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  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil: the Main Science-based Health Benefits

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil: the Main Science-based Health Benefits





    Today, there is a lot of talk about the benefits of olive oil for health and even for life extension. It is worth noting that people often confuse the extension of life with the extension of old age. Life extension is possible mainly due to the extension of youth.

    After all, aging is an annual increase in the probability of dying from age-related disease. And if the probability of dying decreases, then aging slows down. Youth is prolonged.

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    Last edited by Rolf Pettersen; 11-14-2020, 11:50 AM.

  • Keto Diet Vs Atkins Diet: What is the Difference?

    Keto Diet Vs Atkins Diet: What is the Difference?









    1959. The anti-fat campaign is gaining momentum. Ansel Keyes has just launched the Seven Countries Study. His task is to prove that saturated fat is to blame for the epidemic of cardiovascular diseases.

    Young cardiologist Robert Atkins starts a private practice in New York.

    Atkins before the Atkins diet weighs 220 pounds (100 kg), lethargic and stunted. He decides to get ahold of himself, studies scientific literature.
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    Last edited by Claudia Allen; 11-12-2020, 06:33 AM.

  • 9 Facts About the HARM of Soy Protein Isolate - Based on Science

    9 Facts About the HARM of Soy Protein Isolate - Based on Science





    The expansion of soy and its derivatives to the world market began in the 1990s. At that time, and still today, it was advertised as a revolutionary product - an alternative to meat with numerous health benefits.

    The revolutionary product promised to lower cholesterol, ease the course of menopause in women, protect against breast and prostate cancer, and solve the problem of protein deficiency in the diet of vegetarians.


    Years later, scientists
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  • Psychology of Keto. How Does It Feel to Live in Ketosis?

    Psychology of Keto. How Does It Feel to Live in Ketosis?





    I've been trying to write something like this for a long time. But I just have no free time. Here I just had a vacation - it was both stressful and relaxing.

    Also, due to the long break in the keto mode, I still realized for myself what is the difference between the perception of life on keto and on a usual diet (a high-carb diet).


    I realized that the ketogenic diet changes not only eating behavior and eating habits. It changes life, no
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  • Is Cholesterol in Food Really Dangerous? What Science Says

    Is Cholesterol in Food Really Dangerous? What Science Says





    Cholesterol is a naturally occurring fatty alcohol found exclusively in animal products. Cholesterol is necessary for the body. The cholesterol content in the diet of healthy people is not only safe but also necessary.

    Cholesterol is found exclusively in food of animal origin. About 80% of the cholesterol in the human body is produced by the liver. And only 20% comes from food — from outside.

    The daily requirement for cholesterol is only 0.5
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  • Top 8 Health Benefits of Red Caviar - Based on Science

    Top 8 Health Benefits of Red Caviar - Based on Science






    Red caviar is the caviar of salmon breeds of fish (trout, chum salmon, sockeye salmon, salmon). It contains a number of valuable vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and polyunsaturated fatty acids.

    Regular consumption of caviar is associated with a high life expectancy.

    Less common are pathologies from the heart and blood vessels, as well as the endocrine, nervous, hematopoietic, and immune systems.





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    Last edited by Claudia Allen; 11-08-2020, 06:43 AM.

  • The Immune System - How the Keto Diet Affects Immunity: Modern Research, My Experience, and Tips






    How does the keto diet affect the immune system and does it affect it at all? What research is there on this topic?

    Research, experience, and tips for those who have decided to start the keto diet and are thinking about their immunity.







    The effect of the keto diet on viral diseases. Research by scientists

    Keto as a means of fighting viruses

    In this part of the article, I will
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    Last edited by Maria Bates; 11-07-2020, 10:14 AM.

  • How Do You Know if You Are Lactose Intolerant?

    How Do You Know if You Are Lactose Intolerant?




    When you eat dairy products, the body receives milk sugar - lactose. To break it down, a special enzyme is produced — lactase. It breaks down sugar into two parts — glucose and galactose, which enter the blood.

    The gene responsible for the production of this enzyme is found in almost all peoples who, due to their history, were engaged in cattle breeding and consumed dairy products.

    For example, more than 90% of Dutch, Swedish, and Australian people
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  • Do You Really Need Vitamins for Longevity?

