Lori Shemek, PhD

Lori Shemek, PhD


Health Expert || 2X Bestselling Author "How To Fight FATflammation!" || Podcast Host || Speaker || Fox News || CBS The Doctors TV || Huff Post Top Health Expert

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Did You Know? Fat cells attract immune system cells that promote #inflammation  in the body. So, if you are carrying any excess fat, your body begins to produce an immune response leading to inflammation. #weightgain  #immuneresponse  #health 

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Top Benefits of Adding Collagen to the Diet via Supplement or Food: -Muscle Growth -Slows Skin Aging - helps reduce wrinkles/sagging skin -Helps Relieve Joint Pain -May Prevent Bone Loss -May Improve Gut Health#collagen  #health  #guthealth  #skinhealth 

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The foods in the image, can promote collagen or contain such as bone broth or citrus.

Yes, fat stores toxins - important point to make thank you!

Thank you very much and the feeling is mutual!

Please join me in this important online symposium on Thursday June 2, at 8:30 am and it's free! I'm honored to be a part! 🥦 Eating to Protect our Health and our Planet via top experts! #HealthyEating  #Sustainability  #Yogurt2020 

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Mushrooms can help to prevent cognitive decline and dementia. Research has shown eating mushrooms - just 1 or 2 five-ounce servings a week, had a 43% lower risk of developing cognitive impairment. Mushrooms are high in #antioxidants  helping to protect neurons from damage.

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Garlic has powerful #immune  supporting capabilities that have been shown to boost the disease-fighting response of white blood cells in the body when they encounter viruses, such as the viruses that cause the common cold or flu. Add#garlic  to your daily diet. #immunity 

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Ginger is delicious and has many health benefits: 1. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory 2. Reduces risk of diabetes 3. May help prevent heart disease 4. Helps to protect against cancer 5. Eases digestive distress #inflammation  #diabetes  #heartdisease  #cancer  #guthealth  #health 

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Walking may be one of the simplest exercises around, but it can lead to significant health gains & what impacts heart health, impacts brain health. Research shows it is walking's foot 'impact' that increases blood flow to the brain. Time to lace-up! #SundayMotivation  #Health 

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Move your body every day. Exercise is probably the most powerful thing you can do to increase better memory, cognition and more. It increases blood flow to your brain & that creates Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor, or BDNF = A Healthy Brain. #brainhealth  #exercise  #memory 

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It has been found time & time again that foods high in cholesterol, such as eggs, will not raise your cholesterol. The US government even lifted its recommendation on limiting dietary cholesterol due to the overwhelming evidence showing eggs did not increase cholesterol. #health 

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7 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Eat for Health and Longevity: 1. Veggies - ALL 2. Berries 3. Fish 4. Nuts 5. Turmeric Spice 6. Ginger 7. Water :) #inflammation  #healthychoices  #immunesupport  #health  #wednesdaywellness 

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The Top 10 Immune Boosting Foods (that also optimize health): -Garlic -Ginger -Turmeric (Curcumin) - Cod Liver OIl (Contains Vitamin D) -Whole Eggs -Fish and Shell Fish (high in zinc) -Steak (high in zinc) -Bell Peppers -Broccoli -Pumpkin Seeds (88% zinc) #wholefoods  #immunity 

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Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength. ~Marcus AureliusImage by @Havenlust  #empowerment  #happiness  #quote 

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Depressed? Exercise. #Exercise  actually causes the same structural changes to the brain as antidepressants—neuroplasticity, or creating new neural pathways & growth in the hippocampus, a part of the brain that’s generally shrunken in people with #depression . #healthychoices 

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