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Dear Readers,

Welcome to the July 2019 issue of TotalHealth Online Magazine. Have a safe and healthy Fourth of July.

Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, Rh(Ahg), presents Understanding DHEA And 7-Keto DHEA. Dehydroepiandrosterone (Dhea) is an important hormone produced in the adrenal glands and liver, and in men, the testes. Dhea and its sulfate ester, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (Dhea-s), are interconvertible. Dhea-s is the storage form of Dhea. Dhea can then be metabolized to androstenedione, the major human precursor to androgens and estrogens although Dhea doesn’t have direct estrogenic or androgenic activity in most individuals, the production of Dhea normally peaks during the mid-’20s and then begins a steady, progressive decrease of up to 90 percent with aging. Read on for the full story.

Sherry Torkos, Bsc., Phm, shares summer strengthening secrets to rejuvenate your muscles. Having toned muscles is much more than a vanity issue. Turns out those who have more muscle stand to be healthier in the long run. Mounting research suggests that the amount of muscle on your frame is a leading indicator of health and longevity, with one recent study suggesting that the amount of lean muscle mass outperforms the body mass index (BMI) in determining health and mortality risk.

Ann Louise Gittleman continues with her smart series on Progesterone and Testosterone and shows their far-reaching influence on our health.

Apples | A Harvest Of Health Effects by Catherine Cebula includes nutritional values on a variety of apples. She shares several apple recipes. TotalHealth is pleased to have Catherine back with us. Welcome back.

Felicia Stoler, DNC, MS, RDN, introduces us to More than a Quick Fix: Fasting Mimicking Diet has Long-Term Benefits. It’s only recently that the popularity of fasting has resurfaced among the health-conscious as a way to drop weight or kick-start some healthy new lifestyle habits. With the majority of Americans trying different forms of fasting, from intermittent fasting to time-restricted eating, and prolonged fasting diets, confusion can lead to questions that eventually end up in a doctor’s office.

Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DAHOM, PHD, presents Buddha Bowls A Healthy Hot Weather Treat. In addition, Gilbère offers several variations in the recipe as well as several serving suggestions. The article is followed by her new cookbook and video offer free to our readers.

Shawn Messonnier’s, DVM, continues this month with part 2 on Parvovirus. Commonly it affects young puppies. Certain breeds such as Doberman Pinschers, Rottweiler’s, Pit Bulls, and Labrador Retrievers may be more severely infected than others.

Thank you to our authors, readers, and advertisers. You make TotalHealth Magazine online possible.

Best in health,

TWIP—The Wellness Imperative People

Click here to read the full July 2019 issue.

Click here to read the full July 2019 issue.

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