My mission is to create an army of #HealthHeroes that are empowered to take charge of their own wellness to better the planet

My mission is to create an army of #HealthHeroes that are empowered to take charge of their own wellness to better the planet

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Meet Partha Nandi, MD



Throughout my medical career, I have experienced a great deal of frustration. Many of my patients were still suffering even though I was providing the most modern and advanced treatment options. 

Now, after years of research, I have finally created a ‘blueprint’ for my patients to help them optimize their lives and experience what it is like to be truly healthy. I outline the building blocks of this ‘blueprint’ in my best-selling book as well as a masterclass designed to help YOU master these principles.

I look forward to helping you on your health and wellness journey just as I have with thousands of patients around the world.

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🌟 Age is just a number, but how we feel is a testament to our lifestyle choices. Growing older doesn't mean diminishing vitality or surrendering to ill health. Let's dive into the empowering truth about aging.

🔬A 2017 study from the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society showed that regular physical activity, even light exercises, can prolong life and improve its quality in the elderly.

Additionally, studies suggest that maintaining a Mediterranean diet, which is rich in fruits, veggies, and healthy fats, can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases and cognitive decline.

🌱 The Benefits of Aging:

💙Wisdom and Experience: With age comes wisdom. The experiences we gather over the years can be a guiding light for younger generations.

💙Strengthened Resilience: The trials we face and overcome reinforce our emotional resilience, making us stronger mentally.

💙Richer Relationships: As we age, our ability to understand and empathize grows, often leading to deeper, more meaningful relationships with friends and family.

Age is an inevitable part of life. But how we age is largely in our hands. By understanding the inherent benefits and complementing them with healthy choices, our later years can be filled with vitality, joy, and purpose.

Keep shining, no matter your age! ✨🌈

#AgingGracefully #HolisticHealth #HealthyLiving #HealthyLifestyle #HealthTips
🌟 Age is just a number, but how we feel is a testament to our lifestyle choices. Growing older doesn't mean diminishing vitality or surrendering to ill health. Let's dive into the empowering truth about aging. 🔬A 2017 study from the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society showed that regular physical activity, even light exercises, can prolong life and improve its quality in the elderly. Additionally, studies suggest that maintaining a Mediterranean diet, which is rich in fruits, veggies, and healthy fats, can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases and cognitive decline. 🌱 The Benefits of Aging: 💙Wisdom and Experience: With age comes wisdom. The experiences we gather over the years can be a guiding light for younger generations. 💙Strengthened Resilience: The trials we face and overcome reinforce our emotional resilience, making us stronger mentally. 💙Richer Relationships: As we age, our ability to understand and empathize grows, often leading to deeper, more meaningful relationships with friends and family. Age is an inevitable part of life. But how we age is largely in our hands. By understanding the inherent benefits and complementing them with healthy choices, our later years can be filled with vitality, joy, and purpose. Keep shining, no matter your age! ✨🌈 #AgingGracefully #HolisticHealth #HealthyLiving #HealthyLifestyle #HealthTips
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Collagen, a crucial protein for skin, joints, and bones, has recently emerged as a potential supporter of immune health. In this context, scientific studies have shed light on the benefits of collagen for immune function, emphasizing its positive effects. Here are three scientifically-backed facts that highlight the role of collagen in boosting the immune system.

Collagen reduces inflammation, enhancing immune response: A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry demonstrated the anti-inflammatory properties of collagen peptides in rats with arthritis. These findings suggest that collagen may have similar benefits for individuals with inflammatory conditions, such as allergies or autoimmune disorders.

Collagen strengthens the gut lining and promotes healthy digestion: A healthy gut microbiome is essential for a robust immune system, and collagen can play a role in supporting it. The Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology published a study showing that collagen supplementation improved gut permeability and alleviated symptoms in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.

Collagen boosts white blood cell production, crucial for fighting infections: Research published in the Journal of Medicinal Food found that collagen supplementation increased white blood cell production in mice with weakened immune systems. This indicates that collagen might have similar benefits for individuals with compromised immune systems.

