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Fat Loss VS Weight Loss

Do you want to lose weight? We find that most people are struggling with losing weight and it is one of the most common goals of our patients. Losing weight is an important part of health but should not be your main focus. When we try to lose weight we usually go on a low […]

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Eat Fat to Fight Fat

Summer is around the corner and it’s time to buckle down on our diets to lose those few winter pounds. So what do you do, reach for the fat! I know what you are thinking, did I just read to eat more fat to lose fat? You heard it right! Fat is an important component […]

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Oral Hygiene and the Health of the Body

Years ago, a physician who suspected a patient had heart disease would probably not refer him to a gum specialist. The same holds true for diabetes and arthritis. Times have changed. The past 5 to 10 years have seen a growing body of research linking the health of your mouth to the overall health of […]

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High Cholesterol! Is It Time to Panic?

Did you know that half of all people who have a heart attack have normal cholesterol levels?  As it turns out, cholesterol is not the great predictor that we hoped for.  More worrisome is the fact that the first indication that anything is wrong is a heart attack for 50% of people who are stricken […]

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Cholesterol And Your Diet

What about saturated fats and eggs?  Are you ready to rethink everything you know about these?  Dietary fat and cholesterol do not make the bad types of cholesterol!  They actually increase your good cholesterol! In the famous Framingham Heart Study, which has been going on for over 60 years, people who ate the most eggs […]

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