The Age of Metabolic Syndrome – Inflammatory Fat Is Worse Than Obesity

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A global survey in 2016 said the ratio of obese adults had more than doubled in the 40 years since 1975. Of about five billion adults alive in 2014, 641 million were obese. Despite efforts from government agencies and the population at large, the upwards trend seem set to continue.

According to research presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Vienna on May 23rd 2018, 22 percent of people in ...

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A Pre-agricultural Diet Promises More Than Immunomodulators in Multiple Sclerosis and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

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Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating autoimmune neurodegenerative disease of the central nervous system that affects the brain and spinal cord. Autoimmune means that defenses in the body that normally protect us from infections get confused, attacking the person’s own tissues. According to Dr. Ricardo Buzó and Dr. Jorge Correale, experts in this disease, “myelin is the object of attack in multiple sclerosis, which is like the rubber coating of a cable. In this analogy the rubber ...

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Amazing Health Journey: Interview with Mikhaila Peterson at SOTT Radio Network

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My friend Doug and I had the chance to interview Mikhaila Peterson for the ‘Health and Wellness’ show on the SOTT Radio Network. It was among the most outstanding stories I ever heard! Very inspiring!

Mikhaila Peterson is daughter of Psychologist Jordan Peterson, and she shared with us her truly amazing recovery from serious health issues. Since she was a very young girl, Mikhaila was plagued by rheumatoid arthritis, severe depression and chronic fatigue among other ...

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The health program for Alzheimer’s disease that mainstream treatment fails to surpass

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According to the World Health Organization, the total number of people with dementia worldwide in 2015 is estimated at 47.5 million. The total number of new cases of dementia each year worldwide is nearly 7.7 million, implying 1 new case every 4 seconds. The number of people with dementia is expected to increase to 75.6 million in 2030 and 135.5 million in 2050. These figures are almost twice the rate of projected population growth over that ...

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Aerotoxic Syndrome – Finding help and relief

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A few years ago, I received the following e-mail:

Wow… nice article on the ketogenic diet. Here is something you may wish to sink your teeth into… and maybe even be a help…

In late 2010 and early 2011 I inhaled fumes containing organophosphates through oil leaks in an engine. I have suffered incredible pain, ...

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Interview for the book “Vive l’alimentation cétogène!”

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Vive_l_alimentation_ce_toge_ne__c1_largeAlix Lefief is a French journalist and author who wrote a book with Dr. Alexandra Dalu on the ketogenic diet for éditions Leduc. The book was published recently under the title “Vive l’alimentation cétogène!” and it is an excellent resource for the French speaking world wanting to learn more about this subject. Alix asked me some questions for the book which can ...

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It’s official – Time to drop hazardous low fat guidelines

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The history of the national conviction that dietary fat is deadly, and its evolution from hypothesis to dogma, is one in which politicians, bureaucrats, the media, and the public have played as large a role as the scientists and the science.

~ Gary Taubes

Finally someone from the conventional world of nutrition has stepped forward to state the obvious: Swedish expert committee: A low-carb diet is most effective for weight loss. Mainstream guidelines can no longer ignore ...

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The Ketogenic Diet – An Overview

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Ketosis is an often misunderstood subject. Its presence is thought to be equal to starvation or a warning sign of something going wrong in your metabolism. But nothing could be farther from the truth, except if you are an ill-treated type 1 diabetic person.[1] Ketones – contrary to popular belief and myth – are a much needed and essential healing energy source in our cells that comes from the normal metabolism of fat.

The entire body uses ketones in a more ...

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Heart attacks, CFS, herpes virus infection and the vagus nerve

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I came across upon some very interesting research regarding the vagus nerve and chronic viral infections. This happened almost the exact same day someone very close to me had a heart attack shortly after a herpes virus infection. He is now out of danger and well into recovery, but his words stayed with me: “I think the herpes virus got a hold of my vagus nerve and that is why I had a heart attack”. I thought to myself, it ...

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Detoxifying the Body, Mind and Soul: A Holistic Approach

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Environmental toxicity  is absolutely everywhere. There are disturbing levels of man-made chemicals in wildlife, fish, waters, plants, even in the frozen Arctic. Household cleaning products, kitchenware, house insulations, carpet outgases, paints, solvents, insecticides, greases, lawn mower, gas water heater, heated car engine, gas dryer, wallboards, pressed wood, plywood, wallpaper, mattresses, pillows… You name it, and it has a toxic chemical. And it is not one or two toxic chemicals. Take for instance carpet emissions, which emanate over 200 volatile organic ...

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