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Bob Mortimer: I got married half an hour before heart surgery - BBC News
"It came completely out of the blue. My arteries were 95% blocked." [...] Reeves, real name Jim Moir, quipped: "You had that part of you removed." Mortimer added: "I've got my cholesterol down from 8.5 to 2.7 - that's through eating seeds. I'm basically a chaffinch now."
heart  disease  atherosclerosis  sick  population  health  crisis  NHS  Cardiovascular  disease  vascular  disease  stroke  aneurysm  embolism  diet-related  disease  Standard  American  Diet  dietary  cholesterol  Western  pattern  lifestyle  tobacco  Alcohol  abuse 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Brain cancers like Beau Biden’s kill about 15,000 adults each year - The Washington Post
"Beau Biden fought bravely before losing battle with brain cancer" - http://nydn.us/1mXbYum &! Officials have not disclosed the type of brain cancer that killed Vice President Biden's son Joseph Robinette "Beau" Biden III at age 46 on Saturday night. But assuming he suffered from a primary cancer — not one that spread from another part of the body — the most likely is a glioblastoma, an aggressive cancer of the brain's supportive tissue, two experts said. [...] Former Massachusetts senator Edward M. Kennedy died in August 2009, 15 months after he suffered a seizure and was diagnosed with a malignant glioma, the most common form of brain cancer. A glioblastoma is a sub-type of glioma. [ glioblastomas can also morph from mild type to aggressive type ] [ AND BIDEN HIMSELF HAD 2] cranial aneurysm's [ that had to be surgically tended to, I bet he's on blood thinners and blood pressure meds ] - http://wapo.st/22YSxSc //&! http://thebea.st/1FTHzl6
cancer  Charles  Trippy  brain  cancer  heart  disease  atherosclerosis  Cardiovascular  disease  vascular  disease  diet-related  disease  chronic  diseases  high  blood  pressure 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart, former BBC disc jockey, dies - BBC News
Former BBC DJ Ed "Stewpot" Stewart has died at the age of 74 a few days after having a stroke, friends have said.
stroke  heart  disease  diet-related  disease  premature  ageing  chronic  diseases  disability  atherosclerosis  sick  population  health  crisis  A&E  ageing  population  babyboomers  demographic  bubble  NHS 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Aneurysm screening 'helps thousands' - BBC News
[ its like cancer, early detection you know, not prevention. but doesn't say being on operating table can also have side effects/complications ie death. more risk with more heart disease and age. ] Simple ultrasound scans have helped detect more than 10,000 aneurysms - potentially serious blood vessel swellings - since a now UK-wide screening programme started in 2009. If left untreated larger abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) - where the main blood vessel in the body weakens and expands - can be deadly. But because many do not have symptoms, people may be unaware they have an AAA until they fatally burst. A million men have been screened. [...] Public Health England says after 10 years of screening, half of all ruptures should be prevented, saving an estimated 1,500-2,000 lives a year - though the data to support this is not yet available.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Chris Farley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[ 33 advanced heart disease, body couldn't take the abuse any more, overdose much more likelier ] Following his final guest appearance on SNL on October 25, 1997 there was a visible decline in Farley's health. Farley's hoarse voice and flushed skin were the subject of public scrutiny.[35] In the final years of his life, Farley had sought treatment for obesity and drug abuse on 17 occasions.[36] On December 18, 1997, he was found dead by his younger brother, John, in his apartment in the John Hancock Center in Chicago.[37] An autopsy later revealed that Farley had died of a cocaine and morphine overdose early that morning.[38] Advanced atherosclerosis was cited as a "significant contributing factor."[24] Farley's death is often compared to that of his SNL idol John Belushi, who also died at age 33 of an accidental drug overdose consisting of cocaine and heroin.[14]
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Blood pressure drugs rethink urged - BBC News
[ pushing more meds to prevent. LOL. with the side effects and possible death, from medication side effects/medical complications, is ~4th leading cause of death. ] More lives could be saved if doctors considered giving blood pressure drugs to all patients at high risk of heart disease - even if their blood pressures are normal, a study suggests.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC Radio 5 live - In Short, Jimmy Hill's wife on his battle with Alzheimer's
Speaking on BBC Radio Scotland before her husband's Jimmy's death, Bryony Hill, has revealed the 'devastating' impact Alzheimer's disease had on him. Hill died aged 87 having being diagnosed with the illness in 2008. "It’s been absolutely heartbreaking because there’s nothing you can do once you know the diagnosis,” she said. “There are some treatments available but Jimmy didn’t respond," she added.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
24 Hours in A&E - Series 9 Episode 2 - All 4
