Weight Management, Health, & Longevity Via the Mediterranean Diet. This blog's mission is to share ideas regarding implementation of the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle for improved health, longer life, and weight management. Additional focus will be on updating what we know about the lifestyle, and how we might improve it. Run by Steve Parker, M.D.
Click the link below for details. It’s a long article but could save you thousands of dollars unless you’re covered by one of the semi-socialized health insurance schemes like Medicare, Tricare, or Medicaid. The author knows what he’s talking about. …
“Patients frequently paid more for drugs through copays than the cost of those medications to insurers or pharmacy benefit managers, a research letter in JAMA indicated.” Source: Over 20% of Copays Exceed Actual Drug Cost (JAMA) | Medpage Today
A couple PhD nutritionists with the University of Arizona Cancer Center reviewed the literature in favor of the healthy Mediterranean diet in 2017. They agree with me that the health claims hold up to scrutiny. From the abstract: A …
Best Supplements for Men was published in 2017 so should still be up to date. I have the paperback but it’s also available as a Kindle e-book. Per Amazon.com’s rating system, I give it five stars (I love it). * …
I’ve been telling you guys for years to eat cold-water fatty fish twice weekly. To protect your heart. Now we have another reason… “Omega-3 fatty acids may play an important role in lowering the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), …
I’m thinking about using Nutritics for my nutrient analysis, rather than some of the free options like SparkPeople or FitDay. NutritionData still seems to be very popular, too, but they don’t keep up with new versions of the USDA database (currently on …
At my other Advanced Mediterranean Diet website, a few years ago I asked visitors to answer a poll question. 2,367 responded thusly: What single food category makes you gain the most fat weight?Fatty foods like bacon, butter, oils, nuts: 5% …
ketogenic diet – Explore – Google Trends https://t.co/61Lx0qB2fR — Steve Parker, M.D. (@steveparkermd) February 28, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Click the top link above for a five-year Google trend on “ketogenic diet.” WordPress.com doesn’t allow me to embed the graph and I’m …
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