It’s that time of year again when we are inundated with pink ribbons, races for “The Cure,” and campaigns to get screened for breast cancer. We hear the tragic stories of breast cancer striking young women. We see statistics stating that breast cancer affects one in eight women and is the number-two cancer killer of women. And we’re taught that to stay healthy we must be on a “seek and destroy” mission filled with tests, treatments, and technologies.
You always have low levels of insulin circulating in your body. When insulin is out of balance, the result is abnormal blood sugar levels. High insulin levels can make you feel tired, bloated and cause sugar cravings. And, the more insulin you have circulating in your body, the harder it becomes to lose weight and burn fat.
Heartbreak and Heart Disease by Stephen Sinatra, MD We often fall short when it comes to caring for ourselves. Stephen Sinatra, M.D., has been one of my medical heroes for many, many years. His work on coenzyme Q10 for prevention and/or treatment of heart disease has highly influenced my thinking and my behavior. (I take […]