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Win-Win Dietary Solutions to the Climate Crisis

  “Win-Win Dietary Solutions to the Climate Crisis” Scientists have a clear moral obligation to clearly warn humanity of any catastrophic threat and to tell it like it is. In November 2019, more than 11,000 scientists from 150 countries clearly and unequivocally declared that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency. CO2 levels are rising,…

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The Scientific Consensus on a Healthy Diet

  “The Scientific Consensus on a Healthy Diet” About a decade ago, the American Heart Association expressed concern that their “2020 target of improving cardiovascular health by 20 percent by 2020 [would] not be reached if current trends continue[d].” By 2006, most people were already not smoking and had nearly achieved their goal of exercise.…

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What Is the Optimal Diet?

  “What is the Optimal Diet?” England has been keeping mortality statistics since 1665, when yes, one person fell down some stairs and died, but in that week, nearly 4,000 people died of the plague. Today, the modern plague is heart disease, the #1 killer of men and women, but it wasn’t always this way.…

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Dietary Guidelines: “Eat as Little Dietary Cholesterol as Possible”

  “Dietary Guidelines: ‘Eat as Little Dietary Cholesterol as Possible’” From this 2020 systematic review on the effects of egg consumption on cholesterol, here are the results of more than 50 randomized controlled trials, nearly all of which point in the direction of greater LDL blood cholesterol with greater egg intake. And that’s just looking…

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Eat More Calories in the Morning to Lose Weight

“Eat More Calories in the Morning to Lose Weight” Mice are nocturnal creatures. They eat during the night and sleep during the day. If, however, you just feed mice during the day, they gain more weight than if you feed them a similar amount of calories at night. Same food, about the same amount of…

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How to Help Control Cancer Metastasis with Diet

“How to Control Cancer Metastasis with Diet” “Metastasis is the leading cause of cancer-[related death].” Cancer kills because cancer spreads. For example, the five-year survival rate for women with localized breast cancer is nearly 99 percent, but that drops to just 27 percent in those with metastasized cancer. Yet “our ability to effectively treat metastatic…

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Benefits of Cumin and Saffron for Weight Loss

“Benefits of Cumin and Saffron for Weight Loss” In my video, “Benefits of Black Cumin for Weight Loss,” a total of 17 randomized controlled trials showed that the simple spice could reduce cholesterol and triglycerides. And the side effects? A weight-loss effect. Saffron is another spice found to be effective for treating a major cause…

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Keto Diets: Muscle Growth & Bone Density

“Keto Diets: Muscle Growth and Bone Density” An official International Society of Sports Nutrition position paper covering keto diets notes the erotic effects of keto diets on both high and low-intensity workouts. Ergolytic is the opposite of ergogenic. Ergogenic means performance-boosting, whereas ergolytic means athletic-performance impairing. For nonathletes, ketosis may also undermine exercise efforts. Ketosis…

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Fruits and Vegetables Put to the Test for Boosting Mood

\Fruits and Vegetables Put to the Test for Boosting Mood There are two components of psychological health the absence of mental health. Disorders such as depression as? Well as the existence of positive psychological well? Being That’s the focus of an emerging field of? Positive psychology focuses on happiness, life, satisfaction, and flourishing, which may…

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Benefits of Fasting for Weight Loss Put to the Test

“Benefits of Fasting for Weight Loss Put to the Test” I talked about the benefits of calorie restriction. Well, the greatest caloric restriction is no calories at all. Fasting has been branded the “next big weight loss fad” but has a long history throughout various spiritual traditions, practiced by Moses, Jesus, Muhammed, and Buddha. In…

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Better to Exercise Before or After Meals for Weight Loss and Blood Sugar Control?

“Better to Work Out Before or After Meals for Weight Loss and Blood Sugar Control?” A systematic review and meta-analysis on exercise timing for fat metabolism found that exercising in a completely fasted the state may work best. The Japanese team that published some of the seminal work in this area went as far as…

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Evidence-Based Weight Loss: Live Presentation

Why don’t we give a big, warm welcome to Dr. Michael Greger? [Applause] Surely, if there was some safe, simple, side-effect-free solution to the obesity epidemic, we would know about it by now, right? I’m not so sure. It may take up to 17 years before research findings make it into day-to-day clinical practice. To…

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