Seven Ways Milk and Dairy Products Are Making You Sick

Source: Meat Your Future By:  Sofia Pineda Ochoa, MD Today, Americans consume an enormous amount of dairy. The intake of the average American is estimated to be over 600 pounds of dairy products per year.[1] Dairy foods (including cow’s milk) have not been part of the diet of adults for the vast majority of human […]

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A Vegan Doctor Addresses The Protein Question

Source: Free From Harm By: Holly Wilson MD Nearly all of what I treat in the Emergency Department is diet related. We have eaten ourselves into a state of sickness, and it is fueled by misinformation. This is nowhere more clear than in the endlessly circulated protein myth; most of us have been indoctrinated into […]

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A Vegan Doctor Addresses Soy Myths and Misinformation

Source: Free From Harm By: Holly Wilson MD Soy has long been recognized as a nutrient-dense food and as an excellent source of protein by respected dietitians and clinical nutritionists. (1) The soybean contains all of the essential amino acids, as well as an impressive list of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals). Micronutrients in rich supply […]

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The effects of 8 weeks of whey or rice protein supplementation on body composition and exercise performance

Source: BioMed Central Jordan M Joy, Ryan P Lowery, Jacob M Wilson, Martin Purpura, Eduardo O De Souza, Stephanie MC Wilson, Douglas S Kalman, Joshua E Dudeck and Ralf Jäger Background Consumption of moderate amounts of animal-derived protein has been shown to differently influence skeletal muscle hypertrophy during resistance training when compared with nitrogenous and […]

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Rice Protein As Effective As Whey Protein For Muscle Growth

Source: GrowingNaturals FOR MUSCLE GROWTH & REPAIR — The findings of a double blind study showed for the first time that plant-based rice protein has identical benefits to dairy-based whey protein. The study used Growing Naturals’ Organic Rice Protein made with Axiom Food’s Oryzatein®, with a controlled population of bodybuilders and measured how they built muscle and […]

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How to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally and Prevent Hypertension

Source: The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine High blood pressure affects an estimated 68 million Americans. The effects of high blood pressure wreak havoc on the heart and kidneys, greatly increasing the risk of heart disease, strokes, and diabetes. Obesity tends to increase the odds of becoming hypertensive, as it forces the body to pump […]

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The Vegan Diet How-To Guide for Diabetes

Source: The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Diet changes are the cornerstone to treating type 2 diabetes. Current diet recommendations require restricting portion sizes, measuring and weighing foods, and limiting the total amount of carbohydrate. However, evidence suggests that a different dietary approach may be more effective and easier to follow. The evidence favoring a […]

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Olive Oil Is Not Healthy

If you read the studies, the Mediterranean Diet is healthy IN SPITE OF olive oil, not because of it. For more info and to get the full talk on DVD: http://store.vegsource.com/collections/get-healthy-now-sets/products/get-healthy-now-dvd-bronze-set This is a short excerpt from the talk of Michael Klaper MD at the Healthy Lifestyle Expo 2012.  

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OIL TO NUTS: The Truth About Fats

It seems that every other day some new study comes out with conflicting information about fats, oils, nuts and seeds. Are you “going nuts” trying to sort the truth from the propaganda? Are all fats created equal? Is olive oil a health food? Is the Mediterranean Diet the healthiest diet? What about the French Paradox? […]

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Diet: Only Hope for Arthritis

Source: Dr. McDougall’s Health and Medical Center A dentist writes, “In April of 1994 I met you briefly at the Michigan Dental Association Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids. During this seminar, I asked you about my 4-year-old son having juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Bryan was on 35 mg of prednisone (a powerful steroid) and 1200 mg […]

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