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Is Meat Good For You? 8 Experts Chew On It, 4 Spit It Out

Most of us eat the way our parents did. Mostly, that means eating meat. For many years, the medical establishment told us that meat eaters aren’t as healthy and will not live as long as vegetarians. Some smart people of the Paleo persuasion are challenging this contention. Are they right? Do you care?

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Behavior and Epigenetics – The Surprising Reasons Your Kids Care About Your Genetics

If you have a sweet tooth, are overweight, have kids, want to have kids, or just simply have genes, read (and watch) this how Hank Green and I weave together a tale about sugar, obesity, behavior and epigenetics.

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Sugar is a Toxin, say Three Celebrity Doctors. Watch the Interviews.

CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta interviews President Clinton and sugar expert, Dr. Robert Lustig to get behind the sugar, obesity and heart disease epidemics plaguing America. Could they be related? Tips on how to reduce your sugar consumption.

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The Diabesity Epidemic – It May Be Coming to You

Have you heard of “diabesity”? Well, your doctor hasn’t either, and yet you have a 50% chance of having it. Here’s what it is, 7 warning signs, and a discussion of how nuts can help.

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Eat Fiber, Live Longer, Healthier too! Watch

Dr. Hyman, a recent government study, and health practitioners everywhere extol the virtues of fiber. Reducing the incidence of cancer, heart disease, high cholesterol and blood sugar are a few of the benefits. Learn how to eat more of it.

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Cardiovascular Health Ain’t Hard

Just Do What You’re (Grand)Parents Did… And Supplement Too ACCORDING TO the American Heart Association, Cardiovascular diseases are the No. 1 cause of death in the United States. In 2006 about 80,000,000 people in the United States had one or more forms of cardiovascular disease. The U.S. population in 2006 was approximately 298,444,215. So, nearly 27% of […]

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