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

Archive for ‘March, 2011

AJCN April, 2011

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Happy Spring (if you are up north here). Here’s the SUMMARY:
FEATURE: Discussion about free will here.
AJCN This month: SYMPOSIUM – Anti-inflammatory signals are sent by: Exercise; MUFAs and PUFAs; omega- 3 fats, HDL; plant polyphenols; vitamin D. Inflammatory signals are sent by: Inactivity; trans fats; saturated fats; omega-6 fats; branched chain amino acids; pollution; triglycrides; […] Read more »

Exercise presentation for children

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I had to develop a speech for middle school kids, and I thought some of you might know some kids and want to let them know this stuff too.  Sorry there are no references. But my web site has them if you search it.
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March AJCN and telomeres

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Happy Mardi Gras. Here’s the SUMMARY:
FEATURE: Telomere shortening is key control in declining human health. Nutrition investigator’s former student who is an expert in telomere research sent a commentary with a recent article in Nature (17 Feb 2011 pg 359-65) showing how telomere shortening is responsible for chronic disease in humans. See Nutrition Investigator commentary […] Read more »

J Nutrition March 2011 – Happy and Exercising

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Please read how and why these emails are written this way here. And review the disclaimer.
1. EXERCISE SLOWS AGING DRAMATICALLY – PNAS report shows regular exercise substantially slows “normal” physical and mental aging declines. 2. 2,000 IU of vitamin D daily is likely to […] Read more »

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