Imagine a world where: diabetes, heart diseases, autoimmunity and other modern diseases are rare or don’t exist at allwe are naturally lean and fitwe are fertile throughout our childbearing yearswe sleep peacefully and deeplywe age gracefully without degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and osteoporosis While this might sound like pure fantasy today, anthropological evidence suggests that this is exactly how human beings lived for the vast majority of our evolutionary history. Today, most people accept diseases like obesity, diabetes, infertility and Alzheimer’s as “normal”. But while these diseases may now be common, they’re anything but normal. 9 Steps To Perfect Health – #1: Don’t Eat Toxins
Archevore Blog - Archevore Diet Revised The all vegan version is now up. Not really. But I did just spend several hours doing a needed update. I think this is about version 3.0 since the original back-of-the-envelope diet I first put on the web in June 2009. That was a diet I had been using successfully clinically for more than two years.
Note: I've added significantly to this part of the 3 part essay, so to make sure you see it all, I've re-posted. Now we can have some fun, as I think I can demonstrate to you that this is by far the least metabolically useful macronutrient category. GLUCOSE and STARCH Archevore Blog - No Such thing as a macronutrient part II - Carbohydrates (revised)
Before we get into the big job of interpreting cholesterol numbers, let’s review what cholesterol actually is. Cholesterol is cholesterol: a waxy steroid of fat that serves as an essential structural component of cellular membranes and in the production of steroid hormones, vitamin D, and bile acids. Contrary to what the terminology indicates, there’s actually only one “type” of cholesterol in the human body, and it’s called, quite simply, cholesterol. What we think of when we use the word “cholesterol” is actually a lipoprotein – a fatty conglomerate of protein and lipids that delivers cholesterol and fat and fat-soluble nutrients to different parts of the body. It’s not just free cholesterol floating around in your blood; it’s cholesterol bound up by lipoproteins. How to Read a Cholesterol Test
Military Performance Division: Creatine for Type-2 Diabetes Type 2 diabetes is (adult-onset diabetes) is a metabolic disorder characterized by high blood glucose in the context of insulin resistance and relative insulin deficiency. Along with diet and medication, physical activity has been considered the primary prevention strategy for managing type 2 diabetes . Strategies capable of mimicking and/or enhancing the effects of exercise are potentially therapeutic, hence the emergence of creatine supplementation as a novel alleged candidate for treating diabetes . Creatine has rapidly become one of the most consumed nutritional supplements due to its ability to enhance muscle phosphorylcreatine content, thus enhancing athletic performance and lean mass.