Link Between CVD and Cognitive Decline and How to Not Boost Your Energy

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.

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Exclusive: This All-Digital Technology Could Help Fight a Common Liver Disease – A look at how Virtahealth is using their program to improve liver function.

Radical Reform Needed to Address Dental Decay Worldwide – Big Sugar has radically worsened the health of people worldwide.

IT’S THE INSULIN RESISTANCE, STUPID: PART 2 – Tim Noakes with a great look at how insulin resistance drives disease.

Elevated insulin receptor content in human breast cancer. – Why would breast cancer need more insulin receptors?  Oh yeah, cancer loves sugar.

Eating to Boost Energy – Great advice for crashing your energy levels and getting fatter.

Growing support for plant-based diet – Would Veganism even be a thing without Harvard propping it up?

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