Aging is simply a part of life, right? Life brings with it inevitable changes that we all must face, but what if I told you that there was something you could do to take your life back?Read More
Many patients, both men and women, have asked me over the years what can they do to boost
their natural production of Androgens (Testosterone and DHEA). These levels begin to fall in
American society at around year 30 in both sexes if not often times sooner.
Low Testosterone levels in men are an untreated epidemic and many Doctors are clueless about the problem.Read More
For patients who have a medical need for Cialis®, Viagra®, and/or Levitra®, our doctors are licensed to prescribe these medications.Read More
What if I told you anyone can lose an average of 5lbs of pure body fat per WEEK and KEEP IT OFF!!! The Ideal Approach isn’t only effective, it’s scientifically proven to work!Read More
Magnesium (Mg) deficiency is a big problem in the United States. Likely due to poor farming practices and erosion, the food we eat has become depleted in magnesium.1
There are epidemic rates of high blood pressure in the United States and the fact that magnesium helps relax blood vessels make magnesium a very important mineral.Read More
Depression and low oxytocin are related
We check your oxytocin levels and make adjustments to get you feeling BETTER!
You may have seen in the news recently stories like one published on June 4th, 2014 by CBS news entitled Viagra may increase melanoma risk, study finds. Keep in mind; this is not a good article.Read More
Before diving into this short list, let’s first recap what growth hormones actually are. In short, human growth hormone (HGH) is a peptide hormone that stimulates growth and regeneration – amongst much else, which brings us to this article.Read More
The Myers Cocktail is based on the premise that many people are below optimal status of essential nutrients and by giving a spectrum of nutrients these people can jumpstart their health. Deficiency can happen for a number of reasons. Poor quality foods, high levels of daily stress, extensive physical activity, and genetic abnormalities are a few factors that can increase our body’s demand for vitamins and mineralsRead More
Ever since the discovery of human growth hormone (HGH) in 1920s, scientists have been fascinated with its effects. Although there is still quite a bit we don’t know about HGH, what we do know is that it stimulates growth and supports cellular regeneration in humans and other animals – virtually turning the biological clock backward.Read More