No Connection Between Heart Disease and Fat


gizmocrazed-fatThat’s according to Cambridge
Author says focus on carb intake instead. And this piece doesn’t mean fat is all right. Fat can still give you lethal diseases like HBP and allergy

‘Cambridge has finally finished a series of eighty studies involving half a million people and the conclusion they’ve reached is that saturated fats have little or no connection to heart disease. The study also says that “good” fats (vegetable fats mostly) do not lower the risk of a heart attack either.

‘This new study is turning heads and confusing the hell out of diet enthusiasts who have constantly been obsessed over reducing their fat intake (admittedly just to stay wafer thin). Hasn’t fat ALWAYS been the reason for heart failure? Well, apparently not.

‘The study was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, a respected, biannual, medical journal published by the American College of Physicians. The lead author, Rajiv Chowdhury, says that sugary foods and carbohydrate rich diets leave artery clogging particles in the bloodstream while fats barely effect the flow of blood. He says new diet plans should focus on minimizing the carb intake…’
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Why Vinegar is Your Most Useful Kitchen Staple
20 Cool Uses for Vinegar
Did you know that vinegar is the best cleaner of very dirty DVDs?

‘The kitchen cabinet staple is handy when it comes to meal time, but with a little DIY know-how, this acetic acid can work hard in the kitchen and beyond.

See also: 27 DIY Tricks to Master Your Kitchen

‘With so many beauty, health and household benefits that vinegar has to offer, such a sour liquid can start to seem pretty sweet…’
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Say Goodbye To Annoying Sinus & Allergy Problems With Organic Sulfur-
A Multi-Centered, Open Label Trial on the Safety and Efficacy of Methylsulfonylmethane in the Treatment of Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis

‘Fifty participants completed the study. They consumed 2,600 mg of MSM orally per day for 30 days. Clinical respiratory symptoms and energy levels were evaluated by a Seasonal Allergy Symptom Questionnaire at the beginning of the study and again on days-7, 14, 21 and 30. Immune and inflammatory reactions were also determined by laboratory tests. After one week, the frequency of upper respiratory signs and symptoms (e.g., runny nose, watery and itchy eyes, nasal obstruction, paroxysmal sneezing) was significantly improved compared to initial levels. At the three-week mark, participants also had significant improvements in lower respiratory symptoms (e.g., coughing, shortness of breath and other lung or chest symptoms). All respiratory improvements were maintained through the 30-day visit. Energy levels increased significantly by day-14, an increase that continued through day-30. Minimal side effects were associated with the use of MSM…’
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What Organic Sulfur Is
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