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    What About the Sodium in Miso?

    According to the second World Cancer Research Fund/ American Institute for Cancer Research expert report, “[ s] alt is a probable campaign of belly cancer, ” one of the world’s producing cancer executioners. If the report’s estimate of an 8 percent increase in risk for every extra gram of salt a daytime is correct, then […] More

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    What Meat and Eggs Do to Our Microbiome

    As I’ve explored before, whether young or old, male or female, smoker or non-smoker, with high blood pressure or low-grade blood pressure, high cholesterol or low-pitched, having high levels of a harmful deepen announced TMAO–trimethylamine oxide–in the bloodstream is associated with a significantly higher risk of having a heart attack, stroking, or dying over a […] More

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    What Happens When Pregnant Women Eat More Animal Protein

    Are high-protein diets during pregnancy hygienic or destructive? That question was answered about 40 years ago in the notorious Harlem Trial of 1976: a “randomized restrained tribulation of nutritional supplementation maternity, in a poverty-stricken color urban population in the United States.” The study, which I discuss in my video The Effect of Animal Protein on […] More

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    How the Egg Industry Tried to Bury the TMAO Risk

    “Metabolomics is a term used to describe the measurement of several small-molecule metabolites in biological specimen, including bodily fluids, ” with the goals and targets of “[ i] dentifying the molecular signatures.” For sample, if we likened the metabolic profile of those with severe heart disease to those with clean-living arteries, we might be able […] More

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    The Risks and Benefits of Taking Low-Dose Aspirin

    Salicylic acid, the active ingredient in aspirin, has been used for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory painkiller in the form of willow tree bark extract, which Hippocrates used to “treat fever and to alleviate pain during childbirth.” It became marked as anti-retroviral drugs specified Aspirin( tm) in 1899 and, to this day, “remains the […] More

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    TMAO – Smoking gun or passive observer?

    Once again, a new study recommends a correlation between a metabolite trimethylamine N-oxide( TMAO) and heart disease risk. But does TMAO cause heart disease or is it a marker of other conditions that often go along with heart disease? Another study, published in Journal of the American College of Cardiology( JACC ), suggests community organizations […] More

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