World's most pervasive challenges. David DeRose, MD, MPH, shares insights into how optimizing your blood fluidity (a concept that he refers to in his book, "The Methuselah Factor"), might be one of the missing links to your finally...

Stroke Prevention: The Missing Link

Stroke Prevention: The Missing Link

Stroke can be a killer, but it can also leave you crippled for years or even decades. Dr. DeRose shares amazing insights into stroke prevention that will leave you thinking twice about botox injections—and hopefully smiling more. Improve your own circulatory health...

Heart Disease: The Missing Link

Heart Disease: The Missing Link

Dr. DeRose shares insights from his book, "The Methuselah Factor," that highlight a powerful, overlooked strategy for preventing heart disease. Improve your own heart health and decrease your risk of a heart attack by joining our 30-day LifeStart Coaching Program.

Diabetes: The Missing Link

Diabetes: The Missing Link

Diabetes carries with it the risk of complications that can rob us of life and health. Current research indicates that even if you have been diagnosed with diabetes, complications like heart attack, blindness, kidney failure, and amputations are not inevitable. In...

Managing Stress Successfully

Managing Stress Successfully

I like to illustrate the sympathetic nervous system by yelling “FIRE” before coming in to teach my physiology students. Yes, indeed, in a one-word definition the sympathetic division yells, “FIRE!” The sympathetic nervous system operates in emergencies—which happens...

Four Ways to Improve Your Mood by Food

Four Ways to Improve Your Mood by Food

Do you wake up on an installment plan? Do you really not surface until you have another coffee break? Are you out-of-sorts? Downright grumpy? You can improve your mood by changing the foods you eat. How? 1. Plant foods to the rescue! Enjoy a plant-based diet,...

Reverse Heart Disease Naturally

Reverse Heart Disease Naturally

The American is in the highest risk category for coronary disease, especially if he is in the social segment that emphasizes a sedentary way of life and a rich and unwholesome diet. There are some countries of the world where the risk of having a heart attack is quite...

Reverse Diabetes Naturally

Reverse Diabetes Naturally

By prescribing diet and exercise, James Anderson, M.D. of Lexington, Kentucky, and colleagues stopped insulin completely in two-thirds of their lean diabetic patients, and reduced the amount of insulin in the other third. Haven't physicians prescribed diabetic diets...

Relieve Arthritis Naturally

Relieve Arthritis Naturally

Those who suffer from arthritis have their good days and their bad days. Pain and stiffness ebb and flow on a seeming unknown tide. Never knowing when the tide of symptoms will flood over them, life becomes a shuddering waiting game. But this very "good day, bad day"...

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