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Reversing Hair Loss with PRP

From Bald is beautiful Think about how different the world would we be without the contributions of these great bald men: Hippocrates, Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo, William Shakespeare, Charles Darwin, George Washington, Ben Franklin, Winston Churchill, Dwight Eisenhower, Pablo Picasso, Mahatma Gandhi, Mikhail Gorbachev, or The Dalai Lama. Although I’ve never polled my patients, it’s a […]

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What’s the Best Diet?

  From Patients frequently ask me, “What’s the best diet?” I tell them that’s a hard question to answer because everybody’s body is different. One person might do really well on a particular diet, and that same diet causes all sorts of problems for someone else. What I can say for sure is that the word […]

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High Intensity Interval Training 101

From Boulder, Colorado, where I live and practice Chinese Medicine, is a Mecca for all sorts of athletic training: running, cycling, swimming, triathlon, rock climbing, martial arts… you name it. There are more gyms than coffee shops. If you add up the all the yoga, Pilates, dance, and martial arts studios, they outnumber the […]

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The Skinny about Sugar

  From If you’ve ever visited Dr. Joseph Mercola’s Web site and viewed any of his articles on sugar, or seen Dr. Robert Lustig’s The Skinny on Obesity series on You Tube, then you already have a good understanding about how toxic sugar is and how America’s addiction to it has hijacked our national health. Both Mercola and Lustig focus on fructose […]

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Is Stress Affecting Your Health?

  From No matter who you are or what you do, regardless of your age, sex, race, nationality, culture, family of origin, sexual orientation, or financial situation, stress is a part of your life. That said, not all stress is bad. The old saying, “the mind works best when moderately stressed,” contains a dose of wisdom. […]

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