Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ocean life on the brink of mass extinctions: study – Yahoo! News

Yet another reason to not eat fish… OSLO (Reuters) – Life in the oceans is at imminent risk of the worst spate of extinctions in millions of years due to threats such as climate change and over-fishing, a study showed … Continue reading

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A Vegetarian Dietary Pattern as a Nutrient-Dense Approach to Weight Management

Here’s a neat article on weight loss…  I’m just posting the end of the article, to read the whole thing, click the link below. Conclusions These findings suggest that vegetarian diets are nutrient dense, consistent with dietary guidelines, and could … Continue reading

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Study: Lifespan sank in hundreds of US counties – Yahoo! News

Well, ouch… ATLANTA AP — Americans are living longer, but not in every corner of the country. A new study shows that in hundreds of U.S. counties — mostly in the South — life expectancy has fallen.The researchers believe problems … Continue reading

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Plant Based Chefs – The Puppies!

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Information is Beautiful: Plenty More Fish In The Sea? | News | guardian.co.uk

Does anyone else think that this is scary? It’s hard to imagine the damage over-fishing is wrecking on the oceans. The effects are literally invisible, hidden deep in the ocean. But there is data out there. And when you visualise … Continue reading

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Weight-Loss Surgery Linked to Rise in Fracture Risk – Yahoo! News

Yet another reason to eat healthy, so you don’t have to have costly surgeries… Prior research has shown that people who undergo surgery to lose weight, such as gastric bypass, have an increased risk for bone fractures. One study, for … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Diet is good for Kidneys According to a Study

Eating a vegetarian diet, and avoiding processed foods, will help you become healthier. A new stay from Washington suggested that by sticking to vegetarian diet could help kidney disease patients avoid the accumulation of toxic levels of phosphorous in their … Continue reading

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The High Cost of Cheap Meat – NYTimes.com

Ouch…  This is really not good. Small doses of antibiotics — too small to kill bacteria — are fed to factory farm animals as part of their regular diet to promote growth and offset the risks of overcrowding. What factory … Continue reading

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The new food ‘plate’ is in!

And I’m not quite sure what to think about it yet, it’s much more simple… It doesn’t acknowledge that protein can be found, in all of the other items on the plate. Now, here’s something that’s been around for a … Continue reading

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Finally, the Truth About Soy | zen habits

Here’s a neat article about Soy products… It’s one of those things that has spread on the Internet and unbelievably, has become accepted truth to many people: that soy is unhealthy, even dangerous. I mention (to otherwise smart and informed … Continue reading

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