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There are plenty of health and nutrition articles that tell you which foods you should be eating more of.  Chances are that you already have a list of those foods in your head, which is a great start.  But incorporating more super foods into your diet on a weekly basis is an essential, positive healthy habit that all of us can achieve, with some tasty recipes and culinary inspiration. Continue reading “Three Superfoods You Aren’t Eating (But Should)” »
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Affiliates, Recipes and Nutrition, Thrive! Newsletter
In our May, 2016 edition of ‘Living Well’, we share tips to help you keep your health and wellness resolutions. Get some of our favorite health and wellness inspirational Instagram channels, and find daily inspiration to help you stay on track to achieve your personal goals. We also share a delicious ‘healthy swap’ Asian inspired recipe to try, and our special upcoming free training webinar on social media marketing tools for Affiliates. Please double click the newsletter to view in full screen size.
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Antioxidants, Dr. Robert Keller, Uncategorized
Understanding the role of antioxidants in anti-aging and wellness is essential for everyone, whether you are in your early 20’s or late seventies.  Health starts at the cellular level and the most important thing you can do for your body is to ensure that you are eating a balanced, nutritious and well portioned diet. Free radicals are atoms that are created when oxygen in your body interacts with other molecules.  The reactive free radicals start a chain sequence that multiply themselves within the body, figuratively attacking other cells by affixing themselves to the membrane of healthy cells. 

Having a perfect diet does not mean you can adequately protect your body from free radicals, as they enter the body in a variety of ways including environmental pollutants (air, water and pesticides), processed foods and lifestyle habits including cigarette smoking.  When you hear about free radicals, it is important to understand that the damage they do to cells is substantial if not controlled or counteracted by your body’s best and only defense against the destruction of healthy cells; antioxidants.

Vitamins such as vitamin E, beta-carotene and vitamin C combat free radicals. Selenium is a trace metal that also has an important role in antioxidant functioning.  Vitamin E can be acquired in a natural diet that is rich in nuts, certain vegetables, whole grains, apricots and some fruits.  Vitamin C (required for the production of vitamin A in the body) is present in citrus fruits, green peppers and leafy vegetables such as kale.  Beta carotene (retinol) is acquired in foods like carrots, broccoli, yams and cantaloupe.

The Link Between Antioxidants and Good Health

Consider your daily diet from an antioxidant perspective.  How many of these essential foods and nutrients are you receiving consistently to support the healthy antioxidant functioning that your body needs to combat cellular damage?  Health and wellness starts at the cellular level, and high quality nutritional supplements are an effective way to bridge the gap between the nutrients you eat daily and the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals your body needs consistently to combat free radicals and to promote a healthy immune system.

There are other aspects to managing your personal wellness, including hydration and regular exercise, but nutrition is the key to achieving and maintaining health at all ages and in every stage of life.  Dr. Robert Keller was passionate about educating others on the key role of antioxidants and healthy aging, and his research formulated a family of supplements designed to work synergistically to provide comprehensive nutritional support and cellular health. 

Learn more about Dr. Robert Keller and his research on our website. Start your own personal health revolution by emphasising nutrition and self-care every day.  Become an advocate for health and wellness and learn more about becoming an Affiliate with RobKellerMD®.
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Among the beautiful changes to the scenery and family holidays, fall is also a time when your immune system faces some of its biggest challenges.    Between changing temperatures and reduced sunlight and reduced physical activity, the self-care that we engage in with a healthful diet and exercise through summer months is set aside during the fall and winter months. The holiday season and increased indoor social activities help to expose us to more antigens and infectious opportunities.   To get your immune system ready for the fall season, we would like to share some information about how it all works, and what you can do to navigate the Fall with better health and wellness outcomes.

How The Immune System Works

When something is wrong with your body, you can just feel it.  There are many messages that your body sends through a variety of different symptoms to let you know that the immune system is not running at an optimal level. Your immune system is constructed of a network of complex cells, tissues and major organs that work in unison to provide protection from bacterial or viral infection.

