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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Eating fatty foods such as steak, cheese and butter can make you healthier and slimmer, study reveals

Eating fatty foods such as red meat, cheese and butter could actually be good for your health, a new study suggests. Researchers from the University of Ireland found that overweight middle-aged men who switched to a diet high in natural saturated fats and low in carbohydrates grew slimmer and healthier. The diet also led to […]

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Americans Have Been Fed Misinformation About Fatty Foods

If you’ve been steadfastly avoiding that big steak or bacon-and-egg breakfast, we have some good news to share with you. It comes from Nina Teicholz, author of the The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. Fox News Insider: Author: Americans Have Been Fed Misinformation About Fatty Foods  Teicholz […]

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What I Would Eat if I had Diabetes?

Dr. Eric Berg talks about Sugar and diabetes. Sugar increases insulin which lowers the sugar in the blood and puts it in storage as fat. A healthy diet should consist of fats and moderate amount of proteins. A diabetic diet should have high quantities of fat. Sugar stimulates hunger and you carve for more food. […]

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The Wrong White Crystals

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of premature mortality in the developed world, and hypertension is its most important risk factor. Controlling hypertension is a major focus of public health initiatives, and dietary approaches have historically focused on sodium. BMJ Journals: The wrong white crystals: not salt but sugar as aetiological in hypertension and cardiometabolic […]

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Blood Sugar and Stress

Stress affects everyone… During stressful situations, epinephrine (adrenaline), glucagon, growth hormone and cortisol play a role in blood sugar levels. Stressful situations include infections, serious illness or significant emotion stress. Diabetes Education Online: Blood Sugar & Stress What happens to my blood sugar levels when I’m stressed? When stressed, the body prepares itself by ensuring […]

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Association of Physical Activity Patterns with Mortality

More research is required to clarify the association between physical activity and health in “weekend warriors” who perform all their exercise in 1 or 2 sessions per week. The Jama Network: Association of “Weekend Warrior” and Other Leisure Time Physical Activity Patterns With Risks for All-Cause, Cardiovascular Disease, and Cancer Mortality The study is to investigate […]

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