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Tag Archives: blood pressure
A Revolutionary Researcher; Will She Drive Your Next Cab?
You may think this is a silly title but it is for real. In a recent blog discussion, the following was posted about scientific research: “a revolutionary new scientific breakthrough that will provide the world with a cheap abundant source … Continue reading
Posted in Big Pharma, Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged academic journals, academic publishing, academic research, blood pressure, clinical trials, dietary sodium, electrolyte, junk science, Lancet, Nobel Laureate, Nobel Prize, placebo, predatory journals, publishing, Randy Schekman, research, salt, Science, sodium, sugar pill, top journals, top papers, water pill, wheat pill 4 Comments
Migraine Prodromes! You Think You Know Everything! Do You?
PRESS RELEASE My latest academic journal article is published (pre-pub status). It defines what prodromes mean to migraines. In general academic literature, prior to my publication, prodromes simply precede migraines but for no apparent reason. The only exception is aura migraine … Continue reading
Published: Are Statistics Misleading Sodium Reduction Benefits?
Salt Increases BP? Really? So does when I am hungry, or angry, or forgot to take a deep breath! My article (only a one-pager) on blood pressure and salt is finally out in print in a medical academic journal (abstract, entire … Continue reading
Posted in Healthcare, Must Read, Press Release, Thoughts Tagged bad research, bad study, blood pressure, BP, clinical trials, decrease, increase, research, salt, sodium, statistics 5 Comments
Salt and BP; Are Studies Using Statistics Right?
No they are not! And here is why. Some of you may be concerned about salt increase in your diet because you have heard about the increase of BP. I decided to do a literature research on that and have … Continue reading
Posted in Big Pharma, Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged bad statistics, blood pressure, BP, cholesterol, increase, salt, sodium, statistics, triglycerides 6 Comments
Banana Detox? Oh My! Run That By Me Again Please!
Recently I see “banana detox” ads going around on Facebook and elsewhere! Before you believe this and go after doing something like this, you need to know the following important fact: Your body already has a detox machine. It is … Continue reading
Posted in Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged alcohol, bad, banana, blood pressure, BP, cholesterol, detox, ethanol, fat, fatty liver disease, fructose, glucose, good, hypertension, insulin, juicing, LDL, liver, potassium, scam, seizures, sugar crash, triglyceride 9 Comments
Neurogenesis: Change Your Destiny in Life
I just watched part of a TV program titled Brain Change on the local public TV station and while I only had the chance to watch 10 minutes, in that 10 minutes I learned 2 very important things that may … Continue reading
Posted in Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged blood pressure, cholesterol, demetia, diabetes, diabetes 2, electrolyte, epigenesis, epigenetics, fats, genetics, health, hypertension, neurogenesis, salt, water 6 Comments
All You Never Thought Sugar & Sugar Substitutes Would Do
Press Release I wrote an article about the perils of sugar and sugar substitutes that you can read at HormoneMatter all about. In this article I explain what you never wanted to hear: how sugar and sugar substitutes are killing … Continue reading
Are We Scared of Salt?
New article on salt is out! Why Are We So Scared of Salt? Over the past several decades, the general consensus of health professionals has been to recommend that all people lower their salt intake. Without the recognition of the … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged blood pressure, cholesterol, heart, heart disease, heart health, hypertension, LDL, migraine, salt, sodium, sugar, triglycerides 4 Comments
Act Now! FDA Comment Period on Dietary Sodium!
The FDA is Doing it Again! As if they had nothing better to do, now it is dietary sodium decrease… again! After hundreds of academic articles show that the more dietary salt we consume, the healthier we are, they want … Continue reading →