The Secret That’s Making Us Fat
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Protecting this underrated part of your body may be crucial to your health
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The Nutrients on the Shelves: Are They Useless?
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What is Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)?
Once a month, all women must go through debilitating fatigue, raging mood swings, and mental and physical torment that accompany their menstrual cycle.  PMS is inevitable, right?  …Or is it? (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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What Hollywood stars do to loose weight
Even though they have more resources, they face the same problems, as we, ordinary people do.  Too much weight for example. Like re Alley or Kate Winslet or Star Jones. (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Is Obesity Your Own Fault
Obesity is on the list of things we can change if you want to get rid of a problem, you need to first look for the cause. (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Home Remedies for the Flu
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Drug induced nutrients loss they do not want you to know about
Nobody argues that antibiotics are very helpful, which I agree with. The reason why they are good is because they are used temporarily.  So we usually stop taking antibiotics before they can cause significant harm to our body. (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Carcinogens Found in Gulf Water Are Only A Small Sign Of Toxins in All Water
There doesn’t need to be a toxic oil spill in your backyard in order for your water to be poisoned. The truth is that much of our water is poisoned already. (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Another Risk Factor for Diabetes Discovered
A new study suggests that increased breast size by the age of 20 may signify a higher risk for diabetes in mid-life. Data was gathered from Nurses Health Study 11 to show that the correlation does exist. (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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FDA Backs Away From Yet Another Drug
Alzheimer's Drug Proven Ineffective It has become almost common to find out that FDA approved drugs that not only have lethal side effects, but now to find out also that they may just be completely ineffective.Post category: Drugs (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Are toxins poisoning your personality?
How toxins and poor nutrition can make you a different person.Post category: Toxins (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Your gut can give you a heart attack!
Is gut bacteria putting you at risk for heart disease? I recently read an article I would have expected to hear from an alternative medicine source. Or an eastern medicine source, or a holistic medicine source. But never from a traditional medicine source. It was an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the beacons of traditional medicine. They published an article that links gut bacteria to heart attack. So what’s the big deal? Post category: Stomach (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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When sleep isn’t safe
FDA approved sleeping pill sends people to the ER.Post category: Sleep problems (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Is your high blood pressure drug linked to cancer?
Learn the negative effects of your blood pressure medication and discover alternative solutions. High blood pressure is one of the most life-threatening illnesses in our country today. This condition can cause heart attack, stroke and other health problems. Hypertension is not to be taken lightly and must be treated with great care. What causes high blood pressure? Your doctor may not know. As many as 95% of patients diagnosed with high blood pressure are given no cause for their high blood pressure. Doctors claim the disease is idiopathic (meaning it has no known cause) and rather than find the cause, they turn to prescri...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - July 9, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Should the FDA approve lovemaking technique?
Everybody knows that having sex is beneficial for your health. It lowers your blood pressure, reduces risk of heart attack, improves your self esteem and reduces stress (as per webmd.com). I think that one of the most important gifts God gave us is the ability to love. But recently I realized that there’s a problem with love: Unlike so many other things that keep us healthy, lovemaking procedure is not approved by the FDA! Post category: Recent news and eventsPost category: Recent news and events (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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Should the FDA approve lovemaking technique?
Everybody knows that having sex is beneficial for your health. It lowers your blood pressure, reduces risk of heart attack, improves your self esteem and reduces stress (as per webmd.com). I think that one of the most important gifts God gave us is the ability to love. But recently I realized that there’s a problem with love: Unlike so many other things that keep us healthy, lovemaking procedure is not approved by the FDA! There are no randomized controlled studies about the safety of lovemaking, no government recommended doses, no side effects. Nothing! So I asked myself:  how can we do it without FDA and government...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - June 13, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

When sleep isn’t safe
FDA approved sleeping pill sends people to the ER.Post category: Stomach (Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog)
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When sleep isn’t safe
FDA approved sleeping pill sends people to the ER. Good sleep is necessary to maintain life, because during sleep we repair ourselves and process information from the day. We need sleep for our wounds to heal and for our memory to function. Lack of sleep has been linked to immune system problems.  But recently they found out that having insomnia and taking Ambien, a prescription sleeping pill, can be dangerous, too. If you take Ambien for sleep you have a chance of ending up in the emergency room.  According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, emergency room visits due to Ambien went up 2...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - May 30, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Your gut can give you a heart attack!
