Posts Tagged ‘Cardiovascular Health’
Is WHO Right About Stevia and Other Non-Nutritive Sweeteners?
The World Health Organization advises not to use non-nutritive sweeteners for weight control. Specifically, their statement says: Non-Sugar sweeteners should not be used nor expected to assist in weight loss. In fact clinical studies link their use to actually increased risk of new-onset obesity, cardiovascular disease, mortality and preterm labor according to the World Health…Read More
Erythritol: Healthy or Increased Risk of Heart Attacks?
Does Erythritol increase heart attacks? If you read the headlines lately, you’re probably thinking – yes! I’ve seen the natural sweetener erythritol recently linked to increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular death. I knew immediately, we’d have a flurry of comments and concerns around this popular, calorie-free sweetener. Many health foods, protein drinks,…Read More
The Powerful Weight Loss Benefits of Tea
One of the most common health problems today is obesity. It has become difficult to keep a healthy diet since most of us are overexposed every day to cheap fast food chains and meals that just get bigger and bigger (and never healthier). Trying to find solutions is now a priority for many people concerned…Read More
The Superfood That Should Not Be Ignored
These substances are not under the classification of vitamins, mineral, amino acid or fatty acids but are labeled “phytochemicals”.Read More
Grab this secret for adding years to your health.
One of my favorite docs, Dr Keith Mumby recently stated: The most common cause of death is ignorance.Read More