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It's Time To Retire Cholesterol Testing - There's No Such Thing As Bad Cholesterol
December 14, 2017 | JunkHealthcare | M.Torres
Today, it is estimated that 50 percent of the American population have cholesterol levels that fall outside the accepted healthy range, but who defines this range and under what testing protocols? Many medical professionals are starting to question the current standard of care when it comes to statin therapy, as these cholesterol-lowering medications may not benefit patient populations at all, and in fact may be harming them.

Declining Memory and Learning Deficits Linked To Canola Oil
December 12, 2017 | Toxins | N.Longo
After the public health scare in the 1970s over animal fats, sales of vegetable oils of all types increased. It was the established wisdom that those oils high in polyunsaturated fatty acids were especially beneficial. However, more research into vegetable oils continues to surface showing their damaging effects on health. A new study published online in the journal Scientific Reports shows that consumption of canola oil in the diet with worsened memory, worsened learning ability and weight gain.

The Microbiome In Your Body Thrives With Regular Physical Contact
December 11, 2017 | HumanBody | J.Richardson
Hugging helps the immune system, cures depression, reduces stress and induces sleep. Gut bacteria also appears to thrive with regular physical contact, suggests new sata that shows 'huddling' actions lead to a synchronised microbiome.

Consuming Allergens During Pregnancy Protects Babies Through Mum's Milk
December 6, 2017 | Breastfeeding | K.Foster
Consuming common allergens during pregnancy and breastfeeding could help protect against food allergies in children by passing on certain protective proteins through breast milk, say researchers.

Nothing Is 'Hard', Only Your Resistance ToIt
December 5, 2017 | Consciousness | A.Mathers
Fear is born out of uncertainty. We feel resistance, therefore, when we overcomplicate and over-exaggerate.

Does Your Diet Success Depend On Your DNA?
December 4, 2017 | Nutrition | K.Foster
Weight loss strategies are effective if they are customized to on an individual's biomarkers to use personalized nutrition to help people achieve greater weight loss success. We can add one more thing to the list of traits affected by genetics: how our bodies respond to a particular diet.

Psychedelic Renaissance Is Bringing An Era of Incredible Natural Medicine
December 1, 2017 | NaturalLiving | J.Battaglia
Every few years, there is a surge in scientific interest followed by breathless proclamations of the long-awaited psychedelic renaissance. It is now entering a new stage, with a series of startling insights gracing the pages of leading journals and clinical trials making progress.

Not The Amount, But Where Your Fat Is Stored Critical For Heart Attack, Stroke and Diabetes Risk
November 29, 2017 | YourWeight | A.McCarthy
During the past 20 years researchers have learned that people with apple-shaped bodies (fattest in the abdomen) have a greater risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke than those with pear shapes (fattest in the hips, buttocks, and thighs). The current study looked at the differences in fat distribution patterns among overweight and obese men and women and their associated cardiometabolic risk.

Researchers Discover How Antibiotic Power of Garlic Fights Chronic Infections
November 27, 2017 | Antioxidants | N.Longo
Garlic is probably nature's most potent food. It is one of the reasons people who eat the Mediterranean diet live such long healthy lives.An active sulphurous compound found in garlic can be used to fight robust bacteria in patients with chronic infections, a new study from the University of Copenhagen indicates.

New Genetically Modified Tomatoes May Soon Hit The Marketplace
November 23, 2017 | GMO | N.Longo
Tomatoes were one of the first commercially available genetically modified (GM) crops ever. GM tomatoes are about to make a comeback in 2018 as Chinese and French researchers reveal details of how they genetically-engineered tomatoes to boost vitamins and other nutrients.

Cannabis Can End The Use of Prescription Pain Killers
November 21, 2017 | ManagingPain | M.Torres
Opioid prescriptions have jumped 300 percent in the last decade and they are the most commonly prescribed drugs on the market. They are the most dangerous and addictive drugs that often lose effectiveness with long-term use. Now a new study conducted by researchers at The University of New Mexico, involving medical cannabis and prescription opioid use among chronic pain patients, found a distinct connection between having the ability to use cannabis and significant reductions in opioid use.


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