Posted byon Thu, 17 May 12 11:06
Today’s meta-analysis apparently presents a good case for giving those over 50, at low risk for heart disease, statins for the rest of life. But it fails to accurately take into account side effects.
Posted byon Thu, 17 May 12 06:50
Every day Britons drink 70 million cups of coffee – roughly two each per adult. Is it good or bad for you? Increase or decrease diabetes risk? Do coffee drinkers die young or live long? A new study reports..
Posted byon Sun, 13 May 12 12:54
Homocysteine, an indicator of a lack of B vitamins (B6, B12 or folic acid), is a excellent predictor of heart disease and stroke risk. But some studies didn’t find that giving homocysteine lowering B vitamins to those with heart disease reduced risk. A re-analysis of a key study suggests that taking aspirin interferes with B vitamin’s benefit.
Posted byon Fri, 11 May 12 18:12
Aemonn lost 7 stone (45kg) in 7 months and reversed his high blood pressure. Wendy lost 6 stone and reversed her diabetes. Julie lost 19lbs in six weeks, and eight inches off her waist. What health transformations have you had on my Low GL Diet? There’s a prize..