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Men, Want better sex?

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In a recent men’ health online article, it was found that a vegan diet boosts men’s sex stamina. Junk food, fast food and animal protein can lead to heart problems and blood flow problems. This can greatly affect your sexual performance. If you’re looking to be a new dad, Harvard School of Public Health said a diet high in diary can lead to low sperm counts. Move toward a vegan diet and enjoy better sex.

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Do as Grandma said, “Eat your veggies everyday!”

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Harvard School of Public Health

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Vegetables, as Socrates said, are our medicine. Nature gave us vegetables & fruits to energize our bodies, protect them from invading diseases and provide the necessary nutrients for life. Without them we are running on dirty and inefficient fuel. It is only a matter of time until our bodies break down. Then we live with disease or die.

The Harvard School of Public Health publicized a study that concluded we should eat our vegetables and plenty of them. It concluded that plant life helps lower the risk, prevent and even improve the flowing:

  1. Cardiovascular diseases
  2. Cancer
  3. High Blood Pressure
  4. Gastrointestinal Health
  5. Vision

Can anyone justify not eating plants? So much is at stake. Simply doing what grandma knew can improve your life substantially. Why risk so much?

The study goes on to say eat plenty of vegetables & fruits. What does plenty mean? More than most Americans eat. This is the single reason so many Americans are sick and die prematurely. It is NOT old age. It is bad fuel!

 

Chicken & Eggs Linked to Inflammation

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Spacefill model of the Cholesterol molecule

Spacefill model of the Cholesterol molecule (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr Greger says since we humans are not really carnivores we have evolved from plant-eating apes and have learned to produce all the cholesterol we need. We also can produce inflammation as needed (cut). Cats are carnivores and do not produce inflammation or cholesterol on their own but get it from their food, namely meat. If we eat animal products we get excessive cholesterol and the stuff that produces inflammation. Chicken and eggs are NOT safe. They produce inflammation and cholesterol in us. Inflammation can lead to cancer and cholesterol can lead to heart disease. The only way to completely avoid these excessive intakes is a strict vegan diet. Watch this important video.

Are Eggs Harmful to your Health?

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Eggs of a Quail (Coturnix sp.), in comparison ...

Eggs of a Quail (Coturnix sp.), in comparison to a chicken’s egg. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The following is breaking news from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and is a most read for everyone:

Eggs Harmful to Health

Eggs increase the risk for heart disease and diabetes, according to a new meta-analysis published in Atherosclerosis. Researchers reviewed 14 studies and found that those who consumed the most eggs had a 19 and 68 percent increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease and diabetes, respectively, compared with those who ate the fewest eggs. For those who already had diabetes, the risk for developing heart disease from eating the most eggs jumped to 83 percent.

Li Y, Zhou C, Zhou X, Li L. Egg consumption and risk of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes: A meta-analysis. Atherosclerosis. Published ahead of print April 17, 2013.

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Eggs vs Cigarettes

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Cardiovascular Disease

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Dr Greger says 3 eggs or more a week builds up cholesterol and plaque in your arteries as does smoking. This increase raised the risk of heart disease by 2/3. The egg industry did not like this. They tried to buy a good review. They just made up an email to discredit the researches. The so-called doctor didn’t write it but his email was hacked. The proof of diet and health is coming out strong. The dairy and meat industries are trying to fight back hard. After all there is a lot of money to be lost!

Olive Oil Improves Health

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Olive Oil!

Olive Oil! (Photo credit: Compton & Wright)

The New England Journal of Medicine says a diet of Olive Oil (Mediterranean) improves health. It lowers cholesterol and blood pressure. Their conclusion was: “Among persons at high cardiovascular risk, a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil or nuts reduced the incidence of major cardiovascular events.” Diet has a major impact on us. Some good and some bad. What is your diet doing for you today?

The Relationship between Meat Intake & Cardiovascular Disease

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A study was done by two doctors of a paper published by John Hopkins Center for a Livable Future in April of 2003. This study largely documents that meat of all types increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and people on vegetarian diets have a much less risk. The two doctor’s exam this detailed report and make suggestions for future testing. We need more tests like this but from truly unbiased scientists. Most tests today are paid for by meat & diary association to provide a favorable conclusion for them. We all remember the tobacco industry swearing nicotine was safe. They also did many tests that cited smoking as safe. We know better today. The rapid increase in cancer from smoking made it impossible to lie about the facts. I believe we are in another rapid increase of several diseases that are caused by the American Diet! At some time the pressure will be so great that the truth will be revealed. Lawyers will make a fortune suing the food industry and meat & diary industries for the suffering that has been caused. You are what you eat! The good news is you can change what you eat.