Ambulance Driver w suspected stroke. Signs of vision impairment. // Admitting clot busting treatment within 4 hours or earlier/ASAP - reducing chances of disability. // biggest cause of disability in older age is - heart disease related medical events ie thrombosis, stroke, heart attack, aneurysm. // heart disease is preventable. // It's a repeating theme in A&E. Not one Series goes by without a nearly a handful of heart disease related incidents.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
I Need to Tell You Something. - YouTube
// youtuber - cancer // soft tissue carcinoma on leg. "The thing that happens. [...] Nothing you can do." //&! This is an Update - youtu.be/Zx9TgZ_m5Tk //&! youtu.be/O1mySka3OkU?t=3m20s "only 1 thing in the world scares me, this is it." - Casey Neistat >> and still eats junk, western diet. doesn't care about the possibility about an insurance against most cancers (and diseases) that are diet and lifestyle related! Like most people. Porridge for breakfast is just too extreme, you know. Just let docs prescribe pills (4th or 5th cause of death, adverse side-effects) and saw your chest open to put in new plumbing from your leg, that you will plug up with atherosclerosis too. Or if your are lucky when heaving an aneurysm to come out disabled, because heart disease is leading cause of disability in old age.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Professor Keith Woodford - FAB Conference, 21 March 2014, London - YouTube
Devil in the Milk: Illness, Health and Politics - A1 and A2 Milk Paperback – 31 Dec 2010 - by Keith Woodford (Author) ... min 13:30 - milk intake and diabetes correlate (a relationship that is significant, not random) min 18 developing Islet cell antibodies << autoimmune system going against your body min 22:10 high relationship to heart disease min 24:10 Oxidized (Ox-LDL) (baby formula) and heart disease and alzheimers / beta-casomorphin 7 (BCM-7) min 31:30 raises inflammation (markers) - 33:10 A1 slows digestive system (mucus) and inflamed colon (pre-cancer stage) - // - nutritionfacts.org/?s=milk // Gluten is not the problem. A1 / A2 beta-casein are not the problem. Its confusing people. Always confuse consumer, keep them in the dark. //&! The Next Gluten A1 Beta Casein Jordan Rubin - youtu.be/iWwLOq_UJ5g
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
JFHC Live 2014: Dr Alex Richardson - Food, Mood and Children's Behaviour - YouTube
1/3rd of cancers attributed to cancer. // "there is always something you can do." // nutrient deficiency - not pills (folate, calcium, fish oil) but food) //&! - Alex Richardson - Low Blood Omega-3 in UK Children relates to their Learning and Behaviour - youtu.be/f5a3lHx76OQ //&! Paul Montgomery - Omega-3 DHA and Children's Sleep - New Findings from the DOLAB Trial - youtu.be/mQSF2L3nS_Q
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
24 Hours in A&E - Series 6 Episode 2 - All 4
[ticking time bomb ] stroke is the biggest cause of death in UK, and amongst adult population the biggest cause of disability. / give clot-busting drug within 4 hours. but has downsides, like extensive, uncontrollable bleeding. "You may be a candidate for thrombolytic therapy if you have symptoms of a stroke, heart attack, pulmonary embolism, DVT, or a clot in an artery or bypass graft in a limb." / Alteplase is a tissue plasminogen activator (tPA). It works by helping to break down unwanted blood clots. - http://www.drugs.com/cdi/alteplase.html &! http://www.nhs.uk/news/2010/05May/Pages/quick-stroke-treatment-improves-recovery.aspx
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
A Car Vlog: I Am "That" Mom - YouTube
@4:40 - RE: Food as Reward = Business as Usual (BAS). Any food that triggers some feel good chemicals can be abused: junk food, fast food, processed food, alcohol, tobacco, drugs. Some are legal others carry a stigma and others are illegal ... depending where you live. (Liberal) Progressive policy making would be to legalise all but put a progressive and aggressive tax on those. An addiction & harm tax along the nudge theory. And with that tax revenue to pay for public health care and public education campaigns to raise awareness and change perception, image and opinion. Not pulling the nanny state. But if you use tobacco, you pay twice; now with your discretionary spending choice and then with your health, and we let you know on the packaging. And we can also subsidise cycle to work schemes, cycle lanes, cycle shelters.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Comedian Bob Mortimer has triple heart bypass operation - BBC News
[ CAN MAKE FUN OF BBC's "What is a triple heart bypass? [...] more common in smokers and obese people" ... he isn't even that fat, he isn't lean either. But as his buddy said at least he got "got fixed". AKA the bandaid. Heart disease is still happening with what he eats ...& he is also a confessed smoker. 1/3rd of all heart disease-related deaths are attributed to smoking. He is 56. A person of his age with a poverty background probably did not really want to go to the hospital for the chest pain because he feared for his job/income to pay the bills & would have dropped eventually dead, literally, at work or on way to work. QUESTION IS, is he so smart & self-aware/introspective to change his ways? AFTER A TRIPLE BYPASS! saw open chest, take veins from thigh, re] Bob Mortimer [undergone] a triple heart bypass operation. [...] needed "several weeks" to recover from the operation. Reeves said: "I'm so pleased the operation has gone well and Bob is fixed. Many thanks to the surgeon."
