Are you in “information overload” when it comes to choosing the right supplements?
If you are like most people, you have found a lot of contradicting information out there about supplements. Maybe you are wondering which form of selenium is truly effective in cutting your risk of cancer in half? Or what calcium supplement is best absorbed?
I will leave time at the end to answer your questions about supplements. Maybe you are wondering why the natural form of GABA produces results while the synthetic, more popular form doesn’t. Or why one Echinacea product works and another doesn’t?
We all know its tough to get through a busy, festive, holiday season without packing on the extra pounds. Many people, in fact, gain from 7-10 pounds during the holidays. However, there are ways that we can cut down on the food intake without missing out on the fun.
In this free webinar, Dr. Murray will offer some simple tricks to help prevent weight gain during the Holidays and springboard you to weight loss success in 2016.
Finish the year on a positive note and get a head start on your New Year’s Resolution!
In fact, there are more cases of fractures due to osteoporosis in women each year in the United States than there are the total of all women who have suffered a heart attack, stroke, or breast cancer combined. To promote bone health, conventional medicine has focused on the use of drugs, bisphosphonates, that actually lead to the formation of more brittle bones and a greater risk for fracture with prolonged use.
In contrast, there are safe and effective natural methods to improve overall bone health including bone density that are underutilized. In this informative webinar, Dr. Murray will share valuable practical information on building healthy bone through diet, lifestyle, and proper supplementation. There will also be ample time for your questions and answers.
The latest, and most likely, program theory of aging is the telomere shortening theory. Telomeres are the end-cap segments of DNA (our genetic material). Each time a cell replicates, a small piece of DNA is taken off the end of each chromosome. The shorter the telomere gets, the more it affects gene expression. The result is cellular aging and an increased risk for immune dysfunction, heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and other degenerative diseases.
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"One of the great myths about natural medicines is that they are not scientific. The fact of the matter is that for most common illnesses there is greater support in the medical literature for a natural approach than there is for drugs or surgery."