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Murad Opens Inclusive Health Center for Anti-Aging

April 11, 2007

Dr. Howard Murad recently opened the Murad Inclusive Health Center, a global destination that offers the Murad Method Program for improving topical, internal and emotional health, all based on the Cellular Water Principle. The Cellular Water Principle addresses the end result of aging and disease––the reduction of water in the body’s cells and connective tissue. The Murad Method Program can increase water at the cellular level, promoting longevity and healthy beauty, inside and out, according to Dr. Murad.
“Our mission at the Murad Inclusive Health Center is to redefine healthcare and make a positive difference in people’s lives through a whole body approach to aging. As we age, internal and external elements damage our cells and weaken their ability to hold onto water and key nutrients. Cellular dehydration leads to the deterioration of cells, which initiates a cascade of effects such as wrinkles, hair loss, inflexibility, loss of mental clarity, and sleeplessness,” explains Dr. Howard Murad. “There are hundreds of theories on aging, the final common pathway regardless of the cause is less water, and we offer an approach to address it. As we repair the cell walls, and encourage healthy water in the connective tissue, the entire body becomes strong enough to sustain the onslaught of disease and aging.”

Utilizing diagnostic tests and methods and a thorough lifestyle evaluation, the Murad Inclusive Health Center evaluates every aspect of a client’s health from the condition of the skin to physical and emotional well being. Tests include a complete Body Composition report, highlighting Phase Angle results, Basal Metabolic Rate, and Fluid Compartment Profiles. More

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