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Which types of alternative medicine really work? Doctors Health Press will tell you. Get free natural health advice from trusted physicians who explain natural medicine in plain English

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Natural health

  1. 1. “ Our goal is to provide you with the best and latest natural health breakthroughs, news, cures and advice.”
  2. 2. <ul><li>The Doctors Health Press is the health publishing division of Lombardi Publishing Corporation, one of the largest consumer information publishers in the world. The Doctors Health Press publishes monthly health newsletters for a wide array of alternative and natural health topics like healing foods, homeopathic medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, hidden cures for common illnesses, and natural self-healing. The Doctors Health Press also publishes books and reports that provide timely health breakthroughs, always focusing on natural and alternative health. Topics include omega health, prostate health, natural weight loss, natural diabetes cures, heart health, stroke prevention, secret herbal cures, vision health, anti-aging, sexual health, joint pain relief and alternatives to prescription drugs. </li></ul>http://
  3. 3. <ul><li>The Doctors Health Press also publishes the Doctors Health e-Bulletin, a daily health e-letter sent to over 100,000 readers and growing. Each day, readers can expect specific natural health advice, news and breakthroughs delivered directly to their inbox. Plus, all readers of the Doctors Health e-Bulletin are entitled to receive special offers for various books and newsletters, plus natural products from our various partners, including Bel Marra Nutritionals. </li></ul>http://
  4. 4. <ul><li>David Juan : M.D., an authority on nutrition, vitamin D and calcium metabolism, hormones, and medical research. </li></ul><ul><li>Richard Foxx : M.D., who has a comprehensive background in endocrinology, gynecology, and sports medicine. </li></ul><ul><li>Jeffrey Shapiro : M.D., who has practiced critical care medicine for over twenty years. </li></ul><ul><li>Michael Kessler : D.C., who provides insight on alternative therapies that can be more effective than prescription drugs or surgery. </li></ul><ul><li>Alwyn Wong: who has been involved in the health and fitness industry for over fifteen years and brings with him a wealth of experience. </li></ul>http://
  5. 5. <ul><li>Here’s some inside health news that could help protect your |heart. It concerns a potentially new health breakthrough in the fight against atherosclerosis. This amazing alternative remedy could help clear away dangerous fatty deposits in your arteries . </li></ul>http://
  6. 6. <ul><li>You may know about “ Ginkgo biloba .” It’s the herb that has been championed for its ability to boost mental function and protect against Alzheimer’s. Recently, researchers have been discovering that “Ginkgo biloba” extract has antioxidant and antiplatelet properties. A Korean research team decided to take the investigation of ginkgo’s heart-healing properties one step further and see if the herb might protect against atherosclerosis. </li></ul>http://
  7. 7. <ul><li>For their animal study, the researchers used obese, insulin-resistant rats. The rats were given a ginkgo extract and were examined for cell death, artery injury, and DNA fragmentation. The researchers found that ginkgo significantly boosted “adiponectin” levels. Adiponectin is a protein hormone produced and secreted by fat cells. It regulates the metabolism of fats. It also influences your body’s response to insulin. High blood levels of adiponectin are associated with a reduced risk of heart attack. Low levels of adiponectin, on the other hand, are found in people who are obese and at increased risk of a heart attack. </li></ul>
  8. 8. <ul><li>Atherosclerosis happens when your artery walls progressively get thicker and harder as a result of fatty deposits. High levels of bad cholesterol contribute to the disease, as do smoking and diabetes. Atherosclerosis is largely responsible for angina, heart attacks, and strokes. Get your doctor’s advice about having your cholesterol levels checked and consider taking ginkgo to keep your arteries free from harmful fatty deposits. </li></ul>
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