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  • Saturated animal fats slow down the pace of aging

    Saturated animal fats slow down the pace of aging

    Saturated animal fats regulate immune system
    Cholesterol can play a decisive role in the regulation of immune system - in particular, it directly and positively affects the activation of T-cells. In this regard, the question arises - prolonged therapy with drugs to lower cholesterol can cause a strong decrease in immune system. This is very important for elderly people who already have immune system rapidly weakening with age. Therefore, people with lower cholesterol are more likely to get...
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  • What is Keto Diet - a Detailed Guide for Beginners in Simple Terms

    What is Keto Diet - a Detailed Guide for Beginners in Simple Terms

    The ketogenic diet is a dietary approach that is fundamentally different from a typical diet. At the same time, it is useful both for losing weight and for treating many chronic diseases.

    The ketogenic or keto diet is a low-carb diet with moderate protein intake and high fat intake - the liver begins to stably produce ketone bodies (ketones) from fat. Ketones are an energy source for body cells, especially for the brain. The state of such effective fat burning is called ketosis.
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 09-14-2020, 12:47 PM.

  • How sugar producers made us believe that fat is dangerous and sugar isn't

    How sugar producers made us believe that fat is dangerous and sugar isn't



    America is facing a sharp rise in cardiovascular disease in the 1960s. The two main suspects are fat and sugar. An "investigation" is underway against both. In particular, Ansel Kiz studies the harms of saturated fat and cholesterol (diet heat hypothesis).

    John Hickson, one of the cones of the sweet world, pays attention to this work and decides to shift the focus from sugar to fat. Soon the Sugar Research Foundation (now The Sugar Association) finds scientists
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 04-07-2020, 12:04 PM.

  • A high-fat diet helps lose 2-3 times more body weight than a low-fat diet

    A high-fat diet helps lose 2-3 times more body weight than a low-fat diet



    Saturated animal fats with moderate consumption (20-30% of the diet) can slow down aging, make it easier to lose weight, reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, reduce the risk of malignant tumors, strengthen the immune system, prolong the life of older people, but this still needs to be proved.

    In any case, for mice, this is proven. But heart disease and obesity are caused not by fat, but by sugar.





    Healthy saturated animal fat...
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 07-28-2020, 11:16 AM.

  • Chris Pratt lost 36kg/80 pounds thanks to a low-carb diet

    Chris Pratt lost 36kg/80 pounds thanks to a low-carb diet











    The actor quickly realized that the basis of a healthy lifestyle - nutrition, and even the most exhausting workouts will not be able to radically change the situation. Remarkably, Pratt did not limit himself in the amount of food - he ate 4,000 kcal a day.



    Click to see Video: Chris Pratt shares his new diet




    Chris was serious about the quality of food - gaining calories...
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 05-05-2020, 12:43 PM.

  • Queen Elizabeth II - how Keto diet helps become the longest-reigning UK monarch



    If you follow the news then you probably paid attention to the extraordinary vivacity and vitality of the British queen Elizabeth II.

    At the age of 93, she continues to elegantly fulfill her royal duties - for example, accepting resignations and appointments of prime ministers, regularly attending public events, managing the affairs of her crowned family, meeting with her cast - in general, she remains the true queen.


    And it seems that she is not going to...
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 06-03-2020, 06:32 PM.

  • How Keto Diet differs from protein diets (Dukan, Atkinson etc.)

    How Keto Diet differs from protein diets (Dukan, Atkinson etc.)




    The most common question is how the keto diet differs from Dukan, Atkinson and other low-carb diets. In fact, there is a chasm between such diets. The lion's share of carbohydrate-free diets involve calorie restriction.

    Simply put, you stop eating sugar and starch, instead you put on lettuce leaves, drink dew and breathe a rainbow. For a long time no normal person can stand such a thing, hunger and irritation grow, after a few days or weeks you break down, you start
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 04-06-2020, 09:38 AM.

  • Which food is harmful - sugar or fat?

    Which food is harmful - sugar or fat?



    Which food is more delicious - sweet or fatty? Which food does more harm? In recent years, biochemists and physiologists have found unexpected answers to these questions.

