Taking Calcium? You may want to throw it away once you read this….
Tag Archives: heart disease
Notes from CAM Cancer Conference (Annie Appleseed)
Medical Marijuana, Citrus Pectins, Ginger Guacamole and so many other forms of inspiration, large and small, at the Annie Appleseed CAM Cancer Conference
Ten Reasons to Eat Chocolate & How to Keep Your Habit Healthy
Chocolate is GOOD for you! Here are my top 10 reasons you SHOULD eat chocolate, and how to keep your chocolate indulgence healthy
The Government’s Bad Diet Advice
You can wait for the government to apologize that they got it wrong for 2 generations… or you can consult with me and get it right. Yeah, I told you so.
Are you doubling your risk of heart disease?
You might be surprised to find out what you’re eating every day that is DOUBLING your risk of heart disease. Watch the video to find out.
Can Cholesterol Drugs Undo Exercise Benefits? – NYTimes.com
Can Cholesterol Drugs Undo Exercise Benefits? – NYTimes.com. Stains lower numbers, but do they really promote better health? There are way too many questions about this, in my opinion, and according to substantial research, including the study cited here. Why use questionable drugs, when it is entirely possible to reduce cholesterol and improve every measureContinue reading “Can Cholesterol Drugs Undo Exercise Benefits? – NYTimes.com”
What the Mediterranean Diet Study Means to You
Here’s the bottom line: Diets enriched by generous amounts of either nuts or extra virgin olive oil reduced cardiovascular risk by 30%.
The Unsweetened Truth, Part 1: Sugar
We love our sweets. And the more we have, the more we crave. That’s not simply habit, or lack of will power. It’s biochemistry. Let me explain.
Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Linked to Heart Disease – NYTimes.com
“…one serving daily of a sugar-sweetened beverage was linked to a 19 percent increase in the relative risk of cardiovascular disease.” via Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Linked to Heart Disease – NYTimes.com. As I have been teaching clients for many years, heart disease and problematic cholesterol, as well as diabetes, are far more likely to be aContinue reading “Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Linked to Heart Disease – NYTimes.com”
Health and Financial Costs of Being Overweight or Obese – NYTimes.com
If the trend that, since the 1970s, has led to striking increases in the proportion of Americans who are overweight or obese is not halted, about three of every four Americans will be overweight or obese by 2020.