Medical Articles Of Interest For May 2017

HRT Linked to Women’s Hearing Loss

Common Medications for PTSD Tied to Increased Dementia Risk

Walking Linked to Improved Cognitive Function

Combination of Strength, Aerobic Training Found Best for Obese Elderly

Chondroitin Sulfate ‘Helps Knee Osteoarthritis’

ChondroCare® Advanced Joint Support* – Metagenics’ supplement

How Diet Influences Anxiety

Just a Week of NSAID Use Tied to Increased Heart Attack Risk

No one has ever had pain because of an aspirin deficiency.” This means that taking a drug for your pain NEVER gets to the root cause of your pain. You can have pain from a bone not moving properly, a weak or tight muscle, a nutritional deficiency or from a disease or pathological condition…but never from an “Advil, Motrin or Celebrex deficiency. On a positive note: There are proven, natural methods to relieve pain such as: Applied Kinesiology. Chiropractic and NKT.

Evidence that supports the prescription of low-carbohydrate high-fat diets: a narrative review

Low-carbohydrate high-fat (LCHF) diets are at least as effective as other dietary strategies for reducing body weight, with the additional advantage of increased satiety and spontaneous reduction in energy intake. LCHF diets are an effective dietary strategy to improve glycaemic control and reduce hyperinsulinaemia in type 2 diabetes mellitus and in otherwise healthy patients with insulin resistance. LCHF diets have unique effects on blood lipid concentrations and cardiovascular risk factors, characterised by decreased blood TG, ApoB and saturated fat concentrations, reduced small LDL particle numbers and increased HDL-C concentrations. The effect on LDL-C concentrations is variable.

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