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Progressive Medical Hour of Power is here to help start your wellness Revolution. On the Progressive Medical Hour of Power we cover traditional and natural health concepts to help you pursue a healthy lifestyle. This is Your Life, Live it Well!
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"Dr. Agolli has a tremendous educational background in non-invasive care. He attained a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree (NMD) from the United States School of Naturopathy and Allied Sciences in addition to receiving a Healthcare Management Certification from the University of Miami, a Masters degree in Herbology and a Bachelors degree in Healthcare administration. Dr. Agolli is also a Board Certified Naturopath by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification and Accreditation Board Inc. He personally opened the Progressive Medical Centers in Atlanta and will work with you in order to build a treatment plan that is suited to your specific needs. Specialties.
Dr. Gez Agolli has expertise in many areas including the following:
Natural Hormone Replacement
Tissue Mineral Analysis
Electro Medical Technology
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Host: Dr. Gez Agolli
12/16 : Turn Back Time! with Nutritional Tools
Do you feel frustrated about your health? Do you feel like you don’t get answers and no one listens to you when you visit your doctor? You are not alone. It turns out that many doctors are also frustrated by this style of medicine. Because of this, the paradigm is shifting. Doctors are looking for new answers to satisfy as person’s well-being and true health. The answer lies in not waiting for pathology to occur, but never getting a disease in the first place. This is referred to as anti-aging medicine. Many of you may think that anti-aging is about receiving surgeries or injections to stop wrinkling. Anti-aging medicine is actually working on your beauty from the inside out. By increasing certain nutrients, adopting lifestyle changes and working with particular foods you can delay aging, and delay conditions of aging such as heart disease, bone loss and cancers. The same things that keep your skin from wrinkling also delay changes in your bones and heart. Medicine is changing. No longer should you expect a model involved in disease management, but demand a model engaged in wellness management. Take charge of your health with simple nutritional tools that turn back time.
12/09 : Preventing That Christmas Belly That Shakes Like Bowl Full of Jelly
We can all picture Santa Clause with his rosy cheeks and his belly that shook when he laughed like a bowl full of jelly. However, those red cheeks could be inflammation that is occurring from the obesity and gluten sensitivity of one too many cookie. This year the FDA defined obesity as a disease, and they classified it as a chronic inflammatory condition. Our fat tissue is actually a metabolic organ that produces hormones. Weight puts a strain on our heart, our joints and shifts our biochemistry. However, a managed waist line is not about an “all or nothing” mentality, but is about balance. Even during the challenging weight management times when the custom is to engage in abundance, there are simple things we can do to minimize the impact. A few basic tricks will minimize the belly-of-jelly bulge and get your New Year’s off to a healthy start!
12/02 : Putting the I Into Health
Putting the I Into Health:
Part of the problem of medicine today is that we sit around and wait for that dreaded day of a diagnosis. Instead of sitting around and waiting, there are basic processes that can be evaluated to prevent day one of that diagnosis from even occurring. Long before we are sick there are warning signs on the road to disease. There are four “I”s of health that are critical to manage. These are:
· Immune Function
By charting the course of these critical areas, the cause of most conditions can be prevented and eliminated. The four Is are what fan the fire of pathology. Management of the “I”s give us clear tools to put the pathology out. Many diseases such as heart disease and even cancer are perpetuated by sugar, chronic infections and the pain and inflammation that they create. Simple steps can help to balance the immune function in a way that augments wellness and moves us out of disease and into true health care.
11/18 : Hormone Thearapy
Hormones are the oil in our engine. With age, they naturally decline. This doesn't mean we have to dwindle in energy and be destined to feel like a dried up leaf waiting to hopeless fall from a tree. With all the confusion around hormones, one might have thought that they were unsafe and not a treatment to consider. However, it all depends on the type of therapy and how it is given. There are so many ways to use hormones and just as many ways to make sure it is done safely. There are answers that fit every person. There are many studies that point to benefits of hormones for mood, bone density and cardiovascular health. Hormone health is something that can be individualized to every person to meet their needs and optimize their health.
11/11 : Better Your Brain Age
Better Your Brain Age
Ever heard the term, “having a senior moment?” Have you decided not being as sharp as you were is natural, and this is something that happens to everyone? This is not the case. Recent neurologic science shows that the brain retains the ability to grow and develop, regardless of age. This flies in the face of what many of us think and even what science used to tell us. A loss of memory is not a necessary consequence of aging. Many dietary factors affect our brain and how sharp we feel. Caffeine, sugar and fats all play a role, and some of them are actually positive. A healthy brain means a healthy you. It is the conductor of the body, but also the conductor of our thoughts and inspiration. Learn how to exercise your mind for a younger, healthier you.