Healthy Weight Management: Ask Your Pharmacist the Correct Questions

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 9, 2014

Why to Ask? With all the available information from popular websites, magazines, diet outlets and retail healthcare stores and their staff, the decision regarding which weight management program with which to become involved is...I sense... both confusing and complex. There is however an avenue to defining the best approach for weight management...Ask Your Pharmacist! Read more

Almased® and Pharmacists: Inextricably Linked

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 8, 2014

What do Almased®and pharmacists have in common? Ever consider how Almased® and pharmacists are both committed to improving health? Perhaps No...Perhaps Yes? Each, of course, do it in their own way. Read more

Reelin’ In Quality of Life: Are You Ridin’ On?

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 6, 2014

How is it we have Quality of LIfe? Female or male…who here wants to get their Quality of Life back? Are you a Searcher? Ready for Advancement and SLOWING AGE PROCESSES?  I’m in. Are You? Read more

Understanding the Value of Almased® on the Gut-Brain Connection

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 6, 2014

Are you a "snacker"? You know, the 10AM, 2PM and 4PM need (cravings or lust?) for something to offset that hungry feeling. What controls that urge and the then-conscious decision to eat something...typically unhealthy? It's the gut-brain connection and result of lack of appetite control. Read more

See Food Differently with Almased

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 11, 2014

Using health-tasker Almased®, an all-natural powder blend for dieting and diabetes control, would appear to cause health-conscious users to view food differently. Perhaps an unexpected event…but true. Read more

Why “All Natural” Isn’t Always Natural

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 5, 2014

Does Your Gut Like What You Eat? As interest in eating “healthy or organic” foods increases, many food and meal replacement producers are working to greatly reduce or avoid the use of genetically modified ingredients (GMO’s). Why avoid these types of ingredients? Read more