This is the second part of a previous blog post (“Life Changes: Diet for Living”) for which I will be offering more and more controversial information pertaining to diet and heart disease. There are many alternative diets out there; and in the more recent years, keto, carnivore, and animal-based diets have been on the rise.
Pretty damning headline, eh? Seems the evidence, as composited by a diet and nutrition task force in the US and now this study, is demonstrating that Subway-style processed meats, even if not served in high calorie dishes/sandwiches, can be damaging to the heart. This study even suggests it can lead to deadlier forms of heart
America’s, and now maybe the world’s, obsession with weight is reaching critical mass, so to speak. As many diseases associated – notice: not caused! – with excess weight drain the coffers and the lives of many, states and individuals, the obvious target for intervention is somewhere between the table and the mouth. But weight loss,
It would be foolish of me to expound on something so scientifically-complex as molecular biology, so I won’t. But a research finding by a team at my alma mater, Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN), is worth noting because it speaks to the complexity of the biological sciences as it pertains to how we, as real humans