(Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle)
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This prescription medication could kill you.
The New York Times has obtained confidential government reports concerning the controversial diabetes drug Avandia. These reports state that hundreds of people who take Avandia needlessly suffer heart attacks and heart failure every month. The reports continue by saying that Avandia should be removed from the market. Read...
Excess fructose leads to elevated levels of uric acid.
A research doctor discovered quite by accident that adolescents who were diagnosed with high blood pressure also had elevated levels of uric acid 90 percent of the time. Further, he found that by reducing the uric acid levels of these obese, hypertensive adolescents, he was able to normalize blood pressure in 87 percent of the cases. Read...
The great cholesterol deception.
The belief that a diet high in animal fat and cholesterol leads to heart attacks has been a mainstay of the American medical community ever since the publication of the Seven Countries study in the 1970s. Read...
Eat slowly and reduce calorie intake.
Research published in the New York Times found that fewer calories are consumed when food is eaten slowly. In a recent study, subjects who were given identical servings of ice cream on different occasions consumed less calories when they finished it in 30 minutes as opposed to 5 minutes. Read...
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