High-Fat Dairy Consumption and Cardiovascular Disease

In 11 of 16 studies, high-fat dairy intake was inversely associated with measures of adiposity. Studies examining the relationship between high-fat dairy consumption and metabolic health reported either an inverse or no association. Publimed: The relationship between high-fat dairy consumption and obesity, cardiovascular, and metabolic disease. Studies investigating the connection between high-fat dairy intake and […]

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Big Food Hijacked America’s Dietary Policy

 Thanks in part to deceptive practices by the sugar industry, one in three American adults will have diabetes by 2050. AlterNet: How Big Food Hijacked America’s Dietary Policy and Got Millions Addicted to Sugar In recent times, public awareness regarding the dangers of sugar is increasing daily. But why is this anti-sugar movement only gaining enough strength […]

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Remission of Pre-Diabetes to Normal Glucose Tolerance in Obese Adults

Objective Remission of pre-diabetes to normal is an important health concern which has had little success in the past. This study objective was to determine the effect on remission of pre-diabetes with a high protein (HP) versus high carbohydrate (HC) diet and effects on metabolic parameters, lean and fat body mass in prediabetic, obese subjects […]

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Low Carb Grocery List

Many people plan to eat better, but feel confused about how to start a low-carb diet. In this article, we’ll look at putting a healthy low carb grocery list together. More info in the article:  Nutrition Advance: Low Carb Grocery List: A Nutritious Guide to Healthier Eating For starters, you should plan to eat from […]

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Understanding Insulin

Sir Edward Schafer, who was Professor of Physiology in Edinburgh, appears to have named insulin and described its actions. British Journal of Anesthesia: Insulin: understanding its action in health and disease He did so in a book, The Endocrine Organs, based on a lecture series he gave in California in 1913. In this book, published […]

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Short Informational Video on CAC / Calcium Scanning

A professional summary of Calcium Scanning technology, and what it can offer to the millions with hidden heart disease. Remember that since 2013, CAC is in the US and European guidelines – recommended for ‘middle-risk’ people – the largest group where MOST heart attacks occur! So why aren’t we using this amazing test, that takes […]

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