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ASPARTAME AND CARCINOGENICITY

HEART ATTACK, STROKE, DIABETES, METABOLIC SYNDROME The American Stroke Association held their International Stroke Conference where researchers presented the findings of a landmark study on diet drinks. The Manhattan Study sponsored by the NIH published in 2012 (Hanna Gardener MD) found that those who drank at least one diet soda per day had a 43% […]

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THE HEART HEALTHY HOSPITAL MENU

Recently I came across my home town hospital’s “heart healthy” menu. This menu provides food choices for patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD). It’s assumed that these choices come from well-grounded science that demonstrates to the dietician certain principles that must be followed in order not to fuel additional endothelial damage (blood vessel disease). Now I […]

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EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY DONUT

“EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY DONUT”   Figure 1 The donut eater and inflammation. Today, I’d like to introduce you to a novel concept that I have been developing in my (hopefully soon to be published) book: InflaNATION: The Industrial Diner and a Doc in the Box. Since this article is also appearing on another  […]

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INDUSTRIAL FOODS LIKE DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

That is to say industrial foods, what I like to call Industrial Dinners, never decompose. Say what? Previously I touched on the term ID but I didn’t get into the deeper definition. The Industrial Dinner is anything for human consumption, be it food or drink, that comes prepared, processed, or otherwise altered by human hands […]

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