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News

(Good) Multivitamins Linked to Younger Biological Age

March 04, 2015

Recent research positively links multivitamin intake with a younger biological age.  Here's a brief excerpt from the article and link to the full article.  As you may have noticed, I added (Good) in front meaning a multi of good quality from a reputable manufacturer who test their raw ingredients and products (which precludes any products from the major box stores). "New research shows the cells of multivitamin users may have a younger biological age than cells from non-users.Researchers led by Honglei Chen, M.D., Ph.D. from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, a division of the National Institutes of Health, looked at the length of telomeres, DNA sequences at the end of chromosomes that shorten as cells replicate and age....

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Government Now Says Dietary Cholesterol OK

February 25, 2015

I just read several articles that report that dietary cholesterol is no longer a "dangerous food"!  For the past 50 years, cholesterol has been touted as a "grave health hazard".  However, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for America has removed cholesterol as a food to avoid.  In fact, research has not found a correlation between high dietary cholesterol and heart disease. Other research has shown that not only is dietary cholesterol not a cause of heart disease but essential to good health including it's role in vitamin D production. It may turn out that the original guidelines on low (good) fat and low cholesterol intake may have been the biggest contribution our current obesity epidemic.  As it turns out, trans fat...

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