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More Apples A Day

8 posts in the feed.

"A health enthusiast striving to be the first human to live to be 150 with a complete health focused lifestyle. I will smash the age record and LIVE longer." -Peter Filak

  • Two Kinds of Clever
    Intelligence is not speed, but reflection. Reflection, because where is intelligence when hastily on foot in one direction—the wrong direction? What is around the corner will forever remain around the corner. Not to be seen. Not to be imagined. Not to be anything, for intimacy is of the moment. If in fear of what lies just [...] (...more)
    19 Apr 2014 at 6:19am       

  • Intelligence, a Change in Normality
    Maybe a big bang—likely never more than that ‘maybe’. Goo. Mindless prokaryotic goo. More goo. Membrane-bound goo. Critters. Monkeys. Cavemen. Bluetooth and cavities. In this order? Likely never to be known. What’s obvious is the complexity. The intricate jumps in mind as well as those only to be seen by the microscope that will never (...more)
    24 Mar 2014 at 1:51pm       

  • 100 Jobs
    We’re born into a world that doesn’t work—it’s natural harmony slapped too many times, and itself slapping back harder each and every time. How many babies are born each day? I do not know. How many individuals die each day? That I also do not know. But for every child born, we have this false [...] (...more)
    24 Mar 2014 at 11:22am       

  • Needle Phobia
    We are born as our natural selves. Not yet mindful. Not yet shaped. Not yet the beliefs, traditions, and ideals that allowed us to be. We are not afraid to discover new things because all is new. We find love everywhere despite not getting it everywhere, and we often crawl back for more, or the [...] (...more)
    3 Mar 2014 at 7:31am       

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  • Disease Proof

    20 posts in the feed.

    DiseaseProof is the official blog of Dr. Joel Fuhrman, MD and serves as a forum to promote discussion on diet, fitness, health and green living.

  • Eggs May Promote Colon Cancer
    Eggs, a concentrated source of cholesterol, have been linked to a variety of diseases including, heart disease, diabetes, and different types of cancer. In this article, learn what diseases and types of cancer eggs are most strongly associated with and why you should avoid or limit eating eggs for better health  (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 3:22pm       

  • Does Diet Influence Seasonal Allergies?
    Seasonal allergies affect the health and quality of life of millions of Americans. In this article, learn the factors that are positively and negatively associated with seasonal allergies and how a healthful diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and adequate amounts of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, can positively affect your body’s allergic (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 8:48am       

  • What are Probiotics?
    Research supports the role of our intestinal microflora in disease protection and prevention. Probiotics help to restore the natural balance of good bacteria in the intestinal tract. Read more at DrFuhrman.com. (...more)
    2 Apr 2014 at 3:05pm       

  • Whole Grains, Fiber, and Colon Cancer: Some Whole Grains are More Whole Than Others
    Those who eat more whole grains have a lower risk of colon cancer, and there are ways to eat your whole grains that are healthier than others. Read more at DrFuhrman.com. (...more)
    20 Mar 2014 at 12:25pm       

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  • NutritionFacts.org

    10 posts in the feed.

    NutritionalFacts.org is brought to you by the Jesse & Julie Rasch Foundation in partnership with Michael Greger, M.D. Dr. Greger who scours the world of nutrition-related research, as published in scientific journals, and brings that information to you in short, easy to understand video segments. We also provide links to the original journal articles whenever possible so that you can source the information directly, if you so desire.

  • Treating Menstrual Pain With Diet
    Almost half of menstruating women experience painful, crampy periods, also known as dysmenorrhea. According to Dr. Linda French from Michigan State University College of Medicine, “despite the substantial effect on quality of life and general well-being, few women seek treatment, thinking it won't help.” Treatments are available, though–modern (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Cayenne for Irritable Bowel
    Nearly 50 million Americans come down with food poisoning every year. Over a hundred thousand are hospitalized and thousands die every year just because of something they ate. If they had ordered something different on the menu or chosen something else at the grocery store, they or their loved one might be alive today. But… (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Natural Treatment for Cluster Headaches
    In a study “Secretion, Pain and Sneezing Induced by the Application of Capsaicin to the Nasal Mucosa in Man,” researchers found that if we cut a hot pepper and rub it inside our nostrils, our nose will start running, hurting, and we'll start sneezing (capsaicin is the burning component of hot peppers). Why would anyone… (...more)
    10 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Dr. Greger's New Nutrition DVD Now Available
    The newest volume of my Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD series is now out. Order on my website or through Amazon (all proceeds go to the 501c3 nonprofit charity that keeps NutritionFacts.org thriving). It can also be ordered as a video download. The current batch of videos from volume 17 on NutritionFacts.org just ran out,… (...more)
    8 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

