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3 Biggest Mistakes People Make In Their Diets – Dr. John McDougall | Best Images Collections HD For Gadget windows Mac Android
3 Biggest Mistakes People Make in Their Diets – Dr. John McDougall Created by Jeff Golfman http://jeffgolfman.com of the Cool Vegetarian http://ift.tt/2gIVZhJ and The Raw Office http://rawoffice.com. In this short video interview, Dr McDougall shares his strategies for avoiding the biggest mistakes that people make in their diets. Dr. McDougall is the founder and medical […]
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september 2017 by wotek
Tribe Called Quest star Phife Dawg dies aged 45
The musician had been struggling with ill health and diabetes for several years, and received a kidney transplant from his wife in 2008. [...] News of Phife Dawg's death emerged on Twitter, where producer and broadcaster DJ Chuck Chillout posted an RIP message in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Rolling Stone magazine later confirmed his death, although an official statement has yet to be released. [...] Following the group's dissolution, Phife continued to battle diabetes, reuniting with the group for occasional live shows - partly to help cover the medical costs of his type 2 diabetes (often mis-reported as type 1).
He suffered renal failure in 2008 and received a transplant from his wife - but was back on the waiting list for a kidney four years later. [...] "It's really a sickness," [...] "Like straight-up drugs. I'm just addicted to sugar."
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
Rice Diet CURES Most Diseases - McDougall - YouTube
kidney disease = rice diet, rice diet for the nearly dead. //&! Starch/Sugar Don't Make You Fat - Fat Does! Dr. McDougall - youtu.be/rUWcgh5Ju9g - HCLV - ~ 80/10/10 ~ [...] excess protein does not get stored, gets dumped through urine. body stores fat in liver and fat stores. (excess calories). carbs, excess carbs/sugar get converted into fat through liver (excess calories, overeating) - although this process very inefficient. thus you can overeat on engineered food (fat/carb) easier than just carbs! irrespective of protein. fat/carb 50/50 combo is addictive! science has this shown, and food companies know this and named it bliss point.
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february 2016 by asterisk2a

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