• Eyes and Aging Cellulite? Before and After Photos from Cellfina Treatment Recipe for Leftover Chili Brunch with Eggs, Cheese, Taco Shells, and Salsa Raeburn Chardonnay for all You Chardonnay Lovers! Skin Care Special: Spend $250 on SkinCeuticals and get a FREE CE Ferulic!

    Subject: Eyes and Aging

    H A P P Y H A L L O W E E N!


    Eyes and Aging


    Cellulite? Before and After Photos from Cellfina Treatment


    Recipe for Leftover Chili Brunch with Eggs, Cheese, Taco Shells, and Salsa


    Raeburn Chardonnay for all You Chardonnay Lovers!


    Skin Care Special: Spend $250 on SkinCeuticals and get a FREE CE Ferulic!


    Mused after enjoying a chardonnay recommended by a sommelier who distributes wine to Kroger. Made in Sonoma, Raeburn, has complex flavors but none overwhelming such as oak from the barrels. $20 a bottle, $18 if you buy 6.





    I just recently saw my optometrist and recommend a yearly visit to evaluate your “eye health”. Not only is it good for your eyes, but some things, like the number of blood vessels seen on exam, correlate with your health elsewhere. In this case, the number of blood vessels that go to the brain and possible dementia implications.


    Most of us have reached the age (or will soon) where our vision starts to change and reading glasses are necessary.  It’s about this time that eye diseases such as macular degeneration, cataracts and glaucoma become a concern and need to be checked.


    Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) usually occurs after age 60 and damages the macula resulting in loss to the central field of vision. About 70% is due to heredity but a healthy diet may help offset the genetics. The Age-Related Eye Disease Study found that vitamins C and E, beta carotene (found in carrots), zinc and copper reduced the risk of AMD by about 25%.


    (Did You Know?  Besides a healthy diet, exercise, watching your weight, not smoking, wearing sunglasses and of course, getting an eye exam yearly all help in taking care of your eyes.)


    The risk of glaucoma occurs after 60 and starts with loss of peripheral vision. Genetics are more involved than lifestyle. Treatment typically consists of prescription eye drops, laser therapies and surgical procedures.


    Cataracts are the result of proteins in the lens of the eye becoming damaged resulting in haziness. By age 80 more than half of Americans will have a cataract with a genetic component in 35% of cases. Lens replacement surgery is the treatment.


    -Tufts Health and Nutrition Letter




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    Cellfina, www.cellfina.com, is the only FDA-cleared minimally invasive procedure clinically proven to improve the appearance of cellulite for at least three years. It divides the bands that cause the dimpling. The best candidate has dimpling that is not caused by loose skin. The benefits are a long-lasting with a single, in-office treatment. Drive yourself and usually takes just a couple of hours. No general anesthesia is needed and downtime is limited in most cases to the day of treatment. Return to work the next day. 96% of patients were satisfied after two years.






    Before and after treatment with Cellfina technique.





    Brunch from leftover chili.

    Here’s a continuation from last week’s “tips on making chili”.


    Leftover chili, warm on cooktop.
    Chili, taco shells & cooked eggs.
    Chili, taco shells, cooked eggs & salsa verde.





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    Healthy Living,



    Peter McKenna, M.D.




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