Is gut bacteria putting you at risk for heart disease? I recently read an article I would have expected to hear from an alternative medicine source. Or an eastern medicine source, or a holistic medicine source. But never from a traditional medicine source. It was an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the beacons of traditional medicine. They published an article that links gut bacteria to heart attack. So what’s the big deal? It means that it is not cholesterol per se, but bacteria that causes heart attack. It means that the value of Big Pharma’s blockbuster statin drugs is in question even in mai...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - May 28, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Are toxins poisoning your personality?
How toxins and poor nutrition can make you a different person. Is it possible that heavy metals in your system can change your brain? Is it possible to become a different person with neurotransmitter balancing? Most people believe that nothing can change the way their brain works, or  change the way they react emotionally. Not true. Professor of Criminology, Psychiatry and Psychology Dr. Adrian Raine published an article in the Wall Street Journal about the relationship between genes, biologic factors and toxins and criminal behavior. The conclusions are based on several facts: Identical twins are more likely to both ...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - May 14, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Wall Street traders: how trading affects your hormones…and vice versa.
Paying attention to your hormones pays off. Literally. If you’re a trader on Wall Street, you know how stressful it can be. But did you know that the stress caused by the market’s ups and downs can affect your hormones? And your hormones can affect your health…and your wins and losses. Research shows that when your trades are profitable, your body releases testosterone. Testosterone can make you feel euphoric and dominant—like you can conquer the world. But when the market is volatile, your body releases cortisol, a stress hormone. (Pressure from upper management also contributes to cortisol production; that’s pr...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - April 11, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Hot Flashes: Maybe it’s menopause. Maybe it’s not.
Hot Flashes could be the symptom of a disease you don’t know you have. Drenching night sweats. Embarrassing hot flashes. Mood swings. Forgetfulness. Are your menopausal symptoms making mid-life miserable? If so, you may have considered Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). That’s a smart approach; many doctors prefer Bioidentical hormones over synthetic because they’re closer to your own natural chemistry. Consider this first:  Not all hot flashes are created equal. In other words, your menopausal symptoms may not be caused by menopause at all!  Here’s a true story about a patient of mine. We’ll cal...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - March 20, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Night Owls Should Give A Hoot About Health Risks of Staying Up Late
Are you a night owl or an early bird? Do you burn the midnight oil or are you early to bed, early to rise? It is customary now to divide people into morning and evening people. The morning type has peak performance in the morning. They are perky, get up easily and get started with work with a clear head. This is as it is supposed to be in nature. Then there is the evening type, who is at peak performance in the afternoon or evening.  They have difficulty waking up and can't function without their coffee. It takes them more effort to concentrate on a morning task and they often don’t seem cheerful until later in the day...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - February 13, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

The Autism Connection
Should We Be Blaming Just Genes for the Increase in Autism? We can't blame our genes for this horrible disease anymore! What's causing the increase in Autism cases in children? The danger of having an autistic child is very real.  According to the CDC about one out of every 100 children are born with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  But what is the cause of this horrible disease? For a long time scientists believed that autism is caused by bad genes.  Until recently. Since 1980 there was a dramatic rise in the new cases of Autism.  This was difficult to explain with bad genes, because if a disease is linked to gen...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - February 13, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Can we defeat cancer?
Are you afraid of dying from cancer?  I am, because I have a family history of cancer. I also know how much one can suffer with cancer. And cancer is hitting people more and more now. The chance that you’ll die from cancer is about 20 to 25%. That’s a scary statistic. But is there anything we can do about it?  Or is it our destiny? Even though Richard Nixon declared a war on cancer a long time ago --in 1971-- we are still far away from defeating cancer.  But what about some official medical sources that are declaring victory over cancer? They claim declining cancer death rates, but many doctors believe that the ...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - February 12, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Do women have to have menopause?
