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What kind of blood pressures are we talking about here? 147 mmHg systolic versus 134. “Autopsies on nearly 1,300 older people, including about 640 clergy members, found more signs of damage and one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease in …
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Science Based Medicine has a new article on supplements for osteoarthritis pain. A snippet: “Based on their review, the authors do not recommend omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins D and E, willow bark extract,collagen hydrolysate, glucosamine, chondroitin, combinations of glucosamine and …
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Little old ladies who fall and break their hips nearly always have a bone-thinning condition called osteoporosis. The Mediterranean diet seems to help fight it. From a press release: “The study is the first long-term, pan-European clinical trial looking at …
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The Journal of Nutrition in 2017 published a study that looked at baseline diet characteristics of over 21,000 folks, then over the next six years noted who died, and why. Guess how many died? Here’s a clue. These U.S. study …
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Advanced Mediterranean Diet by Steve Parker, M.d. - 1M ago

I ran across a 1973 cookbook put together by my senior year high school classmates, probably as a fundraiser. My mother had saved it for decades but unloaded it on me when she downsized her lifestyle a few years ago. …
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This research report would probably be interesting to dissect, if you have an extra $36 dollars laying around. Note that calories count, after all. Quotes: Highlights •Intermittent and continuous energy restriction resulted in similar weight loss after one year in …
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Olive oil figures prominently in my recipes and diets. A recent conference summarizes why. Highlights •Olive oil is the main source of visible fat in the Mediterranean area. •Research is showing interesting salubrious activities of olive oil. •Olive oil and …
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Yet another good article from Gretchen Reynolds at NYT: “Lifting weights might also lift moods, according to an important new review of dozens of studies about strength training and depression. It finds that resistance exercise often substantially reduces people’s gloom, …
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“Countries in Southern Europe, famed for the Mediterranean diet that is held up around the world as an example of healthy eating, now have the highest rates of childhood overweight and obesity, a major survey indicates. The high rate is …
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It’s over. Four months of mostly nothing but salads. I wanted to lose some weight. I started at 175.5 lb (79.8 kg) and have ended at 162 lb (73.6 kg). So call it down 13 pounds. Not quite a stone …
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