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 […]

Read More »

Sugar Is Public Enemy Number One

Dr Aseem Malhotra is no doubt leading the global anti-sugar campaign. In this video he describes why he believes that ‘Sugar is public enemy number one’. The Cape Times Sugar Free Breakfast in partnership with Harmony Addictions Clinic was held in Cape Town, South Africa with speakers Prof Tim Noakes, Dr Caryn Zinn and Karen […]

Read More »

One Third of Americans Are Headed for Diabetes

Roughly one third of Americans — or more than 84 million people — have prediabetes, and most have no idea. A simple blood test can detect prediabetes, a condition marked by higher-than-normal blood sugar. Changes in lifestyle — including eating and exercise habits — can often stop the onset of full-blown type 2 diabetes, which […]

Read More »

How Metabolism and Brain Activity are Linked

A new study shows a direct link between metabolism in brain cells and their ability to signal information. The research may explain why the seizures of many epilepsy patients can be controlled by a specially formulated diet. The findings reveal that metabolism controls the processes that inhibit brain activity, such as that involved in convulsions. […]

Read More »

Diet Affects Progression of Autoimmune Diseases

Dietary fatty acids affect the development and progression of autoimmune chronic-inflammatory diseases such as multiple sclerosis. In a collaborative study between the Departments of Neurology at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (St. Josef-Hospital) and the Friedrich Alexander Universtiy Erlangen, researchers now found that long-chain fatty acids promote the development and propagation of CNS reactive immune cells in […]

Read More »

Scientifically-Designed Fasting Diet Lowers Risks for Major Diseases

Results of a randomized clinical trial shows a periodic, five-day fasting diet designed by a researcher safely reduced the risk factors for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other age-related diseases. ScienceDaily: Scientifically-designed fasting diet lowers risks for major diseases What if you could lose weight and reduce your risk of life-threatening disease without any changes in […]

Read More »

Impact of Post-Meal and One-Time Daily Exercise in Patient with Type 2 Diabetes

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of short-timed post-meal and one-time daily exercise on glycemic control in patients with T2DM. Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome: Impact of post-meal and one-time daily exercise in patient with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a randomized crossover study Methods Sixty-four T2DM patients were randomised into crossover design. Group […]

Read More »

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 […]

Read More »