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281. Hyperinsulinaemia The World’s Biggest Killer

By Michael Joseph, MSc This excellent report by Michael Joseph provides a wealth of information on hyperinsulinaemia/insulin resistance, which is crucial to understanding how and why most common chronic diseases develop. I am most grateful to Michael for permission to publish his article here. The original can be accessed here: http://nutritionadvance.com/hyperinsulinemia-insulin-resistance/ Background When we think […]

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267. The Salt Fix

The full title of this book by Dr James DINicolantonio is “The Salt Fix: Why the Experts Got it All Wrong and How Eating More Might Save Your Life”, which has just been published (1). I have been convinced for some time that the advice to reduce the intake of salt (sodium) was not based

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151. Praluent: New Cholesterol Drugs Get Riskier By The Day

This is a re-post of the article by Francois Lubbe of The Cholesterol Truth. I am most grateful to him for permission to post here. The original is available at http://www.thecholesteroltruth.com/praluent-cholesterol-drugs-side-effects-hypercholesterolemia/ Big Pharma seems intent in sticking to its backward way of thinking when it comes to cholesterol. So far their efforts, to create a

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131. The Banting Diet

William Banting was a London undertaker during the 19th century who in his later years suffered from obesity. Having tried various strategies he was advised to consume a diet which was low in sugar and other saccharine foods, which proved so successful that he decided to write a pamphlet describing his experience. This blog is

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38. The Health Benefits of Milk and Milk Products

Traditionally milk has been regarded as important with respect to nutrition because it is a source of calcium and several vitamins. However liquid milk consumption has suffered because of the competition other beverages such as sugar sweetened soft drinks and various forms of bottled water. In addition milk and/or milk products contain saturated fat, which

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