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The Nutrition InvestigatorThe health and nutrition blog by Dr. Roc Ordman.

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Feb nutrition notes from Roc Nutrition Investigator

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Between moving and preparing to market a nutritional
supplement and dealing with Wisconsin winter, it is a very challenging
time.  I hope you enjoy these headlines.

Recovery from hard workouts – Fancy sports drinks are no
better than plain water, and drinking too much liquid is more detrimental than
being dehydrated; precision eating and protein supplements are not useful;
icing is […] Read more »

ANTIONC

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BELOW ARE QUOTATIONS FROM PEER-REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE RELATED TO THE INGREDIENTS AND DOSAGES PRESENT IN THE NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT “ANTIONC”.

“For
most of mankind’s existence, scientists wallowed in lethal ignorance regarding
the critical need for humans to supplement with enough vitamin D. We fear the
same knowledge deficit exists today regarding vitamin K.” The Remarkable Anticancer Properties of
Vitamin K – […] Read more »

Essay 2: Sugartown – One Day in Roc’s Life – 46 resolutions

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With caveats stated already,
below is a description of what I consider an optimal day. Do I do all these
wonderful things daily? Give me a break! I am a professor – do as I say, not as
I do.  Many tell me everyone knows how to
live a healthy life. And we all have delightful reasons why we […] Read more »

Email for Essay 2: Sugartown – One Day in Roc’s Life – 46 resolutions

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Happy New Year! I have pushed to send the attached essay out now, so it might inspire some New Year’s Resolutions. I had forgotten about balancing on one foot while brushing my teeth, and have really slacked off on paino playing – but the new year brings new resolution!
I hope you were reading […] Read more »

Roc’s Reading Notes

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Roc’s Reading NotesPages indexed here contain notes on articles I think may be of particular interest to many people. The articles come mostly from Science, Advances in Nutrition, Scientific […] Read more »

Aug 2018 long notes

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Celebrating my 70th birthday with my 7 grandchildren this week! But lots of headlines so here they are.
 
Positive emotions can shrink tumors. (TY WIN) Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have linked positive emotions with cancer remission. In laboratory tests, increased levels of the pleasurable neurotransmitter dopamine helped the immune system to reduce tumor […] Read more »

Aug 18 short notes

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Celebrating my 70th birthday with my 7 grandchildren this week! But lots of headlines so here they are.
Positive emotions can shrink tumors; Who is likely to STAY active for life;   a fascinating story about sleep: npr fresh air;  Lack of sleep and irregular sleep habits may be the prime factors in accelerating (?) Alzheimer’s ; […] Read more »

What to Do for High Blood Sugar

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At the request of a reader, in June, 2018, I did a search of my web site to find articles related to blood sugar, especially how to reduce high blood sugar.  Below are 18 of the most interesting ones I hope you will find worth reading to discuss with your physician.  They have references below. […] Read more »

Fall 18 Linus Pauling Newsletter Notes

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If you only take away one message from this article, it would be this: Eat more broccoli. Please eat more broccoli, broccoli sprouts, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, cabbage, or any other cruciferous vegetable that appeals to you.
It is low in calories, packed with fiber and a variety of […] Read more »

July 18 Nutrition long notes from Roc

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Hope July is wonderful for you.  August 1st I learn if my pre-application for a $1 million DOD grant is accepted so that my team can apply to develop a safe, inexpensive pill that may prevent cancer!
 
Meditation can reduce pain that causes mental and physical harm. Joint inflammation and chronic pain cause fatique and cognitive […] Read more »

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