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Chancellor urged not to cut vital health fund - BBC News
George "Mr Judgement Call" Osborne // Vital health services in England including stop smoking, obesity and sexual health clinics are at risk, experts are warning. Earlier this year the Chancellor unveiled plans to cut the £2.8bn public health budget by £200m from January. The pot is held by councils so is not covered by the government's promise to protect the health service. But doctors, nurses and other senior health officials say the money is vital to relieving pressure on the wider NHS. A total of 11 groups, including the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, Royal College of Nursing, NHS Confederation and Faculty of Public Health, have put their names to a letter to George Osborne asking him to reconsider the plans. The letter warned raiding the funds would simply cause greater ill-health and inequality in the population. [...] [PREVENTION>>] [deal with Osborne for 8bn extra a year this Parliament] included making gains from improvements in people's health. [Cut now, pay more later!]
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Jenni Murray: 'I had 75% of my stomach removed' - BBC News
NORMALISATION OF THE EXTREME! // Dr Garth Davis reports himself that patients who dont radically change diet & lifestyle will initially lose weight. But will come back 2-3 years having put on weight again (in one of his two interviews/podcast appearance on RichRoll.com) //&! NICE: Weight loss ops 'good for obesity-linked diabetes' [] 10% of NHS budgets is spent treating diabetes & its complications. Weight loss surgery is "good for patients & cost saving for the NHS", the advisory body said. Obesity had a "huge personal health cost to individuals & an enormous financial cost to the NHS", it said. [] "Obesity [] is a major issue, if not the major issue, for the health service in the coming years." - bbc.in/1vntsk4 - LOL AS IF OBESITY ITSELF MAKES U A DIABETIC. & AGAIN, NO TALK ABT PREVENTION: RADICAL DIETARY & LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION ( vs as usual handing out advice and pamphlet following the S.A.D and sending them home ... ) FIRST! //&! The Report podcast saved - bbc.in/1QYHqRK
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Audit Scotland says NHS needs 'fundamental change' - BBC News
[ REPORT DOES NOT MENTION PREVENTION AS MEASURE! ] Fundamental change is needed now if the NHS in Scotland is to cope with demand, according to the financial watchdog Audit Scotland. [...] The report also says that the health budget as a whole has decreased slightly since 2008/9 by 0.7% once inflation and capital spending is taken into account. Health boards - which are responsible for most frontline services - received a slight increase of 1%, but not enough to keep pace with cost pressures. The cost of drugs alone rose by 4% and is expected to rise by 5-16% in future. [...] Dr Peter Bennie, chairman of the British Medical Association Scotland, said: "The overriding message that must get through from this report is that substantive and realistic action is needed if our health service is to cope with the rapidly increasing pressures it is facing. //&! bbc.in/1PGQddr - the NHS adapting to changed demands. highlights areas where not much progress has been made towards the vision.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
NHS spending 'to fall as share of GDP by 2020' - BBC News
Tories 2 preside over the largest sustained fall in NHS spending as a share of GDP since 1951, an analysis by the King's Fund says. [POSITIONING & FRAMING! Just change the way of measurement/comparison. Did the same w child poverty. & Polarize saying NHS is inefficient (wasting money) when in reality NHS is one of the most efficient health care system in western world!] >> The Conservatives have promised to raise spending on the NHS above inflation at the last two elections & have kept the promise. They have pledged an additional £2bn this year & an extra £8bn before the election. But the share of the economy devoted to health is set to shrink by between 0.7 & 1 percentage point between 2009/2020, taking the figure back to the level last seen in 2008. [...] Simon Stevens is the head of NHS England and has published a five-year plan for the service which included £22bn in efficiency savings and different ways of working, keeping people out of hospital where possible. [< PREVENTION!?]
