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(PTF) – Doctors from the Cleveland Clinic are changing their views on fat intake and cardiovascular disease. Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic, Steven Nissen, MD, states as far as eating butter goes, “It’s not a sin,”. A new report commissioned by the federal government ((( Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee))) changes… Read more

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Eating corn on a keto diet depends on how strict your carbohydrate intake needs are and how many carbs you have already consumed in a day. Corn is high in carbohydrates coming in at about 21 grams per cup with 4.5 grams from sugar and 2.4 from fiber. Not exactly a keto vegetable for sure… Read more

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How to start keto? Easy-cheesy. A well-formulated ketogenic diet is the easiest diet to start. First, you want to get yourself prepped with the right foods and mindset. Everyone is different but most likely you are here because you wish to lose weight on a keto diet. Congratulations! If you have yo-yo’ed around on other… Read more

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Regardless if you are a man or a woman I want you to read this book.  If for years you have struggled to lose weight, this book contains the information that will finally allow you to be successful at your weight-loss mission. It doesn’t matter what your doctor has told you about your hormones. It… Read more

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(PTF) – Rice arsenic levels are high enough to begin sounding alarms in the health and food politics groups in the United States. Dr. Michael Greger M.D. FACLM has recently amplified his research and study into arsenic levels of rice and rice products found in our food supply. Greger, of, has several recent articles… Read more