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Protein, The Building Blocks Of Your Body

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Your muscles, bones, blood, skin, hair, nails, and brain cells all rely on protein. Check out the chart below to learn some of the benefits of protein, how to get it and how much you need each day.

Protein, The Building Blocks Of Your Body



Menopause for Men?

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Men’s bodies start producing less testosterone after age 30. Research shows that after this age, the body reduces testosterone production by nearly 10% each year. You can find out how to fight back against andropause by reading about the symptoms on this chart from a Beverly Hills hormone therapist. If this describes you, we can help! Call us for an appointment.


Menopause for Men? The Very Real Effects of Andropause



Balancing Carbs

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For a diabetic, balancing carbohydrates is critical. See the chart below for important information on the basics of diabetes and carbohydrate management.



Flu Shots Are In at GOH!

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Flu season is upon us and the Flu Shots Are In @ GOH Medical!

Stop by (walk ins welcome) to GOH Medical and get your flu shot/mist.

Also don’t forget to get your rest, manage stress and eat a “flu fighting” diet.

This combination will most certainly lower your chances of getting this airborne illness that can be responsible for a week of missed work/productivity, and refer to Seven Healers ( to learn more on how to keep your immune system vital and strong.

Sue Thomas, RN, MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified

Be vibrant and strong throughout your entire life!

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Do you have any of the symptoms below?  We now have BioTe!  Many of our patients have seen remarkable results.  See Sue to see if it may be right for you!


BioTe Blog post

Ways to Lose Weight

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We all want a healthy lifestyle…and most of us want to lose weight! Here is a guide to help you reach your goal. The research explores the most common diets such as Paleolitic diet, Zone diet, Atkins diet, Weight watchers and many others. It also presents a chart of how much calories a person burns in 1 hour engaging in various physical exercises such as cycling, playing football, basketball or walking. It also analyses the obesity surgeries (gastric bypass, gastric sleeve, gastric band, and gastric balloon). Pros and cons of each weight loss method are reviewed to help you chose the right option for you. Because the more knowledge you have the better decision you will make!

Ways to lose weight

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Stay Healthy with Cauliflower

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Cauliflower – a vegetable loved by many and hated by more (especially kids). Eat it raw in salads or cooked in soups or vegetable blends…even puree it for a substitute for mashed potatoes! There are lots of yummy ways to add it to your diet.

Here’s why…Do you know its health benefits and why it is a super food? Here are the preventive powers of cauliflower and its nutrients.

Sleep Deprived?

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Sleep Apnea is incredibly common but rarely diagnosed. Notice the vicious cycle sleep apnea and its side effects have on sufferers.

One cause of sleep apnea is excess weight. With excess weight, the tissues of the neck and throat begin to fill up with fat, which often collapses the windpipe during sleeping and cuts off the airflow to the lungs. This in turn leads other serious health complications. (From The Seven Numbers by Dr. Scott Conard)

Solutions for sleep apnea include losing excess weight, avoiding smoking and alcohol, sleeping on your side, and using a special mouth guard. Take a look at this information from an Indianapolis family dentist for more tips.


Grow your lashes for the holidays!

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Ask Sue if LATISSE® is right for you. If it is, start now to grow your lashes for the holidays1,*

Ask your doctor about starting NOW
It takes 16 weeks for full results.
LATISSE® is a prescription treatment for hypotrichosis (inadequate or not enough lashes) to grow eyelashes longer, fuller, darker.
Important Safety Information

If you use/used prescription products for eye pressure problems, use LATISSE® under doctor care. LATISSE® may cause increased brown pigmentation of the colored part of the eye which is likely permanent. Eyelid skin darkening may occur and may be reversible. Only apply at the base of upper lashes. DO NOT APPLY to lower lid. Hair may grow on skin that LATISSE® frequently touches. If you have eye problems/surgery, consult your doctor about use of LATISSE®. Common side effects are itchy and red eyes. If discontinued, lashes gradually return to previous appearance.You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit or call 1-800-FDA-1088.


How does LATISSE® work?
Eyelashes grow in a cycle, over several months.2-4 Although researchers don’t know exactly how LATISSE® solution works, it’s believed to increase the percentage of hairs in the active growth phase, as well as make the active growth phase longer.1
Full results take time
LATISSE® solution works gradually.1 While you may start seeing longer lashes after 4 weeks, you must use LATISSE® daily for 16 weeks for full results.5 Do not reduce or stop daily application of LATISSE® solution when you first notice results. After 16 weeks, talk to your doctor about ongoing use.

Walk Your Way to Health

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Just 30 minutes of walking per day can come with a plethora of benefits. Before we had the modern conveniences of cars, buses, or other forms of transportation, people walked everywhere, giving them an ample amount of physical activity. Unfortunately, the average American now only takes about 1,600 to 3,000 steps a day! The first goal we usually set for our patients is to move from 3,000 steps a day to 6,000. This is the break-even point. Taking 6,000 steps a day is just about 3 miles. At this point you are burning about the same number of calories you are taking in if you are eating an average diet. The next goal is to increase from 6,000 steps a day to 10,000. At 10,000 steps you are walking about 5 miles and are actually burning more calories than you are taking in. If you are intent on losing weight, this is the level you want to be at.

See the chart below for more benefits of taking a daily walk.

(Adapted from The Seven Numbers by Dr. Scott Conard)