Welcome to Live Longer Live Well Become a certified Provider or Facility Diabetes – The Progressive Killer
Welcome to Live Longer Live Well An individualized wellness and anti-aging program is here!! The L3W program integrates the proper food combination, optimizing organ/gland efficiency, vitamin/mineral/hormone utilization, and educates the patient on environmental stressors. The main objective of the Live Longer Live Well program is to Restore > Support > Optimize.
Become a certified Provider or Facility Live Longer Live Well (L3W) offers physicians and health care facilities the opportunity to restore and maintain health by becoming an L3W Provider or Facility. L3W functional endocrinology, nutrition and integrated functional medicine are taught by our staff in 2 days, building confidence in treating patients with the program. The L3W System is  a turnkey system that improves the performance of  patients by helping balance them at all levels.
Diabetes – The Progressive Killer Pre-Diabetes and Diabetes is an out of control epidemic in the United States. It must be detected and treated at an early stage.
Read on if you experience any of the following:

• Weakness or Fatigue • Excessive Thirst • Infections
• Frequent Urination • Hand and Foot Pain • Weight Gain
• Blurry Vision • Skin problems

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Now available to all Providers - The L3W Automated Hormone System (AHS)! L3W AHS helps Clients fine tune BHRT to gently and safely establish a healthy youthful balance.

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Is your body angry at you? Do you feel as well as you want? Will you live as long as you want? Start now! Choose L3W and get started Living Longer and Living Well.

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Live Longer Live Well (L3W) offers primary care physicians and health care facilities the opportunity to restore and maintain health. Physicians and facilities are taught functional endocrinology...

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Blood Chemistry

Blood Chemistry needed for an accurate report card!!! blood-tests

A1C Hemoglobin:  this test shows an average sugar level in the blood stream. Red blood cells live 2-3 months, which holds on to sugar, so this test is more accurate than just getting a Glucose test. The Glucose test can fluctuate depending on how much insulin you are producing at that instant. You can have a normal Glucose test but a high A1C hemoglobin which is the true number.  If your value is 5.6 or higher, the warning signs of Diabetes and insulin resistance are present. Make sure your physician orders that test.

Insulin:  See how much insulin your body is producing. If you have high A1C hemoglobin, then the insulin test will show if you are headed to the Diabetes side or the Insulin Resistant side (Alzheimer’s). It also can detect  1.5 diabetes . An optimal insulin level is around 7.

C-reactive protein (crp): This test shows if there a protein (crp) in the blood stream which is produced in the liver. It is produced when inflammation is present in the body. It is mainly generated from cardiovascular inflammation. The Formation of arteriolosclerosis or plaguing increases inflammation. Anything over 1.5 is a warning sign of an inflammatory response.

Vitamin D:  Vitamin D helps reduce cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular, bone and immune issues. Almost every African American has a pathological low Vitamin D level. Optimal levels are around 70-75.

The Live Longer Live Well program has an in depth Diabetes/cardiovascular panel to give you a completed snapshot of you. Check out the in detail blood chemistry panels, located on our website under the Process tab.

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Vitamin D

Vitamin DVitamin D is not a vitamin but instead is a powerful steroidal hormone. Its active form enhances immune cells’ creation of antimicrobial proteins.

The ideal levels in your body should be above 50 ng/ml with an optimal level of 70-80 ng/ml. Sunlight and supplementation are the only significant sources of vitamin D.

Vitamin D deficiency is a significant factor in several conditions that affect a high population in the world:

  • Chronic low back pain, which may be associated with osteomalacia (i.e., softening of the bones due to a lack of vitamin D).
  • Cancer; people living at higher latitudes (e.g., Canada, northern U.S., etc.) have a greater risk of dying from colon cancer than people who live closer to the equator and experienced greater sun exposure. A 2006 review article notes that the majority of studies examining the relationship between vitamin D status and cancer risk show that sufficient vitamin D levels do indeed reduce the risk of cancer and that supplementation is an affordable way to reduce cancer incidence and cancer-related deaths. Vitamin D deficiency may be associated with the following cancers: colorectal, cervical, breast and prostate.
  • Risk of heart disease and hypertension have also been associated with vitamin D deficiency.


Get direct sunlight on your body for 15-20 maximum, and then apply the sunscreen. The sunscreen does not allow the Vitamin D to absorb in the body.

laying on the sun

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CholesterolGood Cholesterol/Bad Cholesterol

Good Cholesterol is very important to the body. It contributes to the male and female Endocrine system, Immune response, and the Brain. Excessive bad Cholesterol is produced by a higher ratio of sugar vs. insulin in the blood.

30% of Cholesterol forms the precursors to the male sex hormones. If the total Cholesterol in under 150, the body will decrease testosterone hormone production. Signs and symptoms associated with testosterone deficiency’s are: decreased libido, erection dysfunction, depression, increase body fat, decreased bone density, and muscle weakness.

Make sure organic fats and oils are in your diet. Keep the HDL level high.

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