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Live Right

LIVE RIGHT Each of us carries in our blood the genetic memory of our history. Anthropological studies have proven irrefutably that certain archetypal personality and behavior traits throughout our history are directly linked to survival. Stress The process of survival creates stress. Within each blood type there are marked neurochemical similarities in our response to […]

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Blood Group History

Blood Group Distribution Today Overall, there such large populations of blood group O (40-45%) and A (35-40%) versus much lower rates of groups B (4-11%) and AB (0-2%). By looking at the distribution of blood groups today, we can see the threads of our evolutionary history. In the United States, O is the most prevalent […]

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Weight Management – Weight Loss For Life

Weight Loss for Life! Who should lose weight? Health experts generally agree that adults can benefit from weight loss if they are moderately to severely overweight. Health experts also agree that adults who are overweight and have weight-related medical problems or a family history of such problems can benefit from weight loss. Some weight-related health […]

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Glycemic Index Values are Variable

Newswise ? In work investigating the reproducibility of glycemic index values, researchers at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University (USDA HNRCA) have reported that multiple glycemic index value determinations (measure of the rate of glucose absorption into the bloodstream) using a simple test food, white bread, resulted in […]

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Weight Management – Weight Loss

The Facts About Fat & Weight Loss – Revealed Myth: Fad diets work for permanent weight loss. Fact: Fad diets are not the best ways to lose weight and keep it off. These eating plans often promise to help you lose a lot of weight quickly, or tell you to cut certain foods out of […]

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Weight Management – Fat

A Consumer’s Guide to Fats Once upon a time, we didn’t know anything about fat except that it made foods tastier. We cooked our food in lard or shortening. We spread butter on our breakfast toast and plopped sour cream on our baked potatoes. Farmers bred their animals to produce milk with high butterfat content […]

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Newswise ? Losing weight is hard to do. Anyone who has tried knows it is true. For most of us, the thought of dropping that extra 20 or 30 pounds of padding seems like an insurmountable goal. Imagine the need to drop 100 pounds or more. That’s just what 118 men and women did. Those […]

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Newswise ? The evidence is accumulating on how bad stress is for health. Chronic stress can intensify inflammation and increase a person?s risk for developing central nervous system infections, neurodegenerative diseases, like multiple sclerosis (MS), and other inflammatory diseases, say researchers presenting at the 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA). These researchers […]

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Newswise ? Smoking, eating fattening foods and not getting enough exercise are all lifestyle habits that can lead to poor health and cardiovascular disease ? more so if you have a family history. But researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found that women don?t change these habits as often as men, even when they […]

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Newswise ? It’s well known that smoking cigarettes increases risk for a host of serious health problems from cancer to heart disease. Now a new study from Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City looks at how they do their dirty work by contributing to atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. The evidence points […]

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