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Call in to learn about a newly discovered link between pain and the brain cortex.  Are genetics involved in your experience of pain? What tells your brain to create pain?  Can you control your pain using brain-focused techniques? These and other questions will be answered by Dr. Hedaya on this free conference.  Dr. Hedaya is here to help.

September 26, 2017// 3:00 PM

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    Mind Over Inflammation: Gluten sensitivity

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    I know that this is going to be a pretty unbelievable read, but it is true. The bottom line…

    I know that this is going to be a pretty unbelievable read, but it is true. The bottom line is this. For the past 10 years, I have had recurring tendonitis, which inhibited my ability to work-out with weights, and eventually forced me to stop playing guitar. One day, for a reason that is unknown to me, I decided to go gluten free. None of…

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    Understanding Inflammation

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    Inflammation affects millions of people in a number of ways. Inflammation can be good for you, or bad for…

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    Mindfulness versus Arthritis

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    1. What is mindfulness in the context of arthritis pain as well as other forms of pain? What is…

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    Nutrition and Depression: Nutrition, Detoxification,…

    Robert Hedaya
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    Nutrition, Detoxification, and Depression An additional avenue through which nutrition can help mood disorders is via liver detoxification, which…

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    Nutrition and Depression: Nutrition, Neuronal…

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    Nutrition, Neuronal Protection and Depression Neuronal protection (protection against cognitive decline) requires glutathione peroxidase (a crucial enzyme which requires…

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    Nutrition and Depression: Nutrition, Methylation,…

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    Nutrition, Methylation, and Depression Nutritional support for the methylation cycle is another area in which nutrition plays a critical…

    Nutrition, Methylation, and Depression Nutritional support for the methylation cycle is another area in which nutrition plays a critical role. The methylation cycle is essential for mental and physical health. It is critical to the metabolism of catecholamines in the synapse via an enzyme (COMT) as well as the synthesis of ‘depression-relevant’ compounds such as melatonin, myelin basic protein, carnitine, CoQ10, etc. Methylation is required…

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    WSJ: “With Every Alzheimer’s Diagnosis, the Same Bleak Conversation”

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    [caption id="attachment_433" align="alignleft" width="300"] WSJ photo: istock[/caption]   Jeremy Abbate writes in The Wall Street Journal "With Every Alzheimer’s Diagnosis the Same Bleak Conversation" Aug. 25, 2017 6:44 p.m. ET   On an overcast Tuesday morning last October in Northford, Conn., I sat in a second-row pew in a quiet church and watched my father tell a heartwarming story about…

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    Addiction, Pain and Inflammation

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      read the full article in Serene Scene Magazine here.

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    Out with Gout!

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      Gout is an inflammatory disease. It is a painful form of arthritis that develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood. In vulnerable people, when levels are too high, crystals form in vulnerable joints and cause sudden, severe episodes of pain, tenderness, redness, warmth and swelling.   Who gets gout? Your chances of getting…

      Gout is an inflammatory disease. It is a painful form of arthritis that develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood. In vulnerable people, when levels are too high, crystals form in vulnerable joints and cause sudden, severe episodes of pain, tenderness, redness, warmth and swelling.   Who gets gout? Your chances of getting gout are higher if you: are genetically vulnerable are overweight have heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure drink too much alcohol are male had gastric bypass surgery eat too much meat and fish that are high in natural chemicals called purines take medicines, such as water pills (diuretics), that can bring on gout   What causes a gout attack? A gout attack happens when something, such as a steak with a glass of wine, causes uric acid levels to rise. Sugary sodas and even too much fruit can prompt an attack. Injury can also cause gout. Trauma to the joint can irritate the crystals that have formed in a joint, triggering the attack. The resulting inflammation and pain often strike at night and intensify over the next eight to 12 hours.…

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