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What’s Making Us Fat and Sick?

Is sugar evil? Here I examine why sugar and other high glycemic carbohydrates have been eviscerated, and examine if this is deserved. A nation now eating 20+ times the amount of sugar than in the late 19th century, with a concomitant spike in obesity, needs to know the truth.

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The Supersizers: “The Men Who Made Us Fat”, Episode 2 of 3

This is the Episode that all parents need to watch, for although supersizing has made us dangerously overweight, the new generation may be the first with a lower life expectancy than their parents. Consumption taxes may be on the way, but – surprise – the food industry is fighting back.

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9 Ways to Fight Diabesity with The Blood Sugar Solution

Dr. Mark Hyman has reduced the price of this Blood Sugar Solution, a comprehensive, multi-tiered approach to fighting diabesity — the pernicious combination of diabetes and obesity that Dr. Hyman believes afflicts nearly 50% of Americans, most of whom are completely unaware. At the very least, get up to speed on this!

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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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Dr. Oz on Preventing Breast Cancer (Watch Video)

Doing three things can subtantially help reduce the chances of breast cancer, or any cancer: 1. Reduce weight if overweight; 2. Reduce saturated fat consumption; 3. Eat more green leafy vegetables. Being overweight or eating saturated fat mess with your hormone balance and can lead to “turning on” cancer cells. Eating green leafy vegetables can help cleanse the liver of toxins.

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One Less Cookie = 10 Less Pounds

The basic formula for gaining and losing weight is well known: a pound of fat equals 3,500 calories. That simple equation has fueled the widely accepted notion that weight loss does not require daunting lifestyle changes but “small changes that add up,” as the first lady, Michelle Obama, put it last month in announcing a national plan to counter childhood obesity.

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