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Quitting Sugar Saved My Thyroid

Quitting Sugar Saved My Thyroid: Sarah Wilson’s Story Every now and then our bodies like to tell us, in no uncertain terms, to stop and take note. A common cold politely tells us to back off when we’re pushing too hard. More serious illness can arrive as

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Most of the world’s extra body fat is living in the U.S.

This article was published on CNN website in 2012 and misses the most important fact that obesity is a result of excessive sugar and refined carbs consumption since 1970s. Let’s read what CNN gets totally wrong… By CNN’s Jack Cafferty: Most of the world’s extra body fat

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Vegetable Oil May Not Be Healthful

Experts Say Vegetable Oil May Not Be As Healthful As We Thought   The American Heart Association, U.S. Dietary Guidelines and most doctors and nutritionists say that if you eat more “healthy fats” from vegetable and seed oils and less “bad fats” from red meat and dairy products,

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Deadly Dangerous Statins

Statins Raise Death Risk Astronomically After Heart Attacks   Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs are prescribed for millions of Americans to lower cholesterol, which health experts say causes heart attack and stroke. But other experts have questioned the value of the drugs, and have said they have an overall

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Your Brain On Ketones

How a high-fat diet can help the brain work better   The modern prescription of high carbohydrate, low fat diets (Standard American Diet – SAD), and eating snacks between meals has coincided with an increase in obesity, diabetes, and and increase in the incidence of many mental health

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Bipolar Disorder and Low Carb Diets

Bipolar Disorder and Diet (Part II): Low Carbohydrate Diets   Can food stabilize mood?  Is there a diet out there that could prevent mania, mood swings, deep depressions, and uncomfortably anxious and agitated states? Sound far-fetched?  Maybe not. Dietary changes can have very powerful effects on brain

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Alzheimer’s Disease Caused by Type 3 Diabetes

Type 3 Diabetes: Metabolic Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease As the population of the industrialized world ages, illnesses associated with aging consume a larger portion of our healthcare budgets and impose increasing burdens on the quality of life of patients and their caregivers. Estimates suggest that in the

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Dietary Ketosis Enhances Memory in Mild Cognitive Impairment

Abstract   We randomly assigned 23 older adults with mild cognitive impairment to either a high carbohydrate or very low carbohydrate diet. Following the 6-week intervention period, we observed improved verbal memory performance for the low carbohydrate subjects (p = 0.01) as well as reductions in weight

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The Health Benefits and Safety of Low-Carb, High-Fat Diets

An Interview with Eric C. Westman, M.D.: Cholesterol Clarity   Let’s complete our discussion of the health benefits and safety of low-carb, high-fat “ketogenic” diets with Eric Westman, M.D., MHS. In January, we discussed the clinical benefits obtained with real people in the real world of low-carb,

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Conquering Alzheimer’s with Coconut Ketones

Conquering Alzheimer’s with Coconut Ketones   By Dr. Bruce Fife Original article: Conquering Alzheimer’s with Coconut Ketones   Patti Smith sensed something was wrong. Her mind seemed to go into a fog at times. She would fumble for words, forget appointments, and often stopped abruptly in mid-sentence, forgetting what

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