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  • Forks Over Knives Blog

    10 posts in the feed.

    Article contributors to the Forks Over Knives blog include athletes, dietitians, medical doctors, chefs and personal stories from people who have reversed heart disease and other conditions.

  • Mexican Rice Soup
    To toast the rice, put the rice in a preheated pan on medium-high heat. Stir constantly until rice is light to dark brown in color, about 5 minutes. Mexican Rice Soup Serves 4-6 Ingredients: • 1 … (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 2:00am       

  • Together, We Lost 200 Pounds in 2 Years!
    I recently celebrated my two-year anniversary of being 100% plant based. My journey began in March of 2012. I was determined to lose weight and get healthy, so I began researching about nutrition and overall … (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 1:19pm       

  • Southwest Stew
    This chunky, satisfying stew is full of beans, greens, corn, mushrooms, bell pepper, and plenty of herbs and spices to please your taste buds and fill your belly. This recipe makes 12 cups of stew, perfect … (...more)
    31 Mar 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Plant-Based Diet Cleared My Husband's Arteries
    In the middle of March 2012, my husband Dale and I watched Forks Over Knives, and halfway through he said to me, “let's do this!” I was shocked, because he was a true meat eater … (...more)
    20 Mar 2014 at 10:55am       

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  • Vegan Muscle and Fitness

    10 posts in the feed.

    Marcella Torres and Derek Tresize write excellent articles featuring advice on vegan bodybuilding, fitness, and nutrition as well as their own training and competition experiences.

  • Bringing Up Baby…Vegan Style!
    Part TWO of my series on vegan pregnancy and raising vegan children is up at the website of our sponsor, Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness! This is fitting, because our little man just turned two. I am fortunate that I haven’t […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 12:17pm       

  • The Basic Requirements for Gaining Muscle
    Ever wonder if your mass-gaining plan is covering all the bases? There are a few basic necessities that anyone on any kind of diet (vegan or otherwise) needs to considering if gaining muscle is their goal. In my latest article […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    28 Feb 2014 at 4:15pm       

  • Vegan Pregnancy and Vegan Kids
      My long overdue article on vegan pregnancy and childhood is up! Building Vegan Bodies from Scratch: 3 Myths About Vegan Pregnancy and Raising Vegan Children Dispelled, Part 1 can be viewed at the website of our sponsor Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness: […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    25 Feb 2014 at 7:46pm       

  • Gluten-Free Fig Bar Muffins (with a PB&J variation)
    One morning we were out of oats and just about everything else that I could make breakfast out of. There was, however, half of a pre-baked sweet potato in the fridge and a frozen banana that I could defrost…and some […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    21 Feb 2014 at 1:23pm       

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  • No Meat Athlete

    10 posts in the feed.

    Vegan marathoner and ultra-runner Matt Frazier has found a vegan diet dramatically improved his performance. He shares his experience and enthusiasm for a plant based diet with tips and insight for any athlete.

