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Milk Study – Drink More Milk, Get More Fractures?

By Carlyle Coash

Milk intake and risk of mortality and fractures in women and men: cohort studies BMJ 2014; (Published 28 October 2014) Karl Michaëlsson, et.al. Correspondence to: K Michaëlsson [email protected] Abstract Objective To examine whether high milk consumption is associated with mortality and fractures in women and men. Design Cohort studies. Setting Three counties in central Sweden. […]

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The New Dietary Guidelines: Here’s The Science You Didn’t See

By Carlyle Coash

The results are in! Finally. The new (2015) dietary guidelines from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) were finally published in January 2016. Here’s the link: NEW DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONS A large part of the delay came from intense lobbying to prevent language that would discourage people from eating too much beef. Despite extensive peer reviewed […]

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Sugar, Cancer and the Old Story Medicine Keeps Forgetting to Remember

By Damon Miller

In part two of our series I wanted to share about a great event I attended. I recently attended the 2015 Annual meeting of The International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists (IAACN). The IAACN is the Professional Membership Organization of practicing clinical nutritionists in many health care professions, and the focus of this year’s […]

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The Impact of One Hour: New Useful Infographic On Soda

By Organic MD

An Infographic created by the site The Renegade Pharmacist in May has taken on a life of its own this week. The graphic, showing the effect of a can of soda on the body in an hour, peaked interest for many and went viral. The item was popular enough to spur a second graphic looking […]

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This Week Experts Tackle Sugary Drinks. They Are Not Happy.

By Carlyle Coash

Add one more strike against sugary drinks this week. Soda. Fruit juices. Artificially sweetened beverages. They all took a big hit yesterday with a new study published in the BMJ (the British Medical Journal) by Fumiaki Imamura from Cambridge University. Click HERE to read the study. It’s worth the read. For the last few months we’ve […]

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It Looks Like Milk Has Truly Gone Over to the Dark Side

By Carlyle Coash

Peeps Flavored Milk. I almost don’t need to say anything else at this point. Peeps Flavored Milk should basically convey everything quite well. If Peeps are unfamiliar to you, check out the picture below. They are little sugary marshmellow treats that come out especially at Easter time. (Although they seem to appear all year long […]

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