One Can Of Soda Per Day Gives You 20% Higher Risk Of Heart Attack Or Dying From One

Friday, January 12th, 2018

One of the most straightforward steps you can take to improve your health in the New Year is to give up soda. The problem with soda stems from its high sugar content, particularly the liquid high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) variety, and, in the case of diet, its artificial sweetener content, among other issues. Research suggests sugary beverages are to blame for about 183,000 deaths worldwide each year, including 133,000 diabetes deaths, 44,000 heart disease deaths and 6,000 cancer deaths.

Eat More Fruits and Veggies to Reduce Risk of Nearly all Disease, Research Reports

Friday, December 8th, 2017

A team of scientists from Imperial College London pulled together all the world’s available population studies that document fruit and vegetable intake. The ninety-five studies included two million people. Their findings, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, suggest that disease has an inverse relationship with nutrition.

Study: Eating Fast Raises Risk of Heart Disease, Obesity, Cholesterol 5 Times

Friday, December 8th, 2017

People who eat very quickly do not give their bodies time to realize it is full – meaning they tend to eat more, according to cardiologists based at Hiroshima University in Japan.

Study: You’ve Been Eating Superfood Avocados All Wrong

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Texas researchers discovered the seed husks are rich in protective compounds which may prevent the growth of malignant tumours and the build-up of fat inside our arteries. It could be used in treatments for cancer, heart disease and other illnesses.

VIDEO: What The Health Review & How Long Will We Be Fooled About the Connection Between Food and Disease?

Monday, August 14th, 2017

In this video Paul talks about the new movie, “What The Health”. How long are people going to be fooled about the connection between diet and disease? Paul shares the truth about the connection, mass media and some ‘tough love’ on how you look at your own health.