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Part II: Is the Government fulfilling its role in the fight against cancer?
The scale of the challenge is apparent. I think we should be as bold and ambitious as possible: scientists, clinicians, patients, the general public and politicians all working together for a single goal: to eliminate cancer within a generation, and Britain at the forefront of this. [...] Patient experience has to be prioritised and this is difficult when NHS cancer services are under unprecedented pressure and the Government far too often provides contradictory messages. The Department of Health must provide the NHS with the resources and the long-term, holistic stability to allow Trusts to invest in state-of-the-art equipment. The NHS needs to emphasise prevention and early detection too, but the risk is that under greater financial and workforce pressure, cancer services will be forced to firefight.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Northern Ireland heart operations beamed across world - BBC News
[ living ur last 20, 30 years sick! getting a stent with 80. pills were used to mask the symptoms of the disease till it got so bad, that a stand had to be inserted. that is our health care profession at their best ] All three had stents inserted and were awake during the process. [...] "What we're doing is a minimally invasive procedure through the wrist artery passing a number of tubes up round to the heart arteries and implanting stents to relieve some blockages and narrowing there," he said. "That means stretching the heart artery open using the balloons first and leaving a little bit of wire mesh in to prop the artery open and restoring blood flow." A third cardiologist doctor who also assisted in the broadcast was Dr James Spratt, originally from Northern Ireland, but now performing similar heart procedures in Glasgow. Twenty-four hours after watching Pat McConnell, a woman in her 80s, undergo the procedure,
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Cancer virus discovery helped by delayed flight - BBC News
Epstein Barr virus // Wikipedia - It is best known as the cause of infectious mononucleosis (glandular fever). It is also associated with particular forms of cancer, such as Hodgkin's lymphoma, Burkitt's lymphoma, gastric cancer, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, and conditions associated with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), such as hairy leukoplakia and central nervous system lymphomas. There is evidence that infection with EBV is associated with a higher risk of certain autoimmune diseases, especially dermatomyositis, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjögren's syndrome, and multiple sclerosis. Some 200,000 cancer cases per year are thought to be attributable to EBV. //&! http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=chicken //&! Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Diseases: The Impact of Diet - John McDougall, MD - youtu.be/fmZdI8jinIw - ITS THE FOOD! Not the lifestyle per se. ITS THE DIET. ITS THE FOOD. All Asians can't be and aren't gym rats but they don't sit 1/3 of the day.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Pop star Selena Gomez diagnosed with lupus - BBC News
The disease is currently treated by drugs, and by chemotherapy designed to suppress the action of the immune system. - nutritionfacts.org/?s=autoimmune & nutritionfacts.org/video/cancer-as-an-autoimmune-disease/ - Immunosurveillance Hypothesis & nutritionfacts.org/2014/07/03/how-animal-proteins-may-trigger-autoimmune-disease/ //&! bbc.in/1LCHEzM &! Speaking to Billboard magazine, the 23-year-old was scathing about the gossip websites who suggested she was addicted to drugs. "I wanted so badly to say: 'You guys have no idea. I'm in chemotherapy. You're assholes'." "I locked myself away until I was confident and comfortable again." Gomez went on to criticise the tabloid press, who have spent years picking apart her relationship with ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber as "vile". "I've been working since I was seven. I've been a Unicef ambassador since I was 17. It's so disappointing that I've become a tabloid story," she said.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
NHS could be 'overwhelmed' by people with long-term medical conditions | Society | The Guardian
The soaring number of people with long-term medical conditions [chronic] is threatening to "overwhelm" the NHS [...] The challenges posed by patients with chronic medical conditions are so great that they represent the "healthcare equivalent to climate change" and must force the NHS to undertake a major rethink of how it cares for such patients, Dr Martin McShane says in an interview with the Guardian. [...] 70% of the NHS's £110bn budget – £77bn – as well as £10.9bn of the £15.5bn spent on social care in England, [...] NHS will not bridge the £30bn gap that it fears will have emerged by 2020 between its budget and the volume of care needed [...] a healthy patient costs the NHS about £288 a year, those with one long-term condition cost an estimated £783, those with two cost £1,521 // [More doesnt stop sink overflowing! stop the faucet of new chronically sick people. Lifestyle consultant & nutritionist (living their practice & advice) in every GP office! ] &! bit.ly/1KTWoDR
