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Why Did You Quit Eating Meat?

Why Did You Quit Eating Meat?
Many of you are familiar with Dr. John McDougall, & that he suffered a stroke when he was only 18 years old. His diet was like that of any typical American teen, full of highly saturated animal fats, processed foods and dairy. After many years of research, Dr. McDougall changed his diet to one that...
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Olive Oil Not Heart Healthy

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Where are the references for these sources? I was just wondering for The Brachial Artery Tournequet Test .
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Planning for Retirement?

Planning for Retirement?
How we spend the last years of our lives depends largely on what choices we make before we reach middle age, especially during the first 10 years of our childhood while our cells are multiplying rapidly. Recent studies show that dietary and lifestyle choices increase telomerase activity that is associated with slowing down the aging...
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Misleading Ads Promote Cardiovascular Disease

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Why do Animal Products Cause Inflammation?

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Going Plant-Strong With Rip Esselstyn

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What Will Your Last 10 Years Look Like?

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Dear Dr Carney this clip on how will you spend your last 10 years is very touching to me. I have been on both sides. After sufferi... Read More
Friday, 07 December 2018 13:26
Linda Carney MD
Thank you Greg. Your testimony is so powerful. I hope everybody gets to see how moving your story is, as told at www.EatingYouAli... Read More
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What’s Wrong With Eggs?

What’s Wrong With Eggs?

Scrambled, fried, hard boiled, or poached - there seems to be a way to prepare eggs to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. I'm sure many of you have fond memories of eating bacon and eggs for breakfast with your families on weekend mornings. Eggs are a comfort food. When asked what is wrong with eggs I sometimes flippantly reply "besides the yolk, the whites and the shell?" But, seriously, let's delve a little deeper...

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i would love to see whether there is a difference btwn eggs from organically raised, true free range chickens & the ones (conventi... Read More
Thursday, 06 December 2018 15:55
Deborah
Even organic eggs are cholesterol-bombs, fiber-deficient, excessively high in saturated fat and come from chickens who are bred to... Read More
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Red Meat Linked to Heart Disease

Red Meat Linked to Heart Disease
Research has narrowed down a compound in red meat that could be an important link in the promotion of coronary artery disease. This is in addition to the well known fact that saturated animal fats significantly increase the risk factors associated with developing heart disease. The compound that was discovered in red meat is called carnitine...
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Women's Health Concerns

Women's Health Concerns
Heart disease , osteoporosis , autoimmune diseases , obesity , and breast cancer are some of the common conditions that affect the lives of women. However, in his  Women's Health  article,  Dr. Joel Fuhrman states that, "These conditions are largely preventable with healthy lifestyle measures." I have to agree. For this reason, I frequently blog,...
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Red Meat, Gut Bacteria and Heart Disease

Red Meat, Gut Bacteria and Heart Disease
Research indicates that eating red meat increases the risk of death from cardiovascular disease. This is consistent with the results from the Nurses' Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up study , that involved 120,000 people. It was estimated that "each serving (100 grams) of red meat raises the risk of cardiovascular death by 18 percent."...
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The Benefits of Whole Grains

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