Curcumin Slashes Heart Disease Risk


Hi everyone. Unless you've been living under a rock you've heard a lot about curcumin or turmeric lately. It's apparently good for everything. I'm going to talk about it today.

Interesting article here. This one is from a journal called Complimentary Therapies in Medicine in August of 2017 and this is about curcumin's effect on basically parts of the cholesterol panel in type two diabetics. Now, type two diabetics are notorious for having high triglycerides and high markers that would indicate their risk for heart disease. Heart attack, stroke, those kinds of things.

So being able to make a difference in that is substantial. I've done a few blog posts in the past few weeks about how to change type two diabetes. That's probably the bigger problem and one of the approaches that needs to be instituted in people like this. However, in the meantime, or in patients who refuse or their doctor tells them they can't fast or whatever, this is an option.

So in this study, they were looking at...

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New Hypertension Guidelines, Are They For Real?


Hey, everyone. All right, so today, different article to talk about. I'm going to spend some time talking about the article and then some time talking a little bit about just, generally, what it means to you and what it means in clinical practice. That'll make more sense to you in a minute. The new article is ... This comes from CNN, not always who I go to for medical information, but you'll see why I did in this case. The article title is Nearly Half of Americans Now Have High Blood Pressure Based on New Guidelines. Let's see who it is ... according to American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology, and they say, nine other health professional organizations. They've come out with new guidelines for blood pressure.

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Heart disease, saturated fat, cholesterol, new opinions


Hi everyone, all right today I want to take a minute and talk to you about an article that I just recently came across. This one is from the British Medical Journal, and it's titled, "Saturated Fat Does not Clog the Arteries. Coronary heart disease is a chronic inflammatory condition, the risk of which can be effectively reduced from healthy lifestyle interventions".

          Now, to most of my patients, that's not a big surprise, but it's nice to see it actually written openly in something a prestigious as the British Medical Journal. So, when we look at this, I'm gonna go through a couple of quotes from this, this is from ... Oh gosh, now I'm going to butcher their names, Haseem Malotra, Rita Redburg, and Pascal Meyer. So if you want to look it up, this is November 24th, 2017 in the British Medical Journal.

        Okay. So, as we look through this: To spite popular belief among doctors and the public, the conceptual model of dietary...

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