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1.6 Million Heart Disease Deaths Every Year Caused by Eating Too Much Salt

1.6 Million Heart Disease Deaths Every Year Caused by Eating Too Much Salt
“For some reason, sodium has never resonated with the public in the way that other nutrition issues have, such as sugar, carbs, fat, and even the new fad of avoiding gluten with no medical necessity,” she said. Palmer said the main problem is not table …
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8 great summer foods that are good for you
They contain two potent antioxidants that fight cancer and heart disease: quercetin and anthocyanins. They also contain naturally occurring melatonin, a supplement famous for its sleep inducing-qualities. However, foods that contain melatonin might …
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12 surprising reasons you can't lose weight
You might think eating mini meals every 2 to 3 hours will help stabilize your blood sugar and prevent you from overeating, but it can actually drive your insulin up so you can't access stored fat for fuel, Virgin said. If you eat a combination of lean …
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New Concerns Over Eating Too Much Sugar

New Concerns Over Eating Too Much Sugar
The manufacturers of Eludril mouthwash and Elgydium toothpaste have welcomed the new Action on Sugar campaign by highlighting the link between excessive sugar consumption and gum disease, which can in turn lead to more serious medical conditions.
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Sweet enough? Separating fact from fiction in the sugar debate
A recent report in the UK press suggests that the WHO is considering halving its recommended maximum intake of free sugars to 5% of total energy. This is based on recent evidence that, it is claimed, implicates sugars in the onset of heart disease and …
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Too many hands in the sugar bowl
Chan and her colleagues could be right, and the discovery of a causal link between excess sugar and Type 2 diabetes as strong as that between smoking, cancer and heart disease may be just around the corner. A reasonable person, however, looking at the …
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