A more whole self through better living

A more whole self through better living

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Thank you so much for visiting our site! We’re so excited to share the Live Health protocol with you and sincerely believe it will be just what you’re looking for on your journey to a fit, healthy life. There is so much information out there regarding emerging trends in medicine you may not know what to believe, or even where to start! Most people would assume that their personal physician is where they should start, but the reality is that most physicians are focused on the care of their sick patients, and not necessarily on well care. Most insurance companies don't pay for preventative care, because it's simply not cost effective or considered elective care. Our goal at Livehealthprotocol.com is to not only provide a superior products and recommendations, but to provide all the information you need in order to be successful in a way that is precise, informative and above all, reliable.

The Live Health Protocol

After years of seeing patient after patient in pain, a common theme occurred over and over; we were never going to rid patients of their symptoms without treating what was causing them in the first place…they were overweight and suffering from chronic inflammation. There are absolutely exceptions to this, but for the majority of patients a less then healthy lifestyle had led to being overweight, which often leads to being in pain, being tired all the time, being irritable, being depressed, the list goes on, and we wanted to help fix that. That is where the Live Health protocol comes in.

Our initial focus was on offering patients a healthy, relatively easy way to lose weight in a short amount of time, we wanted to present them with an option that would actually work and would serve as a “kickstart’ to what would potentially be an entirely new lifestyle. We performed a huge amount of research into the subject and just kept coming back to HCG. It made so much sense and when we introduced the protocol into our clinic, patients had amazing results, so much so that we decided it would be a disservice to not expand our audience and offer it to everyone looking to make a positive change in their lives. This developed into our mdHCG protocol.

However, once we got our patients losing their excess weight, we wanted them to keep it off and improve their physical and mental well being, this brought about the Live Health Protocol.

Thank you again for visiting our site and we hope you find all the information we’ve provided to be helpful and informative. We truly believe this protocol can help anyone get on the right path to a healthier life. If we didn’t we simply wouldn’t offer it. Please look through the rest of the site and we hope you decide the Live Health Protocol is right for you, we know it will help you reach your ideal health goals!

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Helminthic Parasites

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The human microbiome, gut bacteria contribute to obesity.

We traditionally think of bacteria as dirty, something we want to keep outside of our bodies.  Intestinal bacteria are very important for digestion; they break complex fiber polysaccharides (sugar molecules connected to each other), into simple absorbable sugars by a process called fermentation, converting nutrients into calories.  The large intestine houses over 1400 species of […]

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The missing links in obesity: Glycemic Index and Insulin

Obesity is among the most important medical problems in the United States today. Currently, 1 in 4 children and 1 in 2 adults are overweight, and prevalence rates that have increased by 50% since the 1960s. The Federal government and various official medical agencies, at the behest of grain producers, have advocated decreasing intake of […]

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Carbs are an addiction.

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Your brain and obesity.

Obese people have, on average, eight percent less brain tissue than people of normal weight, according to a new study published in the journal Human Brain Mapping.  Even overweight people have four percent less brain tissue than their normal-weight peers.   Obesity is independently associated with poor educational attainment and may be responsible for the cognitive […]

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The effects of smoking on your brain.

If you thought the only dangers of smoking were chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema and lung cancer, think again. New studies now link the expensive (financially and health-wise) habit with new concerns. One recent paper, “Smoking History and Cognitive Function in Middle Age From the Whitehall II Study,” appeared in the Archives of Internal […]

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How does food become energy?

Optimizing fat burning while simultaneously building muscle should be the goal of any effective exercise program, the critical linkage between exercise and the food we eat is ATP.  This article describes the importance of understanding what ATP is, and how different foods are converted to ATP, and when different fuels (protein, carbohydrate, or fat) are […]

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