Weight Loss Don T Eat More Than You Can Lift

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Weight loss and weight-lifting: When I determined that I would write this weight loss article, I figured I wouldn’t turn to “experts”, doctors or classical philosophers. So, I turned to that veritable sage of expert insight and real-life savvy…Miss Piggy. Her “weight loss” counsel? “Never Eat More Than You Can Lift.” I am not a […]


Health Medicine And Glyconutrition The Future Isn T What It Used To Be

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This is what they call “Hope”? We’ve all gotten used to the idea that certain maladies will be around for a while…like until the Second Coming. Maladies such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis…and many more are expected to be around, in epidemic proportions, longer than we think we will be alive…and anyone who tries […]


Diabetes The 132 Billion Dollar Pandemic

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You know, it’s not everyday a fellow like me gets to announce a major paradigm shift, much less concerning diabetes …or any other medical condition. You don’t know what a paradigm shift is? Well, if I mentioned events and names like: Gutenberg, Copernicus, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Louis Pasteur, and Werner von Braun …you would […]


Cancer Are You A Believer

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First, we must settle one of two issues before you continue reading this article. The first issue is straight forward, a “direct-punch-to-the-nose” kind of a question: Do you believe cancer is “beatable?” I don’t mean, “Sometime in the future…” I think everyone believes “some day”, “somewhere”, “someone” will discover the cure. Nor do I mean […]


Glyconutrition All Eyes On Newton

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Glyconutrition and the silence in Parliament: Sir Isaac Newton is not generally associated with medicine and biology, much less glyconutrition. Newton lived 1642– 1727, a period now referred to as the Age of Newton. However, you don’t get an entire age named after you unless you have done something spectacular…like inventing the calculus…or discovering the […]