Smoke Cessation Program for Prevention of Cancer


– Avoid body’s stressors: smoking, alcohol, coffee, addictives, chemicals, drugs, dairy products (galactose has been linked to increased risk of ovarian cancer), sugar and refined carbohydrates;
– Increase water intake;
– Increased fiber intake;
– Increase exercise;
– Avoid obesity;
– Ensure proper digestion and elimination;
– Avoid environmental stressors;
– Avoid excess alcohol and saturated fats.

Nutritional and holistic approach (dosage of supplements varies among individuals):

– Dietary advice: sulfur containing foods: garlic, onion, legumes, eggs;
– Fiber: pears, bran (not if a person has IBS / Irritable Bowel Syndrome), apple
– Cabbage family, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage;
– Artichoke, beets, carrots, dandelion, turmeric
– Supplements: Multivitamin/mineral formula (Vitamin Code is recommended)
– Antioxidants;
– Vitamin B complex, Calcium/Magnesium/Vit D;
– Vitamin C with bioflavonoids, 1-2 g/day & Vitamin E, 400 IU/day;
– Lipotropic agents (promote bile flow);
– Choline, methionine, Vitamin B6, folic acid and B12.

Liver Detoxification: Principles and Protocols

1. The first step in liver detoxification approach is to remove dietary, environmental, and lifestyle stressors (as much as possible; by stressors we mean smoking, alcohol, coffee, environmental toxins, etc.);
2. The second step is to improve the diet; avoid all liver dietary stressors, and increase intake of fruits, vegetables, legumes, fish and nuts; do not forget increased water intake; do use the foods that have been listed above;
3. Employ a very simple and effect method: lemon water cleanse. Use a glass of pure, room temperature water in which you squeeze a few drops of fresh lemon juice (lime juice is as good). Drink it first thing in the morning. Wait for 30 minutes before you eat or drink anything else. Do not take any vitamins or other pills with your lemon water, and do not squeeze the lemon in fruit juice. The reason behind this cleanse is that the liver accumulates toxins in bile overnight, and the lemon juice stimulates gall bladder contractions, allowing the bile to flow into the duodenum (start with a few drops of lemon juice only); patient/client may experience effects of detoxification.
4. Dandelion root tea greatly supports liver detoxification; dandelion leaf tea will support the kidneys detoxification. Milk thistle tea for regeneration of the liver tissue.
5. Other measures: lymphatic drainage; by rubbing the outside of the thighs (helps drainage from the large intestine); rubbing the inside of the thigh will stimulate the drainage of small intestine;
6. Epsom salts or sea salt and baking soda baths are helpful for detoxification.

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Low Level Laser Therapy In-Clinic Study

According to a study by Dr. Richard A. Burgmeier, M.D. from Pheonix, Arizona, An overall 39.74% increase in terminal, darkly colored hairs was achieved with Low Level Laser Therapy. Objective analysis of the data reveals the vertex as the area with the greatest increase and the least variance between male and female subjects. These data suggest that Low Level Laser Therapy device may provide the physician with the first primary therapy for Androgenetic (or Androgenic) Alopecia that is not pharmacological or surgical. 

Subject Frontal Counts

Baseline 12 wks Change %Change

Vertex Counts

Baseline 12 wks Change %Change

Temporal Counts

Baseline 12 wks Change %Change














36/cm2 60/cm2 24/cm2 66.66%


24/cm2 36/cm2 12/cm2 50.00%


80/cm2 84/cm2   4/cm2 05.00%


20/cm2 24/cm2   4/cm2 20.00%


60/cm2 72/cm2 12/cm2 20.00%


24/cm2 44/cm2 20/cm2 83.33%


28/cm2 44/cm2 16/cm2 57.14%


44/cm2 56/cm2 12/cm2 27.27%


16/cm2 20/cm2   4/cm2 25.00%


36/cm2 52/cm2 14/cm2 38.88%


28/cm2 48/cm2 20/cm2 71.42%


22/cm2 32/cm2 10/cm2 45.45%


72/cm2 80/cm2   8/cm2 11.11%


16/cm2 24/cm2   8/cm2 50.00%


48/cm2 60/cm2 12/cm2 25.00%













Avg. Frontal change 32.33%


Avg. Vertex change 46.32%


Avg. Temporal change 40.59%




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FDA Approved Laser Hair Removal Systems

Laser hair removal continues to grow in popularity as a means of getting rid of unwanted hair that many new laser manufacturers are eagerly trying to gain FDA approval.  Since the numbers of manufacturers are rapidly increasing, it is impossible for the FDA to maintain a current list of approved laser devices for permanent hair reduction.  When looking for a laser clinic for laser hair removal, the technology must be FDA approved for hair removal.  The Lightsheer and Coolglide are both FDA approved systems for hair removal.  Lasers FDA approved  for body hair removal are cleared for facial hair removal as well.

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FDA Approval – Promoting Hair Growth with Lasers

 Lasers have now been proven to promote hair growth in persons with androgenic alopecia who have Norwood Hamilton Classifications of IIa to V and Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to IV.

 In the study, subjects who had been frequently exposed to laser light had shown a significant increase in their hair density over a 26 week period then those who were not exposed to the laser. No one suffered any side effects. Subjects had also shown a greater number of re-grown hairs than the subject in the placebo group. Lasers have satisfied the FDA’s criteria for promoting hair growth.

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Dr Oz Preventing Female Hair loss

The preventions and solutions for female-pattern hair loss.

In this episode of the Dr. Oz Show he discusses the major reasons why women lose their hair, and how hair loss can be both prevented and treated. Dr Oz mentioned some practices that should be avoided and the solutions for hair loss in women.

Hair Loss Prevention
The 3 styles that damage your hair the most are:

1. tight pony tail
2. using curlers
3. braiding

All these styles pull on the hair from the root and exacerbate the reasons women experience hair loss. Dr. Oz said that if you have some thicker hairs and some thinner hairs, then this is usually a sign of genetic balding in women.  Male pattern baldness in women can often be related to testosterone or diet related. Normal hair loss is between 50 to 75 strands per day; if you are losing more than this amount, it is sign that there may be an underlying condition.

The 4 most common types of female hair loss:

(a) Female pattern hair loss – this is a permanent, and often genetic, form of hair loss

(b) Telogen effluvium – this type of hair loss is temporary and occurs suddenly, most often after a significant illness, emotional stress or pregnancy.

(c) Traction alopecia – bald patches that occur due to repeated use of the above listed hairstyles.

(d) Anagen effluvium – this is the name given for a very specific type of temporary hair loss caused by chemotherapeutic drugs.

Causes of Hair Loss
1. Poor nutrition – inadequate protein and iron can cause hair loss
2. Medications – certain drugs, like those used to treat gout, arthritis and heart problems can cause hair loss
3. Diseases – like diabetes and lupus
4. Hormonal changes – pregnancy, childbirth, the discontinuation of birth control pills and menopause can all trigger some hair loss

Hair Loss Treatments
1. Lasers – stimulate the follicles of hair and grow hair with Low Level Laser Therapy
2. Minoxidil (Rogaine) – studies suggest that this over-the-counter treatment may work better for men than for women
3. Hair powder – a cost-effective and safe way to disguise hair loss

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Advanced hair Solutions – client Survey

375 people surveyed in a Sunetics Laser Hair therapy Program showed that:
• 78% had the appearance of thicker hair
• 76% had an appearance of fuller hair
• 64% had an appearance of shinier hair
• 86% had an appearance of healthier hair
• 85% perceived hair looked better overall
• 84% were pleased with the program

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