OBGYN NEWS   by Dr. Buruiana

 

It's time to get healthy! It's time for your Prolon

Posted by Dr.Buruiana on JANUARY 19, 2018


ProLon® is a 5-day dietary program that nourishes your body while promoting regenerative and rejuvenating changes, including effects on a wide range of markers that contribute to aging, such as cholesterol, inflammation, and fasting glucose.

ProLon® mitigates the burden and danger of water-only fasting, while responding to the unmet need of having a tasty and convenient, proven and safe dietary program that does not require ongoing lifestyle changes, such as long-term dieting.

Is intended for use by healthy individuals who want to optimize their health and wellbeing, by overweight or obese individuals who want to manage their weight in an easy and healthy way, and by people who have well-known markers for chronic and unhealthy conditions. ProLon has been clinically proven to reduce multiple biomarkers for aging and negative conditions such as abdominal fat, waist circumference, glucose, IGF-1, and CRP.

The ProLon dietary program requires guidance from a healthcare provider, such as a dietitian or nurse practitioner, for healthy individuals or a physician for individuals at risk for side effects or presenting certain diseases.

Read more at: https://prolonfmd.com/


Newer hormonal contraception formulations linked to breast cancer risk

By Ian Lacy                          

Publish date: DECEMBER 6, 2017    Ob.Gyn.News

 

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A recent study published in the NEJM shows that women who use hormonal contraceptives including some types of IUD’s for more than a year have a 20%higher risk of breast cancer.
The absolute risk is still very low. It translates in one extra case of Brest cancer for every 7690 women using hormonal contraceptives for one year.
The risk is still less than a tenth of one percent, for a 40 year old it means a change from 1 in 69 to 1 in 57.
ACOG reports that the increase risk was equal to the increase from drinking alcohol.
This is an observational study and this new evidence does not change what we previously know about hormonal contraceptives and breast cancer risk.
The small risk has to be set against the benefits which includes prevention of unwanted pregnancies and “substantial reduction in the risk of ovarian , endometrial and colorectal cancer in life”.

Read more at: https://www.mdedge.com/obgynnews/article/153690/breast-cancer/newer-hormonal-contraception-formulations-linked-breast


 

Even Light Activity May Increase Your Chances of Living Longer

By NICHOLAS BAKALAR       

 NOV. 16, 2017    NY Times

Using accelerometers to precisely measure physical activity, researchers have found that even very light exercise, well below the generally recommended levels, reduces mortality in older women.

The scientists had 6,382 women ages 63 to 99 wear an accelerometer for seven consecutive days, waking and sleeping, except when bathing or swimming. Using this data, they were able to precisely quantify levels of activity without having to rely on self-reports, which can be unreliable.

The study, in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, followed the women’s health for an average of 3.1 years, during which time there were 450 deaths.

They found that for each 30 minute a day increase in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, there was a 39 percent decrease in all-cause mortality. But they also found that 30 minutes of even very light activity — doing light household chores, walking slowly over short distances — was tied to a 12 percent reduction in mortality.

“The results apply to all women, all races, regardless of weight and even for women over 80,” said the senior author, Andrea Z. LaCroix, a professor of epidemiology at the University of California, San Diego. “You do not have to be a marathon runner to benefit from physical activity. We hope that physical activity guidelines will recognize light activity as an evidence-based way to lower the risk for death.”

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/16/well/move/even-light-activity-may-increase-your-chances-of-living-longer.html