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The Health Benefits of Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted October 31, 2011 in Uncategorized

Rather than try to convince you to give up all of your favorite dishes this Thanksgiving, (honestly, who would listen?) I’m here to tell you that your Thanksgiving dinner can actually be good for you. Most of the reason people tend to gain weight around the holidays has more to do with eating outrageous portion … Read More

Rest Easy The Effect of Sleep on Health

Posted October 28, 2011 in Lifestyle, Lifestyle Management

You don’t smoke or drink, you eat healthy, and exercise regularly, so you can get away with only 4 or 5 hours of sleep a night, right? WRONG! For people to function optimally, they require 6-8 hours of sleep a night, no exceptions. Although why we sleep and the full role it plays is still … Read More

Dont Stress Over Stress

Posted October 21, 2011 in Uncategorized

Stress, in and of itself, isn’t necessarily a bad thing. For our earliest ancestors, stress could have meant the difference between life and death in the face of a hungry saber-toothed tiger. Stress activates our body’s sympathetic nervous system, inducing the so called “fight-or-flight” response, causing our adrenal glands to release a flood of hormones, … Read More

The A,B,Cs (and Es and Ks) of Vitamins for Skincare

Posted October 14, 2011 in Fitness & Nutrition, Injectables & Fillers and Botox

Rejuvalife operates on the principle that radiant inner health is essential for outer beauty. Lifestyle, diet, nutrition, fitness, mental health, and stress management are crucial elements contributing to overall external looks. Even if someone has perfect bone structure and attractive facial features, if they have low energy, poor diet, are stressed out and sleep deprived, … Read More

Breast Cancer Prevention through Diet

Posted October 09, 2011 in Fitness & Nutrition

In honor of October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I want to encourage women to take an active role in living a prevention-oriented lifestyle through diet to reduce their cancer risk. In 2007, the most recent statistics available, over 200,000 women in the United States were diagnosed with breast cancer, and over 40,000 died from … Read More

Your coffee habit might be saving your life

Posted October 07, 2011 in Uncategorized

“Can I please get a venti decaf, sugar-free hazelnut, non-fat, no foam, no whip, extra hot caramel macchiato with five pumps of sugar-free hazelnut syrup?” There’s no denying it. Coffee has become part of the American Culture and the American Diet. Whether you’re a fan of our coffee culture or not, coffee is here to … Read More

Listen to Dr. Berger on Blog Talk Radio

Posted October 03, 2011 in radiesse

Dr. Berger discusses the use and benefits of fat-derived stem cells in fat transfer procedures, and the future implications of stem cells for cosmetic and anti-aging medicine.