Dr Hallberg’s Response and Aspirin is Good for Cancer

I get so much stuff in my inboxes that I want to comment on and can never find the time.  I’ve decided to make a short video where I can rant into the camera and not have to write a long post.  Hope you enjoy it.

Reply to “Utility of Unrefined Carbohydrates in Type 2 Diabetes. Comment on Reversing Type 2 Diabetes: A Narrative Review of the Evidence – Dr Hallberg with the smackdown setting the record straight.

Exercise offers protection against Alzheimer’s – Turns out exercise isn’t just good for your body but your brain as well.

Parkinson’s: New study associates oxidative stress with the spreading of aberrant proteins – What’s the easiest way to reduce oxidative stress?  Don’t eat sugar, grains and especially PUFAs.

Can gut infection trigger Parkinson’s disease? – 12 million Parkinson’s patients by 2050.  That is a terrifying number.

How Coca-Cola manipulated Chinese public health policy for its own gain – The sugar industry is great at making entire populations fat and sick.

Effect of daily aspirin on risk of cancer metastasis: a study of incident cancers during randomised controlled trials – Aspirin is good for almost any long term chronic disease because it reduces inflammation.  You can take a an aspirin every day or you could just not eat the food making you inflamed in the first place.

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