‘Body Clock’ Dysregulation Underlies Obesity

A team of Texas A&M University System scientists have investigated how “body clock dysregulation” might affect obesity-related metabolic disorders. Medical Press: Study shows how ‘body clock’ dysregulation underlies obesity, more Earnest said results showed that during obesity, that is when mice were fed a high-fat diet, the rhythmicity of circadian clocks in immune cells of […]

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You Can Only Become Truly Accomplished at Something You Love!

Pro Health Advisor Team Member: “Got off phone with J***. Last A1c 8.6, A1C now 7.5 and he came off one blood pressure medicine!!! He was really happy! He told his provider: “My blood sugars improving had nothing to do with taking more insulin, it was all in my diet”. Provider said “See, that’s what I’ve […]

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Dr. James McCarter – ‘A Year of Self-Tracking in Nutritional Ketosis’

Dr. McCarter was the founder, President, and Chief Scientific Officer of Divergence, Inc., a frontrunner in the application of genomics and informatics to agriculture and infectious disease. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Genetics at Washington University School of Medicine and Head of Clinical Operations at Virta (http://www.virtahealth.com/) Dr. McCarter completed his medical and […]

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Don’t Scapegoat Big Sugar

The recent revelation that Harvard scientists were paid off to downplay sugar’s harms in the 1960s shows how the food industry shockingly manipulated nutrition science for decades. Yet the news media has given the sugar industry too much credit. The real story about how sugar got a pass — while dietary fat and cholesterol were […]

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Outdated Information and Weight Gain

The conventional dietary wisdom for the past quarter century has been “eat less, move more,” referring to reducing caloric intake and increasing exercise. But at the same time, we’ve seen obesity explode into the number one health problem facing Americans. FoxNews: Why outdated information is to blame for weight gain Only two logical explanations exist. […]

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10 False Things People Say About Low-Carb Diets

When arguing about nutrition, it can be hard to get your point across. People often seem biased against ideas that don’t fit with their philosophy. When the topic of low-carb turns up, many people dismiss it, call it a “fad” diet and say that it is either harmful or impossible to stick to. Source: https://authoritynutrition.com/10-things-dietitians-say-about-low-carb-diets/ […]

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