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  • BPA: The Toxic Obesity Story

    BPA: The Toxic Obesity Story

    As obesity rates continue to rise across the world, an overlooked chemical cocktail has researchers doing a double-take. Oftentimes referred to as a lifestyle and diet issue, obesity is now being linked to environmental pollutants, defined as obesogens, but particularly BPA, a chemical found in most popular plastics, bottles, and containers. Common...

  • Rebuttal to NY Times article: Culprit in Heart Disease Goes Beyond Meats Fat

    Rebuttal to NY Times article: Culprit in Heart Disease Goes Beyond Meats Fat

    Ok- so now we are being told it is not the fat and cholesterol in the meat that causes heart disease, rather it the compound TMAO, produced from an amino acid L Carnitine. In a study, published online in Nature Medicine, Dr. Stanley Hazen of The Cleveland Clinic found that after the consumption of red meat, there was increase in a chemical calle...

  • Mediterranean Diet Prevents Stroke & Heart Disease

    Mediterranean Diet Prevents Stroke & Heart Disease

    Groundbreaking research from the New England Journal of Medicine has recently discovered the power of the Mediterranean diet and the future health implications it has. According to the comprehensive study, 7500 participants were instructed to follow either a low-fat fare or indulge in the likes of fish, nuts, olive oil, meat, cheeses, eggs, yogu...

  • Consider the Many Health Benefits of Bacon

    Consider the Many Health Benefits of Bacon

    There are numerous reasons why bacon should be on your next grocery shopping list. Consuming bacon on a regular basis has been shown to lower blood pressure and blood sugar in the body. Besides adding loads of flavor, bacon also lowers or alleviates the effects of diabetes, heart disease and strokes. According to a study done at University of Alaba...

  • The Salerno Center Looks at Heavy Metal Chelation Therapy

    The Salerno Center Looks at Heavy Metal Chelation Therapy

    In 2007, it was found by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics that 61 percent of the top lipstick brands contained lead, with levels ranging up to .65 parts per million. Two years later in 2009, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) released a follow-up study with lead levels four times higher than the previous study. Perhaps you have never c...