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Fighting the Obesity Epidemic With Sleep

Published May 28, 2017

Weight management is one of the most vital facets of a healthy life, yet many people struggle to maintain a healthy weight. Obesity is an epidemic in America, and it […]

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Are Hormones Causing Your Headaches?

Published May 18, 2017

It can be easy to shrug off recurring headaches as just a fact of life. Many times, headaches can be chalked up to extra stress at work, lack of sleep, […]

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Purple Potatoes May Help You Beat Cancer

Published May 5, 2017

by Dr. Bryan Warner   You may have seen purple potatoes at upscale grocery stores like Whole Foods or at farmers’ markets, but did you buy them? Most of us […]

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Cryoablation: A Pain-Free Alternative to Cancer Surgery?

Published April 28, 2017

By Dr. Bryan Warner   Do you recoil from the prospect of having surgery because you’re afraid to “go under the knife”? If so, a lot of others share your […]

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How What You Eat Influences Your Hormones

Published April 27, 2017

There are many differing perspectives on what exactly constitutes good health, but maintaining a healthy weight is often one of the top measures. When evaluating weight loss, most people look […]

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The Different Ways Women Experience Hot Flashes

Published April 17, 2017

Experts have identified no less than four different categories for how women experience hot flashes during menopause, ranging from those who experience little or no symptoms to those who may […]

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“Gas” Cancer With Nitric Oxide

Published April 17, 2017

By Dr. Bryan Warner   Nitric Acid (NO), first identified in 1772, was mostly regarded as a mere pollutant until the 1980s, when it began to be studied for its […]

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Acrylamide:  How Healthy Carbs Become Unhealthy

Published April 10, 2017

By Dr. Bryan Warner If you’ve ever googled “healthy carbs,” you probably learned that potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, potassium and dietary fiber. Whole grains are also […]

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Going Gluten Free for Celiac Disease and More

Published March 24, 2017

Celiac disease is a chronic autoimmune disorder that doesn’t just go away. If you have a close relative with celiac disease, then you have a higher risk of having it […]

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Enzymes, Part 2: Promoting Longevity

Published March 17, 2017

By Dr. Bryan Warner When you’re young, you don’t have to think much about your enzymes. Generally, they take care of themselves. But as you get older, you need to […]

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  • My husband and I have been going to Dr. Warner for about three years now.  I started mainly because I felt I had a hormone imbalance.  I had gone through menopause just a few years before.  My blood pressure, which had been great my entire life, went high, my hair was falling out, incontinence, sleep problems, and just normal aging…Read More
  • In August 2010, my husband and I became patients of Dr. Bryan Warner. I was so excited about the appointment. I had been studying about Bioidential Hormone Therapy. I had many issues i.e., low energy, weight gain, sleeplessness and night sweats.  Dr. Warner has been a tremendous blessing to me and my husband. He has a wealth of knowledge. Dr.…Read More
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June 25, 2018

Are Night Sweats Making You Sleep Deprived?

Some people who experience night sweats have fairly mild symptoms, and may have recurrences only occasionally. However, this condition makes other sufferers thoroughly miserable—many people wake in the middle of […]

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