Phillip Minton M.D.

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Make A Delicious New Year’s Resolution

In anti-aging, cardiovascular, dementia, diabetes, diet, health food, immune system, low carb diet, prevention diet on December 31, 2011 at 11:15 am

At this time of year we often determine to do better in life. We determine that this new year will be a better year. We will end it looking better, feeling better and having improved our life over the course of the year. These aspirations are laudable, but are they realistic? Are they achievable?

Let me tell you about one resolution that you will love to keep, and that will truly be likely to improve your quality of life and well-being. Keep reading


An Inspiring 2011 Year’s End Bit of Wisdom

In chocolate, immune system on December 30, 2011 at 11:58 am

An inspirational quote from a well-known source of information on natural remedies and healthful living – the Medicine Hunter:

“Pure, organic, non-alkalized cocoa appears to be the healthiest thing you can put into your body after water. And semi-sweet, dark organic chocolate is right up there, too.”

What a remarkable statement. Keep reading

Choc-full of Antioxidants!

In chocolate, immune system, prevention diet on December 5, 2011 at 11:26 pm

There is only one food that we all love, that tastes good and is choc-full of antioxidants. Chocolate. Yes, chocolate is the big power hitter in the ball game of dietary antioxidants versus the oxidative free radicals. Try to find another food so universally loved, and filled with such antioxidant power. Chocolate has no real rival. It is in a league all its own. Keep reading

New Immune Therapy Cancer Treatment Drug Approved

In immune system, prostate cancer on June 15, 2011 at 9:06 am

For nearly a decade now I have written intermittently on the progress of the Dendreon Corporation, as it labors to develop cancer treatment drugs that use the immune system to kill living cancer cells. The FDA recently approved their flagship drug, Provenge, as an approved treatment for prostate cancer. Keep reading…