Tag Archives: Dr. Alisha Moadab

Keeping a Healthy Heart

four habits to keep it pumping It's almost Valentines Day, and hopefully you are feeling loved! The healthy heart in the human body functionally serves as a circulation pump with an electrical impulses, using sodium, potassium, and calcium contracting the muscle and sending blood, oxygen and vital nutrients all through out the body. Heart disease…
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Your Mind Matters Most

four must do's for a good mood Your brain is like the computer controller of the rest of your body, it sends signals, gets feedback, circulates hormones, regulates your nervous system, and much more. Some make an analogy that the brain is like the hardware and the mind like software. Without debate, they work synergistically…
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The Link Between Most Diseases

three ways to avoid inflammation Most disease starts with a process called inflammation. Like many things it is a double edged sword. Inflammation is what can cause healing to occur, or bad things to happen. You know you have inflammation going on if you are in pain, have allergies, were injured, or have swelling. However,…
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Health At Home – Where The Heart Is

five healthy at home tips to keep you tip top Have you heard the saying, health is in your own hands? Or did you just trust your doctors to know what's right for your body? Doctors are first and foremost a teacher to you. To educate, empower, and enhance your bodies function and response to…
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Calcium

mooove over milk here's five nondairy sources This magnificent mineral is the the most abundant in our human body. Calcium is used for more than just helping make strong bones, it helps with the function of muscles and nerves, keeps the heart pumping (a big muscle), helps with the production of hormones, blood clotting, and…
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What is Gluten?

three associated conditions to be cautious of Gluten is a protein that is found in wheat and other grain products, with the exception of a few “gluten free grains” . Many people may be familiar with Celiac Disease, an autoimmune disorder, which is associated with positive antibodies in the blood, intestinal villous atrophy as shown…
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Hormones and Health

three chemicals to avoid to cut your cancer risk Statistically speaking, cancer is the number two cause of death, just after heart disease. Do you know what contributes to cancer that is found in your body and environment? Our hormones, for both men and women. Women have a 1 in 8 lifetime chance of getting…
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Minding the Month

knowing the calendar of health awareness Did you know each month there is are usually not just one but several associations and organizations that try to educate the public on an array of health concerns? April is an awareness month for 13 health concerns, it also holds weekly awareness for another 3 health issues, and…
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The Balance in Your Body

finding the meaning of dis-ease Here is goes another health article, but this one isn't a check list of do's and don'ts to prevent something. This article is targeted at what to do, when you have done everything you could: you ate your protein and veggies, drank half your weight in water, breathed deeply, ate…
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