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Articles By Sangeeta Pati MD FACOG

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10 steps to Build Bone Density without Bisphosphonates

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Detoxification: Why, what and how?

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Fatigue? Adrenal Fatigue? And What To Do!

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Perimenopause And Menopause: Should We Be Without Hormones?

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The Male Andropause

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Hormone replacement therapy in Women - The Evidence

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Top Ten Ways To Combat Inflammation: The Silent Killer

10 steps to Build Bone Density without Bisphosphonates

Why does bone density decline? As we age the rate of bone breakdown exceeds the rate of bone building, therefore the density of the bone gradually declines in both men and women…

Detoxification: Why, what and how?

In the Blue-Zones where people live healthy, productive lives to above age 80, daily detoxification is enhanced
due to the structure of the water, colloidal minerals in the soil and general lack of toxins. Most of us are exposed…

Fatigue? Adrenal Fatigue? And What To Do!

Is it normal to get tired as we grow older?As we age, hormone production and nutrient status decline. Hormone function is about 50% by the age of 50. Absorption of B-12 declines naturally with age. Although this is still considered “normal,” it is not “optimal”

Perimenopause And Menopause: Should We Be Without Hormones?

Just as vitamins and minerals decline with age, the organs in women and men alike produce declining hormones with age. These include estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, thyroid hormones,…

The Male Andropause

Although, the male andropause has not been widely recognized, increased medical research has turned attention to the gradual hormone decline in males which generally presents with symptoms in the mid 40’s to 50’s...

The Prevention of Breast Cancer

The belief that breast cancer cannot be prevented is a myth. In 1997, the American Cancer Society wrote “To date, knowledge about risk factors has not translated into practical ways to prevent breast cancer.”…

Top Ten Ways To Combat Inflammation: The Silent Killer

Inflammation (Latin, inflammare, to set on fire) is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as infection, pathogens, damaged cells