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January 2005 Archives

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Answers for Arthritis

Are you troubled by osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis? Or have a relative or friend who has arthritis? If so, you may be wondering how to control the condition, especially since Vioxx and other pain-killers have come under scrutiny for their undesirable side effects. We recommend that you to review our discussions of Arthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Not only do we give you all the details about the disorders, but we also give you a list...

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Excessive Carbohydrates Lead to Alzheimers

A recently published, rather provocative study has suggested Alzheimer's disease may be caused in part by excessive consumption of refined carbohydrates. Refined carbohydrates are the starches and sugars you find in most processed foods that you eat every day. Refined carbohydrates may lead to Alzheimer's in two ways. First, they appear to alter fat metabolism within the central nervous system, which inhibits some functions of cell membranes. Second, they stimulate prolonged and excessive insulin...

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Study Blames Corn Syrup for Rise of Diabetes

Corn syrup and other refined foods may be partly responsible for the huge increase in type 2 diabetes in the U.S. over the past few decades. A study of nearly 100 years of data on what Americans eat show a huge increase in processed carbohydrates, especially corn syrup, and a large drop in the amount of fiber from whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Starting in 1980, people started consuming steadily more calories, with an...

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