Thursday, March 25, 2010

Does Cholesterol really matter?

Audio: Author Nora Gedgaudas welcomes back Colleen Dunseth, educational director for the Nutritional Therapy Association to talk about Type 1 Diabetes and how certain nutritional principles and strategies can make a major difference in how one manages this disease. It may not be what you think you know!

Anti-Aging:  The roadblock that is the FDA.

Aging and Degeneration of the Innate Immune System 

Video: Doug Kaufmann spends 30 minutes on nutritional approaches to women's issues. Click on Thursday under the video box. (This link is good for just a few days.)

Mediterranean diet tied to fertility treatment success.

Dr. Michael R. Eades, an M.D. who blogs about nutritional science, presents his 2009 Bestseller list of books purchased via his blog. Top on the list is The Vegetarian Myth. Dr. Eades writes: 
The number one winner going away was Lierre Kieth’s brilliant The Vegetarian Myth.  If you haven’t read it, grab a copy ASAP.  For those of you who don’t know, Lierre was recently the victim of an assault at a San Francisco reading.  Masked thugs came out from behind the stage and smashed her in the head and face with pies laced with cayenne pepper.  After the assault took place, while Lierre was trying to get the burning pepper out of her eyes, the audience (of mainly vegetarians) cheered.  It was truly disgusting.  Richard Nikoley and Tom Naughton reported on the assault here and here.  Jimmy Moore has a  interview with Lierre about the attack here. Tom Naughton proposes a rationale for such behavior here.

Longevity: MORE health benefits of coffee.

Six more reasons waistlines are expanding.

Epidemic of Vitamin D deficiency sweeping the world.

Just walking three times a week slashes death rate risk by 60 percent.

The Last Supper has been "super-sized." "The food portions depicted in paintings of the Last Supper have grown larger - in line with our own super-sizing of meals, say obesity experts."

A Low-Carber struggles with hyperinsulinemia. More here and here.

No more Pepsi at school?

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