CATEGORY: Obesity


The Ten Truths About Exercise Programs for People Over 35

Is Your Exercise Approach Optimized For Your Age? In this healthcast Dr. Maupin identifies and explains ten plus generally held beliefs about exercising that seem to cause those of us over 35 to be disappointed in our results. She explains[...]
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The Ten Myths of Exercise Programs for People over 35

Over 35 And Disappointed With Your Exercise Results, Dr. Maupin Explains Why. In this healthcast Dr. Maupin identifies and explains ten generally held beliefs about exercising that seem to cause those of us over 35 to be disappointed in our[...]
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Body Composition – The InBody Machine – Part II of II

The scale alone is not the best way to measure your weight loss progress. This week’s healthcast is a continuation of a discussion we began in our last Healthcast. We are discussing the knowledge and information we can obtain by[...]
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Body Composition – The InBody Machine – Part I of II

Body composition is a measurement that is reflective of your health and exercise status. This week we are going to be discussing some of the amazing new technologies that allow us to know more precisely and specifically what is going[...]
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Male Case Study for Doctors and the General Public

Dr. Maupin's discusses her approach to Bio-identical hormone pellet therapy at BioBalance Health. Dr. Maupin and Brett Newcomb are taking the opportunity in this Healthcast to explain the diagnostic and troubleshooting steps that Dr. Maupin uses to evaluate patients to see[...]
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Addiction to Drugs is a Method of Self Treatment for Missing Neurotransmitters

Drug addiction is a progressive and often fatal behavioral syndrome characterized by compulsive drug seeking and consumption despite serious negative consequences. “The defining feature of addiction is the compulsive, out of control drug use, despite negative consequences.” “Addictive drugs induce[...]
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Discussion of Workouts and Weight Loss from Scientific American Magazine

An article in Scientific American magazine challenges how we look at exercise, diet, and weight loss. Today we will discuss the truth about the relationship between exercise, diet and weight loss. This discussion is based on an article in Scientific[...]
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How to Become a Superager – Comments on an Article in the New York Times

Can we fight off the typical mental deterioration of aging? A recently published article discussing the idea of being able to fight off the typical mental deterioration of aging, caught our eye.  We will discuss the concepts presented in the[...]
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Food Choices – A Netflix Documentary

Research continues to challenge our concepts about food, how it is manufactured, and how it is consumed. American culture has evolved into a society that, for the most part, is more and more removed from the immediacy of nature. We[...]
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An Interview With Dr. Rachel Sullivan

Dr. Rachel Sullivan, a Family Medicine Physician, joins our BioBalance Health practice in Kansas City. We welcome Dr. Rachel Sullivan to our BioBalance Health practice in Kansas City. Dr. Sullivan is a Family Medicine Physician, licensed in three states, Texas,[...]
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