Article from PCRM. Omega-3 supplements do not protect against heart disease and other chronic conditions, according to a review published in Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Researchers reviewed 79 studies that compared consumption of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) with cardiovascular health.
Dr. Doug Lisle and Dr. Alan Goldhamer speak about The Pleasure Trap Audio Book.
âIn this interview, Chef AJ talks with the co-authors of The Pleasure Trap Audio Book, Dr. Alan Goldhamer and Dr. Doug Lisle, about the release of their book on audio. If you enjoy seeing these two amazing doctors present together, you can see them live in Las Vegas at the Ultimate Weight Loss Conference.
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Researchers found that eating a Mediterranean diet slows some changes in the brain that may indicate early Alzheimerâs disease. The results point to a lifestyle change that could help reduce the risk of this type of age-related dementia.
Article by Dr. Neal Barnard. The presidentâs recent checkup indicates that he has heart disease. He is not alone. About 92 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease, and heart disease is the No. 1 killer in the United States. The 222 pounds of meat, 274 eggs, and 35 pounds of cheese the average American is projected to consume in 2018 certainly wonât help matters. So I invite the president to take a moment at the State of the Union Address on Jan. 30 and invite all Americans to join him in the fight against heart disease by signing up for the bipartisan 9177544613