There are two types of white blood cells at work every minute within your body to seek out and destroy antigens and other threats to health. Leukocytes are stored in the thymus, bone marrow and the spleen.  These white blood cells exist in two forms; the phagocytes and the lymphocytes. The Phagocytes are aggressive cells that find and eradicate any bacteria or virus that enters the body.  The soldiers of the immune system literally chew up and destroy foreign organisms. The second type of white blood cell are lymphocytes, which act as a learning and memory center for the immune system.  These remarkable cells remember the markers of viruses and bacteria, which help trigger an earlier response next time your body is exposed to invading organisms. The two pronged approach of the white blood cells are critical to the healthy functioning of your immune system, and are essential to remove infection (thereby reducing the length of time you are sick) and recognize the pattern of bacteria and virus to prevent future infections.

The Sweet Dilemma

Craving sweets is one way that your body compensates for a lack of energy.  As the days get shorter and the weather changes in the fall, naturally we begin to crave higher carbohydrate foods.  How we eat changes as a result with less fruits and vegetables, and more potatoes, thick creamy soups, bread and rich gravy saturated meats. There is nothing wrong with healthy comfort food options incorporated into a balanced diet, but overloading on carbohydrates can create other problems for your health.

Did you know that a large amount of carbohydrate (sugar) can impede the ability of white blood cells to fight bacteria for up to five hours after consuming something sweet and sugary? Every time you load up on sweets, consider that you are disabling the efficiency of your immune system for hours afterward, leaving you susceptible to viral or bacterial infection and moderate your intake, particularly during the cold and flu season.

Dehydration and Health

In the summer it seems habitually easier to remember to drink a sufficient amount of water; after all, the hot weather inspires us to stay hydrated.  But the truth of the matter is that your body requires the same level of hydration throughout the year, regardless of the season. Trading fresh water for other hot beverages like hot chocolate, tea or coffee contribute to dehydration.  When you feel tired, do you reach for a retail energy drink? They are generally loaded with salt which contributes to further dehydration.   Your cells need water, and dehydration directly impacts the ability of white blood cells to function, making you more susceptible to viral and bacterial infection.

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Immune System

  • Reduce caffeine intake
  • Reduce high carbohydrate meals and snacks (and replace them with high fiber and protein options for more sustained energy without the ‘carb crash’).
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Ensure you are drinking an adequate amount of fresh water daily.  Remember that by the time you are thirsty, your body is already dehydrated.
  • Wash your hands frequently and use antibacterial wipes or gels to reduce your viral or bacterial load on hands and your chance of infection.
  • Get sufficient rest.  Naps are not just for kids (you are allowed to have one too).
  • Ensure you take a quality daily multivitamin and probiotic to fill in the gaps between your dietary nutrition and what your body needs daily for healthy functioning.
 
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Antioxidants, Dr. Robert Keller, Health
High blood pressure doesn’t seem like much to worry about.  When most people are diagnosed, few understand the concern that their physician has regarding side effects and complications because in the beginning, you feel few to no symptoms of the condition. And that’s what makes hypertension so dangerous.

There are a number of contributing factors that increase your risk for developing hypertension (high blood pressure), but lifestyle is by far the strongest influence.  What you eat, how often you exercise and your habits either support healthy blood pressure or contribute to elevated hypertension.   We’ll talk about some of the causes and what you (with the supervision of your family doctor) can do to manage it.

What Causes High Blood Pressure?

