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HEADLINES: FOR EVERYONE: 1. Cocoa/dark chocolate raises HDL [good cholesterol]. 2. People in the lowest quintile of magnesium levels have 60% increased risk of fatal ischemic heart disease. Foods rich in magnesium include whole grains, legumes, nuts, and green leafy vegetables. 3. Sun exposure is insufficient. You must take at least 2,000 IU of [...] Read more »
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Here are many highlights from referenced readings in the recent past. Numbers match the longer comments below at SUMMARIES.
6. 23 minutes of treadmill exercise increases DHEA levels and decreases cortisol levels, both beneficial for health and longevity. AGE
7. Chronic physical training increases blood oxidative damage but promotes health in elderly men. Age 01/2012
12. Exercise [...] Read more »
Happiness is precious for health. Classes are over for me until August! Read the details of April’s AJCN articles after these headlines:
PREVENT CANCER: 1. Guidelines to prevent risk of death from cancer - 6 recommendations for men [regarding body fatness, physical activity, foods and drinks that promote weight gain, plant foods, animal foods, and alcoholic drinks and [...] Read more »
DETAILS follow these one line summaries. Links are to abstracts in peer-reviewed journal.
IMMEDIATE ACTION – 10. Human skeletal muscle needs much more vitamin C than leukocytes. So getting 500 mg twice a day may be much better than just 200 mg daily. 6. Eating consciously reduces overeating. - Evidence indicates that attentive eating provides a novel approach to aid weight loss [...] Read more »
Welcome to the many newcomers signing up to get legitimate peer-reviewed research information about nutrition. Wouldn’t it be nice if good nutrition information went viral? How about emailing a friend to email firstname.lastname@example.org, SUBJ: add to nutrition list?
Know anyone with $152,945 to help cure cancer? My latest grant was turned down, but we are looking [...] Read more »
Wishing you August joy! Please read the details with active links after the SUMMARY.
FEATURE (from Scientific American Mind-Sept/Oct 12 pg 18): Open Mind, Longer Life – The trait of openness improves health through creativity, and predicts longer life.
SUMMARY: Please read the details with active links at the Aug J Nutrition link at: http://chemistry.beloit.edu/Ordman/nutrition/aln/N409litnotes.htm
1. Resveratrol and [...] Read more »
I am happy to share a wonderful link that takes just moments to peruse that graphically demonstrates the terrible consequences of obesity.
On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 9:29 PM, Tony Shin <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Dr. Ordman, I came across your site while searching for blogs and posts around parents preventing obesity and wanted to reach out [...] Read more »
Read the summaries after these headlines. Here are the headlines.
GOOD THINGS: 1. Get the D and Dairy – 1000 mg daily Calcium is helpful for prevention of weight gain, cardiovascular disease, and cancer (It’s worth going to the link for summary of this) 2. n−3 PUFAs are beneficial to fight cancer, recover from surgery, [...] Read more »
The alert for today is to get exercise, consume polyunsaturated fats to control your weight, and follow the No Fours Diet! Here’s what I just read in a top science magazine, Science 333:549, 29 July 2011: A Pitched Battle Over Life Span. Vaupel states that life expectancies at birth will continue to rise at three [...] Read more »
See details after these headlines: 1. 34.5% are severely deficient in vitamin D, a risk factor for cancer and cardiovascular, metabolic, infectious, and autoimmune diseases as well as bone weakness. Most of us need 2,000 IU daily supplements.
2. AFTER developing chronic disease, Americans pay better attention to what they eat – It is a tragic [...] Read more »