Thinning hair affects millions of Americans, both men and women. Rogaine, Propecia, hair transplants, PRP, laser treatments – there are so many options to treat thinning hair, but how do you pick which one to do?
On this episode of the Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, I’m joined by the nation’s top expert in treating thinning hair. He’s made it his life mission to help millions of people to get the luscious locks they’ve always wanted. We discuss a wide variety of topics, ranging from the effects of stress reduction and nutritional supplements on thinning hair, how to get the best results from PRP treatments, when hair transplant is your best option, where stem cells fit into all of this, and a whole lot more.
If you or someone you love is dealing with unwanted thinning hair and you’re looking for real solutions without the BS, then this episode is for you.
Please join me and Dr. Alan Bauman as we discuss State-of-the-Art Treatments for Thinning Hair.
There are many plastic surgeries that I just don’t recommend.
Some of these are dangerous, some don’t work, and some are just plain obsolete. On this episode of The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, I countdown with you the five worst plastic surgeries being performed today. These operations are being done at this moment all across the country, even by reputable doctors, but often with disastrous results.
So, which surgeries made my list of the five worst? Download and listen to find out!
Please join me as I reveal my list of the Five Worst Plastic Surgeries.
Each plastic surgery has its pros and cons. However, some plastic surgeries have many more pros and less cons than others.
In this episode of The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, I countdown with you what I consider to be the five best plastic surgeries being performed today. For some of these, their dramatic results catapult them onto this list. For others, it’s a combination of great results with less risks and drawbacks. All of them are procedures that I perform regularly and give my highest stamp of approval.
But what surgeries are on this list? Listen and find out!
Please join me as I countdown the Five Best Plastic Surgeries being performed today.
One of the underlying root causes of our chronic health issues is food sensitivities. We each react to different foods in our own unique ways. And some of these foods we’re eating could be making us sick.
Rashes, brain fog, ADHD, IBS, bloating, migraines, and more could be caused by previously undiagnosed food sensitivities. But how can you find out which foods are causing you problems?
On this episode, I’m joined by Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Health Coach and Trainer Reed Davis. He’s established a protocol which can help figure out your underlying food sensitivities and help you eliminate them to improve your health. We’ll discuss this protocol, reveal the differences between food allergies and food sensitivities, address why traditional medicine overlooks the effects of food sensitivities on our health, and much more.
Please join me and Reed Davis as we discuss Are Food Sensitivities Ruining Your Health? And What to Do About It.
With so much attention being paid to our physical health during this pandemic, are we neglecting our mental health? Specifically, the mental health of our children?
Kids today are facing an unprecedented amount of isolation, where for some the only interaction they have with people outside their families is through a video screen. So how do we know if they are doing OK mentally?
On this episode of the Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, I’m joined by one of the country’s leading experts in children’s mental health. We reveal some of the hidden signs of anxiety and stress that our children may exhibit, discuss practical solutions and tools to improve their mental health, and answer the question of when should you seek a therapist.
This is an episode that can benefit all parents in today’s difficult and stressful environment.
Please join me and Dr. Roseann Capana Hodge as we reveal How to Successfully Navigate Our Children’s Mental Health Through a Pandemic