I found this interview about sugar by Ty Bollinger quite interesting. With fast food, junk food, and the lack of good options out there for us, it’s no wonder that we’re a society that is getting less and less healthy. (1)
Look, this interview isn’t just for those that may be a little overweight, this is for EVERYONE that wants to make better choices in what they put in their body on a regular basis.
Watch the YouTube interview with Susan Peirce Thompson. (1)
There are articles and evidence that show good research that we may be able to…
Dr. William Li Cancer Researcher: presents a new way to think about treating cancer and other diseases: anti-angiogenesis, preventing the growth of blood vessels that feed a tumor.
The crucial first (and best) step: Eating cancer-fighting foods that cut off the supply lines and beat cancer at its own game.
When angiogenesis is out of balance, a myriad of diseases result. For example, insufficient angiogenesis — not enough blood vessels — leads to wounds that don’t heal, heart attacks, legs without circulation, death from stroke, nerve damage. Continue reading →
Article by: Georgia Ede MD
Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease Is Easier Than You Think
Science shines new light on root cause of memory problems.
Do you have Insulin Resistance?
If you don’t know, you’re not alone. This is perhaps the single most important question any of us can ask about our physical and mental health—yet most patients, and even many doctors, don’t know how to answer it.
Here in the U.S., insulin resistance has reached epidemic proportions: more than half of us are now insulin resistant. Insulin resistance is a hormonal condition that sets the stage throughout the body for inflammation and overgrowth, disrupts normal cholesterol and fat metabolism, and gradually destroys our ability to process carbohydrates.
Insulin resistance puts us at high risk for many undesirable diseases, including obesity, heart disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes.
Scarier still, researchers now understand that insulin resistance is a powerful force in the development of Alzheimer’s Disease. Continue reading →