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Go Healthy For Good! / 681 VIEWS

On average we are 23 lbs. over our ideal body weight. And about 2 thirds of Americans is overweight or obese. Where’s your weight sitting? Weight down with Go Healthy For Good.

Go Healthy For Good! / 678 VIEWS

We have easy access to food, beverages, transport and leisure time. Which really sets us up for packing on the pounds! This means more diabetes, more renal failure, more cancer...Watch! Dr. Arthur Frank guests this episode. Let's stop the epidemic!

Go Healthy For Good! / 672 VIEWS

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, is a cluster of hormonal problems characterized by malfunction of the ovaries. Ovulation is irregular, and so is the monthly cycle, pregnancy is less likely, and miscarriages - more likely. Is there hope? Watch.

Go Healthy For Good! / 659 VIEWS

One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia in the United States. Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise increasing 68 percent from 2000-2010. Is there anything you can do to prevent it? Please watch.

Go Healthy For Good! / 656 VIEWS

The U.S. has a poorer health status and lower life expectancy than other countries, despite spending the most money on health care. What's going on? And how can we stem the tide of chronic disease? Don't miss this episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / 655 VIEWS

In this Thanksgiving season, let's see if gratitude can be another tool to achieve better health and wellness. And if it is, should we be giving thanks more than once a year?

Go Healthy For Good! / 643 VIEWS

Revolutionize your understanding of protein. Discover the amount of protein you should eat, and the best high protein foods for your body.

Go Healthy For Good! / 631 VIEWS

In the United States, more than 40 million people either already have osteoporosis or are at high risk due to low bone mass. Good news is that most of these cases can be prevented, do you want to know how? Watch this episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / 621 VIEWS

A father's example is a powerful influence over a family's health. For example, if a dad is obese, his children are 4-times more likely to be obese at 18 years of age. It's time to focus our attention on men and their health.