Essential hypertension can be an inherited problem where mostly men experience non-lifestyle related high blood pressure.  Individuals who are black have twice the risk of essential hypertension than white peers in similar age groups.  Black women over the age of 65 develop a higher incidence of hypertension than men. Lifestyle or chronic hypertension is related to diet, fitness, weight and age as well as ethnic background. Two numbers are provided to measure hypertension; the first being the systolic and the second the diastolic. The universal ranges for blood pressure are:
  1. Normal blood pressure is less than 120/80.
  2. Prehypertension is measured at 120-139/80-89
  3. Stage 1 of hypertension is: 140-159/90-99
  4. Stage 2 of hypertension is: 160/100+
  5. High blood pressure for seniors over 60 years of age is: 150+/90+
Regular blood pressure tests are recommended for individuals over the age of forty, but many physicians recommend an annual check for all adults over the age of twenty-five years.  If left untreated, hypertension can lead to a thickening of the arteries, cardiac distress, and other medical conditions.

Changes that Support Healthy Blood Pressure

It should be noted that hypertension is a serious health concern that requires the ongoing medical supervision of a trained physician.  In addition to supervision by a medical doctor, there are some known lifestyle changes proven to support the regulation of healthy blood pressure.

  • Reduce Sodium Intake
  • Reduce Caffeine
  • Manage Stress Levels
  • Exercise More Often
  • Maintain a Healthy Body Weight
  • Check Blood Pressure Regularly
  • Reduce High Fat Foods

A consultation with a wellness practitioner can help identify individual lifestyle habits and routines that may be contributing to hypertension.  Working in conjunction with a family doctor and medication, most individuals can restore their body to a healthy blood pressure. Remember that healthy changes maintained over time result in better health and wellness.  Persistence is the key (making the changes stick for the long term) and a positive outlook that makes your personal health and wellness a priority.
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Health, Our Products
There is no shortage of natural supplement products on the market that promise to help you increase your body’s glutathione level by increasing your uptake of manufactured glutathione.   The pills are treated like any other vitamin supplement, and often promise consumers that taking glutathione orally is an effective way to increase and sustain the amount glutathione in your body. Glutathione dietary supplements (L-glutathione) or reduced glutathione or GSH are available in capsule, powered form and drops. 

These supplements are advertised using information that is true about the inherent value of glutathione to healthy functioning.  The prospectus for these supplements refer to the benefit of increased immunity, endurance, muscle strength and enhance protection against inflammation and chronic disease. Glutathione is valuable to your body and an important part of aging healthfully, but what they don’t tell you is that oral glutathione supplements do not work well.    It is convenient but according to clinical publications and tests, it is not an efficient way to increase or sustain levels of glutathione in the body.

Facts about Oral Glutathione

  • Oral glutathione is a small protein molecule that is easily digested by the stomach.
  • Oral glutathione is almost completely lost in the digestive track with very small amounts able to successfully enter the blood stream intracellular.
  • Oral glutathione is most rapidly absorbed within the lungs (this offers some benefit to lung cancer patients).
  • Oral glutathione levels were increased for a short period of three hours (average).
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“The studies concluded that to achieve the optimal benefit of oral glutathione supplements, an adult would have to be severely glutathione deficient and take a minimum of 14 capsules every 3-5 hours.


Despite the fact that television and celebrities are promoting the benefit of oral glutathione, the medical community acknowledges that glutathione supplements offer minimal value.

The Original Glutathione Formula™ RobKellerMD© manufacturers the Original Glutathione Formula™ which is the culmination of the research of our founder, Dr. Robert Keller.   He lectured tirelessly and published research that conclusively acknowledged the inefficiency of oral glutathione.   What Dr. Keller wanted consumers to understand was that there was a powerful inherent value to increasing glutathione levels in the human body, and his formula devised a method of stimulating the body to accelerate the production of gluatathione nutritionally. What makes our product different?  By supporting your body with healthy nutrients it needs, it is better able to combat the impairment of toxins at the cellular level.   The daily supplement (six per day) provides the essential vitamins and nutrients your body needs to produce more glutathione, and rid your body of free radicals more efficiently for better health and wellness.

Learn more about Dr. Keller and the nutritional key to producing more glutathione on YouTube. Visit our website and learn more about Dr. Keller’s Original Glutathione Formula™ and the nutritional impact it has had on personal wellness for individuals with a variety of health and immunological conditions.
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