Stephen Holt, MD, PhD, FACP

Stephen Holt, MD, PhD, FACP

Stephen Holt, M.D. is a Distinguished Professor of Medicine NYCPM (Emerite) and a medical practitioner in New York State. He has published many peer-review papers in medicine and he is a best-selling author with more than twenty books in national and international distribution. He has received many awards for teaching and research. Dr. Holt is a frequent lecturer at scientific meetings and healthcare facilities throughout the world. He is a best selling author and the founder of the Holt Institute of Medicine.

Here are my most recent posts:

9 Anti-Aging Secrets

9 Anti-Aging Secrets

February 11th, 2019

The future to anti-aging could be this protein. But, in the meantime, you can also try these 9 tips to turn back the clock, naturally.

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Dark Chocolate Improves Your Eyesight + 6 More Benefits

Dark Chocolate Improves Your Eyesight + 6 More Benefits

January 29th, 2019

Many of you may already know that dark chocolate can help your heart, but we bet most of you don’t know it can also improve your vision. Don’t believe us? You might just have to taste it and “see” the results!

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New Bean Found at Whole Foods Has 8 Major Health Benefits

A Little Known Bean Found at Whole Foods Has 8 Major Health Benefits

January 22nd, 2019

Whether you know it as the “Mighty Mung,” “Mellow Mung,” “Green Gram,” “Maash,” or not at all – the mung bean is a versatile legume packing a healthy punch. It is so multi-faceted, it can even help relieve acne, exfoliate skin, and wash hair.

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Can Eating Okra Prevent a Heart Attack?

Does Eating Okra Have the Power to Stop a Heart Attack?

January 14th, 2019

What exactly is okra and how can it help your heart? We’ll break down the science and offer some sweet suggestions on how to easily prepare okra and successfully incorporate it into your diet.

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Clear Your Sinuses with Singing + 8 More Natural Remedies

Clear Your Sinuses with Singing + 8 More Natural Remedies

January 7th, 2019

Can belting out your favorite Lady Gaga or Maroon 5 song be the key to clearing your sinuses? Find out how this is possible – including 8 more natural ways to unblock your sinuses.

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FDA Makes Startling Announcement About Antibiotics

FDA Makes Startling Announcement About Antibiotics

January 2nd, 2019

The FDA scarily announced in December that certain antibiotics can cause an aortic aneurysm. Discover more about this disturbing news, as well as ways you can keep yourself healthy during cold and flu season – and avoid the need for antibiotics altogether.

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New Study Says Red Wine Really Is Good for You

New Study Says Red Wine Really Is Good for You

December 21st, 2018

Is it true that a glass of red wine a day has notable health benefits? Check out this new study that seems to think so.

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Vitamins for Brain Support & The 7 Best Ways To Keep Your Brain Sharp

Vitamins for Brain Support & The 7 Best Ways To Keep Your Brain Sharp

December 11th, 2018

Let’s face it – our brain does pretty much everything for us. Thus, it stands to reason that supporting the most important organ with the proper vitamins (as well as these 7 healthy eating habits and behaviors) is necessary for maintaining healthy cognition.

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Fall Fast Asleep With Melatonin + 18 More Tips

Fall Fast Asleep With Melatonin + 18 More Tips

November 28th, 2018

We’ve all been there. It’s Sunday night, you have a big week ahead of you, but try as you might, you simply can’t fall asleep. You want to be fast asleep, but instead your mind is moving rapidly as you toss and turn. The time you could spend relaxing and resetting your brain and body for the next day is instead spent worrying about how you’re going to be tired the next day due to not sleeping. This isn’t good.

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Does Everyone Have A Philtrum and Why Do We Have It?

November 5th, 2018

What is the purpose of a philtrum and why is it called a Cupid’s Bow? Find out more about the grooved space between your nose and your upper lip.

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