About Mitchell Gaynor, MD

Mitchell Gaynor, M.D., is Founder and President of Gaynor Integrative Oncology and Gaynor Wellness in New York City. A renowned pioneer in the field of integrative oncology for 30 years, Dr. Gaynor is author, physician, speaker and composer of original sound healing meditations. His latest book, “The Gene Therapy Plan – Taking Control of your Genetic Destiny Through Diet and Lifestyle” (due in April, 2015, from Viking Press with a Forward by Dr. Mehmet Oz) provides a revolutionary approach to reverse gene damage associated with aging, cancer, obesity, and diabetes and to prevent future gene deterioration with specific programs that are appropriate for anyone who wants to maximize longevity for themselves, their children and future generations.

8 Gene Changing Ways to Lose 9 pounds in 10 Days

Consume HDAC Inhibiting Foods Scientists have identified a specific epigenetic tag called HDAC9 (histone deactylase 9), and it’s up- or down-regulation will determine if precursor fat cells differentiate into functional fat cells that will store excess amounts of fat in cells or not.  The up-regulation of HDAC9 has shown that it leads to fatty tissue dysfunction [...]

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Fatigue Fighters

There are many ways you can improve your energy levels and get rid of that feeling of tiredness once and for all. Yoga or meditation will help you to relax so you’re able to sleep well, keep a reasonable work and social schedule, eliminating stressors in your life, and avoiding drugs and alcohol. And another [...]

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Saffron: Exotic Spice, Natural Healer

Most of us know it for its unique fragrance, exotic color, and its use as a spice in dishes, especially from India and the Middle East. And for those of us who shop for it, we know it by its high price. Saffron is that rare plant known for centuries as an ayurvedic remedy used [...]

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The Three E’s of Juicing

Easy, Efficient, Effective Here’s an overview of a trend that’s actually good for you and easy to pull off. When juicing, choosing the right equipment for you is paramount. You want something easy to use, easy to clean, and efficient at extracting all of the best ingredients of the fruits and vegetables that you use. [...]

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Boswellia: Ancient Herbal Remedy Fights Disease

Boswellia has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine, a herbal remedy that contains anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, and analgesic effects. It is the gum resin of Indian frankincense and is known as Gaja-baksha in Sanskrit and Sallaki Guggul in Ayurveda. Today, Boswellia serrata’s impact on everything from arthritis, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, to cancer [...]

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Sugar—A Growing Health Problem

Do you know what a normal blood sugar reading is? Better yet, do you know what your blood sugar reading is? If you do, that’s great. However, you should know that the established criterion for normal fasting glucose (up to 100 mg/dL) has been outdated for quite some time. Fasting glucose should be less than [...]

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A Holy Help to Cancer Prevention

Every day in Eastern Asia, particularly India, people sit around sipping a lemony smelling tea. This is not only a cultural ritual; it is a health ritual, and it has been going on for more than 3,000 years. The tea is called tulsi, also known as holy basil, and it is a phytochemical, frequently used [...]

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Honokiol: Promising Anticancer Plant Compound

Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress are major culprits involved in poor health. They signal imbalances in the body such as low levels of antioxidants, poor diet, stress, and toxic overload. Over time, inflammation, free radical damage, and inadequate glucose control lead to chronic conditions like diabetes, heart attack, obesity, and cancer. For millions of Americans [...]

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Latest Research on Prostate Cancer:

Checking Testosterone Levels Matters For men, a diagnosis of prostate cancer is scary, unsettling, and far too common in the American population. There is ample reason for men, especially those 65 and older, to be checked regularly. According to the American Cancer Society, about 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. The [...]

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