Fats

 
  Climate Engineering Contamination: Staying Healthy in a World That Isn’t  

Climate Engineering Contamination: Staying Healthy in a World That Isn’t
How does one retain some semblance of health while existing in a world that has become alarmingly toxic and increasingly incompatible to life as a whole?

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  Reverse the effects of a fatty diet with fish oil supplements  

Reverse the effects of a fatty diet with fish oil supplements
Fish oil has been held in high regard for its myriad of health benefits for a number of years now. Hearing it is good for youis really no surprise, but we are really just beginning to understand how beneficial it truly is.

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  A Key Healthy Saturated Fat and Lipid Regulator  

A Key Healthy Saturated Fat and Lipid Regulator
Emerging science reveals palmitoleic acid’s role as a key regulator of fats in the body

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  vegetable-oils  

Vegetable oils cause cancer, heart disease, diabetes and more: Use these healthy alternatives instead
Vegetables oils have been heralded as a healthy alternative to using normal fat when cooking. However, it turns out that vegetable oils are not all they're cracked up to be when it comes down to it. We've all been told, even by government and medical associations, to use more vegetable seed and bean oils, such as soybean, corn, safflower and canola.

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Are We Coming Closer to Eating the Holy Grail of Anti-Aging?
In the late 1940s, Denham Harman PhD, an accomplished chemist, became so fascinated with the idea of finding a cure to ageing that he decided to go back to school and study medicine. In 1953, while still an intern at Berkeley in California, he proposed a radical new theory called the 'the free radical theory of ageing'. In this theory, he declared that ageing is caused by reactive oxygen species accumulating within cells. Denham then noticed that it wasn't simply the accumulation of reactive oxygen species that affected lifespan, but the damage these reactive oxygen species were inflicting on mitochondria. So, he modified his theory and gave it a new name: 'the mitochondrial theory of ageing'. Harman changed the course of anti-ageing research forever.

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Why Trans Fat is So Bad, and What Is It Anyway?

We have been indoctrinated about fats for decades. Starting in the 1950's, we were inundated with ads about how bad saturated fat is. We were, and still are, advised by our doctors to avoid butter and use margarine, or better yet, avoid fats altogether. Fairly recently, conflicting information has been coming out. Polyunsaturated fat is good...no, it's bad. Monounsaturated fat is good. Fat that's solid at room temperature is bad. No, coconut oil is good... and so forth. So, what is the truth?

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Top Ten Natural Therapies That Burn Fat

Obesity and weight loss have become major issues again. This time, the focus is more on health than appearance. The weight loss era of fad diets encouraging artificial sweeteners and margarine while discouraging healthy fats is dwindling.

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Lifting the lid on edible fat fallacies

Doesn’t it seem odd that many of the fats predominant in a traditional or even hunter-gatherer diet are now touted by conventional medicine and dietetics as unhealthy? Naturally-occurring, stable, saturated fats from animals and some plants,that we've evolved with for hundreds of thousands of years, now come with a health warning. But new-to-nature, highly processed, easily oxidised polyunsaturated vegetable oils that have been part of the human food supply for a fraction of that time are touted as the holy grail of fats. These modern, refined, chemically extracted and heat-treated oils were unavailable to our ancestors and when you read on you'll realise that nature knows what it's doing and it's not the animal fats that should be carrying the health warning.

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