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Not Just Chewing The Fat: Cereal Killers Movie Challenges Mainstream Medical Opinion

Not Just Chewing The Fat: Cereal Killers Movie Challenges Mainstream Medical Opinion

What do you think would happen if you flipped the government food pyramid upside down for 30 days?  Well, one brave Irish man wanted to find out, and the results were nothing short of astonishing to nutritionists and doctors.

For 30 days, Donal O’Neil made fat his primary source of calories, plus protein, vegetables, and a smattering of low glycemic fruits. No other sugar and no wheat of any kind.

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More Weight = More Pain From Knee Osteoarthritis

More Weight = More Pain From Knee Osteoarthritis

Knee Osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis today, and the incidence increases with excess weight, previous studies have demonstrated that.

However a new study takes it a step further, and actually links higher levels of pain from Knee OA as weight increases, vs. the same level of OA severity in lower weight patients.

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1 in 3 Adults on Verge of Diabetes

1 in 3 Adults on Verge of Diabetes

The news story below is a stark reminder for some and eye-opener for many. 10% of the U.S. population is already diagnosed with diabetes, and you can bet the pre-diabetes rates are even worse than in the UK.

The good news is that the vast majority of people can change their path or even reverse type 2 diabetes, without any drugs or invasive interventions. Please take advantage of our free health assessment to help determine your risk level and get insight to how you can transform your health. Call us today to schedule your appointment.

 

 

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Fatty Acids Heart Risk Article Worthless

Fatty Acids Heart Risk Article Worthless

When we read research articles in published respected journals like the recent analysis of studies on the correlation of Omega 3 Fatty Acids with heart disease, we tend to believe they represent strong evidence.

Unfortunately, the fact an article is published gives no indication of its value, until you determine the type of evidence and evaluate the study- a tall order for the average person, trying to deduce what is good evidence and what is not. Even many medical professionals don’t do enough critical thinking to evaluate published research properly.

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