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Oprah’s ‘Turning Back Time’ Show with Dr. Oz Including More Health Books Seen on Oprah

UPDATE: Many people are searching information about the H Test … here is an update …

Plenty of helpful information from Dr. Oz on today’s episode of Oprah are summarized below. Also health-related books recently mentioned on Oprah (since August 2007) including the excellent book on wellness You Staying Young by Dr. Oz (BUY the book on Amazon) during the episode “Dr. Oz on Aging: How to Turn Back Time” aired November 1, 2007.



Health-related books available on Amazon.com and recently seen on Oprah,
including Dr. Oz episode on Aging …

In this episode Dr. Oz defines telomeres, which keep chromosomes from fraying. A properly functioning telomere will keep chromosomes healthy. Healthy chromosome keep the body in a good state of repair. All organs can be replenished with new cells if we have functioning telomeres. “Aging is not about avoiding breakage—that’s not what it’s about. Aging is about repairing what’s broken,” Oz says. “When you lose the ability to repair, you become frail.”

But if you are worn down by stress, your telomeres will break down. “And then guess what? You can’t reproduce your cells anymore,” Dr. Oz says. “And when you can’t reproduce cells, you’re old and you’re frail.”

Dr. Oz says telomeres contain new information about aging that is vitally important. While doctors used to think that only certain organs could rebuild themselves, they now know that all our organs can be replenished with new cells if we have functioning telomeres. There is much to be learned about telomeres and what damages them (reactive oxidative chemicals) and how to prevent that damage (antioxidants). Telomeres are also related somehow to tumor suppression. Senescence and cancerous tumor control are possibly somehow in a balancing act that is related to telomere status.

Number 1 Ager? STRESS. Dr. Oz explains how the pituitary gland and hypothalamus are the mind/body connection at the brain. How there is a communication with the adrenal glands on the kidneys that secrete epinephrine to activate the body for fight or flight. But the body has a countermeasure to most processes — and the countermeasure to the adrenal drive is the vagus nerve. Vagus is Latin for the wandering nerve. The signals going away from the brain along the vagus nerve involve relaxing processes. But recently researchers have found that the vagus nerve sends a lot of stress messages back to the brain

Meditate. Lick your lips inhale for the cool feeling on the lips. Bite gently on a cork. You can relax your head on your jaw. The masseter muscles helps the jaw with biting action. The soft tension of biting on the cork helps relaxation

Anti-stress mineral in nutrition? Magnesium. One of Magnesium’s anti-stress properties is relaxation of muscle.

Dr. Oz also explained the Biophysical250 bloodmarker test.

The Biophysical250 surveys the biomarkers in your blood that could indicate many conditions and diseases including:

Cardiovascular disease (such as risk for heart attack and stroke)
Cancer (including breast, colon, liver, ovarian, prostate and pancreatic)
Metabolic disorders (such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome)
Autoimmune disease (including rheumatoid arthritis and lupus)
Viral and bacterial diseases (such as mononucleosis and pneumonia)
Hormonal imbalance (including menopause, testosterone deficiency, thyroid deficiency)
Nutritional status (such as vitamin deficiencies, protein deficiencies)

See more information about the Biophysical250 at Biophysicalcorp.com …

If you can’t get around to the Biophysical250, Dr. Oz recommends at least the following top 5 important markers:

Blood Sugar
Cholesterol
Thyroid Hormone
Vitamin D
Red Blood Cell Count

H test. Brain alertness is part of an electrical grid (Alzheimer’s or trauma messes up the grid) In 40 seconds people should be able to cross out all of the ‘H’s’ on a grid designed of letters with “H’s” intermingled in the group. Every missed ‘H’ adds 3 seconds to your score.

And finally, sex. Sex is a symphony of hormones that is helped by regular exercise and sleep.

See also Oprah.com …

About Dr. Oz
Mehmet Oz (physician, cardiothoracic surgeon, author) was born June 11, 1960 in Cleveland, Ohio, was educated at Tower Hill School in Wilmington, Delaware, received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1982 and obtained a joint MD and MBA degree in 1986 from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and The Wharton School.

Dr. Oz is Professor of Cardiac Surgery at Columbia University. He directs the Heart Assist Device Program and is a founder of the Complementary Medicine Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. His research interests include heart replacement surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, and healthcare policy. He has authored more than 350 original publications, book chapters, abstracts, and books and has received several patents. He is the author of the award-winning book, Healing from the Heart and his third book, written with Dr. Michael Roizen, is YOU: The Owner’s Manual: An Insider’s Guide to the Body That Will Make You Healthier and Younger was released in May 2005 and was listed on The New York Times Bestseller List. YOU: On A Diet is also written with Dr. Roizen. Dr. Oz serves on the Trustees Advisory Council of the OneVoice Movement, a non-profit organization that strives to empower moderate Israelis and Palestinians to take a more assertive role in resolving the conflict. He is married to author and Reiki master Lisa Oz and they have four children.

Dr. Oz frequently appears as an outgoing, informative guest medical expert on Oprah and has several television shows on DiscoveryHealth.

Oprah’s Health Book List …

YOU: Staying Young
By Dr. Michael Ro
izen and Dr. Mehmet Oz
From the show “Dr. Oz on Aging: How to Turn Back Time”

Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips
By Kris Carr
From the show “Dr. Oz: A Special Report on Death”

You: On a Diet
By Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Mehmet Oz
From the show “Dr. Oz: A Special Report on Death”

The Wisdom of Menopause (excerpt)
By Christiane Northrup, M.D.
From the show “The Big Wake-Up Call For Women With Dr. Christiane Northrup”

Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom (excerpt)
By Christiane Northrup, M.D.
From the show “The Big Wake-Up Call For Women With Dr. Christiane Northrup”

Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food
By Jessica Seinfeld
From the show “Jessica Seinfeld’s Delicious Secret with Dr. Oz”

YOU: The Owner’s Manual
By Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz
From the shows Dr. Oz’s “90-Day Live Longer, Feel Younger Plan” and “The Number One Killer of Women Revealed”

The InVision Guide to a Healthy Heart
By Alexander Tsiaras
From the show “The Number One Killer of Women Revealed”

YOU: On a Diet
By Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Mehmet Oz
From the show “The Truth About Food with Dr. Oz and Bob Greene”

The Best Life Diet
By Bob Greene
From the show “The Truth About Food with Dr. Oz and Bob Greene”

The Secret Life of Germs
By Dr. Philip Tierno
From the show “How Often Do You…?”

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