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* '''[https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/08/200826141413.htm Transplanted brown-fat-like cells hold promise for obesity and diabetes]
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* [https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/vitamin-d-sufficiency-may-reduce-complications-of-covid-19 Study:Vitamin D sufficiency may reduce complications of COVID-19]
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* [https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/covid-19-can-we-tackle-the-root-cause-of-inflammation COVID-19: Can we tackle the root cause of inflammation?]
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* [https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/09/200930094758.htm The ancient Neanderthal hand in severe COVID-19]
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==Got the other COVID-19?(Weight gain of 19 lbs?)==
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During the ongoing [[COVID-19]] pandemic, many people are [[gaining weight]] due to [[stress]], [[overeating]], lack of [[exercise]] etc. Unfortunately, [[obesity]] is one of the major risk factors for not only getting COVID-19, but also at risk of getting a more complications, and even [[death]] from COVID.
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ketogenic diet is a high-[[fat]] adequate-[[protein]] [[low-carbohydrate diet]]. Learn [[Ketogenic diet|more...]]
 
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'''''Let Food Thy Medicine, and Medicine Be Thy Food! - Hippocrates!'''''
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* [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33643929/%20Viral%20Infections,%20the%20 Microbiome, and probiotics] Free full text article
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Viral infections are on the rise globally as has been seen with the [[COVID-19]] pandemic. Could there be a link with the changes in our gut [[microbiome]], lack of probiotics and increase in the incidence of viral infections? According to the above article, the answer is yes.
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* [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31977888/ Neurologic music therapy in multiple sclerosis: A pilot study]
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* [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33616801/ Diabetes is most important cause for mortality in COVID-19 hospitalized patients]
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* [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33588905/ Could nutritional supplements act as therapeutic adjuvants in COVID-19]
 
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'''''Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food - Hippocrates'''''
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==Up to 90% info wrong==
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* Did you know that up to '''90% of the [https://www.businessinsider.com/social-media-influencers-give-bad-health-advice-90-percent-of-time-study-shows-2019-4 traditional nutritional advice] was proven wrong''' in a research study?
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* In another large British study of studies that reviewed 72 academic studies involving more than 600,000 participants, [https://www.science20.com/news_articles/do_saturated_fats_really_cause_heart_disease-131862 they found that saturated fat consumption] was not associated with [[coronary disease]] risk.
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== Study:Dietary cholesterol may not raise cardiovascular risk ==
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Although you have long heard that [[dietary cholesterol]] is generally not good for the cardiovascular health, you might be surprised to know that high quality, well conducted research studies have shown no relationship between dietary cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. Learn more on the high-quality '''[https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000743 research]''' published on circulation, that found '''no''' link between dietary cholesterol and [[heart disease]]. The opposite of what this study showed was long presumed to be true and was the basis of the erroneous diet heart hypothesis which in turn formed the basis for the many failed dietary recommendations such as the [[food pyramid]].
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==Blood cholesterol and dietary cholesterol are not the same==
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The secret of understanding this seemingly contradictory finding, that blood cholesterol increases the heard disease risk but not the dietary cholesterol, is the fact that most of blood cholesterol, is manufactured in our own liver from [[glucose]] via [[Citric acid cycle]] or Krebs cycle. The stimulus for this liver pathway is the blood sugar control hormone, [[insulin]], which increased dramatically in the last 50 years due to the low fat but high starch diet that was promoted as healthy (called [[insulin resistance]]).
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Got the other COVID-19?(Weight gain of 19 lbs?)

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The term human anatomy comprises a consideration of the various structures which make up the human organism. In a restricted sense it deals merely with the parts which form the fully developed individual and which can be rendered evident to the naked eye by various methods of dissection. Regarded from such a standpoint it may be studied by two methods: (1) the various structures may be separately considered—systematic anatomy or (2) the organs and tissues may be studied in relation to one another—topographical or regional anatomyLearn More on Gray's anatomy

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Study:Dietary cholesterol may not raise cardiovascular risk

Although you have long heard that dietary cholesterol is generally not good for the cardiovascular health, you might be surprised to know that high quality, well conducted research studies have shown no relationship between dietary cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. Learn more on the high-quality research published on circulation, that found no link between dietary cholesterol and heart disease. The opposite of what this study showed was long presumed to be true and was the basis of the erroneous diet heart hypothesis which in turn formed the basis for the many failed dietary recommendations such as the food pyramid.

Blood cholesterol and dietary cholesterol are not the same

The secret of understanding this seemingly contradictory finding, that blood cholesterol increases the heard disease risk but not the dietary cholesterol, is the fact that most of blood cholesterol, is manufactured in our own liver from glucose via Citric acid cycle or Krebs cycle. The stimulus for this liver pathway is the blood sugar control hormone, insulin, which increased dramatically in the last 50 years due to the low fat but high starch diet that was promoted as healthy (called insulin resistance).

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