Fish is Good for the Heart

You may be aware that fish is one of the healthiest meats for your body; but do you know why? Good day friends in Worth! This is Doctor Mark Linn, and today I would like to share with you some information about fish and heart health.

Tuna and salmon are especially full of Omega3 fatty acids, which are necessary for the proper functioning of the heart. Fish can be consumed in a number of ways, whether as part of an appetizer as you see in the photo to your right, or as the main dish of a meal. Why not find some creative and delicious ways to incorporate more fish into your diet?

For more information about keeping your heart healthy, stop by my office in Worth and let me, Doctor MarkLinn evaluate the status of your heart. Click here for my report on degenerative diseases and to make an appointment:

What is Osteoporosis?

You’ve probably heard about Osteoporosis before, but today, I would like to teach you exactly what this disease is. Hi, my name is Doctor Mark Linn, and I manage a function medicine practice ¬†in Worth, where we help people fight many diseases, including Osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis is a degenerative condition that affects many elderly women today. It is one of the most common diseases among the aging, and is thus one of the main targets in anti-aging medicine. Osteoporosis occurs when the bones begin to grow weak due to a loss of calcium, Vitamin D and exercise. These weak bones are then more at risk for distortion and fracture.

At my office here in Worth we want to help those suffering with Osteoporosis and keep the problem from growing more severe. I invite you to come see me, Doctor Mark Linn, and let me bring you some much-needed relief! Click here for my full report on anti-aging and to make an appointment:

Stress is a Serial Killer

Did you know that many of the most common diseases today can be caused by stress? Hello there, I’m Doctor Mark Linn, and I have a ¬†integrative medicine office here in Worth, where I spend my days helping people just like you who need relief from their health problems.

Stress, especially repeated stress, can have a detrimental effect on your body. However, it’s not simply the fault of the stressor in itself; it is the way you handle it. If you don’t learn to keep your cool in hard times, you could find yourself fighting some very serious health conditions.

Don’t let stress take a toll on your health. I encourage you to come see me, Doctor [first name]Linn, here in Worth at your earliest convenience. Click here for my full report on the effects of stress and to make an appointment: