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Erythritol Improves Blood Vessel Health

Erythritol, a sugar alcohol that is 60-70% as sweet as suger, has been shown to improve blood vessel condition. A study presented this year at the Institute of Food Technologists in Las Vegas shows evidence that Erythritol helped prevent cell death in tests, and lowered the creation of adhesion molecules […]

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Not All Calories Created Equal

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that diets which lower the surge of blood sugar after a meal–either low carb or low glycemic index – fare better than low fat diets in keeping the weight off. Researchers Cara Ebeling and David Ludwig suggest that […]

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TV As a Child Decreases Fitness?

A new study published by the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity suggests that ‘television babysitting’, a common practice among parents, could be harmful to their children’s fitness. The study examined reported television viewing hours between the ages of 29 and 54 months and compared those with results […]

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The Truth about Creatine: Not a Panacea, but Close

A Panacea, according to the first semi-reputable website in Google (which happens to be Wikipedia) is a term used “to represent any solution to solve all problems related to a particular issue”. In medicinal terms, it’s used to refer to a medicine that does everything and does everything well with […]

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