What to Eat and What to Avoid

See proof that America’s dietitians are controlled by food manufacturers like Coke, Pepsi, Mars M&M, General Mills and the junk food association (National Confectioner’s Association). These groups are approved lecturers for dietitians’ continuing education credits. Just like how Monsanto controls conventional farmers and Pharmaceutical companies control conventional doctors, you’ll find dietitians are controlled by the […]

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Soaring Global Obesity Rates

New research is offering fresh insight into the global epidemic of obesity, revealing which countries are suffering most, how much it could cost them to treat related illnesses, and giving one glimmer of hope in the battle to beat the bulge. CBS: Soaring global obesity rates come with hefty price tag One study has found that the […]

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Heart Stents, Cholesterol and Statin Smoking Guns? Dr. Aseem Malhotra

Watch Dr. Aseem Malhotra delve deeply into the controversial aspects of today’s drug and device treatments. Do many of these treatments break the risk/benefit rule? What is the crucial “number needed to treat” (NNT), to achieve an appreciable net benefit? And is there full transparency in this data, to enable wise choices for both doctors […]

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Metabolically Healthy Obese and Incident Cardiovascular Disease Events Among 3.5 Million Men and Women

Previous studies have been unclear about the cardiovascular risks for metabolically healthy obese individuals. Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Metabolically Healthy Obese and Incident Cardiovascular Disease Events Among 3.5 Million Men and Women Objectives This study examined the associations among metabolically healthy obese individuals and 4 different presentations of incident cardiovascular disease in a contemporary population. […]

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Metabolically Healthy Obese and Incident Cardiovascular Disease Events Among 3.5 Million Men and Women

Previous studies have been unclear about the cardiovascular risks for metabolically healthy obese individuals. Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Metabolically Healthy Obese and Incident Cardiovascular Disease Events Among 3.5 Million Men and Women Objectives This study examined the associations among metabolically healthy obese individuals and 4 different presentations of incident cardiovascular disease in a contemporary population. […]

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Statins, Muscle Disease and Mitochondria

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) accounts for >17 million deaths globally every year, and this figure is predicted to rise to >23 million by 2030. Numerous studies have explored the relationship between cholesterol and CVD and there is now consensus that dyslipidaemia is a causal factor in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. PMC: Statins, Muscle Disease and Mitochondria Statins […]

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How Does Ketosis Work? Benefits of Ketones

Ketones help solve cellular energy dysregulation by improving “mitochondrial function,” reducing premature cell death and protecting and energizing neurological tissues. Research into the benefits of ketones has established that ketones: Improve Brain and Cognitive Function Ketones are an effective treatment for epilepsy and are now being tested on other brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, […]

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Obese Toddlers Begin Showing Signs of Heart Failure by Age of One

Obese toddlers are showing early signs of heart damage caused by obesity, a study has found.  A study of children found changes in the structure of the heart in obese infants – including those below the age of one. The research involved 455 children who were seen in cardiology clinics in Romania. The country has the lowest […]

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Low-Fat Diet Could Kill You

The Lancet study of 135,000 adults found those who cut back on fats had far shorter lives than those enjoying plenty of butter, cheese and meats. The Lancet: Associations of fats and carbohydrate intake with cardiovascular disease and mortality in 18 countries from five continents (PURE): a prospective cohort study Researchers said the study was at odds […]

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