    This is a shameful pleasure familiar to everyone when you drink a cold, sweet, firm cocktail through a pipe and you can’t stop even taking a breath. What makes us drink it certainly more than permissible: a sweet taste or a delicate creamy texture? This is the question posed by Anaad O’Connor of
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  • Sugar makes us old or how to keep a youthful face and clarity of your thought





    Mechanisms for increasing life expectancy are now being studied far and wide. Aging is not a story about wrinkles, pigmentation and flabbiness of the skin (all this is more of a consequence).

    This is a complex systemic process that starts inside the body. And the task of the biohacker to detect these codes as early as possible, crack them and make reversible. Nutrition in this case is one of the most powerful tools.

    First of all, ketobiohackers
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    Last edited by Lucas Ronan; 09-22-2020, 11:38 AM.

  • Statins Can Accelerate Aging

    Statins Can Accelerate Aging

    Scientists have found that drugs to prevent cardiovascular disease have a bad effect on our stem cells, an internal system of self-regulation and body repair that repairs damage to our organs and protects us from pain in muscles and joints, as well as from memory loss.



    Think very well before taking statins as a preventative medicine. A specialist therapist in the field said: “These medicines simply make many patients feel older than they are. Side effects mimic the aging...
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  • The Keto Diet - a Diet for Longevity? What Science Says
    by Deborah Carbine





    For nearly a hundred years, scientists have been researching a method to slow down aging by reducing dietary calorie intake.

    Experiments on a variety of organisms, from yeast to rhesus monkeys, have shown that life expectancy can be increased if energy consumption is reduced by 10–30%.

    The mechanisms of this phenomenon are still under discussion, but it seems that it is based on a shift in metabolic processes from carbohydrate metabolism
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    02-21-2021, 02:17 PM
  • For the First Time, the WHO Recommended Physical Activity for Those Who Sit a Lot
    by Deborah Carbine




    A sedentary lifestyle, compounded by the pandemic's quarantine, increases the likelihood of premature death. However, this harm to health can be compensated for by increased physical activity, experts from the World Health Organization write.

    The advice to lead a more active lifestyle and spend more time on exercise to maintain health is hardly a medical breakthrough, but this is the first time such advice is being made at the level of the World Health Organization.
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    02-21-2021, 08:42 AM
  • Propolis (Bee Glue): Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Antiviral and Antioxidant Properties
    by Deborah Carbine






    Bee glue (PROPOLIS) has been used for medicinal purposes since ancient times. In modern scientific medicine, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, antileishmanial, immuno-modulating, and other properties of propolis have been determined.

    Due to these properties, propolis dosage forms have been successfully used in the treatment of burn wounds, otitis media, Peyronie's disease, lung diseases, viral diseases of the genitourinary
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    02-20-2021, 09:12 PM
  • Emanuel Revici - a 101-year-old Doctor Who Cured Cancer and Other Serious Incurable Diseases
    by Antony Convey


    Emanuel Revici, MD, was born in 1898 and died in 1998 at the age of 101


    Since then, as doctors learned to separate the symptoms of cancer from the manifestations of other diseases, it is perceived as perhaps the most formidable disease for people.

    Although medicine is constantly evolving, and oncology also has its own achievements, the methods of chemotherapy and radiation therapy used in medical institutions do not help everyone.

    Moreover,
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    02-20-2021, 12:13 PM
  • Bowel Movement on Keto: Everything You Need to Know About Defecation When You Are on a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet
    by Antony Convey










    It is tempting to hide in this text behind jokes like “shit happens” and “princesses don't poop”. But if you ignore the topic of bowel movements, then you can skip serious health problems.

    Let's not be prudes! We suggest learning how to read about the health of the body by color, consistency, and other distinctive features of feces.







    How often do you poop?
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    02-15-2021, 09:31 AM
  • Vitamins for Maintaining Muscle Mass and Muscle Function in the Elderly
    by Antony Convey






    Muscle mass begins to decline after age 30 at a rate of 3% per decade. It seems to be a trifle and at this age is completely invisible. After 50, muscle loss is about 1% of skeletal muscle mass each year and upon reaching the age of 60, this process accelerates significantly.

    Even more annoying, there is less muscle and more fatty tissue. Between the ages of 30 and 60, the average person annually loses 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg) of muscle and instead
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    02-09-2021, 08:30 AM
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