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Study gives strongest link yet between blood pressure and diabetes | Society | The Guardian
People who have high blood pressure are almost 60% more likely to develop diabetes, according to research on 4.1 million people. The Oxford University study provides the strongest evidence yet of a link between the two conditions. Experts behind the study said more research was needed to see whether using drugs to lower blood pressure would help prevent people developing type 2 diabetes. [ ... stupid, high blood pressure is first thing body gives up (pre-cursor, first thing that gives, arterial function because shit gets clogged up via oil and animal protein, animal products)), next pancreas, are ppl w high blood pressure pre-diabetic and or have already signs of insulin resistance?! again example of looking not at the patient but the symptom/one detail by its own ... ] High blood pressure was linked with new cases of diabetes in a wide range of individuals, including men and women, people of varying ages, as well as those who were normal weight (TOFI!!!), overweight and obese.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
3 Biggest Mistakes People Make in Their Diets - Dr. John McDougall - YouTube
no oil. no to processed food even something like oat cake, because of the vegetable oil! --- food engineering to make processed food addictive and moorish. >> sugar, fat (oil, or butter), and some salt. https://www.youtube.com/user/headveg/search?query=oil >> EMPTY CALORIES ARE THE EPITOMY OF JUNK FOOD - OIL and REFINED SUGARS (and Salt) of any kind; OIL TO NUTS: The Truth About Fats (Jeff Novick DVD) - youtu.be/lbALgjmZUek - mono have no Omega 3 also //&! YOU ARE AS OLD AS YOUR ARTERIES - Salt, Sugar & Oil -- Avoid!! Michael Klaper MD - youtu.be/uWCZkFQdEhs --- take care of your arteries. and blood pressure. ppl w high blood pressure unmanaged (also diabetes) go blind - retinopathy &! Eating Sugar as a Food Ages You (premature ageing) //&! Save yourself, the world and do no harm.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Rare 'healthy' smokers' lungs explained - BBC News
The analysis of more than 50,000 people showed favourable mutations in people's DNA enhanced lung function and masked the deadly impact of smoking. The Medical Research Council scientists say the findings could lead to new drugs to improve lung function. But not smoking will always be the best option, they say. [...] The habit also increases the risk of heart disease and cancers, which are not considered in this study. The scientists also uncovered parts of the genetic code which were more common in smokers than non-smokers. They seem to alter the brain's function and how easily someone can become addicted to nicotine, although that still needs to be confirmed.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
What is REALLY in your burger? Find out here... - YouTube
Animal Protein -- Meat and Dairy -- Cause Cancer - Dr. T. Colin Campbell - China Study and Whole - youtu.be/yfsT-qYeqGM //&! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLW0TEV3YEt-J56pYZm-TgA - Gary Yourofsky //&! food engineering - making stuff moorish, everything. bliss point. --- Chocolate, Cheese, Meat, and Sugar -- Physically Addictive - Neal Barnard - youtu.be/5VWi6dXCT7I //&! 5 Reasons to STOP eating eggs TODAY [Warning graphic] - youtu.be/JTfvdypnAgg &! nutritionfacts.org/?s=egg //&! Whole-Food Plant-Based Diet
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
▶ The Great British Diet - YouTube
8:30 - "acceptable" meaning ABOVE the industry fudged guidelines!? &! 9:00 - the juice/smoothie! processed fruit juice WITHOUT THE FIBER! The fruit, the phytonutrients, the good stuff. // processed, snacking, convenience, ... but not satiating. no fiber. now whole plant based foods. // "mindless" excess. // Reframing >> it is about consumer protection and protecting the NHS from certain bankruptcy VS ohhh nanny state gets not involved what I have in my cupboard and fridge, what I put in my mouth.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
The Last Heart Attack by Dr Sanjay Gupta CNN - YouTube
Esselstyn, the worlds leader in heart disease prevention & reversal. // &! youtu.be/SlIBGG8V8P4 // &! nutritionfacts.org ! // &! Apparently end of 2014 it come to light Clinton is off Vegan diet & switched to Paleo?! - "If Bill Clinton and his doctors can't settle on a diet, what hope is there for the rest of us?" - bit.ly/1VTRsql //&! Clinton explained to Rachael that his physician told him that he was not getting enough good quality protein on a vegan diet. As a result, he now regularly eats fish and is particularly fond of salmon. However, he follows a Paleo-style low-carb diet that excludes dairy. [...] Clinton’s physician is Dr. Mark Hyman (got Paleo low-carb book) [...] “It’s hard being a vegan to eat enough good, quality protein and not have too much starch. I know a lot of fat vegans.” [<< anecdotal evidence, are u for real?!] - bit.ly/1F08V7U // &! China Study & Proteinaholic Book! & Forks Over Knives docu!