My Personal Rx: 

Incorporate collagen-rich foods into your diet: Consuming foods such as bone broth, salmon, and leafy greens provides the necessary amino acids to support collagen production in the body.
Take my Youth Collagen powder daily. >> Link in BIO
Manage stress levels: Chronic stress can contribute to collagen breakdown. Engage in stress-reducing activities like yoga, meditation, or deep breathing exercises to support collagen production and overall immune health. Download my free Calm the Chaos Meditation Guide. >> Link in BIO
Collagen, a crucial protein for skin, joints, and bones, has recently emerged as a potential supporter of immune health. In this context, scientific studies have shed light on the benefits of collagen for immune function, emphasizing its positive effects. Here are three scientifically-backed facts that highlight the role of collagen in boosting the immune system. Collagen reduces inflammation, enhancing immune response: A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry demonstrated the anti-inflammatory properties of collagen peptides in rats with arthritis. These findings suggest that collagen may have similar benefits for individuals with inflammatory conditions, such as allergies or autoimmune disorders. Collagen strengthens the gut lining and promotes healthy digestion: A healthy gut microbiome is essential for a robust immune system, and collagen can play a role in supporting it. The Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology published a study showing that collagen supplementation improved gut permeability and alleviated symptoms in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. Collagen boosts white blood cell production, crucial for fighting infections: Research published in the Journal of Medicinal Food found that collagen supplementation increased white blood cell production in mice with weakened immune systems. This indicates that collagen might have similar benefits for individuals with compromised immune systems. My Personal Rx: Incorporate collagen-rich foods into your diet: Consuming foods such as bone broth, salmon, and leafy greens provides the necessary amino acids to support collagen production in the body. Take my Youth Collagen powder daily. >> Link in BIO Manage stress levels: Chronic stress can contribute to collagen breakdown. Engage in stress-reducing activities like yoga, meditation, or deep breathing exercises to support collagen production and overall immune health. Download my free Calm the Chaos Meditation Guide. >> Link in BIO
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Health Alert, new research suggests that using marijuana may significantly increase the chance of experiencing heart attacks and strokes. This risk remained high even for people without previous heart conditions or who had never smoked or vaped tobacco products.  Here with more details is our Chief Health Editor, Dr. Partha Nandi.  Dr. Nandi, people can smoke, vape or eat cannabis products, did the method matter, and how much did the risk increase?
 
It did not matter whether individuals smoked, ate, or vaped cannabis.  But interestingly, 74% of the participants in the study preferred smoking. Of those, 4% were daily users, and 7% used marijuana less than daily.
 
Now, this study was published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.  Researchers analyzed survey data from more than 430,000 adults over four years.  And what they found, was the risk of heart attack and stroke was much higher for cannabis users compared to non-users.  Breaking it down, daily marijuana use was linked to a 42% higher stroke risk and a 25% higher risk of a heart attack.  The study also found the more frequently people used marijuana, the higher the risk climbed. 
 
And here’s something younger people need to be aware of.  The risks of stroke and heart attack aren’t just limited to older adults.  This study included people between the ages of 18 and 74.  And men under the age of 55 and women under the age of 65, cannabis use was linked with a 36% higher risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.  More info in the comments #marijuana @american_heart #healthalert
Health Alert, new research suggests that using marijuana may significantly increase the chance of experiencing heart attacks and strokes. This risk remained high even for people without previous heart conditions or who had never smoked or vaped tobacco products. Here with more details is our Chief Health Editor, Dr. Partha Nandi. Dr. Nandi, people can smoke, vape or eat cannabis products, did the method matter, and how much did the risk increase? It did not matter whether individuals smoked, ate, or vaped cannabis. But interestingly, 74% of the participants in the study preferred smoking. Of those, 4% were daily users, and 7% used marijuana less than daily. Now, this study was published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Researchers analyzed survey data from more than 430,000 adults over four years. And what they found, was the risk of heart attack and stroke was much higher for cannabis users compared to non-users. Breaking it down, daily marijuana use was linked to a 42% higher stroke risk and a 25% higher risk of a heart attack. The study also found the more frequently people used marijuana, the higher the risk climbed. And here’s something younger people need to be aware of. The risks of stroke and heart attack aren’t just limited to older adults. This study included people between the ages of 18 and 74. And men under the age of 55 and women under the age of 65, cannabis use was linked with a 36% higher risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. More info in the comments #marijuana @american_heart #healthalert
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