How to Treat Kidney Stones with Diet

How to Treat Kidney Stones with Diet

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If White Rice is Linked to Diabetes, What About China?

If White Rice is Linked to Diabetes, What About China?

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Switching from Beef to Chicken & Fish May Not Lower Cholesterol

Switching from Beef to Chicken & Fish May Not Lower Cholesterol

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Preventing Crohn’s Disease With Diet

Preventing Crohn’s Disease With Diet

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Treating Parkinson’s Disease With Diet

Treating Parkinson’s Disease With Diet

caffeine consumption both in Asian and Western populations appears to protect against the development of Parkinson’s disease but what if you already have it a new study found that giving folks the equivalent of about two cups of coffee a day worth of caffeine significantly improve symptoms of the disease of course it’s only so […]

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How to Counter the Inflammation of Aging

How to Counter the Inflammation of Aging

“How to Counter the Inflammation of Aging” One of the most recognized consequences of aging is a decline in immune function, illustrated by vulnerability to dying from the flu, poor response to vaccinations. But about 20 years ago a paper was published showing that the immune cells of 80-year olds produced significantly more pro-inflammatory signals, […]

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Flaxseed vs. Prostate Cancer

Flaxseed vs. Prostate Cancer

“Flaxseed vs. Prostate Cancer” Why is there such a huge disparity in prostate cancer rates? The incidence of clinically malignant prostate cancer is highest in African-Americans— some 30-fold greater than in Japanese men, and 120 times greater than seen in Chinese men in Shanghai. Well, in general, the Western diet is one in which animal […]

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Slow Your Beating Heart: Beans vs. Exercise

Slow Your Beating Heart: Beans vs. Exercise

“Slow Your Beating Heart: Beans vs. Exercise” The accumulated weight of evidence linking elevated resting heart rate to a shortened lifespan— even in apparently healthy individuals, makes a strong case for it to be considered in the assessment of risk. It’s got strong advantages. Taking one’s pulse is cheap, takes little time, it’s understandable to […]

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Paleolithic Lessons

Paleolithic Lessons

“Paleolithic Lessons” A review published recently makes an evolutionary argument for a plant-based diet, given the fact that we apparently evolved eating huge amounts of whole plant foods. 200,000 years ago, it’s estimated that we consumed 600 milligrams of vitamin C a day. That’s the amount of vitamin C found in 10 oranges, the amount […]

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Everything in Moderation? Even Heart Disease?

Everything in Moderation? Even Heart Disease?

[Music] what if we don’t want just low risk for heart attack but no risk one great stumbling block has been the government and national health organizations appear to have taken the patronizing view that the public can’t handle the truth and we rather this science beat watered down but it’s dr. Esselstyn wrote in […]

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