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russelleaton

Wokingham, United Kingdom
Hi, I'm the author of The Foolproof Diet (www.the-foolproof-diet.com) and I also have a blog at http://themilkblog.blogspot.com/.  Keeping fit and well is quite straightforward; it's just a question of knowing what to do.  I would like to offer you good folks a free ebook of... Full Bio
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Eating with Diabetes: Exposing the Common Myths by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The following article was kindly contributed by Emma B. Wood, a dental assistant who has a blog for diabetics at  www.diabeticdietrecipes.org Maintaining a healthy diet is ... Read on »
Why Fruit Juice Is So Bad For Health by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Scientists have proved for the first time that fructose, a cheap form of sugar used in thousands of food products and soft drinks, can damage human metabolism and is fuellin ... Read on »
Is Soy Milk Bad for You? by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living BY AHEWCN, ON SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2010 (The article below is reproduced from the following website: www.whatyourbabyneeds.com/is-soy-milk-bad-for-you/) Over the past de ... Read on »
Why raw milk is bad food by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Many people argue that raw milk (unpasteurized dairy milk) is good for you and much better than pasteurized milk. The raw vs. Pasteurized debate is a long standing one and i ... Read on »
Why India Has The Highest Rate of Heart Attacks In The World by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living "Heart disease is the single largest cause of death in India with heart attacks being accountable for one third of all deaths caused by heart diseases."  Source:  http://www ... Read on »
What Causes Heart Attacks? It’s not what you think! by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living A heart attack occurs when blood flow to a section of heart muscle becomes blocked. If the flow of blood isn’t restored quickly, the section of heart muscle becomes damaged ... Read on »
The Big Elephant In The Room by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living MAP is the big elephant in the room that nobody wants to talk about. The milk industry pretend it’s not there but growing evidence means it can no longer be ignored. The ele ... Read on »
Save money - make your own super nutritious almond milk by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Almond milk is made from almond nuts. The almond tree reaches a height of 3-7 M (9-22 ft) and has beautiful pink or white flowers that bloom in spring. The dry, leathery alm ... Read on »
Maple Syrup Is Your Tasty Food That Can Fight Cancer and Diabetes by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living (Article contributed by Sandy Harris) Are you looking for a natural solution to reduce the risk of diabetes and slow down the growth of cancer cells?  Your search is proba ... Read on »
How To Lose Weight In A Week by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living ‘How to lose weight quickly’ diets are all over the media, on television, websites, newsstands, radio, magazines and books. Most overweight people want to know how to l ... Read on »
Best Way To Make Milk as Substitute for Dairy Milk by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Coconut Milk Powder can be purchased in supermarkets for making milk at home. However, this is not recommended because it usually contains whey or some other dairy milk pro ... Read on »
Skim and Semi-Skim Milk is Worst For Cancer by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Health conscious people often opt for skim or semi-skim milk thinking it is better for health. Unfortunately, this is proving to be a bad choice when it comes to cancer. T ... Read on »
Hi Folks, From time to time I ... by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Hi Folks, From time to time I get blog posts that extol the wonders of raw milk. Some people seem to believe that raw milk is actually good for you. That if the cow is fed ... Read on »
Many people have asked me for ... by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Many people have asked me for the perfect replacement for dairy milk. To suddenly give up dairy milk is a step too far for many people because it also means giving up the ... Read on »
New research shows milk is poor source of calcium by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The Milk Myth: What Your Body Really Needs (This article taken from Mercola.com) A recent study claims that young adults are not drinking enough milk -- at least according ... Read on »
Got Milk PMS commercials – the murky truth by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living "Got Milk" is the name of an advertising campaign referred to as a 'milk consumption campaign'. It is sponsored by the milk industry. Got Milk came out of the Californian Mi ... Read on »
Organic milk less healthy than regular milk by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It is generally accepted that organic food is, at the very least, not worse than nonorganic food. But when it comes to dairy milk it’s another matter. A new book reveals dra ... Read on »
How to maximize your health and lifespan by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Science is advancing at such a pace that centenarians are becoming common place. Living to 120 or even 140 years is now very feasible for people who are today under 70. Yo ... Read on »
Got Osteoporosis? The Conspiracy behind milk by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The following is an extract form an article published by Courtney Kaminski at www.brockpress.com . Issue date: 10/10/07 "The recommendation to drink three glasses of low ... Read on »
Link between iron deficiency, obesity and milk by russelleaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Scientists Establish Link Between Iron Deficiency And Childhood Obesity September 5, 2007 7:27 a.m. EST Nidhi Sharma - AHN News Writer Washington D.C. (AHN) - Obese ... Read on »