Dr. Keith Kantor

About: Dr. Keith Kantor

Dr. Kantor has been an advocate of natural food and healthy living for 30 years. He is also on the Board of Directors for NAMI.org in Gwinnett. NAMI is the largest non profit in the United States dealing with Mental Illness including substance abuse. He has a PhD in Nutritional Science. He has also written three books(see http://www.drkeithkantor.com and http://www.namedprogram.com ). Dr.Kantor has also been on several hundred Radio shows, T. V. shows, Newspapers and Magazines, speaking on how to live a healthy lifestyle,

Articles By Dr. Keith Kantor

Consumer Health Digest
Feb10

What are The Causes Of Memory Loss In Neurodegenerative Diseases?

Neurodegenerative disease is a term that describes the loss of structure and even the death of neurons. Parkinson ‘s Disease and Alzheimer’s disease are two of the most common neurodegenerative diseases that most people are familiar with. Memory loss is a common symptom of neurodegenerative disease; some may refer to symptoms as dementia. There is a lot of research being done to determine how to prevent and manage memory...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan18

Protein Shakes for Weight Loss – Does It Promote Weight Loss?

Protein shakes are often a highly recommended meal and/or snack in most nutrition programs, especially for decreasing body fat percentage in conjunction with a regular exercise program. Protein shakes can promote weight loss if used correctly. The shakes will not promote weight loss is they are consumed as an addition to an already poor diet plan with few fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and animal proteins. The shake will help aid...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan06

Is Bipolar Disease Misunderstood?

Bipolar was formally known as manic depression. Due to the increase in diagnosis, there is also an increase in awareness of the disorder. Bipolar disorder has been defined as a mental disorder that is classified as alternating mood periods of elation/ happiness and depression. The mood swings are described as depressive lows and manic highs. Society has brought mental illness specifically Bipolar Disorder to the surface and it is more...

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