By Bill Sardi
What is the biggest healthcare mistake? Taking calcium pills to ward off bone loss (osteoporosis) among females.
A shortage of estrogen induces loss of bone, not a shortage of calcium; estrogen replacement or molecules that mimic estrogen (resveratrol) are appropriate.
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By Joseph Mercola
Sleep is one of the great mysteries of life. For a long time, it was widely thought that sleep was little more than a waste of time. Modern research, however, has shed much-needed light on the matter, showing sleep is a crucial component of a healthy lifestyle, and that lack of sleep can have far-reaching consequences, affecting everything from mood, creativity and brain detoxification1,2,3,4,5 to DNA expression, chronic disease risk — including dementia6,7,8 — and longevity. … Read the Article
By Dr. David Sneed, Austin Family Medicine Associates
Most of us know the importance of getting enough vitamins and minerals in our diet to maintain a healthy body, and many of us also take supplements on a regular basis in order to ensure we’re getting enough of the right nutrients to be in good health. … Read the Article
Dear LHF Members,
On June 9th, 2018, we had our first Holistic Workshop. The speakers were fantastic, and it was captured via videography and is now available for global viewership on our YouTube Channel. … Read the Article
In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, the Alzheimer’s Association has put together a new video.
The video promotes the propaganda that genes cause Alzheimer’s.
Nothing could be further from the truth. … Read the Article
Written by Lew Andrews
One Sunday in the fall of 2015, I had a gallbladder attack and the pain was so intense that I asked my wife to drive me to the emergency room at St. … Read the Article
Longevity Health Foundation (LHF) is pleased to announce that Michael S. Oswald, Esq. has joined LHF as Idaho legal counsel. Mr. Oswald’s bio is available below. “We are delighted to have Michael join with us. … Read the Article
Written by Thomas Quinlan
My journey to understanding my health began several years ago. It started when I began to question what I was told my mainstream (allopathic) medicine, especially as it applied to the administration of drugs. … Read the Article