Jimmy Moore shares his 12 favorite healthy high-fat foods perfect for being successful at losing weight through nutritional ketosis.
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Each of these vegetables has the ability of creating the anti-cancer enzyme called "myrosinase". This enzyme does not only have anti-cancer properties that prevent the development of cancer cells, but it also help the liver in the detoxification of the body and generally affects the strengthening of the human immune system.
A thyroid expert, Dr. Richard L. Shames, M.D. says many doctors don't check Vitamin D levels. Without enough Vitamin D, the Thyroid makes less Thyroid Hormone and what is made doesn't bind correctly to cells in the body. 2,000 IU of Vitamin D3 are recommended to restore a well-functioning Thyroid.
A cow can get penicillin without a prescription in most parts of Canada, unlike humans who have to see their doctors first.
This is such good news!
I know this probably isn't the healthiest thing to eat, sugar, Karo Syrup, etc. -- But hubby loves Pecan Pie.
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The benefits of eating nuts include better heart health and a lower risk of metabolic syndrome.
A recent study revealed that nut eaters gain several health benefits compared to non-nut eaters, including lower weight and systolic blood pressure, decreased waist circumference, and a lower risk of diabetes and metabolic syndrome
Nuts are excellent sources of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, and they can boost your heart health and your overall health
Choose nuts that are organic and raw; avoid those that are irradiated, pasteurized or coated in sugar
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A new study suggests that caffeine can help control the tremors, movement difficulties, and motor dysfunctions that are typical of Parkinson's sufferers.
We already know that drinking coffee and other caffeinated beverages can lessen a person’s overall risk for getting Parkinson’s disease, but what if a person already suffers from it?
A new study from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre in Canada, published in Neurology, suggests that caffeine can help control the tremors, movement difficulties, and motor dysfunctions that are typical of Parkinson’s sufferers. Medical News Today reports:
“This is one of the first studies to show the benefits of caffeine on motor impairment in people who have Parkinson’s disease,” stated Dr. Ronald Postuma, lead author of the study, a researcher in neurosciences at the RI MUHC, and Professor of Medicine in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University. “Research has already shown that people who drink coffee have a lower risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, but until now no study had looked at the immediate clinical implications of this finding.”
The study involved 61 people with Parkinson’s disease. The experimental group received a 100 mg dose of caffeine two times a day for the first three weeks, and then had their dosage upped to two 200 mg pills a day for another three weeks. The control group followed the same dosage schedule, but with placebo pills.
Dr. Postuma’s results showed that “the people who received caffeine supplements experienced an improvement in their motor symptoms (a five-point improvement on the Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale, a rating scale used to measure the severity of the disease) over those who received the placebo.”
While a larger-scale study is needed, this new data could indicate a new, semi-natural treatment option for the debilitating symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, offering relief to millions of people around the world.
In a mouse model of Cockayne syndrome, scientists claim to have found evidence that brain aging can be postponed if the mice are fed a high-fat diet.
For some reason, I just find it hard to believe that this would be the same in people as mice.