  • 3 Painless Ways to Start Eating Right When Nothing Else Will Work
    You know what you’re supposed to eat. You don’t need another blog post telling you this food is good and that one is bad … those rules seem to change every day anyway. (Hint: “Eat whole foods” is one that’s a constant.) It’s not that you don’t want to eat healthy. You even understand that, Read more (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 8:13am       

  • 9 Ultra-Helpful Tips for Making the Leap from Marathoner to Ultrarunner
    Note from Matt:  Last year when I chose the course for my first 100-miler, one of the criteria I looked for was “fair.” I didn’t want the easiest, flattest course around, but at the same time, it is 100 miles, so why make it tougher than it needs to be?  Next month, Doug Hay will be Read more » (...more)
    4 Apr 2014 at 8:55am       

  • Introducing the No Meat Athlete Community Site (Plus a Handful of New Speaking Events)
    Last month, No Meat Athlete quietly turned five years old. I'd have loved to have planned a big hoopla giveaway extravaganza, but alas, I've been working on something better. In five years, we've done some pretty neat things, not the least of which are putting some 20,000 “Runs on Plants” shirts out into the world, a Read (...more)
    2 Apr 2014 at 6:31am       

  • Engine 2´s Rip Esselstyn on No Meat Athlete Radio
    You can’t get far into the plant-based world without hearing Rip Esselstyn’s name, and seeing the ubiquitous Engine 2 brand he’s created to help people eat Plant-Strong. Walk through any Whole Foods, and you’ll see Engine 2 foods everywhere. In those same Whole Foods stores and any Barnes and Noble, you’ll find Rip’s (...more)
    22 Mar 2014 at 7:14am       

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  • The Vegan RD

    10 posts in the feed.

    Ginny Kisch Messina is a registered dietitian who runs the blog, TheVeganRD.com - "Thoughts on being vegan, a dietitians perspective". Author of 'Vegan for Life!'.

  • Are Vegetarians Less Healthy than Meat-Eaters?
    “Vegetarians Found to Have More Cancer, Allergies, and Mental Health Disorders.” That's the alarming headline from a website called Science 2.0 (which also declares vegetarianism to be a “fad diet.”) They are referring to new research in Austrian vegetarians published in the journal PLoS One. The study compared self-reported health among 1,320 (...more)
    3 Apr 2014 at 4:54pm       

  • Keeping Vegan Diets Healthy and Fabulous
    I've eaten a lot of truly exceptional vegan meals in my life. But I have absolutely no trouble recalling the single best meal I ever had (truly the single best one!). Prepared in an ancient restaurant in a little town on the island of Sicily, it was a big bowl of chickpeas that had simmered [...] (...more)
    19 Mar 2014 at 12:33pm       

  • Don't Think Twice About Going Vegan
    A number of readers have asked if I'd respond to the article Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets, by Chris Kresser. Kresser is a licensed acupuncturist who writes frequently about diet. And since I would never go around poking needles into people, I wish he would return the favor and stop [...] (...more)
    6 Mar 2014 at 8:29am       

  • Grains in Vegan Diets: No, They Won't Make You Fat or Sick
    With the exception of some raw foods vegans, almost all of the vegans I know eat grains. If any of the fear mongering around these foods has any basis, it's a wonder we're all still alive and that many of us are thriving. At the center of the anti-grain campaign is Dr. William Davis, author [...] (...more)
    26 Feb 2014 at 11:39am       

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  • Plant Positive

    10 posts in the feed.

    Making the Case for Plant-Based Nutrition

  • Recent Articles by Drs. Chowdhury and DiNicolantonio
    March 23, 2014 I’ve been asked by viewers to comment on a couple recently published journal articles which have received undeserved attention from the media. These articles are a major meta-analysis examining associations between dietary and circulating fatty acids with coronary disease (Chowdhury, 2014) and yet another editorial (...more)
    22 Mar 2014 at 9:53pm       

  • Watching Dr. Oz May Be Hazardous to Your Health
    A friend contacted me this week to report that Mehmet Oz used his show to promote dangerous claims about cholesterol and heart disease. His guests were two long-time low-carb promoters, Johnny Bowden and Stephen Sinatra.    Both of them make a living by selling questionable supplements and deceptive (...more)
    26 Jan 2013 at 7:32am       

  • Another Devastating Blow to the Cholesterol Deniers
    A new study powerfully validates important points I repeatedly asserted in my cholesterol videos - heart disease risk is strongly mediated by lifetime cholesterol levels (rather than end-of-life levels) and LDL in particular is a key causal factor in heart disease. This elegant research by Dr Brian Ference of Wayne State University also further damages (...more)
    11 Apr 2012 at 6:42am       

  • A Quick Note on Cancer, Cholesterol, and Reverse Causation
    If you have watched my video addressing the relationship between cholesterol and cancer, you know that I have attributed any observations of low cholesterol among cancer patients to reverse causation. In apparent contradiction of this view are the recently announced results of a study lead by Dr Paul Lavigne which calls into doubt the reverse (...more)
    1 Apr 2012 at 7:20am       

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  • Jack Norris RD

    10 posts in the feed.

