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Only eat foods that are processed the way they were 100 years ago by Naturalgal Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:18pm Last night my daughter and I were in a different part of town and decided to check out a grocery store that we don’t normally shop. I saw some organic tortillas in the natural section of the store. Upon my daughter’s further examination we found that it also included mono-diglycerides, fumaric acid, potassium sobrate, guar gum, cellulose ... Read on »
Bad Fat Doesn't Always Mean a Big Ass - Targeting High Cholesterol by Amanda Health Maven Posted Thu 13 May 2010 11:31am Yes I have absolutely been tardy with my postings.  That being said - I'm kind of proud of myself. I am an A type. You know like to win, like to speak last, like to dance on tables the best - you get the idea.  But lately (the entire last 6 months) - my work, my kids, my home and crazy life stuff has made my need and fun stuff take a backseat. ... Read on »
Cholesterol - The Good, The Bad, and Your Diet by WeightLossTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: When it comes to risk for heart disease, cholesterol has a split personality. Bonnie Taub-Dix, RD, American Dietetic Association: There is LDL cholesterol, which is not good cholesterol, which encourages the deposit of fat in the arteries. And then there's HDL cholesterol, which actually is good cholesterol. Matter of fact, there are m ... Read on »
Sugar. Cholesterol. JAMA. Finally. by Dr. Barbara Berkeley Medical Doctor Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 7:44pm By Barbara Berkeley, MD Scientists are supposed to be curious. Weren’t they once the little boys and girls who peppered their parents with a zillion questions about how the world worked? Didn’t they once want to solve the riddles of the universe?   But then the scientists grew up and like all the rest of us, they became less open minded. ... Read on »
Why Do Most Doctors Seem Clueless When It Comes To Understanding Cholesterol? by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 26 Apr 2010 9:09am Being a member of the highly-respected medical profession has got to be one of the most rewarding experiences for those who choose to invest and educate themselves for many years to serve the general public with the knowledge they’ve obtained through all of this intense training. It’s not an easy road to obtain those letters after you name s ... Read on »
Exposure to Perfluoroalkyl Acids Increase Cholesterol in Children by Denise Reynolds RD LDN Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 9:40am Cooking with excess fats, such as butter and lard, is linked to dyslipidemia (abnormal cholesterol). To reduce the amount of fat consumed, many cooks use non-stick pots and pans, but ironically, the chemicals used to make the non-stick coating has now also been associated with higher blood cholesterol levels in children. Read on »
In Praise of Fat and Cholesterol by Marissa V. Posted Mon 19 Sep 2011 11:56pm What if I told you that the amount of cholesterol you eat has little bearing on cholesterol levels in your blood? If you're accustomed to eating egg whites and avoiding butter, you may not believe it. But the truth is, cholesterol-rich foods like organic eggs and real butter, wild caught seafood and full fat raw, organic dairy products have ... Read on »
Fat and Cholesterol are our friends! by mike santoro Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 4:23pm One of the most unhealthy misconceptions brought forth over the last century was started by one German Scientist and Procter & Gamble, an all to eager company quick to buy in.  In no time at all what has been called one of the most brilliant marketing schemes paved the way for a very deadly product.  A "lard lookalike" that was anything but, and ... Read on »
CHOOSE YOUR LOW-CHOLESTEROL, HEART-HEALTHY DIET by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:44pm Written by Neill Abayon MEAT,POULTRY, FISH and SHELLFISH CHOOSE - Lean cuts of meat with the fat trimmed,chickes and fish. GO EASY - Shellfish such as tahong and talaba. AVOID - Fatty cuts of meat, goose, duck, liver, kidneys, sausage, bacon, lechon, regular luncheon meats, hot dogs, cheeseburgers, adobong bab ... Read on »
The scream by thebionicbroad Posted Sat 05 May 2012 8:22am I recently "checked in" on Facebook from a fabulous place that has about 100 different ways to order your hot dog. My choice that day was a bacon-wrapped, deep-fried hot dog, smothered with garlic-fried potatoes, pastrami, mustard, and a pickle spear. I ate a few crispies from the potatoes, and moved the rest aside. I picked out the pastrami, ... Read on »