Sucrose-sweetened beverages increase fat storage in the liver…


Am J Clin Nutr February 2012 vol. 95 no. 2 283-289 Maria Maersk,Anita Belza,Hans Stødkilde-Jørgensen,Steffen Ringgaard,Elizaveta habanova,Henrik Thomsen,Steen B Pedersen,Arne Astrup, andBjørn Richelsen Abstract Background: The consumption of sucrose-sweetened soft drinks (SSSDs) has been associated with obesity, the metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular disorders in observational

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Assorted references pro and con:   TG:HDL Ratio info:    

Plant Based

  (under construction) There are certainly varied nutrition patterns across the globe and no doubt there is not one ideal way to eat.  I feel the evidence strongly suggests that an omnivorous diet is the one humans evolved on and

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Pharmacist Evidence Base


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(edit 10/3/2015) CALCIUM CONTROVERSIES.  They jury may be out, but this is some compelling science.   The Problem with Calcium video: Calcium risks may outweigh benefits. Milk, dietary calcium and bone fractures in women: a 12 year prospective study. Study of

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WHEN TO EAT? Evidence is conflicting, but from a historical perspective it’s doubtful that humans ate full meals 3-4 times a day or had  unlimited access to snacks.  The idea that diabetics must eat 4-6 small meals daily is borne

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