    Jack Norris, Registered Dietitian, blogs about vegan health an nutrition.

  • Response to Chris Kesser's “Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets”
    Chris Kesser is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of integrative medicine who promotes animal products as a way to optimal health. Kesser recently wrote an article where he expresses his concern for the health of those considering vegetarianism: Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets. I don’t think it is a terrible (...more)
    27 Feb 2014 at 10:04pm       

  • Vitamin K2 and Diabetes
    Summary In the one study to date that has examined the intake of vitamin K2 and incidence of type 2 diabetes, a weak association was found for vitamin K2 being protective. In doing my final search for studies on vitamin K2 and cardiovascular disease (CVD), I came across one on type 2 diabetes (1). Since […] (...more)
    21 Feb 2014 at 12:58pm       

  • Vitamin K2 and Stroke
    Summary In the one study to date that has examined the intake of vitamin K2 and incidence of stroke, no association was found. I was getting ready to publish my conclusions regarding vitamin K2 and cardiovascular disease and decided to check PubMed one last time to make sure nothing had come out recently. Sure enough, […] (...more)
    20 Feb 2014 at 5:37pm       

  • Low Carb, Eco-Atkins Diet after 6 Months
    Summary Eco-Atkins is a vegan, low-carbohydrate diet. After 6 months on the diet, people lost 15 lbs and LDL cholesterol levels went from 174 to 157 mg/dl. Compliance was not high. In 2009, a 4-week clinical trial putting overweight people on a low-carbohydrate vegan diet, known as the Eco-Atkins, was released. I mentioned it in […] (...more)
    14 Feb 2014 at 6:19pm       

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  • PaleoVeganology

    100 posts in the feed.

    This blog focuses "on issues related to both veganism and paleontology, my two biggest passions; I live by one and am working towards a master's degree in the other. It may seem a strange combination, but hopefully you'll come to see otherwise by reading this humble blog. In my mind, both subjects converge in their connection to issues of climate change, evolution, human health, and H. sapiens' impact and place in the web of life. I think you'll find that using those two concepts -- veganism and paleontology -- as lenses can be the key to a wide range of interesting and vitally important subjects; hence, the title of this blog.

  • Cannibalism: Another Missing Link In The Paleo Diet
    Look, there's Science!TM to back up my month of cannibalism: Homo habilis used stone tools to de-flesh one another's skulls. So did archaic Homo sapiens. And there's lots more right here. There are some pretty good, if imprecise, recipes available with a quick Google search, too. Though I'd appreciate some reader recipes, (...more)
    16 Mar 2013 at 5:12pm       

  • Cannibal For A Month
    In honor of Alex Jamieson's recent conversion, I have decided to listen to my body, too. Starting tomorrow, I will be cannibal for a month. I mean, I appreciate the compassionate motives of all those wonderful people in the world who just can't bring themselves to eat other people. But I can't live a lie anymore. I've craved this for years. (...more)
    9 Mar 2013 at 2:48pm       

  • Farewell, Anonymi
    In an attempt to cut down on the number of Anonymi posting here, I have changed the comments settings to require a registered Google or OpenID avatar. I know it's not foolproof, but I want to hold people to a modicum of accountability for their comments. (...more)
    3 Mar 2013 at 3:54pm       

  • Paleo Parasite Profile 1: Giardia lamblia
    It's been nearly a year now, so I'm no longer sure whether it was Plant Positive or me who first brought to light the connection between parasitic infection and low lipid profiles in primitive human populations (I mentioned it briefly in my post about grain blamers). But if there was ever a contest between us, he won it last week by posting an excellent (...more)
    1 Jan 2013 at 5:35pm       

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