    Do You Really Need Vitamins for Longevity?









    Deficiencies of vitamins B12, D3, and K2 (MK-7) are common and
    ​​​and related to longevity, but deficiencies of other vitamins are rare.

    Although there are conditions when other vitamins are necessary but in the context of modern nutrition, it is unlikely that this need will be relevant. So, vitamin C is needed by seafarers who do not have fresh fruits or vegetables, and scurvy can begin.

    Scurvy is a disease
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 11-06-2020, 04:21 AM.

  • Does the Keto Diet Hurt Your Liver? Personal Experience

    Does the Keto Diet Hurt Your Liver? Personal Experience





    “Will the liver fall off because of fat?", people like to ask those who eat butter and lard. I'll tell what happened to my liver when I switched to keto with a diagnosis of hepatitis C.

    In 2014 I did not feel very well for a month and decided to go through several examinations and pass a couple of tests.


    I got results and was shocked: ALT and AST ( liver enzymes - indicators of the state of this organ) exceed normal values by 8-9
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    Last edited by Kevin Bool; 11-04-2020, 11:46 AM.
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  • Breastfeeding Nearly Halves the Mother's Future Risk of Developing Diabetes
    by Barbara Radcliffe





    The benefits of breastfeeding for both parties involved in it have long been known: for example, it reduces the risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer in the mother, and in the infant, it helps the proper formation of the immune system.

    But nothing has been said about the role of breastfeeding in reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes. Now such evidence has appeared, and this is another argument in favor of the type of feeding
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  • High Cholesterol: How to Understand It and Should You Worry About Having High Cholesterol?
    by Gregg Hewitt



    Why does the body need cholesterol if it's so bad?



    The word "Cholesterol" is still a scary totem in the world of health. Want to scare someone who is interested in health and nutrition?

    Then ominously say "Cholesterol!" in their presence. People will immediately have associations with death, heart attack, cancer, and any other horrors.

    And the phrase "High cholesterol" generally crushes a weak psyc
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    12-01-2020, 05:48 PM
  • Want to Live Longer? How 7-8 Hours of Sleep Affect Our Life Expectancy
    by Antony Convey




    Nothing destroys a person's immunity so much and does not shorten a person's life expectancy as a constant lack of sleep.

    Sleep not less than 7-8 hours a day guarantees to extend the average lifespan.




    Sleep quality significantly affects a person's lifespan

    Scientists were able to reliably establish that nothing affects the reduction in life expectancy like a lack of sleep.

    During sleep, the amount of dopamine
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    12-01-2020, 08:40 AM
  • To Live Healthy and Longer, We Should Stop Using Sunflower Oil
    by Barbara Radcliffe




    Sunflower oil consists of more than half of linoleic acid. The content of fatty acids in sunflower oil (in%): stearic 1.6-4.6, palmitic 3.5-6.4, myristic up to 0.1, arachidonic 0.7-0.9, oleic 24-40, linoleic 46-62, linolenic up to 1. Of the polyunsaturated fatty acids, sunflower oil contains only 1% of omega-3 acids, and Omega-6-unsaturated fatty acids prevail.


    It is in the linoleic acid of sunflower oil that there is a huge potential harm to heal
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    11-30-2020, 11:29 AM
  • Not All Vitamins Are Good for Your Health
    by Antony Convey



    It is generally accepted that vitamins are useful. This is perceived as an axiom that does not require proof. Have you ever wondered why and for what purpose we take various vitamin and mineral complexes offered to us by the pharmaceutical industry?


    Just because we were forced to think about their usefulness? Or for a speedy recovery from colds and flu?


    But under normal circumstances, with a normal diet, people do not experience vitamin defi
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    11-29-2020, 07:44 AM
  • Should You Overpay for Grass-Fed Meat?
    by Antony Convey





    Let's see if grass-fed beef is really better than grain-fed beef.

    Today Black and Aberdeen Angus are among the most popular beef breeds in the world. Such gobies graze in the pasture for about a year, and then they are sent to the so-called feedlots.

    To get the favorite marbled beef of many - with white streaks of fat in the muscles, from which the meat melts in the mouth - cows are kept in tight feedlots, they move little.
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    11-28-2020, 06:32 AM
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