Category Archives: WEIGHT CONTROL

Amplifying HCG Weight Loss with Thermogenesis

AMPLIFYING HCG WEIGHT LOSS WITH THERMOGENESIS: AN ADVANCED CLINICAL PROTOCOL Ester S Mark MD, Anti-Aging Physician, Laguna Hills, CA, Scientific Advisor to Natural Clinician LLC There is a major renaissance interest in the use of intermittent HCG injections with very low calorie diets for weight control (1). Some debate has ensued on the disadvantages and […]

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Peel off the Weight

Peel off the Weight Stephen Holt, MD, Holt Institute of Medicine, Little Falls, NJ, 2009 Everyone is sick and tired of new promises for easy weight control and the last thing required these days is another fad diet or “supplement promise.” While scientists unravel the complexities of the overweight problem, treatment or management issues lag […]

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Obesity Management

Obesity Management: Obesitis, Toxic Lipo Genesis,  Thermogenesis and Syndrome X  Obesity and Related diseases have become the most common causes of premature death and disability in industrialized nations. The metabolic Syndrome X goes hand in hand with an overweight status and it affects approximately 70 million individuals in the US. Syndrome X forms a unifying […]

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Weight Management

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT Weight control must include global health initiatives.  There are many dietary supplements that promise weight loss, but weight management includes many interventions including: modification of eating behavior with positive lifestyle change, calorie control diets that are limited in simple sugar, saturated fats and trans-fatty acids, while being rich in dietary fiber and omega-3 […]

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Calorie Restriction Mimetics

The Holt Report: Calorie Restriction and Calorie Restriction Mimetics Stephen Holt, MD, PhD, DSc, LLD, DNM, Distinguished Professor of Medicine (Emerite), Scientific Advisor, Natural Clinician LLC and Vitacost.com Introduction The only intervention that has been shown to extend average and maximal lifespan in a wide variety of living organisms is the restriction of calorie intake. […]

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Advantra Z

ADVANTRA Z Advantra Z is the natural safe alternative to ephedra, which was the most successful weight loss supplement product in the entire history of the dietary supplement industry, on a worldwide basis. The advantages of Advantra Z are clear in peer review medical literature where promising efficacy in the sphere of adjunctive use in […]

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The Interface of Bioresonance and Nutraceutical Technology

HE INTERFACE OF BIORESONANCE AND NUTRACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY Xanya Weiss PhD and Stephen Holt* MD, PhD, LLD, DSc, DNM, Scientific Advisors to Arasys Perfector and Natural Clinician LLC *Distinguished Professor of Medicine (Emeritus) Cellular resonance involves a harmonious interaction of many areas of electromagnetic radiation. Aging and disease disrupts this harmony. Cellular biocommunication systems exhibit biophysical […]

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Low Carb Dieting

SUPPLEMENT SMARTS FOR LOW CARB DIETERS By Dr. Stephen Holt, MD Low Carb Lifestyles Prevail National surveys show that more than 80% of American adults are following some form of low carb diet. This love affair with low carb lifestyles has spread to major restaurant chains and the sales of low carb products may grow […]

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Obesity

Obesity Management: Obesitis, Toxic Lipo Genesis, Thermogenesis and Syndrome X Stephen Holt, MD, DSc, PhD, ND, LLD, et al., Distinguished Professor of Medicine (Emeritus), Scientific Advisor, www.naturalclinician.com Obesity and Related diseases have become the most common causes of premature death and disability in industrialized nations. The metabolic Syndrome X goes hand in hand with an […]

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Weight Control and Anti-Aging

Excessive dietary intake of calories is causally associated with obesity, the metabolic syndrome X, type II diabetes mellitus and their related diseases (1). These common conditions have been redefined as diseases of premature aging because they cause much disability and death. New guidelines for the US, Food Pyramid Guide (January 2005) stress the need for […]

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