• Low Testosterone in Men: Symptoms & Natural Treatments

    Low Testosterone in Men: Symptoms & Natural Treatments

    I’d like to share with you the results of recent research linking pain and inflammation with a problem that’s all too common these days – low levels of the hormone testosterone. The study, which reviewed the results of nearly 100 | Read More »

  • What to Do if You Have a High PSA Score

    What to Do if You Have a High PSA Score

    Very few days go by without me seeing a patient who is concerned about his prostate. And who can blame them? During the next few years, I expect to see cases of prostate cancer continue to increase, until the disease | Read More »

  • Watermelon & Lime Sorbet

    Watermelon & Lime Sorbet

    Serves 4 Prep time: 10 minutes Beat the heat with this delicious, easy-to-make dessert that’s loaded with lycopene, a nutrient shown to help maintain a healthy prostate. Whenever you purchase a watermelon, simply freeze part of it to use in | Read More »

  • The Side Effects of Blood Pressure Medication

    The Side Effects of Blood Pressure Medication

    If you are one of the millions of Americans who are currently taking medication for high blood pressure, I have some good news. You might be able to reduce the amount of drugs you’re taking or gradually do away with | Read More »

  • GMOs: Are Genetically Modified Foods & Organisms Safe?

    GMOs: Are Genetically Modified Foods & Organisms Safe?

    More and more of my patients are asking for my opinion on GMOs, the acronym for genetically modified organisms. Are these foods harmful, and, if so, how bad are they? Those are very good questions, so let’s take a look | Read More »

  • Improve Your Memory without Playing Games

    Improve Your Memory without Playing Games

    If you’re like most of my patients, you’re concerned about your memory. As the years go by, you’ve probably noticed small – but disturbing – changes: forgetting a good friend’s name, walking into a room and then wondering why, telling | Read More »

  • Does Acupuncture Really Work? The Short Answer is Yes

    Does Acupuncture Really Work? The Short Answer is Yes

    I first discovered acupuncture more than 20 years ago, when I heard about it from an acquaintance. It sounded like an intriguing treatment that could benefit my patients. Though, before recommending it to them, I had to try it myself. | Read More »

  • Prostate Relief in 5 Simple Steps

    Prostate Relief in 5 Simple Steps

    Prostate problems are increasingly common these days. But, by making a few lifestyle changes and following the guidelines I give my patients, you can protect yourself – and your prostate – from complications. There’s a saying you might have heard | Read More »

  • Healthy Tomato Sauce Recipe

    Healthy Tomato Sauce Recipe

    Serves 6 Prep time: 30 to 40 minutes With tomato season in full swing, this is a great time to take advantage of nutrient-rich tomatoes and make up a batch of my family’s favorite pasta sauce. Loaded with equally healthy | Read More »

  • Mitochondria's Effect on Your Heart Health

    Mitochondria’s Effect on Your Heart Health

    Do you drag throughout the day, nod off in the afternoon, or struggle to get out of bed in the morning, even though you slept eight hours? Or have you been diagnosed with a heart condition or high blood pressure | Read More »

  • Cucumber Mango Salsa

    Cucumber Mango Salsa

    Serves 4 Prep time: 30 minutes; Ready to eat: 2.5 hours Take advantage of the abundant fresh produce in markets now with this simple summer salsa recipe that can be used as a relish for grilled meat or fish, or | Read More »

  • Cancer & Sugar, The Not-So-Sweet Truth

    Cancer & Sugar, The Not-So-Sweet Truth

    There’s a painful fact I need to share with you today. The nation’s War on Cancer, initiated by President Nixon in 1971, has failed us. During the war’s more than 40 years, most statistics on cancer occurrences and deaths have | Read More »

  • Why the Rise in Gluten Allergies & Celiac

    Why the Rise in Gluten Allergies & Celiac

    One of the most common statements I hear from new patients goes something like this: “I don’t feel good, but my doctor says there’s nothing wrong with me.” Generally, in these cases, a patient tells their doctor that he or | Read More »

  • Dealing with Insomnia: 4 Steps to a Good Night’s Sleep

    Dealing with Insomnia: 4 Steps to a Good Night’s Sleep

    Millions of Americans find themselves wide awake in the wee hours of the night. If you’re one of them, you might be suffering from low blood sugar, medication side effects, lack of physical activity, or low levels of an essential | Read More »

  • The Newest Breakthroughs in Cancer Care

    The Newest Breakthroughs in Cancer Care

    With cancer at epidemic levels, it’s important to know your medical options. The good news is that there is more help available than traditional doctors and oncologists offer. And best of all, these innovative, effective methods are far easier on | Read More »

  • Cauliflower “Mashed Potatoes”

    Cauliflower “Mashed Potatoes”

    Serves 4 Time to prepare: 20 minutes This is an excellent recipe for anyone who wants to cut back on simple carbohydrates, which the body considers another form of sugar, and we know that cancer feeds on sugar. The flavor | Read More »

  • Apple Walnut Oatmeal

    Apple Walnut Oatmeal

    Serves 3 Time to prepare: 15 minutes Breakfast is so important that I’m always searching for tasty, nutritious recipes to make sure my family starts the day right. This oatmeal is loaded with ingredients known for their cholesterol-fighting abilities, including | Read More »

  • Lower Cholesterol Without Statin Side Effects

    Lower Cholesterol Without Statin Side Effects

    If you’re taking statin drugs to control cholesterol, you need to read this. From talking to patients, I’ve discovered that many people consider statins to be “miracle” drugs that allow them to eat anything they please without worrying about consequences. | Read More »

  • 12 Things That Can Prevent Breast Cancer

    12 Things That Can Prevent Breast Cancer

    It’s a rare day that goes by for me without seeing a female patient who is concerned about breast cancer. And who can blame them? Nearly 300,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011, and the disease was fatal | Read More »

  • Grilled Pineapple Rings

    Grilled Pineapple Rings

    Serves 2 Total time: 10 minutes Eating well can make a big difference in joint pain. Pineapple is loaded with bromelain, a blend of substances with the ability to fight inflammation and ease digestive woes. You can buy bromelain supplements, | Read More »