Don’t let it hit too early! I see it in my office every day. A woman in her early 50s comes in, complaining of hot flashes, brain fog, memory loss, fatigue and low sex drive. The cause is most likely menopause. Everything looks pretty straightforward, so I shouldn’t have any further questions. Except one: does she really need to suffer? Does she really have to have menopause and its miserable symptoms? According to the mainstream point of view, yes. A woman has to have a menopause. There’s even an explanation out there; it’s called the grandmother hypothesis. According to this theory, a postmenopausal woman is supp...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - February 5, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Working out: exercise caution!
How hard should you push yourself? The benefits of regular exercise are very well known:  it boosts the immune system and brain function, and improves mood and heart function.  Many people go to a gym to jog on a treadmill, or do aerobic exercises that are low-intensity but do them for a relatively long period of time. The lowdown on low-intensity workouts But lately there’s been a debate about whether this is a good practice. Some people believe that low-intensity exercise for a relatively long period of time doesn't do any good. Their rationale is: in the animal kingdom, there is no such thing as low-intensity, susta...
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Are geniuses losing their genius?
How to boost your brainpower Despite technical advances like supercomputers and the internet, there have been very few big scientific breakthroughs in recent years. Most new scientific advances are based on old knowledge—not completely new thinking. What’s going on? Are there no geniuses anymore? No new Einsteins or Darwins out there? Has everything in science been explained already? Hardly. But there has been a dramatic shift in how scientists practice modern day science. (http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/02/03/is-scientific-genius-extinct/).  Even though almost all information is at our fingertips, it seems that ...
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Fat Free Food Is Harmful For Weight Loss Plan
Only Fewer Calories Will Help Diet Goals! In order to lose weight, we need to eat less calories. Absolutely. There is no doubt about it, and no argument against it. Obesity cannot be blamed on our families, because the truth heredity does play a role, but only a small role in our weight. You know who is truly responsible for our weight? We are! And it is not only in the amount of calories that we eat, but in where those calories come from that can decide how much weight we take off or put on. In a recent article by Dr. Marc Hyman, he describes in detail the truth about how fat free foods can actually make us eat more. (htt...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 31, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Aspartame Controversy
It’s common knowledge that losing unhealthy weight by reducing caloric intake is a good idea, but a way to make the process easier isn’t clear. One of the suggested ways to lose unhealthy pounds is to substitute sugar (which is rich in calories) with artificial sweeteners, which have almost no calories. The idea became so popular, that even traditional makers of sweet soft drinks like Coca-Cola and Pepsi decided to introduce drinks with artificial sweeteners. The idea worked, people liked artificial sweeteners so much that they are now in more than 6000 food products and beverages worldwide, including (but not limited ...
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Antibiotics In Our Meat Can Build Up Our Resistance
For over 50 years, the animals that eventually end on our plates have been given antibiotics to kill pathogens, but now, the FDA is warning that the misuse and overuse of the antibiotics is causing us to be more resistant. And right now, the concentration desperately needs to be on trying to develop ways to reduce resistance. How did it get to this point? Well, it’s simple. Using chemicals, medicines, poisons in our food is killing us. We are beyond toxic. A full story on the dangers of our meat causing the resistance can be found here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/06/29/fda-antibiotics-meat-limi_n_629... So, yes, ...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 31, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Bisphosphonates Have Been Linked To Esophageal Cancer Adding to the List of Possible Problems They Can Cause
Once again, bisphosphonates are in the news, this time being linked to esophageal cancer. Bisphosphonates are a common treatment used for osteoporosis. We have written about it on our site before for the damage they can cause to bones. Bisphosphonates, especially in the case of osteoporosis, cause the bones to have constant turnover, and inhibits the digestion of bone by osteoclasts. Bisphosphonates actually create an abnormal bone, which is relatively fine for about seven years and then becomes more prone to breaking. It’s also noted that prolonged treatment, while it can decrease the number of fractures, can actually ...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 24, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Energy drinks: death in a can?
