Food Issues

Get Rid of Fructose to Lose Your Gut

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Get Rid of Fructose to Lose Your Gut

FRUCTOSE/GUT/COLITIS   Get rid of fructose to lose your gut and your colitis!   Arguably, the chief villain that keeps your gut big, also packs your liver with fat, and keeps your bowels inflamed, is the simple sugar fructose.  It’s found in nature in small amounts in fruits and vegetables.  In this form, and in small amount, it’s actually beneficial.  It also occurs naturally, but in large amount, in honey.  If you have a big gut, fatty liver, colitis, or...

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Weight & Calorie Tips

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Weight & Calorie Tips

Let’s End the Confusion   1.      CALORIES: Q.     What is a calorie, and how are calorie counts computer? A.   t’s a unit of measure for the energy in food.  First defined in France in the early 1800s, a food calorie is the amount of heat (energy) needed to raise the temperature of 1,000 grams (a liter) of water 1 degree Celsius.  Researchers measure calories by using a “bomb calorimeter,” a small chamber in which a food is burned to heat...

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Obesity Linked to Half-A-Million Cancer Cases Worldwide

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Obesity Linked to Half-A-Million Cancer Cases Worldwide

In 2012, about half a million cases of cancer around the world were attributed to excess body weight, which extrapolates to 3.6% of all new adult cases. The weight-related cancer burden was highest in developed countries; 63.8% of these obesity-related cancers occurred in North America and Europe. The figures come from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IACR), and were published in the Lancet Oncology. The IACR team, led by Melinda Arnold, PhD, points out that approximately one-quarter of...

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Women’s weight loss and bone loss

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Women’s weight loss and bone loss

Dairy products may help premenopausal women maintain bone health when they’re dieting, suggests a study from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Weight loss is often accompanied by bone loss, unfortunately. In the study, 90 overweight or obese women, age 19 to 45, went on calorie-restricted diets and exercised daily (aerobic workouts and strength training) for 16 weeks. One-third ate a high-dairy diet, one-third medium-dairy diet, one-third low-dairy. All 3 groups lost an average of 10...

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Train Your Brain to Crave Healthy Foods!

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Train Your Brain to Crave Healthy Foods!

Food can be our friend or foe depending on how we pick it.  If you’ve notoriously made bad food choices and are now the pawn of unhealthy, addictive, high-sugar foods, then this article is for you!  Recent research shows that no matter how enslaved you are by cravings for unhealthy, high-calorie delights, you CAN train your brain to prefer healthy, lower-calorie options.   Your Brain’s Reward Center: New research published in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes suggests that you can...

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For Women Only: How Confused Are YOU?

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For Women Only: How Confused Are YOU?

It is often necessary to make a decision on the basis of knowledge sufficient for action but insufficient to satisfy the intellect.-Immanuel Kant- The area of women’s health is highly controversial. We’re told that premenstrual syndrome and hypoglycemia are all in our heads, that there’s no way to prevent osteoporosis except by taking estrogen, and that menopausal symptoms are as inevitable as death and taxes. During my years in practice I have seen hundreds of women eliminate premenstrual syndrome, arthritic...

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Fat Consumption Triggers Craving Chemicals

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Fat Consumption Triggers Craving Chemicals

Recent studies have revealed potato chips and french fries to be the worst contributors to weight gain – and with good reason.  Have you ever wondered why you can’t eat just one chip or a single fry?  It’s not just the carbohydrates at fault.  These were my 2 favorites, no wonder I go to 311 pounds – see, it wasn’t my fault. Do check out my online radio show entitled:Lose Weight PERMANENTLY By Eating – it will be a REAL eye...

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My Weigh To Lose Weight Finally Recognized!

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My Weigh To Lose Weight Finally Recognized!

Finally, Research has caught-up with me.  Why didn’t they just call me?   The Atkins and Paleo diets are unusually low in defined carbs and high in fat and protein.  And both approaches to eating just go a big boost from an unusually well-designed clinical trial. After one year, those who ate low-carb diets lost more weight and body fat – and had healthier cardiovascular-risk profiles – compared with those who followed low-fat diets. The people placed on the low-carb...

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Minnesota’s New GMO Labeling Bill

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Minnesota’s New GMO Labeling Bill

97% of the U.S. population wants to know what they’re eating!   When you think of GMO labeling initiatives, you probably don’t immediately think about the tucked away Midwestern state of Minnesota.  But in a move that could very well beat out states like California and New York in finally achieving a full-fledged GMO labeling law system, Minnesota legislatures have introduced brand new highly back GMO labeling legislation that is shaping up to be quite promising.  Thank God...

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Brussels Sprout Good Things In Your Guts

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Brussels Sprout Good Things In Your Guts

Leafy greens critical to digestive health. Bringing the world yet another reason to “eat your vegetables,” research has reveals that immune cells essential to intestinal health could be controlled by leafy greens in your diet. Researchers from the Walters,  Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Australia found that a type of immune cell called Innate Lymphoid Cells (ILCs), promotes good intestinal health by keeping “bad” bacteria out of the intestine, helping control or prevent conditions like bowel cancer, food...

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