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Heart Disease Prevention: What You Need to Know - YouTube
30:40 // good fats/bad fats. bad fats: trans and saturated fat (meat, dairy products, ... even coconut oil and palm oil (tropical) [ processed food ] [ peanut butter without palm oil, sugar and salt! ]) // then there are the liquid vegetable oils - polyunsaturated fat // monounsaturated fat >> good fats; see http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=monounsaturated &! http://nutritionfacts.org/video/extra-virgin-olive-oil/ http://nutritionfacts.org/video/are-avocados-good-for-you/ // // &! min 56 LOBBY EFFORTS SUCCESSFUL AGAIN - 2015 Dietary Guidelines. // &! 1h10m - Fish Oil (Omega3) vs Vegan Source - http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=Fish+Oil // &! New Guidelines for Treatment of Cholesterol: Prevention of Heart Disease and Stroke - https://youtu.be/DR5XGJGEGpc
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
A red meat-derived glycan promotes inflammation and cancer progression
(( http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=Neu5Gc )) A well known, epidemiologically reproducible risk factor for human carcinomas is the long-term consumption of “red meat” of mammalian origin. [...] Taken together, our data provide an unusual mechanistic explanation for the epidemiological association between red meat consumption and carcinoma risk. This mechanism might also contribute to other chronic inflammatory processes epidemiologically associated with red meat consumption. /// Similar mechanisms may contribute to the association of red meat consumption with other diseases, such as atherosclerosis and type 2 diabetes, which are also exacerbated by inflammation.
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january 2015 by asterisk2a
Stent: Mehr Schlaganfälle als bei reinmedikamentöser Behandlung - SPIEGEL ONLINE
etc. --- nutritionfacts.org ( http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=atherosclerosis ) - change of lifestyle/whole plant foods. // if nobody would be at risk dying of heart disease, where would be big pharma's products?
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october 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Out-of-hospital plan 'a recipe for disaster', MPs warn
The Health Select Committee said the NHS faced "one of its greatest challenges" dealing with patients with long-term conditions, such as diabetes. They account for 70% of health spending but only 30% of patients. The NHS has tried to ensure more care is done in the community, but the MPs questioned the wisdom of this strategy. The cross-party group said these patients would still need specialist hospital care. [...] Figures show these patients are responsible for two-thirds of outpatient and A&E visits and occupy 77% of beds.
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
Is porridge a miracle food? Eating a regular bowl of oatmeal may mean cleaner arteries, protection from cancer | National Post
Oats are the breakfast of choice for many athletes and dieters, who find the high fibre levels give them energy for longer. The combination of fibre, vitamins and minerals in whole grains has also been linked to a reduced risk of diseases. One particular fibre found only in oats — called beta-glucan — has already been credited with lowering cholesterol which can help protect against heart disease. But scientists at the Annual Conference of the American Chemical Society in Dallas, Tex., yesterday said there was growing evidence that the benefits of oats do not just come from the fibre. Researchers said studies suggested that a bioactive compound called avenanthramide could stop fat forming in the arteries, causing heart attacks and strokes.
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
More Than an Apple a Day: Preventing Our Most Common Diseases - YouTube
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