Whole Eggs Raise Levels of This Valuable Hormone

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GreenMedInfo Research Group Are you eating egg whites as a lean protein source? Eating whole eggs may be healthier and lead to greater benefits bodywide, including boosting levels of an important hormone. Image: Ben Kolde @ Unsplash

‘Superfuel’ – Your Definitive Guide to Dietary Fats

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Joseph Mercola The book, “Superfuel: Ketogenic Keys to Unlock the Secrets of Good Fats, Bad Fats, and Great Health,” delves into the science of dietary fats, providing specifics on how to discriminate between healthy and harmful ones The inner membrane of your mitochondria contains a component called cardiolipin, which needs to be saturated in the […]

Linoleic Acid: A Toxin Lurking in You

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Joseph Mercola Fats are the primary building block of your cell membranes. This is one of the reasons why eating the right types of fat is so important for your health and longevity While most nutritional experts blame the epidemic of chronic disease on the increase in sugar consumption, the role of sugar is relatively […]

What’s All the Noise About Coffee?

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Joseph Mercola The number of Americans drinking coffee in 2017 rose after a decline of the previous four years as gourmet brews gained popularity, especially among younger consumers A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled that coffee must carry a cancer warning under Proposition 65 as the brew contains acrylamide, a known carcinogen and […]

Ultra-Processed Food Intake is Associated with Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

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Alex E. Henney Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is associated with overweight/obesity, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes (T2D) due to chronic caloric excess and physical inactivity. Previous meta-analyses have confirmed associations between ultra-processed food (UPF) intake and obesity and T2D. We aim to ascertain the contribution of UPF consumption to the risk of developing […]

Diet, Food Cravings and Weight Loss

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A Midwestern Doctor Since this is a remarkably challenging topic, I have been working on this article, and this was one of the pieces that to write I also needed to solicit advice from numerous mentors. My goal here is to provide helpful perspectives on this subject you most likely have not come across before. […]

Very-Low-Carbohydrate Diet Enhances Human T-cell Immunity Through Immunometabolic Reprogramming

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Simon Hirschberger et al. Very-low-carbohydrate diet triggers the endogenous production of ketone bodies as alternative energy substrates. There are as yet unproven assumptions that ketone bodies positively affect human immunity. We have investigated this topic in an in vitro model using primary human T cells and in an immuno-nutritional intervention study enrolling healthy volunteers. We […]