Tag Archives: heart disease

“FDA Bans Hydrogenated Trans Fats”

Updated: 14 Nov 2018, Marc Woodard In order to understand how unhealthy Trans Fats are it is necessary to first define and relate to them and how this unhealthy fat got into our food in the first place. And why the FDA agrees it’s not fit for human consumption. Hydrogenated Trans fats were invented in the 1890s. What took the FDA so long to put a ban on the hydrogenation of vegetable oils?And even with a ban does this keep Trans Fats out of our diet? (more…)

Pill Extends Life to 100 Years and Beyond

Last Updated: 23 May 2018, Marc Woodard A substance taken as a pill has been studied over the last decade now shows further promise of extending life well over the centurion mark.  Whereas the average life span could exceed 100 years of age. “That would be something considering the average life span today is 79.” This doesn’t seem so impossible to believe simply based on the fact the oldest living person recorded to date was Jeanne Calment who lived 122 years and 164 days . Forever ageless like Face (more…)

3 Connected Diseases – Diabetes, Gout and Kidney Disease

Do What it Takes to Keep Parents Healthy These 3 diseases (diabetes, gout and kidney disease) have three things in common that makes it more likely for one to experience them at the same time.  And those common denominators are bad diet, lack of exercise and poor blood circulation.  An interesting aspect to this 3-way disease connection; studies show if you have high uric acid concentrations in the blood you are more likely to experience (more…)