• Heart Health, Uncategorized

    Posted on January 8th, 2013

    Written by Dr. Al Sears


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    New benefit of resveratrol

    Here’s great news that will help you slash your risk of heart attack, high blood pressure and all forms of heart disease: Researchers uncovered “hidden” benefits from the popular heart and longevity nutrient resveratrol. Turns out resveratrol stimulates the production of adult stem cells called endothelial progenitor cells. These stem cells are so powerful, they [...]

  • Anti-Aging

    Posted on September 15th, 2010

    Written by Dr. Al Sears


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    “Red Wine Vitamin” Zaps Wrinkles

    Researchers recently discovered a surprising new benefit of red wine…

    It contains a powerful ingredient that can help you change the appearance of aging of your skin.

    You may have heard of it. We’ve known for years it supports your heart and may help you live longer.

    Now, ongoing research shows resveratrol helps you maintain younger-looking skin.

    Did you see the resveratrol story on “60 Minutes”?

  • Women's Health

    Posted on August 24th, 2010

    Written by Dr. Al Sears


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    Too Young for Puberty

    In today’s Doctor’s House Call, I’m going to tell you how to combat one of the most dangerous threats to your health today.


    Estrogen is found in the hormone-laden meat you get at the grocery store. It’s found in plastic, too. Every time you take a sip from your water bottle or heat up a frozen dinner, you’re ingesting harmful chemicals that create synthetic estrogen in your body.

    This can cause you to have too much estrogen. Why is that a problem?

  • Anti-Aging

    Posted on February 5th, 2010

    Written by Dr. Al Sears


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    Decide Which Genes You Turn On…

    I have some exciting news…

    You have the power to decide which of your genes are “turned on.”

    This means there’s no need for worry about your family history or whether good health “runs in your family.” For the first time, you decide which genetic codes are played out.

    So, instead of sitting around hoping you inherited “good genes,” you can play an active role in your own future by turning on the genes that promote longevity – and turning off the genes that tell your cells to die.

    You are about to take part in the exciting new field called “nutritional engineering…”

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