Flashback Friday: Should We Take EPA and DHA Omega 3 For Our Heart?

Flashback Friday: Should We Take EPA and DHA Omega 3 For Our Heart?

“Should We Take EPA and DHA Omega-3 For Our Heart?” According to two of perhaps the most credible nutrition authorities, the World Health Organization and the European Food Safety Authority, we should get at least a half a percent of our calories from the essential …

Getting Starch to Take the Path of Most Resistance

Getting Starch to Take the Path of Most Resistance

“Getting Starch to Take the Path of Most Resistance” Resistant starch wasn’t discovered until 1982. Before that we thought all starch could be digested by the digestive enzymes in our small intestine. Subsequent studies confirmed that there are indeed starches that resist digestion and end …

What About Kosher and Organic Chicken?

What About Kosher and Organic Chicken?

“What About Kosher and Organic Chicken?” Millions of Americans come down with bladder infections— urinary tract infections— every year, including more than a million children. Most cases stay in the bladder, but when the bacteria creep up into the kidneys or get into the bloodstream, …

Flashback Friday: How to Slow Brain Aging by Two Years

Flashback Friday: How to Slow Brain Aging by Two Years

“How to Slow Brain Aging By Two Years” A plant-based diet is thought to have played a significant role in human evolution. And the consumption of whole plant foods and even just extracts has repeatedly been associated with a decreased risk of aging related diseases. …

Flashback Friday: Anti-Cancer Potential of Sweet Potato Proteins

Flashback Friday: Anti-Cancer Potential of Sweet Potato Proteins

“Anti-Cancer Potential of Sweet Potato Proteins” Sweet potatoes can be considered a superfood, one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet, and one day perhaps even off the planet as NASA has chosen it for space missions. One of the healthiest – and cheapest! This …

Dietary Cholesterol and Cancer

Dietary Cholesterol and Cancer

“Dietary Cholesterol and Cancer” In 1969, a correlation analysis performed by a Dr. Gregor (no relation, and he spelled it wrong), found this rather tight correlation between animal protein intake in countries and intestinal cancer mortality. In the ‘70s this relationship was extended to breast …

Flashback Friday: Plant Based Diets for Improved Mood and Productivity

Flashback Friday: Plant Based Diets for Improved Mood and Productivity

“Plant-Based Diets for Improved Mood and Productivity” A 2014 systematic review and meta-analysis of dietary patterns and depression concluded that a healthy diet pattern was significantly associated with the reduced odds of depression. But out of the 21 studies they could find in the medical …

The Best Advice on Diet and Cancer

The Best Advice on Diet and Cancer

“The Best Advice on Diet and Cancer” In 1982, a landmark report on diet, nutrition, and cancer was released by the National Academy of Sciences, the first major, institutional, science-based report on the topic. The report started out saying that, yes, scientists must be careful …

How to Reduce Carcinogenic Bile Acid Production

How to Reduce Carcinogenic Bile Acid Production

colon cancer risk and westernized populations may be reduced by decreasing the intakes of animal products blaming aggressive factors such as animal protein and fat we’ve explored how animal protein can putrefy and produced a rotten egg gas which may be toxic to DNA but …

Is Coffee good or bad ? | Dr.Michael Greger

Is Coffee good or bad ?  | Dr.Michael Greger

Dr. Michael Greger M.D. Physician and New York Times bestselling author “Coffee ” Do coffee-drinkers live longer than non-coffee drinkers? Is it “Wake up and smell the coffee” or “Don’t wake up at all?” The largest study ever conducted on diet and health put that …