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Intermittent fasting: the cure for obesity and diabetes

“Fasting and natural diet should be the first treatment when someone discovers that she or he has a medical problem (Dr. Joel Fuhrman, M.D.).”Thus begins Episode 8 of the recent iThrive series, Rising from the Depths of Diabetes and Obesity, “From fasting to re-connection. Essential tools for an iThrive lifestyle,” shown Nov. 21, 2017 (available […]

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Cornerstone Post – Overall Summary

Health, Happiness, Weight Loss, Exercise or Yoga and Real Food: Take Charge of your Life! Robert K. Walker   Real food is the antidote to chronic disease, overweight and obesity. Do you remember the story of the elephant in the room that everybody ignored? (http://www.realfood4healthandweightloss.com/how-to-maintain-motivation-on-your-diet/). “What elephant in the room?  I just need a fly […]

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Access Dropbox

Access the DropBox! See many fascinating articles in the Dropbox, https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7dc8jptsjtau9ox/AACyD9gx59GS6tIw0_1seatla?dl=0 . The latest addition: one of many beautiful yoga videos from http://realfood4healthandweightloss.com/go/yogaburn Share0 Share +10 Tweet0

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Fat Makes you Slender and Healthy?

“What is the single best thing you can do for your health, weight and longevity? Eat more fat!” Mark Hyman, MD, Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine “Now in a new book called “Eat Fat, Get Thin,” Dr. Hyman takes a deep dive into the science behind dietary fat, making sense of […]

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What Americans Think about Diet: 1% vegan, 1% Paleo. Real Food???

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The Latest Science on Fat Loss

  Scientific Findings on Fat Loss Before getting into a discussion of the concept of real food, let’s cover the basics of fat loss. There are a lot of diets out there, and a lot of people who try them without much success. What’s the real low-down? Besides the fact that reduced heaviness tends to […]

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The Elephant in the Room

What elephant in the room?  I just need a fly swatter! Confused about all the dietary recommendations out there? Meanwhile, time is passing, and we’re not getting any younger! Hint: look for the obvious, but check out the quality of the latest scientific and historical research behind it. So what’s the elephant? In the United […]

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Government Guidelines and Faulty Food Pyramids

On July 31, 2014, the Huffington Post published an article by its health diretor, Meredith Melnick, and a politics reporter, entitled “What The Government Got Wrong About Nutrition — And How It Can Fix It” (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/31/usda-dietary-guidelines-diabetes_n_5635554.html). Now, two years later, we may well ask to what degree it has indeed “fixed it.” The article begins […]

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Diet and Death

Comparison of leading causes of deaths, Global, 2000 and 2012 Source: World Health Organization.  http://www.realfood4healthandweightloss.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/WHO-data-1.pdf Five of the leading causes of death in the world increased in frequency from 2000 to 2012 (see WHO graph, above). Of these, road injury is not a disease. Of the other four, three are directly related to diet: ischemic […]

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