Press & Media
Lorraine Maita, MD is an engaging guest who gets to the heart of what it takes to look and live younger and healthier through functional, integrative, anti aging medicine. Her advice is practical and cutting edge. She is eager to share her insights through interviews, expert commentary and live and satellite media tours.
Some topics she can cover include:
- Weight Loss
- Bioidentical Hormones
- Nutrition and supplements
- Personalized medicine based on genetics and metabolism
- Executive Health and Productivity
The 5 Vitamins And Minerals You Don’t Need To Take
Dr. Lorraine Maita featured in Prevention Magazine
Diet Dr. Lorraine Maita has helped many of her patients at her New jersey practice lose large amount of weight within 26-40 days.
Premature Aging Signs You Shouldn’t Overlook
Lorraine Maita, an internist and anti-aging specialist, suggests taking stock of the color of your skin. What you perceive as dull and faded may be more than skin deep.
6 Surprising Behaviors That Age You
What you might not know is that your exercise patterns, listening habits, and even your cooking style can negatively affect your life. Luckily, you can make changes. Read on for tips on how to counteract these six surprising behaviors that age you.
4 Habits That Can Lead to Yeast Infections
If you want to avoid yeast infections—or at least, keep them to a minimum—here are four things to try not to do.
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5 Possible Reasons Your Period Lasts So Long
You probably learned in health class that the typical period comes around once a month and lasts for about three to five days. Then, you probably learned through personal experience that this isn’t actually how life works. The length of a period, of course, varies from person to person and cycle to cycle. But at what point is a long period cause for worry?
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Patty Duke Died From Sepsis, The Common Killer You’ve Never Heard Of
Sepsis killed legendary actress Patty Duke earlier this week, but experts say it’s not just a disease for the elderly—and it’s more common than you think.
Head to Toe Hotness
Find out the tricks that instantly de-age you. A decade from now, bartenders will still be asking to see your ID!
Be Your Best in 2013
We asked wellness expert Dr. Lorraine Maita of Short Hills to share super-easy tips for looking and feeling younger in the New Year. Maintaining good health might be easier than you think.
The Aware Show
Dr. Maita provides methods and tips to tackle thyroid issues, menopause, weight gain and nutritional deficiencies.
SHINE Pillars of Health at Work
Health is a critical aspect for overall career success. Listen in for great information about the SHINES pillars of health Supplements Hormone balance, Intake, Nutrition, Exercise and Stress management.
WSVA Interview with Lorraine Maita MD
Lorraine Maita discusses the topic of Inflammation.
Dr. Maita on Healthradio.net with Dr. DiSilva
Lorraine Maita talks with Dr. DiSilva in a two part interview.
The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!
Dr. Lorraine Maita, a low-carb advocate and specialist in the field of aging and Dr. Bert Herring who is an advocate of a daily 19-hour intermittent fast known as “Fast-5” are our guests today on The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!
Moderation and balance are the secret to a long, healthy life — Dr. Lorraine Maita’s family history includes high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes but the 55-year-old has none of these. “It’s not inevitable to age (poorly) and be in a wheelchair in a nursing home,” says Maita, of New Jersey, who has just published Vibrance for Life®, how to live younger and healthier.” She is a specialist in geriatric health and health consultant to Fortune 500 companies.
The Midwest Book Review
Good health is the first step to a happier life–”Vibrance for Life©: How to Live Younger & Healthier” is a self-help guide that focuses on finding how to make the changes in one’s life to live it with more vigor.
Anti-aging Expert Lorraine Maita, MD provides Transformative Tips on How to Age with Vigor and Vitality — New York – According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the life expectancy is currently 77.9 years of age. Dr. Lorraine Maita, President and Medical Director of How to Live Younger wants to teach everyone to age with vigor and vitality: she shares tips to tackle menopause, weight gain, nutritional deficiencies and other ailments.
QUOTED in The Billings Gazette
BILLINGS GAZETTE – Dr. Lorraine Maita, president and medical director of the New Jersey based How to Live Younger, uses the hCG weight-loss therapy.
NEW YORK, NY — (Marketwire) — 05/17/11 — According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the life expectancy is currently 77.9 years of age. Dr. Lorraine Maita, President and Medical Director of How to Live Younger wants to teach everyone to age with vigor and vitality: she shares tips to tackle menopause, weight gain, nutritional deficiencies and other ailments.
Silk Purse Women
Ten Easy Tips to Whittle Your Waist Away
Dr. Maita provides her ten easy tips to stay trim, even if the New Year’s resolutions are waning. Her tips also advise in the event that you lost weight but want to keep it off without making it onerous.
Silk Purse Women Website
Top Tips for Living Younger
Dr. Maita provides her Top Tips For Living Younger, including attitude, balanced nutrition, combat oxidation with color, exercise, fish oil and Omega 3 fatty acids, sleep, hormones, and medical check ups.
Column in NJ Savvy Living
Healthy Skin from the Inside Out by Lorraine Maita, MD The skin is a reflection of your general state of health. Although I can’t stress enough the importance of sunscreen, to have truly healthy skin, start from the inside out.
Park Place Magazine
Mellowing With Age by Susan Brierly
Growing younger and healthier through scienceIf you’re among the savvy middle-agers who are rejecting the inevitability of physical deterioration, and attempting to grow old as gracefully as an ’82 Haut-Brion Bordeaux, take heart. More and more health-conscious people are energetically embracing the anti-aging movement because, although they can’t turn back time, they can influence how they age.