Metabolism

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

9 Oct 2017

When you think about liver disease, what cause pops into your mind? Alcohol? Viral hepatitis? Drugs? Genetic? Autoimmune? While all of these can cause liver disease, the most common liver disease in America and the world over is not caused … Continue reading

COCONUT OIL: SCIENCE vs. “FAKE NEWS”

7 Sep 2017

A recent article posted on line by CNN Health news (cnn.com; Aug 18, 2017 by Lisa Drayer) suggests that coconut oil is not healthy for people to consume as it raises LDL cholesterol (considered by the American Heart Association as … Continue reading

Trans Fats and Heart Disease

17 Mar 2013

According to the National Safety Council website seat belts saved an estimated 5000 lives per year between 2004 and 2008. A whopping 5000 people per year. In that same time period, according to an analysis published in the New England … Continue reading

Fructose and Addiction

10 Mar 2013

We have known for some time now that fructose affects the brain and chronic excess ingestion leads to an addiction of overeating, weight gain and development of the metabolic syndrome in many of us. An estimated 67 million adults now … Continue reading

Fructose and Metabolic Syndrome

27 Nov 2012

I was called by one of my favorite referring physicians the other day and he wanted to know about a comment that I had made to one of his patients.  I explained the comment and he retorted, saying “I thought … Continue reading

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