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September 6, 2017

Diet Causing 300,000+ Annual Cardiovascular & Diabetes Deaths

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Diet Causing 300,000+ Annual Cardiovascular & Diabetes Death

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10 Dietary Factors Linked to Major Diseases

Ten dietary factors linked with major diseases and premature death in US. We’re often told to eat better to ward off risk of disease and dying early. In that effort, knowing which eating habits to focus on could be helpful. Findings from a new study in JAMA show the large potential impact of 10 dietary factors, above, on Americans’ risk of dying from heart disease, stroke or type 2 diabetes. These three conditions encompass the term cardiometabolic disease.

 

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May 11, 2015

Healthy Diet May Improve Memory, Says Study – CNN.Com

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Those with the healthiest diets were 24% less likely to experience cognitive decline.

We’ve all heard the age old adage, “You are what you eat.” But could what we eat also affect how we think?

New research sheds additional light supporting the long standing notion that eating a healthy diet could potentially be linked to a lower risk of memory and thinking decline, researchers say.

The study, published this week in the journal Neurology, further helps our understanding of the correlation a higher diet quality could have on reducing the risk of memory loss.

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August 20, 2013

Dr. Patricia Bragg Health Crusading to Millions!

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Dr. Patricia Bragg Health Crusading to Millions

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December 19, 2010

Diet: Good-for-You Things Come in Orange

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Diet: Good-for-You Things Come in Orange

People with high blood levels of alpha-carotene — an antioxidant found in orange fruits and vegetables — live longer and are less likely to die of heart disease and cancer than people who have little or none of it in their bloodstream, a new study reports.

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August 7, 2010

RYE MORE FILLING THAN WHEAT

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Wholegrain bread is good and good for you, as most people know. But it is not only the fiber-rich bran, the outer shell of the grain, that is healthful. On the contrary, research at the Lund University Faculty of Engineering shows that bread baked with white rye flour, which is flour made from the inner, white part of the rye kernel, leads to better insulin and blood sugar levels compared with wheat bread with rye bran.

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June 28, 2010

HOW CAN MY DIET HELP PROTECT ME FROM SUNBURN?

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You might be thinking that the best way to avoid sunburn is to stay out of the sun for too long. If so, you are correct! Staying out of the sun is the best way to avoid sunburn. However, moderate amounts of sunlight can be important as it provides our bodies with vitamin D, a vitamin essential for maintaining proper calcium levels that promote strong teeth and bones….

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June 20, 2010

MANY DOCTORS DON’T DISCUSS DIET WITH OBESE PATIENTS

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With the nation’s high rates of obesity and the low odds of weight loss, perhaps weary doctors are just giving up. National statistics show that only about half of obese Americans were advised by their doctors to cut down on fatty foods. The rate, from a 2006 survey, has not changed from a survey taken in 2002.

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May 11, 2010

Many Doctors Don Not Discuss Diet With Obese Patients

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With the nation’s high rates of obesity and the low odds of weight loss, perhaps weary doctors are just giving up. National statistics show that only about half of obese Americans were advised by their doctors to cut down on fatty foods. The rate, from a 2006 survey, has not changed from a survey taken in 2002.

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April 24, 2010

Fatty Acids in Diet Affect Ulcerative Colitis Risk

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Reuters – People who eat lots of red meat, cook with certain types of oil, and use some kinds of polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA)-heavy margarines may be increasing their risk of a painful inflammatory bowel disease, a study in more than 200,000 Europeans shows.

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April 23, 2010

Consumption of Certain Fish During Pregnancy Associated With Poorer Cognitive Performance

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Children who eat fish more than 3 times per week show a worse performance in the general cognitive, executive and perceptual-manipulative areas. Those with higher levels of exposure to mercury show a generalised delay in cognitive, memory and verbal areas. Mercury is a contaminant found especially in oily fish and canned fish and to a lesser extent in white fish.

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