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If you have ever played chess, you will know that in order to win you must anticipate your adversary’s next moves. The more moves you can anticipate and the more patterns you can recognize, the more success you are likely … Continue reading

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Insulin has an especially dramatic influence on enzymes called lipases. Lipases are like little Pac Men who run around your body, releasing body fat from its cushy containers so it can be shuttled into muscle cells to get burned off … Continue reading

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It’s the middle of summer and many of us are taking advantage of some time off for holidays.  Wherever your summer travels may take you it always a good idea to be prepared for the unexpected!  The following tips will … Continue reading

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  I have seen patients slowly see their perception of colours diminish, followed by shapes, and gradual loss of their sense of vision completely. The results are nothing short of devastating. I have seen patients with vision loss lose their … Continue reading

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Speak to almost any anthropologist and he/she will tell you that 99.9% of human physiology developed in the wild, thousands of years ago. As some Paleolithic experts have said in the past, “We are in a sense living with Fred … Continue reading

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A 10 year study from the Harvard Medical School reports that multi-vitamin therapy has no effect on coronary heart disease. As a graduate of HMS I found this report disturbing. It was a waste of money on a study doomed to failure. Of course it would … Continue reading

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A report from the University of Cambridge, England, says that increased blood levels of vitamin C are associated with a decreased risk of ischemic stroke, the type due to a blood clot, rather than brain hemorrhage. In effect, those with the highest … Continue reading

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Once upon a time the type A executive, shouting orders, and working long hours was the stereotype believed to die young. But the British Whitehall study of civil servants, started in 1960, says this is a popular myth. Rather, those … Continue reading

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Do you remember what life was like when you were 20 years old? Vaguely, huh? Well, those were the days when you had the energy to shoot hoops for three hours for nothing more than something to do. Those were … Continue reading

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We reduce our calories to the point of actually slowing our metabolism, we get rid of all the fat (forgetting that the brain is 60 percent fat) and raise our fat-converting carbohydrates through the roof … Continue reading

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