Anti-Aging Benefits of Strength Training and Weight Lifting

Mike CarragherAge Management, cardiovascular health, Dr. Carragher, heart disease, Hormone Optimization, weight gain, Weight LossLeave a Comment

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  Anti-Aging Benefits of Strength Training and Weight Lifting The sad truth is that most physicians are severely undertrained when it comes to nutrition and exercise, two of the most crucial components to preventing and treating disease.  During my medical training, we received TWO DAYS of training on nutrition and FIVE DAYS on exercise, if that.  After you read this short article, you will probably … Read More

Mitochondrial Aging and Decay – Part 2

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, Carragher Method, fatigue, INTERMITTENT FASTING, KETONES, loss of energy, low energy, mitochondria, NAD, weight gain, Weight LossLeave a Comment

Mitochondrial Aging and Decay – Part 2 This is the second entry of a two-part blog on cellular and mitochondrial decay and aging. In the first blog, I talked about how exercise affects mitochondrial and cellular health. If you missed it, please click here! I’m going to talk about four specific treatments and interventions that can improve mitochondrial and cellular function. If you’re interested in … Read More

4 Keys to a Lean Summer Body

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Are you having trouble losing body fat? You aren’t alone – one of the top reasons people schedule evaluations with me is because they just can’t seem to lose weight, no matter how hard they try. It’s the age-old story: body fat seems to accumulate over the years and it gets harder and harder to lose that weight. Body fat is a health concern. Excess … Read More

Why Size Matters In Weight Loss!

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If you want to lose weight this year, you aren’t alone. Last year more than ever, I saw most people gain weight.  A combination of gym closures, higher than normal stress levels, and poor eating patterns led to a perfect storm, creating an expanding waistline.  The best way to get where you want to be, and stay there, is to approach weight loss in a … Read More

What Do Hormones Have to Do With Weight Loss Anyway?

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Many people come to my clinic because they’re frustrated with their weight loss efforts. Our patients often tell us that they sweat and starve for weeks or months with success at first, but that the weight just comes back. Almost everyone is surprised to learn that natural age-related fluctuations in hormones can affect the way their body gains weight and burns fat. About Those Hormones … Read More

Before You Try Intermittent Fasting, Read This!

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What Is Intermittent Fasting? Simply put, intermittent fasting (IF) is a pattern of eating in which you cycle between periods of eating and fasting. There are three main approaches to intermittent fasting: The 5:2 Diet: You consume 500 to 600 calories daily on two non-consecutive days of the week, and eat normally on the other five days Eat-Stop-Eat: Involves fasting for 24 hours on one … Read More