When it comes to breast health, a lot of emphasis is put on cancer treatment. Words like “survivor” and “early detection” are common this time of year. What is discussed less frequently is prevention. The World Cancer Research Fund estimates that 38% of breast cancer in the United States could be prevented with diet, physical exercise, and weight management.
Think about the myriad of images that pop into your head whenever you hear the simple yet overused phrase “heart-healthy.” We see this wording plastered across the packaging of so many products these days that it seems consumers appreciate that they are being marketed foods and other products that will ostensibly help keep their cardiovascular health in tip-top shape. Jimmy Moore looks at the 5 top products/foods being marketed as ‘heart-healthy” where there is proof that they actually are not.
Are you having trouble losing or maintaining a healthy weight during menopause? A Fat Fast and Ketogenic Diet is helping Dr. Judy Suzanne Reis Tsafrir and it could help you too.
So if it’s not total cholesterol and LDL-C that matter the most on your cholesterol panel, then what does matter? Jimmy Moore explains the 5 key health markers everyone who is concerned about their heart health should pay attention to – these matter more than total cholesterol and LDL-C.
Jimmy Moore, author of the soon-to-be-released book Cholesterol Clarity, was recently interviewed by Dean Dywer for his Make Shift Happen podcast. Dean interviews Jimmy about making a difference, being transparent and the truth behind those cholesterol numbers.
Order Cholesterol Clarity by Jimmy Moore and Eric C. Westman, MD. Did you know that you don’t have to eat a low-fat diet, take a statin drug, or eat more of the so-called “healthy” whole grains to get your cholesterol levels where they need to be?
You’re Invited to P3 & BaconPalooza at Polyface Farm Sept 7-8, 13 in Swoope, VA. Celebrate the mission and vision of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund as everywhere evidenced at the amazing Polyface Farm.
Those of us learning to manage weight don’t want to begin the New Year unhappy and disgusted with ourselves again. Jackie Eberstein gives you some insight into stabilizing your metabolism, unlearning the old habits that have thwarted your success in the past, and new short-term low carb strategies that will lead to long-term success.
The 2013 Ancestral Health Symposium will be held in Atlanta, GA from August 15th through August 17th for all low carb dieters, diabetics and Paleo enthusiasts.
The amount of sugar (or really glucose, technically speaking) is tightly regulated in the human bloodstream. A normal blood sugar (glucose) is under 100 mg/dL, and when the sugar rises to between 100 mg/dL to 125 mg/dL the serious medical conditions of glucose intolerance, pre-diabetes are diagnosed. Once above 125 mg/dL diabetes is diagnosed. As more research is done, the optimal blood glucose number goes lower and lower. The bottom line is you want to keep the blood sugar as low as you can for optimal health.