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Intermittent Fasting: An easy way to promote health, live longer and even cure type 2 diabetes

Posted on November 6 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND So what is intermittent fasting? Intermittent fasting (IF) is a way of scheduling your meals so that your body goes 16 hours without caloric intake. The goal is to cycle 8-hour periods of eating with 16 hours of fasting. … Learn More » “Intermittent Fasting: An easy way to promote health, live longer and even cure type 2 diabetes”

Stem cells build cartilage better after weight loss

Stem cells build cartilage better with weight loss

Posted on November 14 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Adipose biocellular tissue grafts cells are better able to build cartilage after weight loss. Research published in the International Journal of Obesity in November of 2012 has found that obesity caused by diet can alter the health of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Researchers demonstrated that … Learn More » “Stem cells build cartilage better with weight loss”

Revolutionize your Diet: Turning Healthy Food Choices Into a Permanent Lifestyle Change

Posted on September 23 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

A good portion of my time with patients revolves around one primary topic: food. Everyone wants to know what diet is best. The short version of my answer is: diets are not one size fits all. Tailoring a diet to a specific person entails taking … Learn More » “Revolutionize your Diet: Turning Healthy Food Choices Into a Permanent Lifestyle Change”