Posts Tagged ‘ Michigan ’

My Holistic Beauty Blacklist – Cosmetic Treatments You Should Avoid

Sometimes I’m shocked by what other plastic and cosmetic surgeons are doing. Although these treatments may be FDA-approved, not all of them live up to my standards of holistic safety and efficacy. So with that in mind, I’ve created a list of cosmetic treatments that other doctors are performing, but I strongly discourage. I call […]

  • Posted on: Aug 29 2018
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Simple Changes I’ve Made To Uplevel My Health and Appearance

Sometimes it’s the small things we do that create big results. Over the past year or so I’ve done the following things to improve my health and appearance. If I can do it, so can you! Diet: – I all but stopped drinking soda pop. Filled with chemicals, calories, and GMO high fructose corn syrup, these […]

  • Posted on: Aug 8 2018
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One Change To Your Diet That Can Change Your Life

Have you considered going gluten-free? If not, I encourage you to consider trying it. Going gluten-free is a recent health trend, but it’s also a must for people with sensitivities or an intolerance to the protein. It can cause anything from fatigue and skin rashes to gastrointestinal problems like malnutrition and malabsorption. I believe a […]

  • Posted on: Aug 2 2018
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A Holistic Beauty. Does This Describe You?

Several years ago I had an epiphany. Too many plastic surgeons are misguiding their patients, encouraging them to go under the knife without truly exhausting the other options. There is SO MUCH that we can do, short of having surgery, to turn back the clock. So much that is natural and holistic. I recently took […]

  • Posted on: Jul 25 2018
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An Urgent Warning I Received This Week

In the past week, a task force which includes the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery issued an urgent warning to doctors regarding the number of deaths that have occurred in patients undergoing fat grafting to the buttocks, otherwise known as the Brazilian Butt Lift, or BBL. As […]

  • Posted on: Jul 19 2018
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This is the Ultimate in Skin Care

If you’re like most of my community, you walk into the beauty section at your local department store and are overwhelmed by the vast selection of products. They claim to lift this, tighten that, and even be “better than Botox.” It’s confusing, and the lack of FDA regulation makes it even more difficult to wade […]

  • Posted on: Jul 11 2018
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Tips to Holistically Detox Your Home

We tend to think of our homes as healthy refuges from potential hazards outside. But did you know that our homes also harbor potentially toxic elements that can affect our health? Here are some tips to make your homes holistically healthier: 1. Don’t sleep on your phone – Our mobile phones are constantly sending and receiving electromagnetic […]

  • Posted on: Jun 19 2018
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Natural Solutions for Sunburn and Thinning Hair in Women

It happens – we’re so busy we forget to wear sunscreen or re-apply it throughout the day, and our skin becomes sunburned. It’s painful, itchy, dry, and we want relief from it all as fast as possible. Instead of reaching for medication or cream full of chemicals that might cause more damage to the skin, […]

  • Posted on: Jun 5 2018
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5 Things Never To Use On Your Face… And A New Way To Tighten Skin!

When it comes to skin care, we all have our favorite products and at-home remedies passed down by family members. However, some of the products you’re using on the skin of your face may be causing more harm than good! Here are five commonly used products that should never be used on your face, and […]

  • Posted on: May 23 2018
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Organic or Conventional – Why the Choice Matters

How important is it to buy and eat organic food? If given the choice (and if it’s affordable), then I always recommend eating organic. Here’s why: 1. Conventionally grown produce (much of which is genetically modified, or GMO) can be subjected to the chemical herbicide glyphosate (Roundup). In fact, GMO foods are specifically designed to tolerate […]

  • Posted on: May 16 2018
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