You need energy for everything you do, from doing your job, to having s.e.x., to walking down the street. But drinking an energy drink to increase your energy just might send you to the emergency room. This isn’t just my opinion, it was reported on a government health website, which reports an increase in ER visits due to energy drink consumption: (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_133134.html). And energy drinks might do more than send you to the ER. Can caffeine kill? November 2000.  An 18-year-old student drank three Red Bull energy drinks before a basketball game and died during the match. The medi...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 24, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Flu prevention tips
Flu can kill—arm your immune system against it! I’m exposed to sick patients all day long. With this year’s flu epidemic, I’m exposed to even more sick patients than usual. Some of them ask me, “Doc, aren’t you sick yet?  Did you get flu this year?  Did you get vaccinated?” Yes, the flu season this year is bad. In Boston, at least 18 patients died recently and they declared a medical emergency. New York has also declared an emergency. But you don’t have to be one of the statistics. I’m living proof that flu can be prevented In my practice, one patient ended up in the hospital, and countless others are...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 24, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

90% Of People At Risk From Hidden Salt
Sea Salt and Potassium Can Be Good Replacement for Salt in Your Diet The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that even though Americans should only be eating one teaspoon of salt a day, only one out of ten of us actually keep to those guidelines. Those at risk are supposed to have even less, 2/3 of a teaspoon, and oddly enough, even less of them, one out of 18, keep to that goal. An article published in the Wall Street Journal highlights the struggles of us as Americans to limit the salt in our diet. It’s all been laid out. Too much salt causes hypertension, high blood pressure, edema, swelling, heart problems...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 22, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Americans Put Too Much Trust Into USDA Stamp of Approval
But Do Most Even Know What It Means? When we go to the supermarket we look for the Grade A stamp on an egg carton, correct? I think that many of us do it without even thinking. Well, according to the Wall Street Journal article, most of us don’t really even know what the stamp means, but we put our trust in it that the USDA has approved this item for consumption, However, the truth about the stamp and how blindly we trust can be shocking. The recent salmonella outbreak in our eggs did scare us as a society, sure, but did it change the way that we bought or researched our food. Probably not. Chances are that most of us as...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 22, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Is Obesity a Result of Poverty or Food Marketing?
If you can't afford to eat natural and organic foods, there is not doubt you will obese. People who are poor can't help but be unhealthy and, for some,  obese, because the quality  of the foods theuy are taking in are deplorable. It's hard to disagree with that. As a matter of fact a congressional challenge in the 2010 actually resulted in unexpected findings. Several Congress people were asked to try and live on a food stamp diet, meaning only spend what would normally be given per week in food stamps, for 7 days, in order to raise awareness about hunger and budget cuts. But what resulted was also a lesson in the qualit...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 22, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Blood Pressure Debate Heats Up
A recent study has just announced that it is acceptable to have blood pressure that is 140/80, which was considered dangerous before.  The conclusion was made because there were no more deaths in this group of patients compared with patients who had 120/80 or less blood pressure.  Patients were followed for two decades.  Basically the conclusion implies that because you didn't die, it must be OK. But what about other conditions like dementia, nonfatal strokes, nonfatal heart attacks, etc?  These issues the study did not take into consideration.  Does it mean that if you are not dead, the rest does not matter? Causes o...
Source: Doctor Kalitenko antiaging blog - January 17, 2013 Category: Physicians With Health Advice Authors: admin Source Type: blogs

Paralyzing Pain Can Be Cured
Tumors, Tension, Sleep Are Only Three Headache Triggers Have you ever suffered from a headache? If yes, then you know how uncomfortable it could be.  Headaches can paralyze you for days, weeks and even months! Headaches can make your life miserable.  But despite the fact that more than 10 million Americans suffer from headaches, traditional medicine cannot really offer a cure.  Because the most common approach is simply giving a pill to treat the symptoms, it looks like we might be doomed to a lifetime of Excedrin and days lost. The better approach would be to find the root cause of the problem and eliminate it.  Sound...
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