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Frank Lipman MD
Leader in Functional Medicine. Founder of Eleven Eleven Wellness Center. NY Times Bestselling Author. Chief Medical Officer/The-Well. Practicing Good Medicine.
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Frank Lipman MD 4h
A carb heavy diet tends to ramp up mTOR, as does red meat which contains high amounts of branched chain amino acids like leucine, which also stimulates mTOR. and negatively impacts aging. In other words, a carb and meat-heavy diet from age 45 plus, will do you no longevity favors
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Frank Lipman MD 6h
Are you mentally exhausted? Here's how to tell (and what to do about it).
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Frank Lipman MD 8h
Presidential Elections May Be Bad for Your Health. The incidence of heart attacks and strokes rise around election time, researchers report.
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Frank Lipman MD 10h
My general rule of thumb for fat: If it comes from nature, it’s probably healthy, and if it’s made in a factory, be it feedlot or processing plant, it’s probably not
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Frank Lipman MD 12h
A consensus has emerged among scientists that the virus is rarely transmitted through contact with tainted surfaces and that it’s safe to stop taking such extreme measures as quarantining your mail and wiping down your groceries.
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Frank Lipman MD 14h
Why Your Gut Microbes Love Intermittent Fasting
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 23
When your sleep goes awry, it’s a clue that something about your lifestyle is asking to be adjusted, or that something else in your body needs attention.
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 23
Masks could cut Covid-19 deaths in the US by 130,000: a new analysis finds
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 23
Via : On this , joins mbg co-CEO, , to discuss how much protein you actually need (and what kind), why "micro-movements" are better than the gym + much more! 🎧 Tune in here:
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 23
To age more slowly, avoid injury, as it triggers the low-grade inflammation that can age you before your time. The key is to adapt your fitness routine as your body changes, and if something hurts, don’t do it. Think about conserving, maintaining, and preventing injury.
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 23
Exposure to man-made chemicals influences genes controlling aging, immune system and metabolism
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 23
Shoulder pain is often caused by impingement. A Physical Therapist explains what causes it and how to fix it
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 22
Good restorative restful sleep is a cornerstone of wellness. And if you are chronically shorting yourself on this health-enhancing stuff, it’s just a matter of time before your system will breakdown in any number of subtle, or not so subtle, ways.
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 22
Research indicates that self-tracking of physical activity supports healthy living for people of all ages
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 22
Via : Study concludes....."While further confirmation is needed, vitamin D supplementation may have prevention or treatment potential for COVID-19 disease".
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 22
Chronic inflammation initiated by lifestyle is often the starting point for diseases that are tragically becoming endemic, such as heart disease, cancer, obesity, arthritis, and many forms of dementia including Alzheimer’s.
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 22
In addition to setting you up for obesity and type 2 diabetes, sugar may also be destroying your brain cells! In fact, many scientists are now calling Alzheimer’s the ‘diabetes of the brain’ or ‘diabetes 3’. So, if maintaining a healthy brain is your goal, avoid sugar!
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 22
Health Coach Tip on Working from Home, Stress-Free.....Where you work and how you start and end your day can make a big difference to how you manage work/life balance
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 21
One of the most important things that happens while you sleep is that your body secretes human growth hormone (HGH), a natural “fountain of youth.” The anti-aging effects of human growth hormone are so powerful that some people even inject doses as adults.
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Frank Lipman MD Oct 21
When it comes to your body, everything’s interconnected. No system is an island, and although you many not ‘feel’ the effects of a poor diet quite as pointedly as a hangover, rest assured, over time damage is being done. However, the good news is, the opposite is true as well.
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