You’ve probably heard that the New York Supreme Court recently overturned Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s so-called “soda ban.” Whether you thought his ban on soda servings larger than 16 ounces was a good idea or not, it certainly identifies an important factor on why Americans are getting fatter every year.
Have you noticed lately how many people are coming down with gluten sensitivity? There seems to be a sudden epidemic of gluten intolerance in the US. You probably know someone who’s told you how much weight they’ve lost since they stopped eating bread. Gluten is a natural protein found in wheat and other grain products. […]
Chris Christie recently won his re-election for New Jersey governor in a big way. Republicans are excited because he attracted the Hispanic vote and won in a state that has been leaning blue. Just the other week he was elected chair of the Republicans Governor’s Association. There’s lots of talk about his political future.
For years we told people that coconut oil, like palm kernel oil, contained a high amount of saturated fats. That’s still true. Coconut oil is 92% saturated. Butter is about 63% saturated and beef is about 50% saturated. Olive and soybean oils, by comparison are only about 15% saturated. We also believe that saturated fat […]
1st Commandment Thou shall do everything you can to defeat the #1 killer of men and women in the world: Vascular Disease. It is the reason for heart attacks and strokes. So… 2nd Commandment Thou shall have a CIMT Test. The Carotid Intima Media Thickness test can detect the presence of disease and plaque in […]
At 109 years old, this veteran must be living a healthy lifestyle. He says staying active has helped him live a long and healthy life.
Two women are still alive having been born in the 1800s. What is the secret to their health? Well, one is three raw eggs a day and the other is attributed to fruits and vegetables.
This 101 year old veteran got medals and recognition after seven decades. Eating healthy and being conscious of your heart is a good way to prevent an early death.