Body Fat Link To Levels Of Bacteria In Feces Shows Possibility Of Explaining Inherited Obesity

Body Fat Link To Levels Of Bacteria In Feces Shows Possibility Of Explaining Inherited Obesity
Body Fat And Bacteria In Feces: How A Link May Show Us Where To Look For Inherited Obesity Connection A new study coming from the U.K. is showing that the composition of the bacteria found in human feces may influence the levels of dangerous types of fat we have in our bodies. The research could lead to breakthroughs on how and why obesity is passed along in families as well.… Read the rest

Deficient: One Of The Most Common Vitamin Deficiencies Is Also One Of The Most Frequently Misdiagnosed–And Easily Treated

Deficient: One Of The Most Common Vitamin Deficiencies Is Also One Of The Most Frequently Misdiagnosed–And Easily Treated
Vitamin B12 Deficiency: One Of The Most Frequently Misdiagnosed Conditions Could Also Be The Cause Of A Variety Of Maladies It’s hard to imagine, given the wide array of supplements and vitamin-enriched foods that we face every time we go to the grocery store that somehow, our ancestors managed to get everything they need to live and thrive living a hunting and foraging existence on the savannahs of Africa.… Read the rest

Eat Your Fat: Study Shows Full-Fat Diet Lower In Carbohydrates Better For Overall Health And Reduced Risk Of Diabetes

Eat Your Fat: Study Shows Full-Fat Diet Lower In Carbohydrates Better For Overall Health And Reduced Risk Of Diabetes
Long-Heeded Advice To Increase Health By Lowering Natural Fats Intake Debunked: Link Shown Between High Fat Diet And Reduced Risk Of Diabetes There are some things we hear so often they become not only a part of the tapestry of the culture, they become internalized in us as individuals–regardless of their truth. Some examples: Don’t swallow your gum; it stays in your stomach for seven years.… Read the rest

UK Researchers Say They Have Cracked The Final Piece Of The Diabetes Puzzle

UK Researchers Say They Have Cracked The Final Piece Of The Diabetes Puzzle
Targeting Diabetes: UK Team Cracks Code Of Diabetes Attack On The Body, Promising Slowing Or Even Eradicating The Disease. The immune system is a funny thing, and not funny “haha” either. Consider: You never think about it until it isn’t working right. And as soon as you become aware of aware of your immune system, how it operates or it’s supposed to operate, it is already doing something wrong.… Read the rest

Doctor Claims BPA Caused Him And His Colleagues To Contract Type-1 Diabetes

Doctor Claims BPA Caused Him And His Colleagues To Contract Type-1 Diabetes
Forget Hormone Disruptors–Now A Doctor Claims BPA Gave Him Diabetes. We’ve known about the dangers of bisphenol-A for a long time. The hormone disrupting quality of the once-popular component of water bottles, food cans and even children’s sippy cups has long been known to mimic estrogen, at least one male sex hormone, and thyroid hormones. As such it is known to be capable of disrupting bodily systems all over the place: it’s been connected to reproductive problems, developmental problems, brain damage and even cancer.… Read the rest

Cutting Fresh Fruit/Veggie Cost $1.50/Day to Save 200,000 Lives Over 15 Years Say Tufts, UK Researchers.

Cutting Fresh Fruit/Veggie Cost $1.50/Day to Save 200,000 Lives Over 15 Years Say Tufts, UK Researchers.
Lower prices for fruits and vegetables meant better health across the population, regardless of age, gender, race and ethnicity, lead researcher Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard, an academic clinical fellow at Imperial College in London, tells us. Researchers from the U.K. and Tufts University created a tool called the U.S. IMPACT Food Policy Model that included projections of U.S. demographics and cardiovascular death rates to 2030.… Read the rest

Antioxidant a Bread Boon to Diabetics: Lower Blood Sugar

Antioxidant a Bread Boon to Diabetics: Lower Blood Sugar
What if bread did not cause blood sugar to rise in diabetics? Although gluten might still be an issue, the opportunity to eat break without an unhealthy rise in blood sugar would be welcome to a lot of people. Professor Zhou Weibiao of  National University of Singapore have created a bread formula that does just that: by adding a plant pigment from black rice,  anthocyanin, they were able to slow digestion rates by 12.8% with just 1% anthrocyanin.… Read the rest